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giving them a fair and open trial, unbiased by the genteel
traditions of Burlington House and the Slade Professorship?
Is the failure in them, or in us ? Perhaps and here is the
triumph of art there is a happy success on both sides, and
we have a healthy appetite for more : a similar and even
stronger excitement may then be gained from " Fatherhood "
(6), "The Pea-sheller" (22), "Tte d'Enfant" (27), "The
Orator" (53), and "The Petticoat" (58). Having once
attained this high plateau of appreciation, we shall be grateful
to those who have opened up immense untrodden regions of
reality.

It was hardly to be expected that such a bold undertaking
should invariably reach its goal. " The Green Bow " (33) is a
little mannered, as if the artist were appealing from the private
court of his own instinct to the authority of the Graflon Gallery.
The same may perhaps be suspected of "The Architect" (54>),
and a few others. But all of them are, to say the least, pro-
foundly interesting to an unsophisticated mind. As though to



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enforce this very point, some striking effects are to be noticed
here of an intimate connection with University Life for
instance, "The Lime Walk" (15), "Sunday Morning" (21),
and "Dinner in Hall" (51). Lastly, we may imagine, after we
have enjoyed all its rhythmic brilliance and force, that we see
English art renouncing the old vicious trick of representative
illusion in " The Confession of a Fool " (23).

[W. R. M. LAMB.*]

1 Mr. Lamb was also the author of the remarks in the Catalogue.



CATALOGUE 1

All the Pictures in this Exhibition, with the exception
of those marked with red labels, are Offered for Sale.
When no price is stated information may be obtained from
the attendant.

It should be noted that the prices given here are quite
nominal. We believe that the injudicious figures asked at the
Grafton were in part to blame for the misunderstanding which
arose between the Artists and the Public. We wish to build
on mutual understanding : and so have purposely reduced our
prices to a minimum.

Pictures purchased by residents in Cambridge will be
delivered, free of charge, on Saturday evening. It is requested
that all payments should be made in advance.
Inquiries should be addressed to

THE SECRETARY,

c/o the Hall Keeper,
Guildhall,

Cambridge,
or else left in the Secretary's box upon the desk.

Price in
Guineas.

1. Dinner Party . . . . .5

K. O. NEUMAN

2. My Mantelpiece . . . . .1

A. W. R. DON

3. Gasometers . . . . i

A. W. R. DON Lord DOUNK

The Perspective has been subordinated to Solidity and
Distance.

1 In this reprint the names of the artists and of the present owners of
the pictures have been inserted. Archie presented an annotated copy of
the catalogue (with five newspaper cuttings relating to the exhibition) to the
University Library [Cam. c. 913]. He had all the original correspondence

bound up in a single volume for his own use.

,87



i88



Price in
Guineas.

4. Study for " The Councillor " l . .1

K. O. NEUMAW Mrs. DON

5. The Angler ..... 1J

E. D. ADRIAN

6. Fatherhood. . . . . .2

A. W. R. DON

7. Frau Karl Druschy . . . i

R. Du B. EVANS

8. The Crystal Gazer ..... 1

R. Du B. EVANS Miss C. Du B. EVANS

9. Woodland, a Study i

A. W. R. DON Mrs. DON

10. The Velvet Glove .....

A. W. R. DON. Mrs. DON

11. A Moment of Fear . . .3

A. W. R. DON F. G. M. BECK

Expressive of Moth and Loneliness.

12. Oakley, Beds ..... 1

E. D. ADRIAN

13. Tiger ...... 1

R. Du B. EVANS E. H. MINNS

Almost too photographic, but human and sincere.

14. Fenland ...... 1

A. W. R. DON

15. The Lime Walk, Trinity i

A. W. R. DON S. GASELEE

16. Still Life . . . . . 1J

A. W. R. DON

17. Reverie ...... }

E. D. ADRIAN

1 8. The Wilderness in Spring . . . . J

A. W. R. DON

19. The Morris Dancers . ... 1

E. D. ADRIAN R. H. FOWLER

20. The Storm Cloud ..... 1

A. W. R. DON C. A. GIBBS

1 Used as a wrapper when the pictures were sent to Tealing. See letter of
15 July 1913 to his mother.



1 89

Price in
Guinea*.

21. Sunday Morning . . . . .1

A. W. R. DON J. N. LANGLEY

22. The Pea-sheller . . . . l }

E. D. ADRIAN Mrs. F. L. ADRIAN

23. " The Confession of a Fool " . . .1

E. D. ADRIAN H. A. HOLLOND

24. Science ...... \

D. F. SHENNAN Mrs. DON
Somewhat laboured. Compare with 29.

25. Don Quixote and his Mill .... 1

A. W. NEAL

[Destroyed by the Artist.]

26. My Window ..... 2

E. D. ADRIAN

27. Tete d' Enfant . . . . 1 \

A. W. R. DON F. L. BIRCH

28. Elgar's First Symphony ....

C. A. GIBBS The ARTIST

The symbolism is violent, almost crude. His subject
has inspired the artist with emotions of anger and
disgust.

29. Philosophy ...... 1

A. W. R. DON Mrs. DON

30. Old Vladimir ..... 1

E. D. ADRIAN Miss LEBUS

A passionate study of old age.

31. The Collector ..... 3

E. D. ADRIAN J. H. BLISS

32. Anne Boleyn ..... 1

R. Du B. EVANS A. H. JOHNSON

Somewhat too classical. It is a vision of the eye, not
the feelings of the Queen, which is here depicted.

33. The Green Bow ..... 4

A. W. R. DON M. D. FORBES

34. Churchyard, Galashiels . . . \

A. W. R. DON Mrs. DON

35. The Schoolmaster . . . . 1 \

E. D. ADRIAN E. R. COOKE

A brilliant example of subtle symbolism.



Price in
Guineas.

36. Engine Sheds ..... 2

E. D. ADRIAN Mrs. DON

37. The Return ..... 1

E. D. ADRIAN

The strong, yet tender, handling of disillusionment and
despair in this picture perhaps can only be fully
appreciated by an expert.

38. Moraines ...... 2

A. W. R. DON Mrs. DON

A mere poster. The hills and sky are conventional :
the figure not dynamic.

39. Still Life ...... 1

A. W. R. DON

40. Mouton et Moulin ..... 2

M. D. FORBES. M. D. FORBES

41. La Plage ...... 1

E. D. ADRIAN M. D. FORBES

42. Bataille Maritime d'Egypt . . . 1J

M. D. FORBES T. H. SOMERVELL

43. Tyrolese Sheep . . . . i

A. W. R. DON

44. Portrait of W. G. Pjatten] ....

E. M. O'R. DICKEY Miss C. POPE

45. Slope ...... 2

T. H. SOMERVELL The ARTIST

46. The Ely Road ..... 1^

E. D. ADRIAN S. GASELEE

47. The Three Bridges .....

A. W. R. DON

The simplification in this picture might be carried even
further, without loss of significance.

48. Portrait Study .....

A. W. R. DON

49. The Sunflower ..... 2

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

50. Cambridge Bells ..... 3

T. H. SOMERVELL The ARTIST

All sound has colour. Here the clashing tonalities are
significant of discord.



191



51. Dinner in Hall

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

52. Herring Fishers

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

53. The Orator ....

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

54. The Architect

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

55. Sunset . . . .

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

56. The Cafe .

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

57. Studland Bay

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

58. The Petticoat

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

59. Hot Lunch, a Caricature . .

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

60. Landscape with Figures

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

61. Daedalus and Icarus

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

62. Still Life .

E. M. O'R. DICKEY
Very plastic.

63. Clare Bridge

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

64. The Stream

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

65. Les " Wee Frees " sortant d'Eglise

M. D. FORBES

66. Landscape .

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

67. La Juive qui pleure

T. H. SOMEHVELL

68. L'Homme au Doigt blesse .

E. M. O'R. DICKEY



TRINITY COLLEGE



M. D. FORBES



The ARTIST



The ARTIST



J. H. BLISS



The ARTIST



The ARTIST



M. D. FORBES



A. H. PARRY



Price in
Guineas.



2*
1

1



The ARTIST



192

Price in
Guineas.

69. Le Pays de Boubs ..... 1

M. D. FORBES

70. Pax Dei . . . . .1

T. H. SoMERVELL

The flames of Tartarus, yielding to the motif, pass up
into the white of heaven.

7 1 . Portrait of my Aunt ....

F. K. BLISS M. D. FORBES

72. The Invalid ..... i

F. K. BLISS

73. Mother and Child ..... i

F. K. BLISS G. H. HARDY

74-. Portrait ...... 1

E. D. ADRIAN F. G. HOPKINS

This picture, like No. 38, is conventional in colour and
conception.

75. The Shadow of King's

M. D. FORBES C. SAYLE

76. A Study in chalk and pastel . . i

E. D. ADRIAN

The colouring is suggestively stertorous.

77. The Arm-Chair ..... 1

E. M. O'R. DICKEY The ARTIST

78. A Caricature [of A. W. R. D.] . |

E. M. O'R. DICKEY

79. Petrouchka. .....

F. K. BLISS J. H. BLISS

80. Portrait intime . . . . .1

M. D. FORBES E. A. JONES



Fame

GU8TAVE DUCLOS 1

Portrait of the Artist

F. K. BLISS
Oliver's Battery 2 .

A. W. R. DON



1 Sir Philip Burne-Jones. These six from Archie's manuscript.

* Destroyed by the artist's firm instructions. The picture which forms the
frontispiece to this book was presented to its present owner on those
conditions.



193

Price in
Guineas.

Nuit cle Nicaragua .....

M. D. FORBES
L'Homme au Boulingrin ....

E. D. ADRIAN
En Retard ......

A. W. R. DON



THE SEVEN CAMBRIDGE EXPRESSIONISTS
INDEX OF EXHIBITORS l

E. D. Adrian, Trinity.

F. K. Bliss, King's, f 28th September 1916.
E. M. O'R. Dickey, Trinity, R.G.A.

A. W. R. Don, Trinity, f Hth September 1916.
R. du B. Evans, Pembroke, prisoner 1915.
M. D. Forbes, Clare.

C. A. Gibbs, Trinity.
K. O. Neuman, Trinity.

D. F. F. Shennan, Trinity, f 9th May 1915.
T. H. Somervell, Caius, R.A.M.C.

1 Not part of the foregoing catalogue.



" The Battle is won. We all agree, now, that any form in
which an artist can express himself is legitimate. . . . We have
ceased to ask, ' What does this picture represent ? ' and ask
instead, ' What does it make us feel ? ' '

CLIVE BELL.

" Ostentation of skill is likely to be even more fatal than
downright incapacity."

ROGER FRY.

" Passion before Perspective."

"Modern art can make its own defence against anything
except prejudice."

RUPERT BROOKE.



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APPENDIX III



THE following list contains the names of all those who were
members of the Games Club or Lake Hunt. It is compiled
from The Games Club Gazette and Lake Hunt Look Me Up,
Number 5 (29th July 1917).



Adrian (E. D.).

Armstrong (E. W.), f Hth July
1915.

Bethel (C.), f 20th February

1916.

Bridgeman (R. O.).
Browne (M. G.).
Burnaby (G.), f October 1916.
Burnaby (J.).
Butcher (W. G. D.), t l6th

August 1917.
Butler (G. K. M.), f 19th July

1916.

Butler (J. R. M.).
Butler (N. M.).

Campbell (E. R.).
Coad Pryor (E. A.).
Cullinan(M. W. F.),Magd.Coll.

Darwin (C. G.).
Darwin (E.), f 24th April 1915.
Darwin (W. R.).
Davidson (M. G.).
Don (A. W. R.), filth Sep-
tember 1916.

Ellis (W. F. P.).



Ferguson (H. M.), f llth June

1917.
Fowler (R. H.).

Greg (W. W.).

Hollond (H. A.).
Hope (J. H.).
Hope (M. B.).

Kennedy (H. T.), f 6th June
1917.

Leaf(E. A.).
Littlewood (J. E.).
Lonsdale (A. C. G.), 1 13th
March 1915.

Morgan (A. C. O.), t 13th

October 1915.
Morris (G. G.).
Morshead (O. F.).

Peache (R. C).

Penrose (E. J. McN.), f 8th

May 1915.
Pilkington (H. B.), f 10th

June 1915.

Pring(B. C.), t July 1915.
Pym (Rev. T. W.).
Pym (W. St. J.).



'95



196

Roxburgh (R, F.).

St. Aubyn (M. J.), t April 1918.

Salter (F. R.).

Shaw (H. K.), Sid. Coll.

Shaw (T. K.).

Simpson (F. A.).

Tennant (C. G.), f 19th May

1915.
Turner (A. C.), f 16th January

1918.

Wakeford (E. K.), f 26th July
1916.



APPENDIX III



Wardley (D. J.), Selwyn.
Wardley (G. C. N.), t l6th

July 1916.
Wasbrough (W. L.), 1 26th

September 1915.
Watson (R. W.), f 31st July

1915.
Welsh (A. R.), t 20th February

1916.

Whitehorn (R. D.).
Willink (H. N.).
Wordsworth (O. B.), f 2nd

April 1917.
Wright (R. M.).



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APPENDIX IV

BEQUESTS

2000 in trust for the benefit of the WORK-PEOPLE employed

by Messrs. DON BROTHERS, BUIST & Co.
500 to the HEADMASTER OF WINCHESTER COLLEGE, to be

applied for the benefit of the School.
200 to a FRIEND, or, in the event of his death, to the

CAVENDISH ASSOCIATION.
Leonardo da Vinci, Quaderni d'Anatomia, 6 vols. F. To the

UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, CAMBRIDGE. Also his volume on the

Flight of Birds, 1893, in facsimile.
Jerome of Brunswick's Treatise of Surgery, Southwark, 1525,

F. To Sir W. M. FLETCHER for his lifetime, and

eventually with his medical books to TRINITY COLLEGE,

CAMBRIDGE.

Selected Scientific Books to MOBERLY LIBRARY, WINCHESTER.
Gifts to H. T. KENNEDY, M. D. FORBES, J. S. WILSON, Mrs.

BALFOUR.
Fossils to DUNDEE and Dr. HICKLING. "Don't keep old stones

for sentimental reasons."
Postage Stamp Collection to McNAB, his nephew. "Not all

at once ; that would spoil his pleasure."



INDEX



Aberdeen University, 173.

Ackermann (R.), 160.

Adam (Mrs. Adela Marion), 70.

(N. K.), 35, 84 plate.
Admiralty, 87.

Adrian (E. D.), iii, 51, 67-82, 84,

84 plate, 188-93, 195.
- (Mrs. V. L.), 189.
^gean Islands, 162.
Agenda Club, 42.
Aitken (J. M.), 160.
Aivatli, 129, 133-4, 152-3, 155-62.
Alcohol, 105.
Alexandria, 127.
Allanby (R.), 171-2.
Ambarkoi, 158-62.
Amiens, 123, 126, 132.
Anatomy, 49, 67, 74, 161.
Anderson (A. R.), 168.

(H. K.), 84.
-(P. W.), 134.

Angell (Norman), 100, 106.

Angus (C. F.), 97.

Antarctic Expedition, 159.

Applecross, 130.

Arbroath, 13.

Ardnamurchan, 1 14.

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders,

138.

Aris (H.), 13, 125.
Armstrong (E. W.), 195.
Arthur (Prince) of Connaught, 38.
Asquith (H. H.), 159.
Aston (F. W.), 84.
Athens, 128, 130, 137, 157.
Athos (Mt.), 128, 132.
Avonmouth, 101.

Bacillus typhosus, 105.

Bailleul, 88, 90.

Bainbrigtje (I 1 . G.), 82.

Baines (C. S), 94.

Balavka, 129, 149.

Balfour(Mrs. Agnes B.), 153, 197.

(Arthur J.), 159.

-(I. B.), 13, 115-7.

Balkan Nfws, The, 142.

Balkans, The, 159.

Baltihoys, 2.

Bandirran, 179.

Banister (C. G.), 83.

Baralon?, H.M.S., 139.

Barlow (M.), 84.



Barrie(Sir J. M.), ior-2.
Barthropp(S. A. N.), 84.
Bather (A. G.), iv, 95.

(F. A.), iv.
Beatty (Admiral), 101.
Beck (F. G. M.), 188.

Bcinn a Bheithir, Frontispiece.
Belashitza, 129, 137, 162.
Bell (Clive), 194.
Belloc (Hilaire), 96, 99.
Benson (A. C. ), iii, 54-67, 91, 97,
103, 117-8, 120, 123, 127, 140-2.

(R. H.), 103.
Bequests, 198.
Bethel (C.), 195.
Bethune, 89, 90, 94.
Bible, 5.

Birch (F. L.), 189.

Birkedal, III.

Black Watch, 27, 79, 96.

Blackwell (Elizabeth), 122.

BlcukivoocCs Magazine, 102, 1 06.

Blake (W.), 43, 45.

Blewitt (R.), 94.

Bliss (F. K.), 192-3.

(J. H.), 189, 191-2.
Blore (G. H.), 13, 124-7.
Blumenthal, 7.

Boer War, 4.

Bogle (J. S.), 181.

Botha (General), II.

Bougainville, 123.

Boulogne, 88-91, 95, 105.

Bourke (E. G.), 9.

Boy ton, 117.

Bradley (R. N.), 168.

Brailsford (H. N.), 159.

Bramston (J. T.), iv, 83.

Bray, 125-6.

Bridgem.in (R. O.), 195.

Brindley (H. H.), 146.

Bristol, 98-105.

Britannia, H..)f.S., 87.

British Association (Dundee Meet-
ing), 27, 36.

British Museum, 12, 13.

Brock (A. Glutton), 162.

Bronte (Charlotte), 161, 165.

Brooke (Rupert), 108-9, " 2 . "4
151, 168. 194.

Broughty Ferry, I, 3, 14, 86.

Brown (John), 126.

(P. Hume), 2,



200



INDEX



Browne (M. G.), *95-
Brundle (H. C. B.), 168.
Buckland(E. H.), 13, 16.
Bullock (H. M.), 82.
Burge(H. M.), Bp., 14, 15-20.
Bumaby (G.), 19$.

- Q-), 195-

Bume-Jones (Sir Philip), 192.
Burroughs (E. A.), 158.
Butcher (W. G. D.), 195.
Butler (Mrs. Agneta F.), 165.

(G. K. M.), 77, 82, 99, 109, 113,
1 20, 1 60, 164-6, 195.

(J. R. M.), "5, 120, 195.

(N. M.), 109, 195-
Buxton (C. S.), 42.

Cambridge, 23-84, 1 1 8.

Addenbrooke's Hospital, 47-8,
183.

Fitzwilliam Museum, 47-8, 153,158.

School of Physiology, 38.

Sedgwick Museum, 27, 39, 137.

Senate House, 97.

University Library, 142, 187, 197.

Caius College, 96-7, 149.
Medical Club, 75.

Emmanuel College, 97.

Pembroke College, 96.

St. John's College, 97.

Jesus College, 98.

Magdalene College, 97.

Trinity College, 191, 197.

Great Court, 87.

Nevile's Court, 87.

Whewell's Court, 97, 149.

Magpie and Stump, 46, 82-3.

Medical Club, 37, 46, 74.

Skull and Crossbones, 38.

Sunday Games Club, 81.

- Yeats Prize, 84.

A. D. C., 94.

Drawing Society, 167.

Expressionists Exhibition, 47, 68,
182-94.

Heretics Society, 97, 101.

Leys School, 97.

Marlowe Society, 94.

Natural Science Club, 46, 84.

Ray Club, 46.

Sedgwick Club, 25, 28.

University Musical Club, 149.

Wykehamist Dinner, 83.
Cambridge Magazine, The, IOI-2,

105-6, 1 10, 148, 156, 167.
Cambridge Review, The, 101, 117,

143, 168.
Campbell (Alexander), I.



Campbell (Barbara), I.

(E. R.), 195.
-(G. C.), 90-

(L. F.). See Don (L. F.).
-(N. K.), 115, 120.

(Robert), 2.
Campvere, 2.
Cardonette, 126.
Carey (F. C. S.), 45.
Carlisle, 113.
Carmyllie Quarries, 13.
ausica, 129, 172.

Cavendish Association, 42, 45, 197.

Club, 42, 96, 154.
Caxton(W.), 113.
Cerinthe retorta, \ 50.
Cezanne (Paul), 185.
Challenge, The,<)T, 152.
Charles II., 84, 163.
Chartres, 12.
Cheddar, 101.

Chew Magna, 103.

Chipilly, 125-6.

Chitty (H.), iv.

Chivers (J.), 91.

Chocques, 90, 94.

Christ, 99.

Christianity, 99.

Church Family Newspaper, The, 104,

153-

"Citadel," 126.
Cithera, 128.
Clairon, Le, 1 60.
Clarke (R. S.), 84 plate.
Clifton, 7.

Clunie Bridge, 109, 1 14, 142.
Coad Pryor (E. A.), 195.
Coat bridge, 121.
Cockerell(Mrs.), 150.
ColvilleQ. G.), 83.
Conservators of Scottish Privileges, 2.
Cook (A. K.), 17.
Cooke(E.R.), 189.
Corfu Harbour, 158.
Cornwall, H.M.S., IOI.
Coronel, 160.
Corsica, 126.

Cradock (Sir Christopher), 160.
Craig Owl, 115, 130.
Craigellachie, 121.
Crawfurd (R.), 84.
Crete, 128.
Crick (P. C. T.), 83.
Crimea, 2, 89.
Crossley (Miss), 5-
Cullinan (M. W. F.), 195.
Cunningham (W.), 107.
Cunyngham (Sir W. S.-D.-), 177-



INDEX



20 1



Daily Telegraph^ The, 103.
Daniell (N.), 121-2.
Dardanelles, 167.
Darwin (C. G.), 195.
-(E.), 195-

(SirF.), 84.
-(W. R.), 195-
David (F. P.), 125.

-(G.), S.

Davidson (M. G.), 195-

(Randall), Abp., 44, 158.
Davies(G. LI.), 102, 109, 112, 116-7.
Denis-Browne (W. C.), 45, 112, Il6,

168.

Deve Kran, 137, 150, 153.
Devil's Dyke, 108.
Devonshire (Duke of)i 44
Dickens (C.), 163.
Dickey (E. M. O'R.), 190-3.
Dickinson (G. L.), 101, no, 112.
Dodgson(P. H.), 83.
Doiran, 167.
Don (A. C.), 101, 138.
-(F. P.), 23, 120, 181.

(John A.), 1 6, 181.

(L. F.), passim.

(P. A. C.), 181, 197.

(R. B.), i, 7, 14, 181.

(R. M.), 96, 118, 131, 160, 168,
169-76, 181.

Buist & Co., 197.
Donaldson (S. A.), 127.
Donizetti (G.), 103.
Doune(Lord),42, 44, 96, 115,120, 187.
Doyle (A. Conan), 163.
Dragoniera, 167.

Drewe (Adrian), 76, 86-7.
Drysdale (A. O.), 135.
Duck worth (VV. L. H.), 84.
Duclos (Gustave), 192.
Duma, II.
Durdry Hill, 105.
Dundee, 3, 197.
British Association, 27, 36.

Eddlestone, i.

Egypt, 165.

Egyptian Gazelle, The, 128.

Elaterium, 2, 197.

Elba, 126.

Elepkas primigenius, 27, 134.

Eliot (George), 161, 164-5.

Elliot (H. \V. A.), 82.

Ellis (VV. F. P.), 48, 87, 195.

Ely, 92.

Esseyuibo, H.M.S., 163.

Estaires, 89.

Euripides, 157, 161.



Evans (A. F. R.), 84 plate.

(C. Du B.), 188.
-(A. H.), 6.

(R. Du B.), 84, 109, 188-9, 193-
Exhibition (Expressionists), 47, 182-

94-

Expressionists Exhibition, 47, 182-94.

Factories, 135.
Falkland Island Fight, 101.
Faure (M.), 153.
Fenwick(B. A.), 82.
Ferguson (H. M.), 195.
Ferrier (Sir Alexander), 2.

(Amelia), 181.
Finlay(G.), 139.
Fitzpatrick (T. C.), 84.
Flanders, 91, 94, 115.
Flax Bourton, 103.
Fleming (A. L. ), 84.

Fletcher (Sir W. M.), 23-53, 84, 197.

- (Lady), 45-

Flora Graeca, 150.

Folkestone, 95.

Forbes (M. D.), 72, 97-8, 109, 113-

4, 152, 157, 165, 190-3, 197.
-(N.), 159-
Fort (J. A.), 13, 125.
Forth Bridge, IOI.
Fowler (R. H.), 188, 195.
France (1915), 123-6.
French (Lord), 94.
Fricourt, 125.
Frome, 113.
Fry (Roger), 194.
-(T. P.), 83.
Fulbourn, 48.

Gain Tufficha, 164, 166.
Galashiels, 121.
Galileo, 129, 137, 156, 159,
Gallipoli, 115.
Gamblin-Rolin, 91.
Games Club Gazelle, The, 195.
Gammell (J. A. H.), HO.
Gardner (E. A.), 137, 147, '53-
Gas, in.

Gaselee(S.), iSS, 190.
Geological Society of London, 28.
George v., King, 94, 105.
Georgian Poetry, 156.
Germany, 96, 106-7, no, 154.
Gibbs (C. A.), 179, 188-9, 193.
Gillespie (A. D.), 13, 157, 169.
Gilmorehill, 2.
Glasgow, i, 2, 121.
God, in, I2O.
Godwin (W.), 159, 161.



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Gog-Magogs, 36, 91.
Goode(G.), 151.
Gosse (E.), 1 20.
Gow(A. S. F.), 72.
Grafton Gallery, 68-70.
Grampians, in.
Grant (Elizabeth), 2.
Grantchester, 114, 149.
Great Ridge Wood, 108, in.
Greece, 163, 173.
Greek Grammar, 130-1.

Literature, 131, 157.
Greene (Mary), 139.
Greg(W. W.), 195.
Griffith (C.), 21.
Guelphic Order, 2.

Habershon(S. H.), 84.

Hagiar Kim, 168-9.

Hague Peace Conference, II.

Hal Saftieni, 168.

Hall (Lieut), 167-8.

Hallyards, I, 181.

Halyburton (Andrew), 2.

Hamilton (Lord Ernest), 163.

Hanoverian Order, 2.

Hardwick, 108, 145.

Hardy (G. H.), 101.

-(H. J.), iv.

Hawkins (C. H.), 13.

Hay (Ian), 137, 147-

Henry vin., King, 94.

Herbert (P. M.), iv.

Heretics Society, the, 97, 101.

Hericourt (Dr.), 133.

Herodotus, 93, 173.

Hewson (A. G.), 95.

Hibbert Journal, The, 142.

Hickling (G.), ill, 197.

Hill (Miss Helen), 117, 153, 161-2.

Kindle (E.), 84 plate.

Histon, 91.

Hobhouse (L. T.), 149, 161.

Hogarth (D. G.), 159.

ffogue, ff.M.S., 48, 87.

Holland, 2.

Hollond (H. A.), 82, 189, 195.

Holytown, 121.

Hope (J. H.), 195.

(M. B.), 195-
Hopley(G. W. V.), 1 12.
Hopper's House, 95.
Hornung (G.), 84.

Horris Hill, 6, 7, 8, 16, 94, 101, 105,

"5-

Hughes (T. M'K.), 134-5.
Hunter (Michael), 105, 112, Il6.
Huntly, 121.



Hunt screen, ff.Af.S., 168.
Hutchinson (A.), 84.
Hydra, 128, 130.

India, 2.

Indian hospital, 88.

troops, 89.
Indomitable, ff.M.S., 101.
Italy, 30.

Jackson (Henry), 83, 97.
James (Henry), 151, 163.

(Winifred), 159.
Jekyll (F. \V.), 96.
Jenkinson (F. ), 179.
Jerome of Brunswick, 197.
Johns (W. Wilton), 173-4.
Johnson (A. H.), 189.
Joseph (H. W. B.), 115.
Jura, i, 130, 181.

Kalamaria, 129, 172.

Kassandra, 132.

Keeling (F. H.), 84 plate.

Keith (Arthur), 139.

Kennedy (H. T.), 83, 195, 197.

Kent's Cavern, 12, 21, 101.

Keraissi Camp, 129, 169.

Keswick, 113.

Kidd (F.), 84.

Kilindir, 129, 172.

King (Bolton), 133.

(W. B. R.), 84 plate, 97.
King Stephen, 139.
Kingsley (C.), 5.
Kinlochewe, 109.

Kotos (Mt.), 129, 134, 142, 152.
Krithna, 115.
Kukush, 129, 153.

La Bassee, 89.

La Gorgue, 89, 90.

Lahore Division, 88.

Lake (Harold), 156.

Lake Hunt, 76.

Lake Hunt Look Me Up, 195.

Lamb(W. R. M.), 186.

Lambert (H.), 83.

Lancet, The, 122, 135, 161.

Langaza, 129, 137, 142, 146-7.

Langley (J. N.), 189.

Lark Hill, 116.

Laventie, 89.

Lawrence (C. H.), 112, 116.

Le Breton (M.), 153.

Le Strange (Major), 90.

Leaf (F. A.), 195.

Lebus (Miss), 189.

Leitch (V. B.), 116.



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Lembet, 133, 175.

Lemnos, 108.

Lillers, 95.

Lindley (J.), 150.

Lister (Hon. Charles), 42, 168.

-(J. J.), 84.

Littlewood (J. E.), 195.

Lockhart (J. G.), 206.

Locon, 90.

London, 180.

Gray's Inn, 76-7, 87, 95-6, 98,
in, 115.

St. Bartholomew's, 51-3, 67, 86.
Longfellow (H. W.), 5.
Longleat, 113.

Longos, 132.

Lonsdale (A. C. G.), 102, 195.

Loukis (P.), 134.

Lucas (E. de G.), 10.

Lucia di Lammcrmoor, 103.

Lyttelton(Hon. Edward), 103-4, IIO.

Macalister (A.), 84.
M'Connel (J. K.), 94.
M'Curdy(E.), 49.
Macdonald(J. R.), 106.
M'Dowall (S. A.), 14, 15, 178. \
MacKenzie(C. R.), 83.
Mackenzie (Compton), 133.
M'Laren(H. A. F.), 123.
Macpherson (William), 2.
M'Phillamy(J. M.), 168.
Madingley Hall, 92.
Magic Flute, the, 103.
Magnificent, H.M.S., 126.
Magpie and Stump, 82-3.
Maitland (Lettie), 180.
Malaria, 174.
Malta, 122, 162-8.
Mametz, 125.
Mansfield (R. S.), 83.
Map, 129.
Marr(J. E.), 25-9.
Marseilles, r26, 163.
Marsh (E. H.), 96, III, 156.
Masefield (J.), 133.
Matapan, 163.
Matisse(H.), 69, 185.
Maxse (L. J.), 112.
Mazzini (G.), 126, 133.
Medical career, 30-5.
Mediterranean, the, 127-31.
Meerut division, 94.
Memoirs of a Highland Lady, 2.
Meredith (G.), 131.
Merriman (II. Scton), 163.
Merville, 89.
Middleton (R. C. G.), 83.



Millar (R. C. H.), 177-

Minns (E. H.), 188.

Mitchell-Innes(E. A.), 103, 177.

(G. R.), Ill, 112, 116-7.

Mitrany (D.), 159.

Moreing (A. C), 83.

Morel (E. D.), 155.

Morgan (A. C. O.), 195.

Morland(A.), 1 80.

Morris (G. G.), 82, 195.

-(W.), 162.

Morshead (O. F.), 65, 195.

Moss(C. E.), 147.

Motherwell, 121.

Mozart, 103.

Mull, 130.

Munro(Sir H. T.), 152.

Murray (G. G.), 157, 161.

Miirren, 6.

Afusca domes tica, 160.

Music, 3, 5, 16, 103.

Nairn, 173.
Nation, The, IOI.


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