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Rohrbach, Dr Paul, Die Bagdad.

bahn,' extract from, 411, 428.
Rumania, German Penetration

in, 387-decline of Turkish domi.
nation, 388-influence of French
civilisation, 388, 408-policy of
Germany, 390-administration of
Prince Carol, 391 - organisation
of the army, ib.-construction of
railways, 392, 394 — import of
English goods, 393-financial help
from Germany, 394-398—result of
a policy of extravagant construc-
tion, 395--amount of the debt, 396—
number of banks, 397—torpidity of
British traders, 398—-imports from
Germany, 399 - establishment of
industries, 400-oil-industry, 401-
404---shipping, 404—work of Ger-
man diplomatists, 405-invasion of
workmen, ib. - influence of the
schools, 406--the clubs, 407-bor-
rowed vices, ib. — relations with
the Germans, 408—the · Junimea,'
409-development of Deutschtum,
ib.

the monarchy, ib.-his title of the
first-crowned king,' 495—the reigos
of Stephen Urosh I, 496—Stephen
Urosh II, 497-Stephen Urosh III.
498—Stephen Dushan, ib.-crowned
at Skopje, 499-extension of his
dominions, 500—his Code of law,
ib.-power of the magnates, 501–
advantages of a coast line, ib.-
collapse of his empire, 502—dispute
in the succession, ib. Stephen
Urosh V, 503—battle of Kossovo,
504-Stephen Lazarevich. Despot,'

505—George Brankovich, 506.
Sifton, Sir Clifford, on Imperial

policy, 275.
Singer, Charles, “The Early Treat-

ment of Gunshot Wounds,' 452.
Small-holding system, policy of ex-

tending, 136. See Land.
Soldiers and Sailors on the Land,

135. See Land.
Somme, battle of the, 243.
Spithead, naval reviews at, sound of

the guns, 217.
Steed, Wickham, Hapsburg Mon-

archy,' extract from, 477.
Szold, Henrietta, 'Recent Jewish

Progress in Palestine,' 426 note.

Rumania, intervention in the war,

582-plan of operations, 583. See
War.

Russia, military operations in Ar-

menia, 229–Mesopotamia, 230—
Volhynia, 240—Bukowina, 242.

S.

T.

Sailors and Soldiers on the Land, Townshend, General, his surrender
135. See Land,

of Kut, 232-statement of his

views, 233-235—relations with
Saint-Marc Girardin, 'Souvenirs de General Nixon, 235.
Voyages et d'études,' extract from,

Trade and Industry, English and
407.

German Banking, in Relation
Schliemann, Dr, result of his exca-

to, 532. See Banking.
vations at Troy, 1.

Trade and Manufactures, British

433. See British.
Scott, Sir Walter, his introduction

to Mrs Hughes, 549, 555-corre Trade Unions and Associations of
spondence with her, 555—illness, Employers, relations between, 310-
561-death, 562-anecdotes of, ib. 313.
--Sketch of Abbotsford, 563.

Treitschke, The Political Philo-
Serbian Empire, The Mediæval, sophy of, 176-character of his

488-history, 489_territory, 490— teaching, ib.--translations of bis
name, ib.-three sections, 491– lectures, 177-criticisms of Mr
first war with the Bulgarians, ib. Balfour, ib.-conception of the
-destruction of the Bulgarian State and Society, 178–180, 193–
Empire by the Byzantine Emperor, two cbaracteristics, 181—the Ro
492-emancipation of the Serbs, man Empire, ib.-Judea, 182–
493 -- their characteristics, 494— ancient Greece, ib.-Italy under
Stephen Nemanja, the founder of Machiavelli, 183–essence of the

State is Power, 183, 191-193-in-
version of the moral law of love,
184—influence of culture, 185–
doctrine of a 'general craving,'
186—provincialism, 187—achieve-
ment of unity by force, ib.-anti-
pathy to Prussia, 188—appointed
Professor of History in the Uni-
versity of Berlin, ib.-acceptance
by Germany of the first half of his
doctrine, 189-definition of the
term patriotism, 191-character of
his logic, 193-moral World-State,
ib.

War, The, and Congress, 196. See

Congress.
War, The Course of the, on Land,

228—result of the Military Service
Act, 229–Russo-Turkish campaign
in Armenia, ib.-operations in
Mesopotamia, 230, 235-surrender
of Kut, 231-235—Arab rising in
the Yemen, 235-military opera-
tions on the Western front, 236-
239-on the Austro-Italian frontier,
239—Russian plan of operations in
Volhynia, 240-242—in the Buko-
wina, 242-battle of the Somme,
243.

Trojan War, The, 1-excavations

of Dr Schliemann, ib.-Dr Dörp.
feld, 2—Sir A. Evans, ib.-basis of
the theme of the Iliad in history,
3-features of the landscape, 4-6—
ruins of the fortress, 6—the Scæan
Gate, 6–8—worship of Athene, 8–
geography of the Troad, 10-13-
necessity of Euxine trade to Greece,
11, 19—the Achæans, 13-identifi-
cation of Ithaca with Leucas, 15—
test of probability, 16—compared
with the cycle of Merovingian
poetry, 17-the Troes, ib.—the
Dardanians, 18—Greek names of
rulers, ib.--the Attic Poseidon, 19.

War, The Course of the, 565—re-

sult of the closer accord between
the Allies, ib.-attacks at Verdun,
566-operations on the Somme,
566-573-improvement in tactical
methods, 573-need to destroy the
military spirit of the hostile nation,
574-rapidity of the Allies' pro-
gress, ib, weakening of the
enemy forces, 575–exhaustion of
the trained reserves, ib.-opera-
tions on the Eastern front, 576-580
--the Italian frontier, 580-inter-
vention of Rumania, 582–plan of
operations, 583—hostile reinforce-
ments into Transylvania, 584-586 —
invasion of the Dobrudja, 586-588
-operations at Salonika, 588.

U.

United States, industrial operations,

434-organisation, 445.

V.

Verdun, battle of, 236, 243.
Vesale, André, 'De humani corporis

fabrica,' 460.
Victoria, Queen, sound of the guns

at her funeral, 218, 224-her rela-

tions with Lord Beaconsfield, 527.
Vigo, Giovanni de, “Practica in arte

chirurgia copiosa,' 457-treatment

of gunshot wounds, 458.
Voelcher, Dr J. A., “Report on the

Improvement of Indian Agri-
culture,' 348.

War, The Trojan, 1. See Trojan.
Waugh, Arthur, The New Poetry,'

365.
Wilhelmshaven naval base, 92, 318.
Wilkinson, W., 'An Account of the

Principalities of Wallachia and

Moldavia,' extract from, 389, 393.
Willyams, Mrs Brydges, her friend-

ship with Lord Beaconsfield, 525.
Wilson, President, his neutrality

proclamation, 196-explanation of

his policy, 210-212.
Wind, anomalies in the transmission

of sound by the, 219-an important
factor, 222-variations in the ve-
locity, 223-225.

Wirtz, Felix, his treatment of gun-

shot wounds, 466.

W.

Walpole, Stephen, “History of Eng.

land from 1815 to 1880,' 481.

Wise, B. R., The Making of the

Australian Commonwealth,' 274
note,

views on perseverance and hope i

the war, 132, 133.
Worsfold, W. Basil, “The Empire so

the Anvil,' 266 et seq.

Y.

Wordsworth, A New Life of, 116

-works on, 116, 129-style of G. M.
Harper's Life, 117 et seq.-revision
of his poem “The Prelude,' 118–
allusions to angels, 119-sonnet
• Retirement,' ib.-letters from
France, 120-convictions on the
essential qualities of the human
spirit, 121~political views, 122–
views on the French Revolution,
123—prose writings, ib.-sympathy
with the poor, 124– The Happy
Warrior,' 125, 133-struggle of his
feelings between 1793–1795.. 126-
129-sonnet ‘Fair Star of Evening,'
128_character of his patriotic
poetry, 129-131-pamphlet on the
Convention of Cintra, 131, 133—

Yuan Shih-kai, organiser of the Pro

visional Republican Government.
157-elected President, 158, 161–
measures, 160. See Chinese,

Z.

* Zionism and the Jewish Future.

426 note.

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