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INDEX TO VOL. CCIX.

TOURS E

As BEFITS MY Position. By Mrs FULANAIN : TALES OF THE MA’ADAN,

SAMUEL PEPYS (Being Extracts from 705. I. Bluff, 707-II. Fasls, 714
her Diary), 661.

III. The Weeper, 717-IV. A Bound.
Asquith, Mr, 834.

ary Dispute, 722_V. The Flag of

Abbas, 726.'
BASHFORD, Major LINDSAY : IN THE
LITTLE NEW COUNTRIES, 73, 229, 363,

GOATS, OUR, 763.
· 471.

GRAHÁM, ALAN: THE VOYAGE HOME,
BERNARD, J, H., Provost of Trinity, 148, 338, 487, 599, 731.
Dublin : A SAVOYARD COMMUNITY,

GREEN, A STUDY IN, 88, 273, 812.
112.

GRIEF AND GLAMOUR OF THE BOSPROR-
Bolshevism, the triumphs of, 838.

ous, 203.
BOSPHOROUS, GRIEF AND GLAMOUR OF
THE, 203.

HANNAY, DAVID: THE SAGA OF A SHIP,
Brazil, history and romance of, 695.

628.
BROWNE, DOUGLAS G. : THE JOLLY

HARRIS, WALTER B. : RAISULI, 28, 172.
ROGER, 319.

HAZARDOUS SERVICE, Ox, 54, 213, 378,
BUSSEY, GILBERT : FROM THE CONGO

525, 641, 785.
TO UGANDA, 99.

H., G. E.: A BY-DAY WITH THE PEKING
BOTLER, Lieut. -Colonel P. R.: GRIEF DRAG, 804.

AND GLAMOUR OF THE BOSPHOROUS,

203.
BY-DAY WITH THE PEKING DRAG, A. IN THE LITTLE NEW COUNTRIES, 73,
804.

229, 363, 471.

INDIA ON THE THRESHOLD, 137.
CEYLON, ON JUNGLE TRAILS IN, 510.

India, the new Viceroy of, 262.
CONCERNING NINGTOS, 257.

IRELAND, EXPERIENCES OF AN OFFICER'S
CONGO TO UGANDA, FROM THE, 99.

WIFE ÎN, 553.

JOLLY ROGER, THE, 319.
DANCING, THE LITTLE ROCK OF THE, 1.

LAMB, MERVYN: ON HAZARDOUS SER-
EXPERIENCES OF AN OFFICER'S WIFE IN

VICE, 54, 213, 378, 525, 641, 785.
IRELAND, 553. I. House-hunting, ib. LITTLE ROCK OF THE DANCING, THE, 1.
-II. Types, 557-III. My First Lloyd George, Mr, vacillation of, 128 et
Dinner-party in Dublin, 562—IV.

seq.-Candour and openness of speech
Motoring with Revolvers Ready, 567 required from, 833.
-V. Raids, 572_VI. Travelling in LUCAS, ST JOHN: VAGABOND IMPRES-
Ireland, 576–VII. 21st November,

SIONS, 399. What might have been,
580-VIII. The Five Following Days, ib.-Walter Pater and the Army, 405.
584–IX. I Return to Dublin : Dublin
Prisons, 588-X. The Court-martial, MA'ADAN, TALES OF THE, 705.
593.

MACMAHON, ELLA: VIGNETTES, 193,

198.
Freud, Herr, the writings of, 133. MARKSMAN, THE, 118.
FROM THE CONGO TO UGANDA, 99. Monroe Doctrine, the worn-out, 544 et
FROM THE OUTPOSTS :-

seq.
THE MARKSMAN, 118.

MONTAGUE, C. E. : HONOURS Easy,
CONCERNING NINGTOS, 257.

445.

MUSINGS WITHOUT METHOD: January, SAVOYARD COMMUNITY, A, 112.

125-February, 262-April, 542- Sinn Fein and Germany, 269.
May, 694-June, 831.

STRAHAN, J. A. : A WORD IN SEASON,

776.
Negro's paradise, the, 701.

STUDY IN GREEN, A, 88, 273, 812.
NINGTOS, CONCERNING, 257.
Northumberland, speech of the Duke TALES OF THE MA’ADAN, 705.
of, 831 et seq.

TALES OF THE R.I.C., 409. I. The

Informer, ib.-II. On the Run, 419
ON HAZARDOUS SERVICE, 54, 213, 378, -III. The Landing of Arms, 428-
525, 641, 785.

IV. The Red Cross, 436–V. The
ON JUNGLE TRAILS IN CEYLON, 510. R.M., 668—VI. An Outlaw, 673—
OUR GOATS, 763.

VII. The Stranger within the

Gates, 682–VIII. Mr Briggs' Island,
Pater, Walter, and the Army, 405.

688.
PEKING DRAG, A BY-DAY WITH THE, Trotsky, "moral suasion" of, 839.

804.
PEPYS, MRS SAMUEL , As BEFITS MY VAGABOND IMPRESSIONS, 399.
POSITION, 661.

Venezuela episode, the, 547.
Psychoanalysis, 132 et seq.

Victoria, Queen, 840.

Victorian Age, the, 270.
QUEEN OF TRAGEDY, A, 245.

VIGNETTES : XIII. Our Gardener, 193

-XIV. Owney, 198.
Rachel, 245.

VOYAGE HOME, THE, 148, 338, 487, 599,
RAISULI, 28, 172.

731.
REGIMENTAL DURBAR, THE, 617.
R.I.C., TALES OF THE, 409, 668. WILLIAMS, VALENTINE (VEDETTE): A

QUEEN OF TRAGEDY, 245.
SAGA OF A SHIP, TAE, 628.

WORD IN SEASON, A, 776.
SALTIRE: A STUDY IN GREEN, 88.

V. The Cache, ib.-VI. Faneless, 273 YOUNGHUSBAND, Major - General Sir
-VII. "A Plague on both your GEORGE : THE REGIMENTAL DURBAR,
Houses," 812.

617.

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