JAMES, HENRY. The Letters of Robert, OOKHTOMSKY, PRINCE. Great Britain on
Louis Stevenson, 61.

the War Path, 34.
Japan-Japan and Russia in the Far East, Origin, Duration and Outcome of the War,

609; The Powers and the Partition of 6.
China, 634.

Origin of the Negro Race, The, 656.
John Ruskin, 553.

Orthodoxy-After Orthodoxy, What? 583.

Our European Trade, 528.
LACY, GEORGE. Some Boer Characteristics, Our Rule in the Philippines, 272.

OWEN, John F. The Military Situation in
LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE, Chief Causes South Africa, 145.

of Discontent in India, 384.
Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, The, 61. Parliament, Congress and, 78.
LEYDS, W.J. Origin, Duration and Out- PECHENARD, P. L. The End o.

come of the War, 6.

canism" in France, 420.
Literature, Modern Persian, 827.

PEFFER, W. A. The Trust in Politics, 244.'
LORNE, THE MARQUIS OF. Realities of the Personal Rule in South Africa, The Danger
South African War, 305.

of, 225.

Philippines--A Filipino Appeal to the Peo-
MABINI, APOLINARIO. A Filipino Appeal ple of the United States, 54; Our Rule in

to the People of the United States, 54. the Philippines, 272; Eastern Commerce:
MACVANE, S. M. Could the War Have What is it Worth? 293.
Been Avoided ? 335.

PHILLIPS, CLAUDE. The Picture Gallery
Maddison, F. Why British Workmen of the Hermitage, 134.
Condemn the War, 518.

Picture Gallery of the Hermitage, The, 134.
MAHAN, A. T. The Merits of the Transvaal Poet, A Neglected American, 694.
Dispute, 312.

Poetry - Poems by Carmen Sylva, 448;
McCarthy, Justin. Disappearing Authors, “ The Shadowy Waters," 711.

Politics, The Trust in, 244.
Masox, W. E. Food Adulterations, 548. PORTER, ROBERT P. Our European Trade,
Meeting of the Olympian Games, The, 802. 528.
Merits of the ''ransvaal Dispute, The, Power of Mr. Moody's Ministry, The, 263.

Powers and the Partition of China, The, 634.
MERRIAM, WILLIAM R. The Census of President's War Power and an Imperial
1900, 99,

Tariff, The, 433.
MIKHAILOFF, M. The Great Siberian Rail Presidential Campaign, The Issue in the, 753.

Proposed Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, The, 357.
Military Problems in South Africa, 192. Puerto Rico, The United States and, 464.
Military Situation in South Africa, The,

Race Problem, Will Education Solve the,
Ministry, The Power of Mr. Moody's, 263. 785.
Mistaken Sympathy with Republics, 480. RADZIWILL, Princess CATHERINE. Cecil
MIVART, ST. GEORGE. Roman Congrega Rhodes's Future, 857.
tions and Modern Thought, 562.

Railway, The Great Siberian, 593.
Modern Persian Literature, 827.

Realities of the South African War, 305.
Modern Thought, Roman Congregations Reid, Gilbert. The Powers and the Par-
and, 562.

tition of China, 634.
MOMMSEN, THEODOR. German Feeling Responsibility of Cecil Rhodes, The, 318.

Toward England and America, 240. Republics, Mistaken Sympathy With, 480.
Moody's Ministry, The Power of Mr., 263. Rhodes, Cecil, The Responsibility of, 348.
MOORE, GEORGE. Some Characteristics of Roman Congregations and Modern 'Thought,
English Fiction, 504.

Murdoch, JAMES. Japan and Russia in Ross, E. Denison. Modern Persian Liter-
the Far East, 609.

ature, 827.

Runcie, J. E. American Misgovernment
Natal, The Afrikanders in, 212.

of Cuba, 284.
National Guard, The Future of the, 730. Ruskin, John, 553.
Neglected American Poet, A, 694.

Russia- The Great Siberian Railway, 593;
Negro Race, The Origin of the, 656.

Japan and Russia in the Far East, 609;
NEWCOMB, Simon. Science and the Gov The Powers and the Partition of China,
ernment, 666.

634; British and Russian Diplomacy, 871;
North, EDWARD P. The Erie Canal and

Antagonism of England and Russia, 881.
Transportation, 121.
Novels, Some, of 1899, 253.

SAVAGE, Minor J. After Orthodoxy,

What? 585.
bligation of Empire, An, 493.

Olympian Games, The Meeting of the, 802. American Poet, 694.

way, 593.


Science and the Government, 666.

Africa, 145; Strategical Problems in South
Scientific Method in Theology, The, 575. Africa, 168; Military Problems in South
“Shadowy Waters, The,” 711.

Africa, 192; The Dutch in South Africa,
SHEARMAN, THOMAS G. Mistaken Sym 198; The Afrikanders in Natal, 212; The
pathy With Republics, 480.

Danger of Personal Rule in South Africa,
SHINN, GEORGE WOLFE. What Has Be 225; Realities of the South African War,
come of Hell? 837.

305; The Merits of the Transvaal Dispute,
SHIPPARD, Sir SIDNEY. How England 312; The Doom of the Boer Oligarchies,

Should Treat the Vanquished Boers, 812. 327; America's Attitude Toward England,
Siberian Railway, The Great, 593.

Could the War Have Been Avoided ?
Some Characteristics of English Fiction, 335; America and the War, 337; The

Responsibility of Cecil Rhodes, 348; Why
Some Novels of 1899, 253.

British Workmen Condemn the War, 518;
South African Republic--Origin, Duration A French General's Defense of the Boers,

and Outcome of the War, 6; England and 538; Why England Should Stop the War,
the Transvaal, 9; England, the Transvaal 646; How Englaand Should "Treat the
and the European Powers, 25; Great Brit Vanquished Boers, 812; Cecil Rhodes's
ain on the War Path, 34; Some Boer Future, 857.
Characteristics, 43; The Military Situa- Treaty, The Proposed Hay-Pauncefote, 357.
tion in South Africa, 145; Strategical Trust in Politics, The, 244.
Problems in South Africa, 168; Military
Problems in South Africa, 192; The Dutch United States-A Filipino Appeal to the
in South Africa, 198; The Afrikanders in People of the United States, 54; Our
Natal, 212; The Danger of Personal Rule Rule in the Philippines, 272; Eastern
in South Africa, 225; Realities of the Commerce: What is it Worth? 295; The
South African War, 305; The Merits of Proposed Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, 357;
the Transvaal Dispute, 312; The Doom of Are Homogeneous Divorce Laws in Ali
the Boer Oligarchies, 327 ; America's At the States Desirable ? 405; The United
titude Toward England, 332; Could the States and Puerto Rico, 464; Our Euro-
War Have Been Avoided ? 335; America pean Trade, 528; The Powers and the
and the War, 337; The Responsibility of Partition of China, 634; Science and the
Cecil Rhodes, 348; Why British Work Government, 666; The Future of the Na-
men Condemn the War, 518; A French tional Guard, 730; The Issue in the Presi-
General's Defense of the Boers, 538; Why dential Campaign, 753.
England Should Stop the War, 646; How
England Should Treat the Vanquished Voigt, J. C. The Afrikanders in Natal,
Boers, 812; Cecil Rhodes's Future, 857.

STANLEY, SIR HENRY M. The Origin of Volunteer System, The British, 745.

the Negro Race, 656.

geneous Divorce Laws in All the States War, 449.
Desirable ? 405.

War, Origin, Duration and Outcome of the,'6.
Stevenson, The Letters of Robert Louis, 61. We Are Too Much Governed, 367.
STRATON, JOHN Roach. Will Education What Has Become of Hell? 837.
Solve the Race Problem ? 785.

White, MONTAGU. The Danger of Per-
Sylva, CARMEN. Poems, 448.

sonal Rule in South Africa, 225.

WHITMAN, SIDNEY. German Feeling
Tariff, Imperial, The President's War Power Toward England and America, 240;
and an, 433.

Translation of Poems by Carmen Sylva,
TEMPLE, The Rt. Hon. Sir RICHARD. Great 446.
Britain in Asia, 897.

Why British Workmen Condemn the War,
Theology, The Scientific Method in, 575. 518.
Townsend, George Alfred. A Neglected Why England Should Stop the War, 646.
American Poet, 694.

Will Education Solve the Race Problem?
Trade, Our European, 528.

Transportation, The Erie Canal and, 121. WOODWARD, B. D. The Exposition of
Transvaal-Origin, Duration and Outcome 1900, 472.

of the War, 6; England and the Trans-
vaal, 9; England, the Transvaal and the Yeats, W. B. "The Shadowy Waters,"
European Powers, 25; Great Britain on 711.
the War Path, 34; Some Boer Character-
istics, 43; The Military Situation in South ZOLA, ÉMILI War, 449.

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