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Mahan, Captain, “Influence of Sea.

power upon History,' 324.
Malouel, Jean, court-painter to the

Duke of Burgundy, 586.
Maspero, G., *Histoire de l'Orient

Classique,' 56 — on the Egyptian

religion, 70.
Maurer, Konrad von, his study of

Anglo-Saxon law, 146.
Merz, John Theodore, “History of

European Thought in the Nine-

teenth Century,' 78. See Thought.
Meshtshersky, Prince, editor of the

Grashdanin,' 190-political views,
ib.-influence on Nicholas II, 190,

Middle Ages, French Painting in

the, 576. See Painting.
Militia and Volunteers, 309-ap-

pointment of a Royal Commission,
ib.-terms of the warrant, 310—
report, 311-319-on the training of
the Militia, 313 — the Volunteer
force, ib.-proposals for its im-
provement, 315-317—on the value
of the force, 317–principles to be
adopted, 319 – protection by the
navy, 320 possible invasion of
Great Britain, 321-323—need for
the existence of a sufficient military
force, 323-training of the volun-
teer, 324-discontent of the officers,
325-adoption of the principle of

universal service, 326.
Milner, Lord, 'England in Egypt,'

Mitchell, John, Organised Labor,'

Moore, Rev. Edward, 'Studies in

Dante,' 359, 361.
Mosso, Prof. A., Fatigue,' 556.
Mozley, J. R., ‘European Thought in

the Nineteenth Century,' 76.
Muravieff, M., Minister of Justice,

Muscular exhaustion, 558. See


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Nineteenth century, European

Thought in the, 76. See Thought.
Noack, Dr Ferdinand, Homeric

Palaces,' 377.
Novelists, infiuence of their writings,


Okapi, discovery of the, 465, 474.
Oro, Castilla del, or the Isthmus of

Panama, 330.
Orr, Robert Low, The Free Church

of Scotland Appeals,' edited by,

Osborn, Prof. H. F., “The Law of

Adaptive Radiation,' 436.

Painting, French, in the Middle

Ages, 576-result of the exhibition
at Bruges, ib. -- want of homo-
geneity, 377, 580 – creation of
schools, 578—various painters, 579
--fresco and wall decoration, ib.-
influence of Italy, 581–Parement
de Narbonne,' 582_influence of
Teutonic artists, 582, 595 — the
Breviary of Belleville, 583_Jean
Bandol's picture, the ‘Bible His-
toriale,' ib.-his series of tapestries
at Angers Cathedral, 581-Claus
Sluter, 585 - Broederlam's altar
piece, ib. — Jean Malouel, 586–
André Beauneveu, ib.-rerolution
in the art, 588-Pol de Limbourg,
590-Hennequin, 591_Jean Fou-
quet, 592-influence of the van
Eycks, 592, 595—the Liechtenstein
portrait, 593-picture of the An-
nunciation from Aix, ib. - Jean
Bourdichon, 594-Maître de Mou-
lins, 595-van der Weyden, ib.-
Jean Perréal, 596 — Enguerrand
Charenton, 597—Nicholas Fromeni,

Panama Canal, The, and Mari.

time Commerce, 329-population
of the Isthmus, 330--area, ib.,the
Lesseps scheme, 331-formation of
the “Compagnie Nouvelle,' 332-
Hay-Pauncefote Convention, 333,
338-Isthmian Canal Commission
appointed, ib.-report of 1901 ; 334
-of 1902; 335—the Hay-Harran
Treaty, ib. --recognition of the Re.
public, 336 Hay.Bunau Varilla
Treaty, ib.-construction of the
Canal, 337-cost, ib.-method and
cost of administration, 339—length
of the route, 341-compared with
the Nicaraguan route, ib. -position,

Netherlands, exhibition of the Primi-

tives at Bruges, 576.
New Zealand, trade with north-

western Europe, 348-character of

the coal deposits, 356.
Nicaragua Canal, 332, 340-cost of

construction, 334-length of the
route, 341-compared with the
Panama route, ib.--estimate of the

tonnage, 346.
Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, 180.

See Tsar.
Nile river, irrigation of the, 537.

tonomy of Galicia, 413-political
parties, 415-418-the Philaretes,
417 — hatred of Russia and Ger-

many, 418,
Presidential Election in the

United States, The Coming, 423.

See United States.
Pringle-Pattison, A. S., The Life

and Philosophy of Herbert Spencer,'



ib.-difficulties of navigating, 342

-trade, ib.-development of South
America, 343-distances on the
principal trade routes, 344-346
influence on trade, 346—tonnage of
vessels, 347-amount of tolls, 349–
estimate of the value of South
American trade traffic, 349-352-
estimate of cargo tons, 352—sailing
vessels, 353

average length of
voyages, 354-depôts of coal, 355-
disadvantages to British shipping,

356-employment of steamers, 357.
Paris, Gaston, A Great French

Scholar, 101-characteristics, 101,
104, 112-studies, 102--his father,
103~-his study of the history of
Old French literature, 104-107-a
humanist, 106—his genius as
critic of literature, 107--preface to
the ‘History of French Literature,'
107-109-instinctive clearness, 109

-literary judgment, ib.-character
of his essays, 110—' Villon,' 111-
personal influence, ib.-papers com-
posed during the Franco-Prussian

War, 112.
Paris, Paulin, character of his writ-

ings, 103.
Parker, Mr, his nomination to the

Presidency, 494, 521-policy, 494,

Pater, Walter, on Wordsworth's

poetry, 363.
Pernier, Dr L., Monumenti Antichi,'

375, 382.
Persia, policy of England in, 216, 218

- ascendency of Russia, 217.
Petrie, W. M. Flinders, his ‘History

of Egypt,' 52, 53, 57, 60.
Philippine Islands, administration of,

495, 522.
Plehve, M. de, bis character, 186—

measures, 189, 193.
Pobedonostseff, M., his influence on

Nicholas II, 189, 205.
Polish Nation, The, 396—partition,

397-patriotism, 398—characteris.
tics of the people, 398, 409--insur-
rections, 400—repressive measures
of Russia, 400, 402—prohibition of
the language, 400, 403-religion,
401, 403--the southern provinces,
402-Ruthenian Church, 404_work
of Siemaszko, ib.--- feeling of Nicho.
las II towards the Poles, 406-exile
of Zwierowicz, 407--spirit of the
Russian officials in their dealings
with the Poles, 407-409----popula-
tion, 409--the Poles in East Prussia
and Posen, 410-413 - repressive
measures of the Germans, 412-
the Wreschen trials, 412, 418-au-
Vol. 200.-- No. 400.

• Recreation,' meaning of the term,

Religious Poetry of the Seven-

teenth Century, 437. See Tra-

Réquin, Abbé, his article in “La

Revue de l'Art,' 579, 597, note.
Ridley, Colonel C. P., on the Volun-

teer force, 325.
Robertson, Lord, on the property of

the Free Church, 647.
Roosevelt, President, his views on

foreign policy, 497---on reciprocity,
504—his personality, 517-methods
and policy, 518-on the Filipinos,

Royal Society, committee of enquiry

on the sleeping sickness, 115.
Royle, Charles, •Egyptian Cam-

paigns,' 548.
Russia, need for a strong monarchy,

183--commission of enquiry into
the condition of the agricultural
classes, 187-relations with Afghan-
istan, 214-Persia, 216--Tibet, 220
-occupies the Island of Saghalien,
291-partition of Poland, 327-re-
pressive measures, 400 et seq.


Sainte-Beuve, the greatest of literary

historians, 8.
Saintsbury, George, “Short History

of English Literature.' 2+28.
Sänger, M., Minister of Public In-

struction, 193.
Sayce, A. H., The Religions of

Ancient Egypt and Babylonia,' 71.
Schaudinn, Fritz, Generations- und

Wirthswechsel bei Trypanosoma

und Spirochæte,' 128.
Scholar, A Great French: Gaston

Paris, 101. See Paris.
Scotland, expenditure on education,

610, note.
Scott, R. P., “What is Secondary

Education !' essays edited by, 613,


2 x

Sleeping Sickness, The. See Sick

Soudan, evacuation, 533—reconquest,

534-acres under cultivation, 544-
the Souakin-Berber railway, ib.-

administration, 548.
Spencer, Herbert, The Life and

Philosophy of, 240--his “Auto-
biography,' ib.-style, 241-char
acter, 242-ancestry, ib.-educa-
tion, 243-mathematical studies,
244--religious beliefs, 244, 264-
engineering appointments, 245–
scientific interests, ib.—Letters
on the Proper Sphere of Govern-
ment,' 246--appointed sub-editor
of the 'Economist,' 247-Social
Statics,' 247, 250-interests during
the period of seven years, 247-250
--choice of a title for his book, 250
---source of its inspiration, 251–
political views, 252, 256-extracts
from, 253-255 —- 'The Data of
Ethics,' 256—development of his
psychological interest, 257-essay
on • The Development Hypothesis.'
258—' Principles of Psychology,' ib.
---essay on ‘Progress, its Law and
Cause,' 259 – Synthetic Philo-
sophy,' ib.—'First Principles,' 260
--substitution of evolution for pro-
gress, 261, 264-chapter on equili-
bration,' 262—on The Dynamic
Element in Life,' 263-reputation,

Stubbs, William, Dr Liebermann's

dedication to, 146.
Suez Canal, influence on trade, 343–

collection of toll, 352.


Scottish Churches, Case of the,

626_case of the Free Church,
property involved, 627, 647-con-
troversy, 628--disruption from the
Established Church in 1843; 629—
evidence of documents, 630_Estab.
lishment doctrine, 630, 640-doc-
trinal change, 631—under two in-
fuences, 632 — negotiations for
union with the Voluntaries, 633—
Act . Declaratory' of the West-
minster Confession, ib.--proposals
for union with the United Presby-
terians, 635--Plan of Union passed
in 1889; ib.-appeal of the minority
to the law, 636—the Barrier Act,
ib.--opinions of Lord Macnaghten
and Lord Lindley, 637--judgment
of the Court, 639-opposite con-
clusions, 640-643---conception of a
Church, 642-644--dangers of the
decision, 644-treatment by the law
of associations of individuals, ib.
---various proposals for removal of
the difficulty, 645---equitable divi-
sion of the funds, 647-meeting of
the General Assemblies, 648-re-
solution of the United Free Church
to keep the property, 649-sugges-

tions for arbitration, ib.
Sickness, The Sleeping, 113-symp-

toms, 114-number of deaths, ib.
area, ib.-commission of enquiry,
115--Filaria perstans, 116-strep-
tococcus, 117-Colonel Bruce's ex-
periments, 118-discovery of the
trypanosome parasite, 119-carried
by means of the tsetze fly, 120-
experiments on monkeys, 121
nature of the tsetze flies, 123
Trypanosoma sanguinis,
Lewisii, 124-Evansii, 125equi-
perdum, Brucei, and equinum, ib.
-Gambiense, 126-meaning of the
term immunity, 127-Dr Schau-
dinn's researches, 128-132 -- Zie-
manni, 129-diseases of parasites
due to man, 133-135-introduction
of the phylloxera, 135-coffee plan-
tations of Ceylon, ib.-adjustment
of living things to their environ-

ment, 136-infectious disease, 137.
Siebold, A. F. von, 'Der Eintritt

Japans in das Europäische Volker-

recht,' 307.
Siemaszko, his destruction of the

United Ruthenian Church, 404.
Sipyaghin, M., appointed Minister of

the Interior, 184-ascendency over
Nicholas II, 185 assassination,

Skrine, F. H., “The Expansion of

Russia,' 410.



Taine, Henri, his · History of English

Literature,' 8.
Thought, European, in the Nine-

teenth century, 76–Dr Theodore
Merz's work, 78 — spiritual and
physical philosophy compared, 79—
law of gravitation, 80-82-atomic
view of nature, 83–86-kinetic, 86-
88 – physical, 88 — connexion of
geology with morphology, 90 —
classification of living organisms,
91-doctrine of evolution, 92-sepa.
ration of species, 93-95—views of
biologists on a vital force, 95–
Darwin's theory of 'natural selec-
tion,' 96-design in creation, 97-

increase of entropy, 99.
Thought, Modern, Influence of

Kant on, 420. See Kant.
Tibet, failure of the Conventions of

1890 and 1893 ; 219-ascendency

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of Russia, 220--advance of Colonel

Younghusband to Lhassa, 223.
Toynbee, Paget, “The Life of Dante

Alighieri,' 359, 368.
Tozer, Rev. H. F., * An English Com-

mentary on Dante's Divina Com-

media,' 364.
Traherne, Thomas, 437-his poems

compared with Henry Vaughan's,
438—his Welsh origin, 442-reli-
gious views, 444-character of his
poems, 459—poems on childhood,
460—his prose 'Centuries of Medi.
tations,' 460, 464-On News,' 461

- Wonder,' 462-his view of Na-
ture, 463.
Trypanosome, discovery of the, 123.
Tsar, The, 180—his character, 180–

182, 183, 190-his first two public
appearances, 181-influence of his
mother, 183—his choice of officials,
184, 199—M. Goremykin, 181–M.
Sipyaghin, 184–186–M. de Plehve,
186, 189-M. de Witte's commis-
sion of inquiry into the condition
of the agricultural classes, 187–M.
Muravieff, 189–M. Pobedonostseff,
ib.-- Prince Meshtshersky, 190-re.
serve, 191-Tsar's supposed love of
peace, 192-conduct of state affairs,
ib.- personal intervention, 193
decision in the case of bills, 194-
interference in the course of justice,
195-political trials, ib.--self-will,
196-arbitrary acts, 197-199—treat-
ment of M. Ampbitheatroff, 197-
M. Annensky, 198—approval of co-
ercion, 199—his manifesto of 1903;
200—persecution of the Jews, ib. -
intolerance, 201—persecution of the
Old Believers, 202-case of Bishop
Methodius, 203 — his delight in
miracles and marvels, 204 - in-
Auence of the Grand Dukes, 205–
207-his favourites, 207– MM. Phi-
lippe and Khlopoff, ib.-M. Bezo-

brazoff, 208--foreign policy, 209.
Tsetze fly, investigations into, 118-

number of species, 123.
Turkey, suzerainty over Egypt, 528.

United States, The Coming Pre-

sidential Election in the, 493–
policy of the Republicans, 493, 504,
524 — nomination of Mr Parker,
494, 521-policy of the Democrats,
494, 500, 515, 523—Imperialism, 494
-the Philippines, 495-acquisitions
of territory, 496 — foreign policy,
497-Panama treaty, 498-Monroe
doctrine, 498-500-domestic policy,
500 — protective tariff, 500-502 -
Wilson Bill, 501, 525—the 'race
question,' 502 — reciprocity, 503–
505-relation between labour and
capital, 505—number of unionists,
ib.-methods of trade unions, 506–
508— development of associations,
508-Citizens' Alliance, 509--Colo-
rado labour troubles, ib.-distrust
of the law-courts, 510—' omnibus
Bill,' ib.-union label idea, 511-
eight hours' day, 512— industrial
condition, 513 -- centralisation of
power, 514 ---development of con-
scious socialism, 516—the American
Federation of Labour, ib. the
Populist party, 517--methods and
policy of President Roosevelt, 517–
519--policy of Mr Parker, 520-523

-Mr Bryan, 523-Mr Watson, ib.
University of Wales, 618. See



Vaihinger, Dr H., "Kant-Studien,'

Vaughan, Henry, his poems com-

pared to Traherne's, 438-character
of his sacred poems, 441- Welsh
origin, 442-poems of Nature, 443
--his ancestry, 444, 451-his quali-
ties, 447---career, 450—Silex Scin-
tillans,'451, 453—Thalia Rediviva,'
451, 453, 458--boyhood, 452—'Olor
Iscanus,' 453—religious views, ib.
-influence of Herbert, 454-his
mysticism, ib.The Retreat,' 455,
459 --- love of Nature, 455–459
poems on 'The Shower' and “The
Waterfall,' 457-lines on “Ascen-

sion Day,' 458--lover of books, ib.
Victoria University, character of, 620.
Vinci, Lionardo da, his fresco of the

Last Supper, story of, 372.
Vitry, M. Paul, *Exposition des

Primitifs Français,' 577—“Michel
Colombe et la Sculpture Française,'

Volunteers, The Militia and, 309

---proposals for the improvement,
315. See Militia,



United Free Church of Scotland, 626.

See Scottish.
United States, treaty with Japan,

305, 307-appointment of a Com-
mission on the Panama Canal, 333
-Hay-Bunau Varilla Treaty, 336-
cost of the construction, 337 -
influence on trade, 346-average
length of voyages, 354-advantages
of the Canal to shipping of, 356.


Wales, Higher Education in, 599-

Local Authority Default Act, ib.-
independent efforts, 600--progress
of the secondary schools, ib.--con-
dition of primary education, 601-
Intermediate Act of 1889 ; 601, 607
---need for reform, 602-the Act of
1902 ; 603—report of Lord Aber-
dare's Committee, 604-608-inade.
quate provision for secondary and
higher education, 605—failure of
the grammar-schools, ib.---number
of pupils, 606, 609--sources of re-
venue, 607--the whisky money,'
ib.--extent and character of the
reform, 608, 609---financial position,
610-differentiation’ of secondary
schools, 611 --- co-ordination with
the primary schools, 612—' over-

lapping,' 613-infused
ministration, 614-83
lege, 615-Univers
Aberystwith, 616-red
lege founded, 617–Pas
618_charter and man
the University,
system, 620—vier de
622-limited finances
-grants, 623—its de

ter, 625.
Wilkins, David, his en

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Witte, M. de, his con

quiry into the end
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