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pro-Boer. (F. W. Tugman) Westm. 155: 624.
Progress of, 1837-97. (C. W. Dilke; J. Soc. Arts,

45 : J 95-

Representation in the Home Parliament. (J. M.

Orpen) igth Cent. 43: 854.

Commerce, American Progress and. (Harold Cox)

No. Am. 173: 91.

A Commercial Education. (R. L. Leighton) Mac-
mil. 77: 47'.

Cromwell's Policy in its Economic Aspects. I.

(G. L. Beer) Pol. Sci. Q. 16: 582.

Decline of. (A. M. Low) No. Am. 169: 545. A

Reply. (B. Taylor) No. Am. 171: 577.

Imports and Exports of 40 Years. (M. G. Mul-

hall) Contemp. 77 : 716.

Open Doors wanted for Trade. (R. Ewen)

Westm. 151: 324.

- Twenty Years of. (M. G. Mulhall) Contemp. 72:
213.

Commercial Supremacy of. (A. W. Flux) Econ. J.

Q: 173-

Companies' Act, 1901. (M. Barlow) Econ. J. n: 180.

Constitution of United Kingdom, Courtney's. (A.

V. Dicey) Nation, 73: 188.

Consular Service of. (W. MacDonald) Nation, 68:

37i.

Crown and the Empire. (C. de Thierry) Monthly R.

5, no. 3: 21.

and Constitution. (W. T. Stead) Contemp. 79:

335-
Undefined Powers of. Sat. R. 91 : 133.

Currency, Imperial. (W. M. Grey) Cauad. M. 13 :

570.

Significant Chapter in the History of. (W. W.
Carlile) Econ. R. 10: 309.

Debt of. (H. Cox) No. Am. 173: 355.

Defence of, Sham vs. Real. (L. Hale) igth Cent.

49: 248. (A. C. Doyle) igth Cent. 49: 406.

Defences. Trifling with National Defence. (S.

Wilkinson) National, 28: 605.

Economic Decay of. Contemp. 79: 609, 783. 80: 264.
Alleged. (W. H. Mallockj Monthly R. 4, no. 3:

21.

But are we Decaying ? (H. Morgan-Browne) Con-
temp. 79: 813.

Is Great Britain falling into Economic Decay ?

(H. Morgan-Browne) Contemp. 80: 492.

Economic Legislation of the Year 1900. (M. Barlow)

Econ. J. ii : 124.

Empire of. (Earl of Rosebery) Eel. M. 136: 141.

Liv. Age, 227: 729.

and its Army. (C. W. Dilke) Un. Serv. M. 17: 136.

and its Navy. (G. Baden-Powell) Un. Serv. M.

17: 269.
and the Transvaal War. (C. de Thierry) Un.

Serv. M. 20: 593.

- The Burden of. (W. S. Lilly) Fortn. 74: 533-

Coal, Trade, and. (A. S. Hurd) Eel. M. 131 : 814.
Commercial Position of. (B. Taylor) Forum,

32: 3-

Deeds that Won, Vedette on. Spec. 78: 90.

Defence of, and the Militia Ballot. (G. S. Clarke)

1 9th Cent. 47: 2.

Defence Expenditure of. (Sir C. Dilke) J. Statis.

Soc. 63: 410.

Empire that found herself. (A. W. Jones) Na-
tional, 37: 39.

English Imperialism. (W. Cunningham) Atlan.

84: i.

Enigmas of. (S. Low) I9th Cent. 47: 923.
Ethics of Empire. (H. F. Wyatt) igth Cent. 41 :

516. Same art. Eel. M. 129: i.



Great Britain, Empire of, French View of. (P. de
Coubertin) Fortn. 68: 803.

Expansion in the Victorian Era. (A . Ireland)
No. Am. 172: 560, 734.

Federal Government for the United Kingdom

and the Empire. (T. A. Brassey) 191)1 Cent. 50: 190.

Foreign Policy of. (G. McDermot) Cath. World,
67: 768.

Growth of. (G. W. Ross) Canad. M. 16: 425.

How to Consolidate. Westm. 153: 373.

Imperial Expansion in the Victorian Era. (J. S.

Keltic) Eng. Illust. 17: 475.
Imperial Federation, the Condition of Progress.

(E. Salmon) Fortn. 74: 1009.
and Some Neglected Colonial Ties. (J. Mac-

donell) igth Cent. 47: 855.
in Asia, Development of. (Sir C. W. Dilke)

Indep. 51: 1183.

in the 19th Century. Blackw. 165: 241.

Increase in Size, 1800-1900. (J. H. Schooling)

Pall Mall M. 22: 247.
its Sources and Future. (J. Lowles) J. Soc. Arts.

46: 497.
Military Defence of the. (St. George) Un. Serv.

M. 17: 311.
The New Imperialism. (P. H. Hurd) Contemp.

72: 171.
A Plea for Efficiency. (A. White) National, 36 :

636.

Problems of. (S. Brooks) World's Work. 3 : 1393.

The Queen's Empire, a Retrospect of Sixty

Years. (W. T. Stead) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 15: 679.
Safety of, Proper Precautions for. (G. S. Clarke)

i9th Cent. 47: 541.
Some Bulwarks of Empire. Chamb. J. 77 : 449.

Finance ; Budget of 1900. (C. F. Bastable) Econ. J.

10: 208.

Consols in a Great War. (R. Giffen) Econ. J. 9:
353-

The Debt and the Deficit. (H. Chisholm) Fortn.

71: 564.
Distribution of Revenue. (C. F. Bastable) Econ.

J. Q: 54i.

in the 19th Century. Ed. R. 190: i.

Investment of Surplus Revenue and the Savings

Banks Funds. (D. Renton)Econ. J. 9: 18. Econ.

J. Q: 5^9.

Is it living on its Capital ? Contemp. 80: 24.

New Budget and Principles of Financial Policy.

(C. F. Bastable) Econ. J. 9: 204.
Revenue without Taxation. (R. Ewen) Westm.

153: 577.
War Budget. (F. W. Hirst) Econ. J. 10: 105.

Financial Policy, Twenty-five Years'. (J. Ackland)

Fortn. 71 : 969.

Financial Poltroonery. Westm. 151: 597.

Flora. Disappearance of Plants. (J. Vaughan)

Longm. 38: 218.

Some Additions for our Native Flora. (J.

Vaughan) Longm. 30: 160.

Foreign Office. (S. M. Williams) Munsey, 24: 743.

Foreign Opinion of. Quar. 191 : 560.

Foreign Policy. National, 38: 343. Same art. Liv.

Age, 231: 665.
The Crnx of. Fortn. 74: 295.

of the Liberal Party. Westm. 147: 617.

under Walpole. (B. Williams) Eng. Hist. R. 15 :

251-665. 16: 67-439.

Foreign Problems of, Unsolved. (C. Bill) Monthly

R. 4. no. 3: 51.

Foreign Undesirables. Blackw. 169: 279.

General Post Office Museum. (F. Steelcroft) Strand,

14: 216.



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Great Britain ; Geological Survey of the United King-
dom. Nature, 61: 181.

Government ; British Monarchy and Modern De-

mocracy. (W. S. Lilly) 1 9th Cent. 41 : 854. Same

art. Eel. M. 129: MS-

Cabinet Government. Spec. 80: 471.

Foreign Secretary from the House of Commons.

Spec. 80: 396.
Governing Oligarchy. (Sidney Low) Forum, 25:

203.

Imperialism, Cohesive Elements of. (Alleyne Ire-

land) Outl. 63: 101 1.

in 1901, Crisis in. (P. Cams) Open Court, 15: 301.
Where are we now? (E. B. Husband) Westm.

I55 : 477-

Industrial Problem of. (W. T. Allison) Cassier, 20:

65.

Industrial Supremacy of. (J. B. Alliott) Cassier,

19: 486.

Industrial Welfare of. (A. H. Church) Cassier, 19:

404.

Industry, Fifty Years of, from the Workman's

Point of View. (W. Greenwood) Econ. R. 10: 323.

Insanity ; Commissioners in Lunacy, Plea for Addi-

tional Commissioners. (Haguch) Westm. 151: 615.

Judiciary Personnel. Sat. R. 87: 40.

King, Parliament, and People. (J. McCarthy) Indep.

53: 764.

Test Declaration. (Sir G. S. Baker) igth Cent.

49: 698.

King's Changed Oath. Sat. R. 92: 38.

Labor and Politics in. (J. K. Hardie) Forum, 29:

726.

Laws, Codification of. (J. M'Laren) Jurid. R. 9: i.

Legislation in. 1897. (E. Porritt) Yale R. 6: 267.
1901. (E. Porritt) Yale R. 10: 313.

- Little Wars. (E. G. Testing) Un. Serv. M. 15: 429.

Military History. (T. M. Maguire) Un. Serv. M.

18: 202, 293.

Military Position. (Sir H. Havelock-Allan) Fortn.

68: 19.

Military Requirements of. (Sir G. S. Clarke) Fortn.

68: 637.
-Militia. (H. Maxwell) I9th Cent. 47: 208.

Militia Ballot. (J. R. W. V., Viscount De Vesci)

i9th Cent. 47: 223. (Baron Newton) National,
35: 982.

Money. The Queen's Head. (J. H. Schooling) Eng.

Illust. 17: 409.

National Debt, First Century of. Bank. M. (Lond.)

66: 694.

Reductions made in it. Bank. M. (Lond.) 63: 709.

Naval Engineers and Executive Rank. Sat. R. 91:

531. 92:48.

- Naval Questions of the Day. (H. W. Wilson) Fortn.

7 6: 2 39-

- Naval Weakness of. (Sir C. W. Dilke) Cassier, 12:

425.

Navy. (R. Appleyard) Fortn. 73: 615.

Administration from the Restoration to the Re-
formation. (J. R. Tanner) Eng. Hist. R. 12: 17,
679. 13: 26. 14: 47, 261.

Admiral Duncan and Naval Defence. Ed. R.
188: 197.

against a Coalition. (H. W. Wilson) Fortn. 60:

898.

and the Marines. Un. Serv. M. 15: 87.

and Money-bag. (D. Hannay) New R. 17: 60.

Are we misled about the Fleet ? (H. W. Wilson)

1 9th Cent. 47: 368.
Can we hold our own at Sea ? (T. A. Brassey)

Fortn. 70: 141.
Causes of Inefficiency in the. Un. Serv. M. 22: 562.



Great Britain ; Navy. Compulsion rs. Volunteering,

(C. Bridge) National, 35: 1003.
Decline and Restoration of. (E. Eardley-Wil-

mot) National, 36: 647.
Did Elizabeth starve and rob her Seamen ? (Sir

C. Bridge) i9th Cent. 50: 774.
Discipline in the Old. (H. W. Wilson) Macmil.

78: 94.
during Queen Victoria's Reign. (S. E. Wilraot)

Good Words, 40: 371.
An Eastern Navy. (D. C. Boulger) Contemp. 80:

538.

1837-97. (W. L. Clowes) Eng. Illust. 17: 499.

Electors and. (C. M. McHardy) National. 36: 196.

Engineering Department of. (C. M. Johnson)

Un. Serv. M. 19: 21.
Entering and Training of Naval Officers. Blackw.

162: 742.

Estimates, 1897-98. Blackw. 161 : 570.

for 1898-99. (H. W. Wilson) Sat. R. 85: 349.

Executive Officers of. Un. Serv. M. 18: 22.

Fleet, The, in Being. (P. H. Colomb) Un. Serv.

M. 17: 354-

Flogging in. (G. B. Shaw) Sat. R. 84: 368.

History of, Clowes's. (P. H. Colomb) Sat. R . 83 :

477. 85: 397.

Hannay's. (G. S. Clarke) Macmil. 77: 314.

Imperialization of. (S. D. Gordon) Belgra. 95 :

402.
in 1660, List of the. (C. S. Perceval) Archseol.

48: 167.
Latest Reconstruction of. (W. H. White) igth

Cent. 43: 534.
Lieutenants of the, "Worth their Weight in

Gold." Un. Serv. M. 24: 107.

Manoauvres of 199. Blackw. 1 66: 569.

of 1901. (C. Bellairs) Monthly R. 4, no. 3 : 36.
Mediterranean Fleet. (H, Newboltj Monthly R.

4, no. 3 : i . Sat. R. 91 : 698.
Missing British Cruisers. (A. S. Hurd) Fortn.

76: 1027.

National Defence. Ed. R. 185: 507.

Needsof. Sat. R. 91: 361. 92:39.

Our Amphibious Army. (F. T. Builen) Spec. 84:

10.

Our Defenceless. Westm. 155: 258.

Our Mediterranean Fleet. Chamb. J. 74: 337.

Our Naval Arrangements in the other Hemi-
sphere. (Sir J. C. R. Colomb) Fortn. 74: 262.

Our Vincible Navy. Westm. 150: 417.

Our Warships. (W. Allan) Contemp. 71 : 366.

Paymasters in. Un. Serv. M. 16: 134. 17: 58.

Position of. Ed. R. 193: 325. (Lord Brassey)

R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 17: 62.
Protection of Commerce in War Time. (C. Beres-

ford) Cassier, 14: 203. Same art., corrected, 14:

437.
Questions for the Council of Defence. (C. Beres-

ford) igth Cent. 41: 177.

Recruiting the. (S. D. Gordon) Belgra. 94: 195.

Relics of the Old. Chamb. J. 78 : 56.

Retardation of, by the Engineers' Strike. (A. S.

Hnrd) 19th Cent. 45: 477.
Roosevelt on, Mr. Clowes's Defence of. Macmil.

78: 238.

Some Facts and Fallacies. Fortn. 76: 249.

Spithead Review, 1897. (H. W. Wilson) igth

Cent. 41: 883. Spec. 79: 4.

Strength of. (A. S. Hurd) Cassier, 16: 171.

Training of Officers. (E. Fremantle) Monthly B.

2, no. 3: 20.

Training of Seamen in. (C. C. P. Fitzgerald) Na-
tional, 35: 625.



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Great Britain ; Navy, Twenty-four Millions on. (A.
B. Forwood) Contemp. 71: 852.

Volunteer Reserve. (K. W. Bulkeley) Sat. R.

92: 736.

Volunteers for the Fleet. (R. Appleyard) Fortii.

76: 26.

War Training of. (C. Bellairs) Monthly R. 2,

no. 2: 43.

Waste and Confusion in. (J. C. R. Colomb) Na-
tional, 35: 128.

" We are always Ready." (R. Appleyard) Fortn.
74 = 43.

Miss Weston's Work in. (C. Middleton) Sund.

M. 26: 677.
The Wrong Way with. (W. L. Clowes) Fortn.

67: 728.

on the War-path. (V. Holmstrem and Prince

Ookhtomsky) No. Am. 170: 34.

Parliament. From behind the Speaker's Chair.

(H. W. Lucy) Strand, 13: 26 16: 297.
Legislation in the Session of 1898. (E. Porritt)

Yale R. 7: 331.

Ministers and Directorships. Ed. R. 193: 378.

Municipal and Educational Legislation in 1899.

(E. Porritt) Yale R. 8: 289.

Need of Reform. (F. G. Baker) Sat. R. 89: 299.

of 1899 ; Record of the Session. (J. Herlihy)
Westm. 152: 383.

Parties and. Westm. 150: 357.

University Representation in. Sat. R. 87: 517.

Pessimism in. (A. Carnegie) igth Cent. 49: 901.

Same art. Eel. M. 137: 328.

Politics in, and Literature. (J. McCarthy) Indep.

53: 1544-
The British Czar [the General Elector]. (W. T.

Stead) R. of Rs. (N. Y.) 22: 585.
Conservatism of the British Democracy. (W. E.

H. Lecky) No. Am. 164: 216.

English Radicals. Ed. R. 191: 207.

in 1S97 ; Last Resort in Political Warfare. Spec.

79 = 396.
The Liberal Leadership. (J. G. Rogers) igth

Cent. 41: 17.

The Political Situation. Quar. 185: 559.

Revolt of Old Tories. Spec. 79: 545.

: State of the Opposition. Spec. 79: 168.

Wanted a Leader. Contemp. 72: 601.

Wanted a Policy. Contemp. 72: 761.

in 1898 ; The Failure of our Foreign Policy.

Contemp. 73: 457.

A Leader wanted. Westm. 150: 597.

Liberalism and Empire. (J. C. Rickett) Con-
temp. 74: 290.

The Military Amateurs. Contemp. 73: 335.

The National Liberal Federation. Contemp.

73: 298.

Our " Expert " Statesmen. Contemp. 73 : 628.

Popular Feeling and Liberal Opportunities.

Fortn. 69: 12.

Wanted ; a defeat. Contemp. 74: 297.

in 1899 ; Legislation. Parliamentary Inquiries,

and Official Returns. (E. Cannan) Econ. R. 9: 104-

535-

in 1900 ; A Cabinet of Commonplace. Fortn. 74 :

897.

The Colonial Office Myth. (C. de Thierry)

Contemp. 78: 365.

The Coming Dissolution. (F. A. White)

Westm. 154: 237.

The Coming Parliament. (J. McCarthy) In-
dep. 52: 2372.

A Cry for Capacity. (H. W. Massingham)

Contemp. 77: 298.



Great Britain, Politics in, in 1900. Economic Legisla-
tion of the Year 1M!. M. Barlow) Econ. J. 10: 91.
of 1900. (E. Porritt) Yale R. 9: 314.

Factories and Workshops Bill. (S. N. Fox)

Econ. J. 10: 258.

For Honor! For Fatherland. Westm. 153:

494.

General Election. Quar. 192: 565. Ed. R.

192: 526. Fortn. 74: 803. (H. W. Lucy) Fo-
rum, 30: 191.

and after. (J. A. Spender) Contemp. 78:

746.

Imperial Federation and the Liberal Party.

(J. A. M. Macdonald I Contemp. 77: 644.

Khaki Dissolution, A. National, 35: 721.

in 1901. (Duke of Argyll) No. Am. 172: 91.

(G. Smith) No. Am. 173: 294.

The Anti-national Party. (H. W. Wilson) Na-
tional, 37: 294.

The Anxiety of the Hour. (J. G. Rogers) igth

Cent. 50: 852.

A Conservative View. (S. Low) igth Cent. 49:

H7.

The Cry for Men. Fortn. 76: 189.

Decline of the Government. (H. Paul) Con-
temp. 79: 291.

The Deluge and after. Fortn. 76: 960.

The Government, the House, and the Country.

(T. W. Russell) Fortn. 75: 836.

The Imperial Problem. (J. A. M. Macdonald)

Contemp. 80: 479.

The Liberal Party. (J. A. M. Macdonald)

Contemp. 79: 639.

and its Differences. (J. A. Spender) Con-
temp. 80: 284.

A Liberal View. (Sir W. Reid) igth Cent. 49 :

I3.

National Fog. (H. Newbolt) Monthly R. 5,

no. 3: i.
- The New Parliament. (J. McCarthy) Indep.

52: 2619.
Our National Imbroglio. (J. Trist) Westm.

153: 40i.
The Out-going Government. (H. Whates)

Fortn. 74: 357. Same art. Liv. Age, 227: 137.
Paradox of Liberal Imperialism. (S. P. Kerr)

Westm. 156: 597.

Paralysis of Parliament. Quar. 194: 601.

Parties, and the Transvaal War. (R. Ogden)

Nation, 73: 46.

Politics, Party, and the War. Ed. R. 194: 503.

A Top-heavy Administration. (H. Paul) Con-
temp. 77: 892.

The Tory Futnre. Blackw. 167: 182.

Wanted Statesmen ! Fortn. 73 : 407.

Wanted, a Business Government. (E. Robert-
son) igth Cent. 50: 711.
Legislation, Parliamentary Inquiries, and Official

Returns. (E. Cannan) Econ. R. 7: 106-540. 8:

I0 9-533- I0: '07-53 1 - II: 105-494.
The Liberal Party and Local Veto. (F. Dolman)

Fortn. 71: 249.

Liberal Prospects. Westm. 151 : 117.

Liberals and Cross-Currents. Westm. 15* : 2 37.

Man in the Cabinet. National. 35: 61.

New Era in. (C. B. R. Kent) Macmil. 82: 393.

Muddle of. (E. L. Godkin) Nation. 68: 62.

"Our Own Times" and Oxford Liberals. Ed.'

R. 186: 483.
Parties, Domestic, and Imperial Government.

Quar. 192: 241.
Prosperity and Prospects of. (H. White) Nation,

71: 265.



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Great Britain, Politics in. Trade, and the Outlook.
K. (Jiffeii) Econ. J. 10: 295.

Recreant Leaders. Fortu. 71: i.

Settling Day. (G. C. Noel) Fortn. 71 : 3 26 -

Tyranny of the Party Whip. (J. D. Holms)

Westm. 150: 477.

Wanted a Man. Contemp. 75 : I 45-

\Vill the Liberals repent ? Westm. I5 1 : 6o6 -

Position of, in the World. Spec. 80: 331 . Same art.

Liv. Age, 217: 123.

Postal Pettifogging. (J. H. Heaton) igth Cent. 50:

- Problems and Policies for 1898. (W. T. Stead) R.

ofRs. (N. Y.)i?: i89.

Prosperity and Government Waste. (A. J. Wilson)

Contemp. 75- 47'

Ptolemy's Geography of. (H. Bradley) Archaeol.

48: 379.

- I; public of the United States of. (J. B. Walker)

Coemopol. 29: 401.

Sale of Goods Act, 1893. Has Section 4 made any

Change in the Law? (L. F. Cussen) Law Q. 13:
298.

:iic Geology of. (J. E. Marr) Sci. Prog. 7: 275.
|)ower of, Dangers to, under the Present Rules
,,f Naval Warfare. (N. Synnotti Fortn. 67: 568.

Shrinkage of. (H. Macfarlane) Good Words, 41:

763. Same art. Liv. Age, 227: 784. Same art.
K,I. M. 136: 163.

- Social Future of. (W. Clarke) Contemp. 78: 858.

.Statesmanship in. Fortn. 76: 635.

>t ron>: Men of. (D. Story) Munsey, 26: 396.

- Tariff Tendencies in. (T. G. Bowles) Forum, 27: 641.

Trade and Imperialism. Contemp. 76: 132, 282.

and Foreign with British Subjects. Spec. 79 : 364.
and German Competition. (A. W. Flux) Econ.

J. 7: 34.

British and Foreign. Spec. 79 : 364.

Danger to, Lord Rosebery on. (H. Birchenough)

igth Cent. 48: 1064.

Do Foreign Annexations injure ? (H. Birch-
enough) i9th Cent. 41 : 993.

W. M. <;. Mulhall) Contemp. 77: 383.

For.-ign. (D. MacG. Means) Nation, 69: 106.

Future of. (J. B. C. Kershaw) Fortn. 68: 732.

Geographical Conditions affecting. (G. C. Chis-

holm) Geog. J. 18: 424.

in 1H9S. (J. W. Cross) igth Cent. 45: 850.

in 1000. Sat.R. 91: 70.

with Germany and Belgium. (M. G. Mulhall)
Contemp. 72: 333.

within the Empire. (J. A. Baines) J. Statis. Soc.
61: i.

An Unarmed People. (W. A. Baillie-Grohman)

Fortn. 75: 527.

United Kingdom, Smith's. Ed. R. 192: i. (C.

M. Andrews) Am. Hist. R. 5: 738. (J. Bryce)
Nation, 70: 94.

France and Russia. (J. N. Hampson) National,
31: 52. Same art. Eel. M. 131: 159.

- Victorian, and its Future. (T. Davidson) Forum,

23: 629.

- War Office. (A. Griffiths) Fortn. 73 : 214. Blackw.

170: 146.

Admiralty, and Coaling Stations. (J. C. R.
('..Ion, |,i Monthly R. 3, no. 3: 15.

- A Business. (Sir R. Giffen) igth Cent. 50: T.
Conflicting Responsibility of Secretary and Com-
mander-in-chief. Sat. R. 91 : 292.

Insufficient Proposals of. (H. 0. Arnold-Forster)
i9thCent. 47: 554.

Its Duties. Pall Mall M. 21 : 225.

Organization of. Contemp. 79 : 38.



Great Britain ; War Office, Reform in, A Future for

(H. Gordon) Westm. 155: 244.
Report of, 1901, Danger of the. (S. Low) igth

Cent. 50: 227.

Why is Britain hated ? (F. E. S. Scholes) Westm.

153: 6 43-

Great Catch, A. (P. A. de Alarc6n) Liv. Age, 213: 404.
Great Central Railway of England. (C. G. Harper)

Fortn. 71: 586.
Great Circle on the Celestial Sphere. (0. E. Harmon)

Pop. Astron. 4: 555.
Great Electric Trust ; a story. (Francis Lynde) Cos-

mopol. 14: 395.
Great Game of Checkers, A ; a story. (G. W. Rose)

McClure, 9: 664.
Great God Ram, The. (W. L. Armstrong) Atlan. 81 :

43-
Great Gold Robbery, A ; a story. (B. Copplestone)

Green Bag, 12: 397. Same art. Corah. 77: 518.

Same art. Liv. Age, 217: 535.

Great Good Place, The. (H. James) Scrib. M. 27: 99.
Great-great-grandmother's Adventure, a Kentucky

Sketch. (Ella H. Johnson) Midland, 7: 543.
Great Grey Heron and the Two Little Peewits. (J. S.

Thomson) Good Words, 40: 775.
Great Heresy Trial of the Rev. Epaphroditus Plum-

mer. (C. A. Stanley) Cent. 39: 882.
Great Invitation, The ; a story. (A. Macdonell i Mac-
mil. 84: 284.

Great Man Theory of Progress. Liv. Age, 219: 306.
Great Men and Evolution, Mallock on. (F. H. Gid-

dings) Book R. 5: 391.

Present Dearth of. Sat. R. 92: 264.

Their Simplicity and Ignorance. (M. MacDonagh)

Cornh. 78: 498. Same art. Eel. M. 131: 683.
Same art. Liv. Age, 219: 378.

Great Middleville Cyclone ; a story. (W. L. Alden)
Pall Mall M. n: 274.

Great Salt Lake Trail, Inman and Cody's. Bk. Buyer,
18: 409.

Great Secretary-of-State Interview, The. (J. L. Wil-
liams) Scrib. M. 24: 540.

Great Stone of Sardis ; a novel. (F. R. Stockton) Har-
per, 95: 19-899.

Great Woodchuek Race at Stubbs Farm. (J. 0. Wliit-
temore) Outing, 39: 214.

Greater Game, The. (C. D. Haskins) Liv. Age, 226:
589.

Greater Love hath no Man. (I. M. Strobridge) Arena,
21: 335-

Greatest of these, The. (H. B. Fuller) Atlan. 80: 762.

Greatness, True. (A. Maclaren) Chaut. 28: 155.

Greece ; American Excavations in Sparta and Corinth.
(J. Gennadius) Forum, 24: 619.

Our Learned Philhellenes. (H. D. Traill) Fortn.

67: 504. Same art. Liv. Age, 213: 367.

Peasant of. (E. M. Cesaresco) Contemp. 72: 887.

and Asia. Ed. R. 194: 28.

and Crete. (W. J. Stillman) Nation, 64: 433.

Spec. 78: 260, 496.

a poem. (A. C. Swinburne) igth Cent. 41 : 337.

Perris's. Sat. R. 83: 647.

and the Eastern Question. (B. I. Wheeler) Atlan.

79: 72i.

and Europe. (F. A. Maxse) National, 29: 352.

and Ireland. (E. M. Lynch) Gent. M. n. s. 65: 43.

and the Powers. Spec. 78: 224.

Government by Possession. Spec. 79: 360.

and Roumania. (C. W. Super) Nation, 65: 128.

Archaeology in, 1900-01. (R. C. Bosanquet) J. Hel.

Stud. 21 : 334.

Athens, Boeotia, and Corinth. (R. B. Richardson)

Chaut. 33: 164.



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Greece, The Bicycle in. (R. B. Richardson) Nation,
68: 198.

The Case against. Fortn. 67 : 772.

Dawn of. Qiiar. IQ4 : 2l8 -

Excavations in, American. (J. Gennadius) Forum,

22: 607. 23: 50, 432. 24: 372.

The Spade before the Sword. (J. R. S. Sterrett)

Nation, 64: 318, 354.

Fate of . (E. J. Dillon) Contemp. 72: i.

Holm's History of. (J. R. Smith) Dial (Ch.) 22: 216.

25: 468. Ath. '98, i: 266. Sat. R. 83: 583.

Ignominy of Europe. (T. Davidson) Forum, 23: 282.

in ltt7. (W. B. Harris) Blackw. 162: 286.

Intervention in Crete, Motive of. (W. J. Stillman)

Nation, 64: 200.

Lawsuits in Athens. (A. H. Nelson) Green Bag, 12 :

479-

Modern. Acad. 61 : 127. (C. E. Lloyd) Cosmopol.

22: 587. (J. S. Blackie^ Forum, 23: 113.

Social Life in. (E. Capps) Chaut. 24: 545.

' My Sixty Days in. (B. L. Gildersleeve) Allan. 79:
199, 301, 630.

Myeenajan Age in, Recent Discoveries in. (C. Wald-

stein) No. Am. 172 : 43*.

A New Archaeological Law for. (Edward Capps)

Nation, 69: 88.

Older Civilization of . Nature, 64: n.

Patriot Songs of . (I. F. Mayo) Good Words, 38: 275.

Same art. Liv. Age, 213: 484.

Prehistoric. Quar. 188: 90.

Ridgeway's Early Age of. (T. D. Seymour) Nation,

73 = 494.

IJnyal Family of. (B. I. Wheeler) Cent. 32: 139.

Soldiers of. (E. Gardner) Sat. R. 83: 435.

Some Things we owe to. (C. C. Taylor) Chaut. 31:

613.

- Uprising of. (C. W. Dilke ; D. N. Botassi) No. Am.

164: 453.

- Wai- of Independence, 1821-33. (R. P. Keep) Na-

tion. 65: 522.

War of 1897. (C. Williams) Fortn. 67 : 959. With

map. Pub. Opin. 22: 522. (G. Eastman) Chaut.
25: 34S.

as I saw it. (B. Burleigh) Fortn. 68: 134.

Catastrophe of. (W. J. Stillman! Nation, 64: 374.

Defeat of Greece. Spec. 78: 612.

Downfall of Greece. (H. W. Wilson) National,

29: 525. Same art. Eel. M. 129: 119. (H. Nor-
man) Scrib. M. 22: 399.

Expenses of. Spec. 78: 586.

Glimpse of. (C. E. Callwell) Blackw. 162: 165.

The Greek Resolve. Spec. 78: 648.

The Greeks and their Lesson. (A. Gaye) Mac-
mil. 7 6: 334-

How the Greeks were defeated. (Frederick

Palmer) Forum, 24: 350.
- In the Wake of. (J. Ralph) Harper, 96: 548.

Mistakes of. Sat. R. 84: 333.

Nevinson's. (W. Huysche) Sat. R. 85: 723.

The Powers and. (T. S. Woolsey) Forum. 23 : 5 1 3.

With the Greek Soldiers. (R. H. Davis) Harper,

95 : 813.

Year of Shame for England. Westm. 149: 117.

Greek, and Turk. Spec. 78: 364.

Modern, as a Fighting Man. (B. I. Wheeler) No.

Am. 164: 609.

Greeks, Modern, Cowardice of. Sat. R. 84: 456.
Greek and Latin Proper Names, English Pronunciation

of. (G. Hempl) School R. 6: 412.
Greek Art in Asia. (C. R. Conder) Scot. R. 30: 340.
Greek Boys, Education of. (F. E. Whitaker) Pop. Sci.

Mo. 53: 809.
Greek Church, Hore's Orthodox. Church Q. 51 : 4'3.



Greek Drama, Prof. Murray on. (H. S. Edwards)
Theatre, 38: 322.

Rise of. (W. C. Lawton) Sewanee, 9: 156.
Greek Dramatists, Husbandry in the. (E. M. Cesar-

esco) Contemp. 72: 119.

Greek Elegy, The. (W. P. Trent) Sewanee, 6: i.
Greek Folk as revealed in their Poetry. (J. S. Stuart -

Glennie) Scot. R. 32: 113.
Greek Games. (W. McK. Bryant) New World, 9:

Greek History and Greek Monuments. (P. Gardner)

Atlan. 84: 183.
Greek Idealism in Common Tilings of Life. (S. H.

Butcher) Educa. R. 22: 240.
Greek Independence, War of, Phillips's. (J. I. Manatt)

Am. Hist. R. 3: 537.
Greek Landscape and Architecture. (A. Higgins) M.

of Art, 22: 33.



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