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nothing. They still dream of Mesers Webb and B. Shaw murder. One orator pleaded are dangerous men. Perhaps for howitzers; another declared they are less dangerous within that the Bolshevista in Rossis the Labour Party than they had pat up s finer fight for inight be without it. They Labour than had ever been put arouse evil suspiciods and they up in any country in the world darken counsel. When all was Mr Ramsay Msodonald blestsaid and done, the upshot of ed after his wont, and Mr the Labour Conference was Henderson, who is reputed to that their sacred members, who be less clever than the mounteare said to engross the wisdom bank Mr Shaw, was good of all the ages, refuse to have enough to say that "the world anything to do with the govern- must be reconstructed on ment of the British Empire. the basis of human brotherTheir elegant reply to the hood." How little ander Coalition is that there is standing he has of politics or “ nothing doing.” On the of history. “Why should we other hand, they demand to be not plead,” he asked, "for s represented at the Peace Con. defeated enemy? We must ference. And they are 80 think with an international stupid that they cannot see mind." An international mind the anomaly. If they refuse is no mind at all, and if Mr to their members the right Henderson pleaded successfully of belonging to the British for & defeated Germsny, GerCabinet, how shall they claim many would never know the for themselves the right of pains of defeat. The truth is, interfering with the terms of the Labour Party consists peace? Of course the infer- chiefly of fluent, half-baked, ence which they would have foolish persons, who are ready, as draw is that they alone from mere vanity, to destroy are fit to cure the evils of the world. And their ignorance Europe. And the truth is and volubility are the best that they could not be trusted argument in support of the to keep & Board of Guardians Coalition, which will certainly in order.

be tyrannical, but which may And many of them are Bol. save us from the terrors of shevists, pare and simple. The Bolshevism.

INDEX TO VOL. CCIV.

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL, NOT UNDER 461-XIV., The Pocket-book, 464-
FULL, 194.

XV., Part of the Truth, 469—XVI.,
AIR, CHANGE OF, 178.

Tracked down, 472–XVII., The rest
AMERICAN TROOP CONVOY, WITH THE of the Truth, 476 — XVIII., The
354.

Frosty Road, 481-XIX., Our Morn.
AMONG MAHOMMEDANS IN THE PUNJAB, ing Call, 484.
486.

Collins, Mr Clifton, an old contributor
BAGHDAD - KERMANSHAL ROAD, THE to · Maga,' death of, 696.

OLD, 307. Jebel Hamrin foothills, Colt, THE UNKNOWN : A Story of the
ib. et seq.-on the road to Persia, 310– Galway Plate, 502.
Persian watch-towers, 311-desolation Education Bill, Mr Herbert Fisher's,
everywhere, ib. et seq.-the Taq-i. 137—the future of the “ young per:
Garra pass, 313 et seq. --snow in the son," 139-military drill, 140—the real
pass, 315—in Jebel Hamrin, 316- aim of the Board of Education, 141.
relief work started on the road, 318 'Eminent Victorians,' Mr Lytton
-plague and misery caused by the Strachey's, notice of, 274.
Hun manifest, 320.

ESCAPED : ADVENTURES IN GERMAN
BENCH AND BAR OF ENGLAND, THE, 598. CAPTIVITY, 110. III. Engaged on

I., Judges and Judges, ib.-II., Judges new plans, ib. et seq.-rehearsals with
and Counsel, 602—III., Counsel and confederates, 114succeed at last,
Clients, 606-IV., Counsel and Wit. and cut adrift with companion, 117-
nesses, 731_V., Counsel and Speeches, mistake of trusting an accomplice too

738—VI., Counsel and Students, 744. much adds to our difficulties, 119-
* BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE,' HAZLITT V., leave Berlin and ultimately reach
An Ancient Controversy, 388.

Haltern, 121 et seq.-break down, and
Bolsheviks, the crimes of the, 410.

return to Haltern to be arrested again,
BOMBING STUNT, AND AFTERWARDS, A, 124 et seq. IV. In the village lock.
526.

up, 252—back to Berlin, 254–solitary
CHANGE OF AIR, 178. Paying guest on confinement, 255—second Christmas

a tramp steamer, ib.-at Labrador, in prison, 257-arrival in Ruhleben
180—its primitive inhabitants, 182— near end of September, 261-efforts
a great salmon country, 184—a fishing to escape from the camp, 264. V.
expedition, ib. et seq.-at Base Camp, Escape again from camp, 282-in
189—return to England, 193.

Berlin, 284 et seq.-I meet a friend,
CLOUDS, THE MAN FROM THE : Part I. 292_trouble with railway ticket, 296

-VII., At the Mansion-house, 47et seq.--some strange vicissitudes, 299
VIII., Sunday, 50–IX., An Ally, 54 -freedom at last, 306.
-X., The Coast Patrol, 57-XI., A EXPERIENCES OF A WAR BABY, 815. I.,
Near Thing, 203—XII., The Key Nursery Days, ib.-II., Home and its
Turned, 208–XIII., On the Drifter, Occupants, 818—III., At Sea, 823.
210-XIV., My Cousin's Letter, 215. FESTIVĀL, 761.
Part II.-I., An Idea, 219-IÍ., A FORGOTTEN CAPITAL OF THE NEAR EAST,
Little Dinner, 224-III., The Alco. A, 582—Peculiar charm of the Latin
holic Patient, 323–IV., The Test, East, ib.-Gothic architecture, 5854
327_V., Waiting, 331_VI., The S. Sophia, 586-bazaars of Nicosia,
Spectacled Man, 335–VII., A Remi. 587–Kiamil Pasha, 590—policy of
niscence, 339—VIII., H.M.S. Uru the Orthodox Church in Turkey, 593
guay, 343–IX., Bolton on the Track, -a village of washerwomen, 596.
346-X., Where the Clue led, 350 FOR WOMEN-A chapter of unspeakable
XI., An Eye-opener, 455—XII., The German atrocities, 697.
Confidant, 457-XIII., Jean's guesses, FRANCE, A HOSPITAL IN, 613.

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Freedom of the Seas, the, 688.

MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD: July, 131–
FRENCH RENAISSANCE, THE, 100.

August, 266-September, 408–October,
GERMAN RAIDER “WOLF" FIVE 539-November, 687—December, 832.
MONTHS WITH THE, 1.

NOT UNDER FULL ADMINISTRATIVE CON-
Germany, the evil deeds of, 540—what TROL, 194.

wemust exact from,541 et seq.-South. OLD BAGHDAD - KERMANSHAH ROAD,
West Africa, the story of, 545.

THE, 307.
GOTT MIT UNS, 771.

ON PATROL. - VII., A Battle - Prayer
“GREEN BALLS": I., The Dawn Patrol, (Submarines — The Battle - Fleet-
752.

Destroyers), 45. VIII., An Admin-
HAZLITT v. 'BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE': istrative Victory, 535.
An Ancient Controversy, 388.

ON THE WALL, 374.
Hickey, Memoirs of William, notice of, PACIFIST, A SEVENTEENTH - CENTURY,

358.
H.M.S. — : XXIX., Grit, 235—XXX., PUSHED, 421, 553.

A Maxim, 239-XXXI., From a far RALEGH, SIR WALTER, 670. Birth of,
Country, ib.-XXXII., The Crisis, ib. — a commoner at Oxford, ib.
242-XXXIII., A Sea Chanty, 243– voyage of discovery, 671—fortunate
XXXIV., Retribution, ib.-XXXV., meeting with Queen Elizabeth, 672–
Through an Admiralty Window, 399 in the battle against Spain, 674 loss
-XXịVI., A Most Untrue Story, of favour at Court, 675—a true poet
404.

and man of letters, 676-sent to the
HOSPITAL IN FRANCE, A, 613.

Tower, 677-released, ib.-enterprise
Indian Constitutional Reform, Mr Mon to find the North-West Passage, 680
tagu and, 413.

-voyage to Guiana, 682—tried and
INVOLUNTARY VISIT, AN: THREE DAYS condemned to death, 684—wrote his

WITH THE TURKS IN MESOPOTAMIA, History of the World' in the Tower,
74.

685 — beheaded in the Old Palace
IRELAND, 788. The Irish Convention Yard, 686.

and its recommendations, ib. — the RENAISSANCE, THE FRENCH, 100.
Nationalists' demands, 789 – UnionRETURN Push, THE, 794.
ists' peculiar position, ib. — Ireland SALVAGE, 495.
not two nations, but one, 790–Mr S.G.-Station Guides, 229.
Devlin's demand, ib. — contribution TEST, THE, 641.
towards Imperial services, 791– Tsar, the murder of the, 408.
Britain's contribution to Ireland, 792 UNKNOWN COLT, THE: A Story of the
-the Ulster difficulty, ib.

Galway Plate, 502.
Ireland the Mrs Gummidge of the Em. “USQUE AB Ovo,” 63.

pire, 131 — the Rebellion, 133 - ir. VISIT, AN INVOLUNTARY: THREE DAYS
resolution of the Government, 135— WITH THE TURKS IN MESOPOTAMIA, 74.
Ireland's true grievance, 136.

WALL, ON THE, 374.
ITALIAN FRONT, A MOBILE X Ray WAR OFFICE IN WAR TIME, THE, 775.

SECTION ON THE, 145. First evening WATER-RATS, THE, 29.
in the Zone of War, 146-an adven. WITH THE AMERICAN TROOP Convoy,
turous trip to Milan for new plates,
147 et seq.—under shell fire, 153—a “WOLF," Five MONTHS WITH THE
tribute to the Italian soldier, 154 GERMAN RAIDER, 1. Life on the
interesting cases, 155 et seq.-develop Wolf, and capture of the coal-laden
ing plates, 158 et seq.-Italian disci. Igotz Mendi, ib. et seq.-transferred
pline, 161—visit to Gorizia, 163–in. to the captured vessel, 5—the dismal
teresting journeys, 165 et seq. — a farce of Christmas, 11-coaling the
tunnel hospital, 168—viewing assault Wolf from the Igotz Mendi, 12-un.
of San Marco, 172-recommended for certainty of prisoners' destination
“Medal of Valore," 176.

while proceeding northwards, 16-in
League of Nations, Viscount Grey and condition of great misery enter the
the, 266 et seq., 693, 836.

Arctic circle, 18-intention to intern
MaHOMMEDANS IN THE PUNJAB, AMONG, prisoners in Germany, 19-aground,
486.

22-landed in Denmark, 25— arrive
Mond, Sir Alfred Moritz, and a monu in London, 27.

ment to the fallen, 548-lineage of, X-RAY SECTION ON THE ITALIAN FRONT,
549.

A MOBILE, 145.

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MONTHLY.

No. MCCXXXVIII. DECEMBER 1918.

VOL CCIV.

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CONTENT'S.
FOR WOMEN. BY A WOMAN,

. . .
THE BENCH AND BAR OF ENGLAND. BY J. A. STRAHAN,

COUNSEL AND WITNESSES—COUNSEL AND SPEECHES-COUNSEL AND

STUDENTS.
“GREEN BALLS." THE DAWN PATROL. BY PAUL BEWSHER,
FESTIVAL BY ZERES, . .
GotT MIT UNS. AN IMPRESSION OF THE CRITICAL DAYS OF

MARCH 1918. BY THE RT. HON. SIR JOHN SIMON, M.P.,
THE WAR OFFICE IN WAR TIME.

BY MAJOR-GENERAL SIR C. E. CALLWELL, K.C.B., .
IRELAND, . . .
THE RETURN PUSH.-I.-IV. BY QUEX, ..
EXPERIENCES OF A WAR BABY. BY ONE,

NURSERY Days-HOME AND ITS OCCUPANTS—AT SEA.
MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD, . .

THE ARMISTICE--THE SACRIFICE OF YOUTH-ENGLISH AND ATHENIAN
---AT OUR ZENITH-GERMANY IN THE PIT-WOMEN IN PARLIAMENT
- MR ASQUITH'S HUMILITY - THE HALF-BAKED ORATORS OF THE

LABOUR PARTY.
INDEX, . . . . . . . .

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74.

Freedom of the Seas, the, 688.

MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD: July, 131-
FRENCH RENAISSANCE, TAE, 100.

August, 266-September, 408-October,
GERMAN RAIDER "WOLF" FIVE 539-November, 687-December, 832.
MONTAS WITH THE, 1.

NOT UNDER FULL ADMINISTRATIVE CON-
Germany, the evil deeds of, 540—what TROL, 194.

wemust exact from, 541 et seq.-South. OLD BAGHDAD - KERMANSHAH ROAD,
West Africa, the story of, 545.

THE, 307.
GOTT MIT UNS, 771.

ON PATROL.–VII., A Battle · Prayer
“ GREEN BALLS”: I., The Dawn Patrol, (Submarines — The Battle - Fleet-
752.

Destroyers), 45. VIII., An Admin-
HAZLITT v. 'BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE': istrative Victory, 535.
An Ancient Controversy, 388.

ON THE WALL, 374.
Hickey, Memoirs of William, notice of, PACIFIST, A SEVENTEENTH - CENTURY,
142 et seq.

358.
H.M.S. - : XXIX., Grit, 235—XXX., PUSHED, 421, 553.

A Maxim, 239—XXXI., From a far RALEGH, SIR WALTER, 670. Birth of,
Country, ib.-XXXII., The Crisis, ib. - a commoner at Oxford, ib. -
242–XXXIII., A Sea Chanty, 243— voyage of discovery, 671—fortunate
XXXIV., Retribution, ib.-XXXV., meeting with Queen Elizabeth, 672–
Through an Admiralty Window, 399 in the battle against Spain, 674-loss
-XXXVI., A Most Untrue Story, of favour at Court, 675—a true poet
404.

and man of letters, 676—sent to the
HOSPITAL IN FRANCE, A, 613.

Tower, 677—released, ib.-enterprise
Indian Constitutional Reform, Mr Mon to find the North-West Passage, 680
tagu and, 413.

-voyage to Guiana, 682—tried and
INVOLUNTARY VISIT, AN: THREE DAYS condemned to death, 684—wrote his
WITH THE TURKS IN MESOPOTAMIA, 'History of the World' in the Tower,

685 - beheaded in the Old Palace
IRELAND, 788. The Irish Convention Yard, 686.

and its recommendations, ib. — the RENAISSANCE, THE FRENCH, 100.
Nationalists' demands, 789 - UnionRETURN Push, THE, 794.
ists' peculiar position, ib. — Ireland SALVAGE, 495.
not two nations, but one, 790—Mr S.G.-Station Guides, 229.
Devlin's demand, ib. - contribution TEST, THE, 641.
towards Imperial services, 791- Tsar, the murder of the, 408.
Britain's contribution to Ireland, 792 UNKNOWN COLT, THE: A Story of the
-the Ulster difficulty, ib.

Galway Plate, 502.
Ireland the Mrs Gummidge of the Em. “USQUE AB Ovo,” 63.

pire, 131 — the Rebellion, 133 – ir VISIT, AN INVOLUNTARY: THREE DAYS
resolution of the Government, 135— WITH THE TURKS IN MESOPOTAMIA, 74.
Ireland's true grievance, 136.

WALL, ON THE, 374.
ITALIAN FRONT, A MOBILE X - Ray WAR OFFICE IN WAR TIME, THE, 775.

SECTION ON THE, 145. First evening WATER-RATS, THE, 29.
in the Zone of War, 146-an adven. WITH THE AMERICAN TROOP Convoy,
turous trip to Milan for new plates,

354.
147 et seq.—under shell fire, 153—a “WOLF," FIVE MONTHS WITH THE
tribute to the Italian soldier, 154 GERMAN RAIDER, 1. Life on the
interesting cases, 155 et seq.-develop Wolf, and capture of the coal-laden
ing plates, 158 et seq.-Italian disci. Igotz Mendi, ib. et seq.-transferred
pline, 161—visit to Gorizia, 163–in. to the captured vessel, 5—the dismal
teresting journeys, 165 et seq. a farce of Christmas, 11-coaling the
tunnel hospital, 168-viewing assault Wolf from the Igotz Mendi, 12-un-
of San Marco, 172-recommended for certainty of prisoners' destination
“Medal of Valore," 176.

while proceeding northwards, 16-in
League of Nations, Viscount Grey and condition of great misery enter the
the, 266 et seq., 693, 836.

Arctic circle, 18-intention to intern
MAHOMMEDANS IN THE PUNJAB, AMONG, prisoners in Germany, 19-aground,
486.

22-landed in Denmark, 25--arrive
Mond, Sir Alfred Moritz, and a monu in London, 27.
ment to the fallen, 548-lineage of, X-RAY SECTION ON THE ITALIAN FRONT,
549.

A MOBILE, 145.

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