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Whitsuntide: Political Situation, [114]. Chancellor of the Exchequer at Criccieth,

[114]. Recess Speeches, [115]. Parliament: National Insurance Amendment

and Milk and Dairies Bills, [115]. Post Office Vote again, [116]. Foreign

Companies Control Bill, [116]. Home Office Vote: Militancy, and the Remedies,

[116]. Outrage in Westminster Abbey, [119]. Further Home Rule Agitation,

[119]. Plural Voting Bill, [120]. The Irish Volunteers and Mr. Redmond, [121]:

Debates, [121]. Oil Fuel for the Navy, [123]. Board of Agriculture Vote, [126].

Local Government Board Vote, [126]. Great Trade Union Alliance, [127].

Suffragist Deputation to the Premier, [127]. Chancellor of the Exchequer at

Denmark Hill, [128]. Liberal Opposition to the Budget, [128]. Finance Bill :

Second Reading Debate, [129]. Division, (134). The Lord Chancellor on the

Budget, [134]. The Amending Bill Introduced, [135]. Welsh Church Bill

Referred to a Committee, [136]. Their Majesties in the Midlands, [137]. Foreign

Office Vote, (137). Address on the Murder of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand,

[138]. Denial of an Anglo-Russian Naval Agreement, [139]. Attempt to Revive

the Marconi Scandal, [139]. Finance Bill : Committee, [139]. Amending Bill:

Second Reading, [140]. Division, [144]. Death of Mr. J. Chamberlain : Tributes

to his Memory, [144]. Finance Bill Guillotined, [146]. Board of Trade Vote,

[147]. Foreign Office Vote : Further Debate, [147]. Council of India Bill, [148].

Amending Bill Transformed in Committee, [149]. Strike at Woolwich Arsenal,

[150]. Further Suffragist Outrages : Successes of the “ Women's Movement,"

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More War Preparations, [175]. War Legislation, [175]. White Paper on the

European Orisis : England's Action, [175]. Prime Minister on the Vote of
Credit, [178]. Debate, (180). Measures for the Relief of Distress, [180]. War
Funds, [181]. The Königin Luise and Amphion, [181]. Press Bureau Estab-
lished, [181]. War Legislation : First Instalment, [181]. Current Controversies

Suspended, [182]. Lord Kitchener's Army, [183]. Naval Combats, [183].

Successes in Africa, [183]. Charitable Aid, [183]. The Supply of Food, [184].

Spy Scares, [185). Treatment of Alien Enemies: Relief Measures for Tourists,

(186). Day of Intercession: British Feeling on the War, [187]. The War

Extends, [188]. Arrival of the British Expeditionary Force in France: Message

from the King ; Lord Kitchener's Instructions, (188). The Retreat from Mons :

Sir John French's Despatch, [189]. Earl Kitchener's Statement, [190]. Address

to Belgium : Speech of the Prime Minister, [191]. Indian Troops to Come,

[192]. Precautions on the East Coast, [193]. The “Scrap of Paper” Despatch:

Naval Warfare; Engagement off Heligoland, [193]. Destruction of Louvain :

British Recruiting Campaign, [194]. The Retreat from Mons: the Press and

the Press Bureau, [195]. Further War Legislation, (195). The War and the

Parliament Act, [196]. Recruiting Campaign, [196]. Myth of Russian Troops,

[196). The Prime Minister and other Leaders at the Guildhall, [196]. En-

couragement to British Hopes : Agreement of the Allies not to conclude Peace

separately; Further Operations in France, [198]. Naval Sweep of the North

Sea, [199]." Chancellor of the Exchequer on Local Loans, [200]. Parliament

Reassembles : Offers of Help from India, [200]. King's Message to the Domin.

ions, [201]; to India, [202]. Further Vote of 500,000 Men: Prime Minister's

Statement, [202]. Recruiting Movement: Speeches by the First Lord of the

Admiralty and Others, [203]. Treatment of the Home Rule and Welsh Church

Bills : Party Controversy; Debates, [203]. Earl Kitchener on the Military

Situation, [207]. Prorogation of Parliament, [208]. Legislation of the Session,

[209]. Bills Dropped, [210]. Mr. Asquith at Edinburgh, [210]. Mr. Lloyd

George at Queen's Hall, [211]. Other Speeches, [212]. Sinking of British

Cruisers : Air Raid on Düsseldorf, [212]. From the Marne to the Aisne : Sir

John French's Despatch, [213]. Protection of London against Air Raids, [214].

German Responsibility for the War: Fresh Evidence, [214]. The Prime Minister

at Dublin, [215]. The Chancellor of the Exchequer at Criccieth and Cardiff,

[216]. Ulster Day Celebrated, [216]. German and British Theologians on the

War, [217]. Recruiting Campaign, [218]. The Prime Minister at Cardiff, [218].

Recruiting in Ireland, [219]." Incidents of the War, [219]. Fall of Antwerp,

[220). Effects, [221]. Labour Manifesto, [221]. British Operations in Flanders,

[222]; on the Belgian Coast, [224]. Incidents of the Naval War, [225]. Turkey

Enters the War, [226]. Prince Louis of Battenberg Resigns, (226). British

Naval Defeat off Chile, [226]. Ministers at the Guildhall, [227]. Mr. Lloyd

George at the City Temple, [229]. Opening of Parliament, [230]. Debates,

[231]. The Press Bureau Criticised, [232]. Allowances to Soldiers' Dependents,

[233]. Vote of Credit, [233]. Funeral of Earl Roberts, [234]. War Budget,
[235]. Table, [237]. Concessions, [237]. Further Debates, [238]. The Bulwark

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CHAPTER VI.

SCOTLAND AND IRELAND

page [254

SUPPLEMENTARY CHAPTER.

FINANCE AND TRADE IN 1914

[261

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL HISTORY.

CHAPTER I.

FRANCE AND ITALY

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CHAPTER II.

GERMANY AND AUSTRIA-HUNGARY

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CHAPTER III.

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RUSSIA, TURKEY, AND THE MINOR STATES OF SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE .

[335

CHAPTER IV.

LESSER STATES OF WESTERN AND NORTHERN EUROPE: BELGIUM—THE

NETHERLANDS -SWITZERLAND-SPAIN-PORTUGAL-DENMARK-SWEDEN

NORWAY

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CHAPTER V.

(By Sir CHARLES Roc, late Chief Judge of the Chief Court of the Punjab.)

Asia (SOUTHERN) : PERSIA—THE PERSIAN GULF AND BALUCHISTAN-AFGHAN-

ISTAN--THE NORTH-WEST FRONTIER-BRITISH INDIA - NATIVE STATES -

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