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* Imperial Russian Navy, the ; its Past, 438 et seq., 742-renewed efforts for
Present, and Future,' by Fred. T. relief of, 444, 743-retreat of the
Boers investing, 444--relief of, accom-
siege, 582 et seq.-failure to follow up
-We leave Fatehgarh, 616 – Back • Lays of the Deer Forest' by John
ranks, 185—selfish policy of, 188, 191
658 — for navigation, 659 — and for LIFE OF A SAILOR, THE, 821.
LITERARY DECENCY, THE EVOLUTION
England, during the Crimean war, Local rifle clubs, Lord Salisbury's advice
Upper Burma, 722—at head of Tirah
IX., 60—X., XI., 234—XII., XIII., 406 his death, ib.
IX., 60-X., XI., 234-XII., XIII., 406–
Low NiLE OF 1899, THE, IN RELATION
Lowe, Mr, classical quotation by, in
naval experiences of, 822 — in the Reform Bill, 27.
866—the relief of, 867 et seq.
124 et seq.-the relief of, 339, 443 et 850—death of General Wauchope at,
the South African war, 861 et seq.
Martineau, Dr, philosophical achieve-
Great Britain, 150-autocratic rule of, MEDICAL CORPS, THE ROYAL ARMY,
Misplaced sentiment, examples of, in the
Mitre Tavern, Johnson and Boswell at
Boer attack on, repulsed, 302–Gen. Morality in English literature, revolu-
Mounted infantry, special need for, in New LIGHT ON OLD CRICKET, 780.
New TROUT-FISHERIES, 256.
NEW ZEALAND, FROM A COUNTRY-HOUSE
at Castle Howard,' notice of, 74 et seq. Nile, the, annual rise of, 247—improved
methods of irrigation by, 248-effects
ONE OF THE OLD SCHOOL, 791.
April: The Queen's Visit to her address from, on her Majesty's Jubilee
--- and of Opposition leaders, 447–
of, 531 - part played by superstition
RAILWAY MANAGEMENT, SOME PROB-
LEMS OF, 647.
of the, 122.
26 et seq.-Mr Disraeli's, scenes on the SEVENTY YEARS WESTMINSTER :
parison between Sheridan and, 836.
modern warfare, 168-antiquity of,
304-military reforms effected by, 441 ing of, 171 et seq.
Shot, SHELL, AND BULLETS, 163.
oration Day, 45-alarmist speech of, finding the range of, 174-the fire of,
Sick and wounded, treatment of, in the
of, ib. et seq.-faults of, in Modern Siege of Paris by the Germans, effects
SOUTH AFRICA, THE WAR OPERATIONS
V., 569–VI., 734—VII., 858.
ment of the, after the war, 326 et seq.
-necessity for subdivision of, 330,
or, The Rise of the Russian Navy,' Spion Kop, Lord Roberts' despatches
Standing Orders and Selection Com-
important work done by the, 35
of Edmund Gibbon with, 251 — the
saints of, 601-struggles of, for inde- Steevens, George, the death of, 286—
vice of the East India Company, 710
Bengal army, 712 — becomes Chief
Commissioner of the Andamans, 713
spent by the Transvaal Government, 714 et seq.-honours conferred upon,
of, to the fifth Earl of Carlisle, 74 et
541 et seq.
merce, 355--importance of, in war, coarse fish with, ib. et seq.--clearing
259—varieties of, 260-protection of,
needed in order to prevent, 852 et seq. *United Kingdom, the : A Political His.
AND REMEDY, 849.
VALUE OF THE WATER OF THE GREAT
RIVERS OF INDIA, 658.
VOLUMES, ODD: III., 263.
as the historian of, 116 et seq.—the 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: THEIR REASONS
the aims of, 188—importance of, in Wauchope, General, death of, at
White flag, abuse of the, by the Boers,
“ Who RIDETH UPON THE WINGS OF
WORD TO CONSERVATIVES, A, 288.
“You Never Can Tell,” Mr Shaw's new
play, criticism of, 834 et seq.
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