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'Imperial Russian Navy, the; its Past,
Present, and Future,' by Fred. T.
Jane, notice of, 457 et seq.
INDIAN MUTINY, AN EPISODE OF THE,
Indian Mutiny, the: The Outbreak, 615
-We leave Fatehgarh, 616-Back
in Fatehgarh, 619-The 10th mutiny
at last, 621-My adventurous Escape,
622-In the Fort, 625-The Siege, 627
-We take to the Boats, 631-Disas
ter to the Boats, 634-A desperate
Situation, 635 In hiding in the
Cane-fields, 638-Safe again in Fateh-
garh, 641-The Fate of my Compan-
Indian rivers, value of, for irrigation,
658 for navigation, 659-and for
domestic and other purposes, 660—
suggestion for utilising the water of,
662 et seq.
Intelligence Department, lack of an, in
England, during the Crimean war,
725-deficiencies of the, in the Abys
sinian expedition of 1868, 727-in the
Ashantee expedition of 1873-74, ib.-
and in the Suakim expedition, ib.-
history of the British, 728 et seq.-
suggestions for its improvement, 730
-superiority of the Boer, in the pres
ent war, 732.
INTELLIGENCE DEPARTMENT, THE, 725.
JIM, LORD: A SKETCH, Chaps. VIII.,
IX., 60—x., XI., 234—XII., XIII., 406–
XIV.-XVI., 511–xvII.-xx., 666-xxI.-
Johnson, Dr, London taverns patronised
by, 114 et seq.
JOSEPHA, MARIA, 250.
KAJAR, CHILDREN OF THE HOUSE OF,
Kennedy, Admiral Sir William, early
naval experiences of, 822-in the
Crimea, ib. in the China war, 823
et seq.-later services of, 826-his
love of sport, 827 et seq.
Kimberley, Lord Methuen's advance on,
124 et seq.-the relief of, 339, 443 et
Kitchener, Lord, special duties of, in
the South African war, 861 et seq.
Koorn Spruit, the Boer ambush at, 735,
Kruger, President, attitude of, towards
Great Britain, 150-autocratic rule of,
151, 588-treatment of the Uitlanders
by, 151 et seq.-war forced on by,
LADYSMITH, DIARY OF A Boer before,
Ladysmith, sorties from, 137 et seq.-
Boer attack on, repulsed, 302-Gen-
eral Buller's first attempt to relieve,
306 et seq., 741-his second attempt,
431 et seq., 741-his third attempt,
438 et seq., 742-renewed efforts for
relief of, 444, 743-retreat of the
Boers investing, 444-relief of, accom-
plished, 581, 744-life in, during the
siege, 582 et seq.-failure to follow up
Boer retreat at, 739 et seq.
'Lays of the Deer Forest' by John
Sobieski and Charles Edward Stuart,
merits of, 264-history of the authors
of, ib. et seq.-references to the chase
in, 268 et seq.
LESSONS, THE ADDRESS AND ITS, 445.
LETTERS, GEORGE SELWYN'S, 74.
Liberalism, the history of, 182 et seq.-
refugees from, in the Conservative
ranks, 185-selfish policy of, 188, 191
LIFE OF A SAILOR, THE, 821.
LIGHT OF OTHER DAYS, A, 86.
LIGHT OF THESE DAYS, A, 209.
LITERARY DECENCY, THE EVOLUTION
Local rifle clubs, Lord Salisbury's advice
as to the formation of, 830.
Lockhart, Sir William, early years of,
in India, 717-in the Abyssinian ex-
pedition, 718-with Lord Roberts at
Kabul, 719-assumes command of
24th Punjab Infantry, ib.-with the
Chitral Mission, 720-services of, in
Upper Burma, 722-at head of Tirah
expeditionary force, 723 becomes
Commander-in-Chief in India, 724-
his death, ib.
LORD JIM: A SKETCH, Chaps. VIII.,
Ix., 60—x., xI., 234—XII., XIII., 406–
XIV.-XVI., 511--xvII.-xx., 666-xxI.-
Low NILE OF 1899, THE, IN RELATION
TO THE COTTON CROP OF 1900, 247.
Lowe, Mr, classical quotation by, in
House of Commons, on Mr Gladstone's
Reform Bill, 27.
Lyddite shell, effects of, 179.
Mafeking, the investment of, 135 et seq.,
866-the relief of, 867 et seq.
Magersfontein, the battle of, 132 et seq.,
850-death of General Wauchope at,
Maoris, characteristics of the, 223, 230
Martineau, Dr, philosophical achieve-
ments of, 341.
MEDICAL CORPS, THE ROYAL ARMY,
MID-CANADA, A COLD DAY IN, 53.
Misplaced sentiment, examples of, in the
South African war, 858 et seq.
Mitre Tavern, Johnson and Boswell at
Morality in English literature, revolu-
tion in public sentiment regarding,
363 et seq.-probable cause of change
of taste as to, 368 et seq.
Mounted infantry, special need for, in
the South African war, 434.
MR RUSKIN, 340.
-MR SHAW, SHERIDAN AND, 832.
'MSS. of the Earl of Carlisle, preserved
at Castle Howard,' notice of, 74 et seq.
MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD :—
February: One Man, one Book, 275
-The Use and Abuse of Diaries, ib.-
Sir Mountstuart Grant Duff's Record
of Trivialities, 276-A Herbarium of
Poets and Statesmen, 277-Another
Whig Official, 278 Sir Algernon
West's Confessions, 279-The Indis-
cretion of Nicknames, ib. -Greville
and Sir Algernon West, 280 - The
Dangers of Dining out, 281-Panto-
mimes New and Old, ib.-Patriotism
behind the Footlights, 282-Journal-
ism and the War, 283-The Exagger-
ation of Correspondents, ib.-G. W.
March: France's Love of False News,
420 Her Injustice to herself and
to others, 421-The Uselessness of
Lies, 423 England's Discomfiture
Germany's Triumph, 425-Cambridge
in the Nineteenth Century, 426-The
Art of Amiable Biography, 427-The
University as Gunning knew it, 429-
The Dark Age of Scholarship, 430.
April: The Queen's Visit to her
People of London, 496-A peaceful
Conqueror, ib.-The Mob of Paris and
the Crowd of London, 497-The De-
struction of the Théâtre Français: A
European Disaster, 499-The Tradi-
tional Art of the French Drama, 500
-France's Power of Recovery, 503—
The New Edition of Lavengro,' ib.-
Dr Knapp's Indiscretion, 504.
May: The Attempt of Sipido, 688
-The Character of the Anarchist, ib.
-A sanguine foolish Victim of half-
knowledge, 690-Irresponsible Bio-
graphers, 692 - The Anarchists of
Literature, 693-A modest Coterie,
696-The Cult of Edward Fitzgerald,
ib. Tobias Smollett and his latest
June: Mr Pinero and his Critics,
837-A Plea for Freedom of Opinion,
ib.-The Royal Academy, 840-The
Folly of Exhibitions, ib.-The Relief
of Mafeking, 841-Delirious London,
ib.-An Orgie of Union-Jacks, ib.-
The late R. A. M. Stevenson, 843-
An Artist in Masquerade, ib. — The
Prodigality of Talk, 845.
NAMES OF PLACES, 527.
Native races in South Africa, future of
the, 159 et seq.
Navy, popular ignorance regarding the,
NEW HISTORY OF SCOTLAND, the, 599.
NEW LIGHT ON OLD CRICKET, 780.
NEW TROUT-FISHERIES, 256.
NEW ZEALAND, FROM A COUNTRY-HOUSE
Night-attacks, risk of, in war, 300.
Nile, the, annual rise of, 247-improved
methods of irrigation by, 248-effects
of a low flood of, 249.
North-West Mounted Police, the, de-
parture of, for South Africa, 475 et
seq.-history of, 483 et seq.-official
duties of, 490.
ODD VOLUMES: III., 263.
Old Cock Tavern, reminiscences of the,
OLD CRICKET, New Light on, 780.
'Old London Taverns' by Edward Cal-
low, notice of, 111 et seq.
OLD TAVERN LIFE OF LONDON, THE,
ON HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE, 551.
ONE OF THE OLD SCHOOL, 791.
Orange Republic, establishment of the,
150-friendliness of, towards England,
OTHER DAYS, A Light of, 86.
OUR CAVALRY, CONCERNING, 767.
Oxford University, Sir John Mowbray
returned as member for, 31-instal-
lation of Lord Salisbury as Chancellor
of, 32-Commemoration Day at, 45-
address from, on her Majesty's Jubilee
of 1897, 47-portrait of Mr Gladstone
'Pamela,' change of taste regarding, 365.
Parliament, an opening of, by the Queen
in person, 26.
Parliamentary session of 1900, the, open-
ing of, 445-speeches of Lord Salisbury
and Mr Balfour at opening of, ib. et seq.
-and of Opposition leaders, 447-
lessons to be learnt from preliminary
debates of, 451 et seq. alarmist
speech of Lord Rosebery at commence-
ment of, 455.
PEACE, THE PROSPECTS OF, 585.
Place-names, origin of, 527 et seq.-sim-
plicity of, 529, 539-permanence of,
530-interesting results of the study
of, 531-part played by superstition
and religion in, 538.
PLACES, NAMES OF, 527.
PLAINS, THE RIDERS OF THE, 474.
POLITICAL PROSPECTS, SOUTH AFRICAN,
Port Arthur, seizure of, by Russia, 462
PROSPECTS OF PEACE, THE, 585.
RAILWAY MANAGEMENT, SOME PROB-
LEMS OF, 647.
Rainbow Tavern, Fleet Street, antiquity
of the, 122.
Reddersburg, the British disaster at,
Reform Bill, Mr Gladstone's, debate on,
26 et seq.-Mr Disraeli's, scenes on the
passing of, 29.
RIDERS OF THE PLAINS, THE, 474.
Rifle, introduction of the, 167.
RIVERS OF INDIA, VALUE OF THE WATER
OF THE GREAT, 658.
Roberts, Lord, landing of, at Cape Town,
304—military reforms effected by, 441
-advance of, against Commandant
Cronje, 442-relief of Kimberley by,
443-surrender of Cronje to, 577-
arrives at Bloemfontein, 734 et seq.,
860-advance towards the Vaal by,
863 et seq.
Rosebery, Lord, at Oxford on Commem-
oration Day, 45-alarmist speech of,
at commencement of parliamentary
session of 1900, 455.
ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS, THE, 371.
Ruskin, John, death of, 342-the "cult
of, ib. et seq.-faults of, in 'Modern
Painters,' 343-pedantry of, 344—
egotism of, 345-want of proportion
in, ib. et seq.-opinions of, with regard
to Art, 346 et seq.-unfairness of, in
judgments of others, 350-exposition
of political economy by, 351-place of,
among English prose-writers, 354.
RUSKIN, MR, 340.
Russia, advances of, in Asia, 465 et seq.
Russian navy, the, list of vessels being
constructed for, 460-part played by
British officers in rise and develop-
ment of, 461.
RUSSIA'S SEA POWER, 457.
'Russia's Sea Power, Past and Present;
or, The Rise of the Russian Navy,'
by Col. Sir George Sydenham Clarke,
notice of, 459 et seq.
SAILOR, THE Life of a, 821.
Salisbury, Lord, installation of, as Chan-
cellor of Oxford University, 32.
SCHOOL, ONE of the Old, 791.
SCOTLAND AND MR GOLDWIN SMITH,
Scotland, early history of, 600—early
saints of, 601-struggles of, for inde-
pendence, 602 et seq. the Stuart
kings of, 607 et seq.-raidings of, by
the English, 612-religious contro-
versy in, 613.
SCOTLAND, THE NEW HISTORY OF, 599.
Scott, Clement, as a dramatic critic, 99
SEA POWER, RUSSIA'S, 457.
Secret Service money, large amounts of,
spent by the Transvaal Government,
Selwyn, George, publication of the letters
of, to the fifth Earl of Carlisle, 74 et
seq.-political interest of the letters
of, 78-references to Charles James
Fox by, 79-connection of Mie Mie
with, 80-character of, 83 et seq.
Shaw, Mr, the plays of, 834 et seq.-com-
parison between Sheridan and, 836.
Shell, common, introduction of, into
modern warfare, 168-antiquity of,
169-description of, 170-the explod-
ing of, 171 et seq.
SHERIDAN, AND MR SHAW, 832.
Sheridan, survival of the plays of, 832
-indebtedness of, to Congreve, 833-
comparison of the plays of Congreve
and, ib. et seq.
SHOT, SHELL, AND BULLETS, 163.
Shrapnel shell, description of, 173—
finding the range of, 174-the fire of,
175-effects of, 176.
Sick and wounded, treatment of, in the
field, 372 et seq. transport of, to
hospitals, 374-nursing of, 377.
Siege of Paris by the Germans, effects
of the, 34.
Smooth-bore field-gun, drawbacks of the
old-fashioned, 167-displacement of,
by rifled-gun, 168.
SOME PROBLEMS OF RAILWAY MANAGE-
SOUTH AFRICA, BRITISH POLICY IN, 147.
SOUTH AFRICA, THE WAR OPERATIONS
IN: II., 123-III., 293-IV., 431—
V., 569-VI., 734-VII., 858.
SOUTH AFRICAN POLITICAL PROSPECTS,
South African Republics, proposed settle-
ment of the, after the war, 326 et seq.
-necessity for subdivision of, 330,
Spion Kop, Lord Roberts' despatches
regarding the military movements at,
Standing Orders and Selection Com-
mittees of the House of Commons,
important work done by the, 35
Stanley, Lady, of Alderley, friendship
of Edmund Gibbon with, 251-the
letters of, 252 et seq.
Steevens, George, the death of, 286-
brilliant career of, ib., 340.
Stewart, Sir Donald, boyhood and early
years of, 709-enters military ser-
vice of the East India Company, 710
--helprendered by, during the Mutiny,
ib. et seq.-appointment of, to new
Bengal army, 712- becomes Chief
Commissioner of the Andamans, 713
-exploits of, at Kandahar and Kabul,
714 et seq.-honours conferred upon,
Stormberg, failure of the attack on, 140
'Study and Stage' by William Archer,
notice of, 107.
SUBMARINE CABLES, 355.
Submarine cables, value of, in com-
merce, 355-importance of, in war,
356 et seq.-the cutting of, 358-the
protection of, 359.
Surprises, examples of, in the South
African war, 849 et seq.-training
needed in order to prevent, 852 et seq.
SURPRISES IN WAR: THEIR REASONS
AND REMEDY, 849.
Tarf, origin of the name, 528.
Tauranga, a visit to, 228 et seq.
TAVERN LIFE OF LONDON, THE OLD,
Tavern life of London, the, Thackeray
as the historian of, 116 et seq.-the
decay of, 118.
THESE DAYS, A LIGHT OF, 209.
"THEY DIE NOT," 181.
TORY FUTURE, THE, 182.
Toryism, the principles of, 186 et seq.-
the aims of, 188-importance of, in
the national life, 190.
Transport, the problem of, in South
Africa, 294-Lord Kitchener's services
as to, 861.
'Transvaal Question, the,' by Edouard
Naville, notice of, 589 et seq.
Transvaal Republic, history of the, 148
TRIBUTE TO THE FLAG, 507.
TROUT FISHERIES, NEW, 256.
Trout, the rearing of, 256-presence of
coarse fish with, ib. et seq.-clearing
the water for, 258-the hatching of,
259-varieties of, 260-protection of,
Two GREAT SOLDIERS, 700.
'United Kingdom, the: A Political His-
tory,' by Goldwin Smith, review of,
541 et seq.
VALUE OF THE WATER OF THE GREAT
RIVERS OF INDIA, 658.
VICTORIAN DRAMA, THE, 98.
VOLUMES, ODD: III., 263.
Walkley, A. B., as a dramatic critic, 108.
WAR, AFTER THE-WHAT THEN? 321.
WAR OPERATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA,
THE II., 123–III., 293-IV., 431—
V., 569-VI., 734-VII., 858.
WAR, SURPRISES IN
AND REMEDY, 849.
Wauchope, General, death of, at
WESTMINSTER, SEVENTY YEARS AT:
White flag, abuse of the, by the Boers,
"WHO RIDETH UPON THE WINGS OF
THE WIND," 109.
WORD TO CONSERVATIVES, A, 288.
"You Never Can Tell," Mr Shaw's new
play, criticism of, 834 et seq.
Zand river, passage of the, 865.