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VOL. CCXXII. .
VOLUMES FROM CCII. TO CCXXI. INCLUSIVE,
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET.
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Abbey Theatre, Dublin, reconstruc- Aberdeen, Lord, Foreign Secretary,
207, 304—character of his policy,
220, 302, 305—Prime Minister, 586
-Queen Victoria's appreciation of
him, 207, 581—correspondence with
her, 590—his Ministry, 220, 302.
in the Balkan Problem, 218, 477. 221, 576.
letters to the King of Egypt, 212, of 'Lâtah,' 218, 135.
Abu Jir, 212, 351.
tion of wild animals, 214, 341.
'The Sayings of Muhammad, 207, 411-character of his reign,
412-416_relations with Venice,
Duchess Chiara, Regent of
Athens, 207, 421-her relations
with Contarini, ib.-murdered, ib.
Donato, Gonfaloniere of Flor-
ence, 207, 407.
ment of Athens, 207, 421
ADENET LE ROI.
surrenders to the Turks, 422-pre- appropriation of Church property,
Mirabeau, 182 - on the downfall
to the work of M. Aulard, 184
opinion of Danton, 186—the fall
of the Girondins, 187mdepiction of
473- on the belief of Catholics,
Actors, their influence on plays, 219,
Descartes, 219, 48 et seq.
de la Revanche,' 215, 363-368—
her salon, 363—characteristics, ib.
-style of her writing, 314-her
revelation of Gambetta's real cha-
--, M. Paul, Vues d'Amérique,'
Adamklissi, the trophy of, 204, 130.
ningham, The Swiss Confedera-
army system, 204.
Addington, Lord, his graduated
income tax, 206, 332.
of The United States in the
Twentieth Century,' 207, 28.
dedication of his Travels' to Dr
Swift, 218, 56.
Cléomades,' 423-426 -- his geo- Aflalo, F. G., "The Genius of the
Africa, table of nominal and market
value of British investments, 207,
natives for independence, 212, 141
-the forest area, 219, 456—amount
of timber imported and exported,
, Central, the work of mission-
aries, 221, 238.
-, East, the timber supply, 219,
210, 667; 221,437—his methods as
North, the timber supply, 219,
South, result of the Boer war
202, 280; 211, 214; 216, 224.
and Lord Milner, 203,
277. See Milner.
causes of the Boer war,
and the Government,
204, 375. See Government.
histories of the war in,
result of the grant of self-
government, 209, 256—grievances
of the 'retrenched' British offi.
cials, 257–Chinese labour, 258.
from, 209, 432_relations between
Cape Colony, ib.-history of the
Transvaal, 436—the Outlanders,
ib.--Lord Milner's policy of recon-
struction, 437-introduction of the
Chinese, ib.-antagonism between
capital and labour, 438-result of
Amir, 202, 337—his views of the Boers, Africanders and Hollanders,
ists, 442-ascendancy of the Dutch,