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Anglo-Saxon Peril, German invention
of the, 572.

Armenians, the, of the Caucasus, 786.
Armoured battleship, difference between
the sailing-ship of the line and the,
445 et seq.

Army of India, Lord Curzon's adminis-
tration of the, 731 et seq.

Army reforms in India, Mr Brodrick's,
427 et seq.

Ashestiel, Sir Walter Scott's connection
with, 836.

"Auld Maitland," authorship of the
ballad of, 837.
AULD REEKIE, 92.

'Balkan Question, the,' edited by Luigi
Villari, notice of, 354 et seq.
Baltic fleet, the, in Japanese waters,
117 et seq.-Togo's preparations for
attacking, 121-the attack on, 122
- the destruction of, 124

et seq.

et seq.
Banks and bankers, financial standing
of, 654.
"Banner" and "standard," modern
usage of the terms, 35.
Beehive-dwellings, the, on the Island of
the Saints, 250.

Beleaguered Legations of Peking, nar-
rative of the, 627 et seq.
BIGOTRIES, ANGLING, 199.

BLAZON, ON THE GENTLE ART OF, 26.
Bright, John, reminiscences of, 46.
BRITISH WOODLANDS: AS THEY ARE

AND AS THEY OUGHT TO BE, 610.
Brodrick, Mr, Army reforms of, in India,
427 et seq.

Bulgaria, attempts to annex Macedonia
to, 353 et seq.

CAPTIvity, Her, 325.
CAUCASUS, THE FROSTY, 781.
Caucasus, the, game found in, 783-
races of, ib.
government of, by
Russia, 784-the Armenians of, 786
-the Georgians of, 788-danger of
a holy war in, 791.
Cavers standard, the, 38.
CHICANE, 824.

Church of Scotland, change with regard
to subscription of the Confession of
Faith by ministers of the, 852.
CHURCHES, THE SCOTTISH: THE PRE-
SENT AND FUTURE, 849.

Circassians, costume of the, 781.

Clubs, some of the old Edinburgh, 102.
Confession of Faith, change with re-
gard to subscription of the, by
ministers of the Church of Scot-
land, 852.

CONVERSION, A STRANGE, 1.
COTTAGE AND FARMHOUSE LODGINGS,
364.

COTTAGE OF THE KINDLY LIGHT, THE,
496.

Crest, meaning of, in heraldry, 29.
Criminal population, difficulty in be-
coming rid of our, 644 et seq.
CRISIS, THE MOROCCO, 293.
Currency reforms, Lord Curzon's Indian,
723 et seq.

Curzon, Lord, causes of resignation of,
as Governor-General of India, 427 et
seq.-sympathetic administration of
India by, 718 et seq. - the Frontier
policy of, 722-partition of the Punjab

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by, 723-currency reforms of, ib. et
seq. amelioration and prevention
of famine by, 725-irrigation works
undertaken by, 726-preservation of
ancient monuments and historic build-
ings by, 728-attitude of, towards the
Persian Gulf question, 729-admin-
istration of the army of India by,
731 et seq.-regretted resignation of,
733.

CURZON, LORD, LORD KITCHENER, AND

MR BRODRICK, 427.
Dalhousie, Lord, correspondence of the
second Earl Granville with, 794.
Dickens, Charles, the streets of London
as depicted by, 652.
DISCIPLINE, A RETURN TO, 334.
DISSOLUTION, No, 127.

Douglas fir, cultivation of the, in Scot-
land, 615.

DRAKE AND TOGO COMPARED, 150.
Dry-fly v. wet-fly controversy, the, 204

et seq.

Dynamitards, some doings of, 649 et seq.
Edinburgh, present-day aspect of, 93
et seq.-demolition of historic mansions
in, 96-the ancient Cross of, 97-the
High Street of, ib. et seq.-the Tol-
booth of, 99-the Parliament House
in, 100-the clubs of, 102-the old-
time ladies of, 105-the literati of,
106-the Toryism of, 108.
EDUCATION? 142.

EDUCATION, NAVAL: ITS PAST AND
FUTURE, 445.

Eilean na Naoimh or the Island of the
Saints, description of, 246-the bee-
hive-dwellings on, 250-panorama
seen from, 252.

Elibank, the story of Meg Murray of,
836.

Engineer element, the, in modern war-
vessels, 744 et seq.

'Eye Witness in Manchuria, an,' by
Lord Brooke, notice of, 396.
Falconry, the sport of, in Chitral, 212

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Famine in India, Lord Curzon's attempt

to ameliorate and prevent, 725.

FESTIVAL, AN IRISH, 407.

FIFTY-TWO POUND SALMON, A, 553.
"First Offenders Act," results of the,
647.

Fishers, suitable dress for, 199-proper

rod and tackle for, 200 et seq.-various
flies used by, 204 et seq.

Fitzmaurice, Lord Edmond, notice of
the Life of the Second Earl Gran-
ville' by, 792 et seq.

'Forester, the, a Practical Treatise on
British Forestry and Arboriculture
for Landowners, Land- agents, and

Foresters,' by John Nisbet, notice of,
612 et seq.

Fox, Charles James, dissolute habits of,
569 and note-tactics of, in Opposi-
tion, 604-refuses to enter the Cabinet,
606 becomes Secretary of State in
Coalition Ministry, 607-defeat of, on
the India Bill, 609.
Franking of letters, Pitt's enactments
as to the, 754.

Free Church of Scotland, points settled
regarding the, by the recent judgment
of the House of Lords, 851.
Frontier policy of Lord Curzon in India,
the, 722.

FROSTY CAUCASUS, THE, 781.

Gaelic League in Ireland, aims of the,
407 et seq.

Game-preserves, effect of, on profitable
forestry, 624.

GENTLEMAN, A HIGHLAND, 42.
Georgians, the, of Trans-Caucasia, 788

-Russian misgovernment of, 789.
GERMAN TOWN, IN AND ABOUT a, 804.
GERMANY, A REST-CURE PENSION IN,
675.

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, THE, 165.
Governor-General of India, powers of
the, 182 et seq., 428.

Granville, Earl, maiden speech of, in
the House of Commons, 792-enters
the House of Lords, 793-appoint-
ments of, in the Cabinet, ib. -cor-
respondence of, with Lord Dalhousie,
794-the Queen supported by, in the
Cabinet, 796-again becomes Foreign
Secretary, 797-supports Mr Glad-
stone's Home Rule policy, 800 et seq.
-his leadership of the Liberal party
in the House of Lords terminated,
803-estimate of his character as a
statesman, ib.

GRANVILLE, THE SECOND EARL, 792.
GREAT VICEROYALTY, A, 718.
GRIP OF THE LAND, THE, 503.
GUN, WITH MY, I., 339-II., 534.
Harcourt, Sir William, anecdote of, 47.
Hartington, Lord, opposition of, to
Gladstone's Home Rule policy, 801

et seq.
HARTLEY,

RICHARD, PROSPECTOR,
Chaps. XII., XIII., 62-XIV., 254-
XV., XVI., 374-XVII., XVIII., 525
-XVIII. (continued), 695-XIX. (Con-
clusion), 841.

Hastings, Warren, the impeachment of,
751 et seq.

Hawkins, Sir Henry (Lord Brampton),
anecdote of, 646.

'Heavenly Twins, the,' hostility to
matrimony shown in, 17.
Hei-kou-tai, the battle of, 395 et seq.
HER CAPTIVITY, 325.

Heraldry, reviving interest in, 27-the

study of, 29-misconceptions regard-
ing terms in, ib. et seq.-use of the
verb "to blazon" in, 40.
'Heretics' by G. K. Chesterton, notice
of, 137 et seq.

High Street of Edinburgh, ancient
grandeur of the, 97 et seq.
Highland factor, the duties of a, 42.
HIGHLAND GENTLEMAN, A, 42.
Historic mansions of Edinburgh, de-
molition of the, 96.

"HISTORY" VINDICATED, MY, 477.
Home Rule policy, Mr Gladstone's,
Earl Granville's support of, 800-
Lord Hartington's opposition to,

801.

HORSES, SWAPPING: MILITARY SUB-
MARINE MINING, 288.

House of Lords, points settled by the
recent judgment of the, regarding
the Presbyterian Churches in Scot-
land, 850 et seq.
Huntly standard, the, 36.
Imperial Council of India, composition
of the, 184 et seq.

IN AND ABOUT A GERMAN Town, 804.
India Bill, contest between Fox and
Pitt on the first, 608, 749-passing of
the second, 750.
India, responsibility of Britain towards,
165-popular ignorance in Britain re-
garding, 166-development of con-
stitutional government in, ib. et seq.—
Pitt's Bill of 1784 with respect to,
171, 608-subsequent legislation
affecting, 173 et seq.-powers of the
Governor-General of, 182 et seq., 428
-the Imperial Council of, 184 et seq.
-Mr Brodrick's Army reforms in, 427
et seq.-Lord Curzon's sympathetic
rule of, 718 et seq.-various reforms
effected in, by Lord Curzon, 722 et seq.
-Lord Curzon's military administra-
tion of, 731 et seq.

INDIA, THE GOVERNMENT of, 165.
Indian army, Lord Curzon's administra-
tion of the, 731 et seq.
Infernal machine, story of a, 649.
INTERNATIONAL "PERILS," 564.

LAND, THE GRIP OF THE, 503.
Lang, Andrew, strictures of T. D. Wan-
liss on vol. iii. of the History of
Scotland' by, 477 et seq.


LEADING CASES, THE VROUW GROBE-
LAAR'S VIII., The Sacrifice, 460-
The Coward, 466. IX., Her Own
Story, 657.

"Leah Kleschna," the drama of, 135
et seq.

Legations at Peking, description of the
various, 629-siege of the, 631-relief
of the, 633 et seq.-last act of drama
at the, 637.

Liberated convict, story of a, 643.
LIFE, LOVE OF, 765.

'Life of the Second Earl Granville' by
Lord Edmond Fitzmaurice, notice of,

792 et seq.

Limited liability companies, the floating
of, 653.

LIONS, MAN-HUNTING BY, 192.
LODGINGS, COTTAGE AND FARMHOUSE,
364.

LONDON, THE STREETS OF, 640.

LORD CURZON, LORD KITCHENER, AND
MR BRODRICK, 427.
LOVE OF LIFE, 765.

Lyne Water, the associations of, 835.
MACEDONIA, THE SITUATION IN, 353.
Maciver, Evander, the parentage and
early training of, 45-becomes factor
to the Duke of Sutherland, 46 et
seq.-the rule of, 48-the "passing"
of, 49.

MADONNA, SLUMBER - SONGS OF THE,

819.

MAN-HUNTING BY LIONS, 192.
Marine engineer, training of a, for the

Navy, 456 et seq.-place of the, in a
modern war-vessel, 744 et seq.
Marine, the, respective duties of the
seaman and, 743-probable change in
the services of, 744 et seq.
Market-cross of Edinburgh, the ancient,

97.

'Marriage of William Ashe, the,' by
Mrs Humphry Ward, notice of,

17.

Iona, the settlement of St Columba in, Matrimony, the treatment of, by mod-

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ern novelists, 16-hostility to, in
'The Heavenly Twins,' 17-handling
of, in Mrs Ward's new novel, ib.

et seq.
'Memoirs of a Highland Gentleman,
being the Reminiscences of Evander
Maciver of Scourie,' review of, 42 et
seq.

Metropolis, the two police forces of the,
641 et seq.
'Military Operations and Maritime Pre-
ponderance: Their Relations and In-
terdependence,' by Colonel C. E.
Callwell, notice of, 150 et seq.

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Montrose, the discomfiture of, at Philip. No DISSOLUTION, 127.

haugh, 839.

MOROCCO CRISIS, THE, 293.

MRS HUMPHRY WARD, A WORD WITH,
16.

Muckle-mou'd Meg Murray of Elibank,
the story of, 836.
Mukden, concentration

of Russian
troops at, 266 et seq.-the battle of,
574 et seq.

MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD :-

July: Mr Bernard Shaw, 133-
Plays and the Playgoer, 134-Mr Ches-
terton, 137-Paradox and Pretence,
138-The French Symbolists, 140.

August: The Tyranny of the In-
come-Tax, 279-An Instrument of
Humiliation, ib.-The Irresponsible
Elector, 280-Robbery of the Exempt,
281-An Exhibition of Mezzotint En-
gravings, 284-The Art of Portrait-
ure: Ancient and Modern, 285-The
Degradation of the Camera and the
Illustrated Journal, 286.

September: Things of France, 417-
A changed Press, ib.-The new En-
tente, 418-What does it mean? 420-
The Politics of Feeling, ib.-Diplom-
acy by Journalism, 421-The Farce
of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 422
-La Politesse envers M. Roosevelt, 424
-The Press in Peace and War, ib.

October: Diplomacy on the House-
top, 545-The Triumph of Mr Roose-
velt, 546-International Busybodies,
547-M. Witte's Cunning, 548-
How Peace was received in Russia
and Japan, 549-Harold Parsons, 550.

November: Vulgarity and its Cure,
710-The Snob in Ancient Times, ib.
-The Craving for News, 711-The
Love of Crowds, 712-The Worship
of Speed, ib.-The Decay of Taste,
713-The Bogey of Inefficiency, 714
-England and Japan, ib.

December: The Approaching Elec-
tion, 857-Apology and Vituperation,
ib.-The Results of the last Cam-
paign, 858-The Licensing Act, ib.-
Education or Religious Fanaticism,
859-A Triumphant Foreign Policy,
ib. Lack of Employment and its
Remedy, 860-The Exodus of Master-
pieces, 862-The "Venus" of Velas-
quez, 863.

MY "HISTORY" VINDICATED, 477.
NAVAL EDUCATION: ITS PAST
FUTURE, 445.

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NAVAL OFFICER, THE PAST
FUTURE, 735.

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Navy, the, former system of training
for, 447-changes in education for,
448 et seq.-proposals regarding train-
ing for, 454 et seq.

Norwegian river, fishing for salmon in
a, 553 et seq.

Novar woods, income from the, 619.
Oak, comparative merits of the two
species of, 623.

OFFICER, THE NAVAL PAST AND
FUTURE, 735.

Oireachtas or Convocation, meeting of
the, in Dublin, 407 et seq.

Old-time ladies, the Edinburgh, 105.
ON THE GENTLE ART OF BLAZON, 26.
"OULD TUNES, THE," 639.

"Outlaw Murray," ballad of the, 838.
Parliament House of Edinburgh, de-
scription of the, 100.

Parsons, Harold, remarkable career of,
550 et seq.

PEKING, AUGUST 1900, 627.

Peking, description of the city of, 628
-the Legations at, 629-a triumphal
march through, 637.

Pension, a German, for rest-cure, situa-
tion of, 677-description of, 679
life at, 681 et seq.-dietary at, 684-
some inmates of, 685 et seq.

Percy standard, the, 36 et seq.

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'PERILS," INTERNATIONAL, 564.
Persian Gulf, Lord Curzon's assertion of
Britain's rights in the, 729.
Philiphaugh, the battlefield of, 839.
PIG, TO A FAT, 351.

Pitt, William, early education of, 591 et
seq.-first year of London life spent
by, 596-takes his seat in the House
of Commons, 599-appointed Chan-
cellor of the Exchequer, 603—offered
the Premiership, 607 contest be-
tween Fox and, on the India Bill,
608, 749-invited by the king to form
a government, 609, 747-conduct of
the House of Commons by, 748 et seq.
-passing of the second India Bill by,
750-action of, in the impeachment of
Warren Hastings, 751 et seq.-efforts
of, as Chancellor of the Exchequer,
to restore financial prosperity, 753 et
seq.-institution of the Sinking Fund
by, 755-efforts of, to restore peace
and order in Ireland, 757 et seq.-
treaty of, with France, 761-tactics
of, during the king's insanity, 763-
results of the administration of, dur-
ing five years of peace, 764.

PITT WILLIAM: THE YEARS OF PEACE,
747.

PITT, WILLIAM, THE YOUNGER, 591.
Police forces of the Metropolis, the two,
641 et seq.

POOR MAN'S WEALTH, A, 219.
Postage-stamps, the fashion of collect-
ing, 28.

Presbyterian Churches in Scotland, the,
problem of the union of, 849-effect

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ROBIN, THE, 706.

Rod and tackle for fishers, the proper,
200 et seq.

ROUND, THE TABLE, 524.

Russia and Japan, combined forces of,

at relief of besieged Legations in
Peking, 627, 638.

Russia, government of the Caucasus by,
784.

RUSSO - JAPANESE WAR, A STUDY OF
THE VII., The Overthrow of the
Armada, 117. VIII., The Prelimin-
aries to the Battle of Mukden, 264.
IX., The Battle of Hei-kou-tai, 395.
X., The Battle of Mukden, 574.
Sailing ship, analogy between the
steamer and the, 741 et seq.
SAINTS, THE ISLAND OF THE, 245.
SALMON, A FIFTY-TWO POUND, 553.
Scotch Education Bill, the, opposition
to the passing of, 142-provisions of,
143-aims of, 145 et seq.

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'Scotland and Presbyterianism Vindi-
cated' by T. D. Wanliss, criticism of,
477 et seq.

Scott, Sir Walter, connection of, with
Ashestiel, 836.

SCOTTISH CHURCHES, THE: THE PRES-
ENT AND FUTURE, 849.

Scourie, description of the hamlet of,
42.

Seaman, the different duties of the
marine and the, 743.

SECOND EARL GRANVILLE, THE, 792.
SHEEP-DROVING: III., 81.
Shield of arms, true purpose of a, 31 et

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St Columba, the settlement of, in Iona,
245.

Standard, origin and use of the, 35-
the Keith, 36-the Huntly, ib.-the
Percy, ib. et seq.-the Cavers, 38.
Steam, the change from sail to, in the
Navy, 741 et seq.

Stewart or Stuart, arms of the family
of, 29.

'Story of the Tweed, the,' by Sir Herbert
Maxwell, notice of, 833 et seq.
STRANGE CONVERSION, A, 1.
STREETS OF LONDON, THE, 640.
STUDY OF THE RUSSO-JAPAnese War,
A: VII., The Overthrow of the Ar-
mada, 117. VIII., The Preliminaries
to the Battle of Mukden, 264.
The Battle of Hei-kou-tai, 395. X.,
The Battle of Mukden, 574.
Submarine mining defence, proposed
abolition of, 288-plea for the reten-
tion of, 289 et seq.

IX.,

Supporters, use of, in heraldry, 30.
SWAPPING HORSES: MILITARY SUB-
MARINE MINING, 288.

Sylviculture, importance of, as a British
industry, 621 et seq.
TABLE ROUND, THE, 524.

Tariff reform, popular ignorance regard-
ing, 128 et seq.

TASHI LAMA, ÚRGA AND THE, 111.
Tatar Peril, the, growth of, 565—reality
of, 566.

Thinning of young woods, management
of the, 612 et seq.
Timber, inadequate

production of
British, 610 et seq.-profitable plant-
ing of, on waste lands, 617.
TIME AND TOBAGO, 305.
To A FAT PIG, 351.

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Tobago, early history of, 307 et seq.-
condition of, as a British colony, 312
et seq.-the occupation of, by France,
317-final cession of, to Britain, 319-
the present-day aspect of, 321 et seq.
TOBAGO, TIME AND, 305.

TOGO, DRAKE AND, COMPARED, 150.
Tolbooth of Edinburgh, description of
the, 99.

Trans-Caucasia, the Georgians of, 788-
Russian misgovernment in, 789.
Trans-Siberian Railway, branches of
the, 111.

Traquair gates, the legend regarding,
836.

"TUNES, THE OULD," 639.

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