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A Partial List of Recent Notable Articles

Nineteenth Century

AFTER THE PRESENT WAR. By EDWARD Dicey. November, 1899

NATIVE UNREST IN SOUTH AFRICA. By E. M. GREEN. November,

1899.

THE NEWSPAPERS: A MONTHLY RECORD OF THE WAR.

By Sir Wemyss Reid. November and December, 1899; January, February,
Match and April.

ENGLISH AND DUTCH IN THE PAST. By Mrs. JOHN RICHARD GREEN.

December, 1899.

TERMS USED IN MODERN GUNNERY. By MAJOR-GENERAL MAURICE.

December, 1899.

THE DEFENCE of ihe EMPIRE and THE MILITIA BALLOT.

By COLONEL SIR GEORGE SYDENHAM CLARKE, K.C.M.G., F.R.S. January.

THE MILITARY WEAKNESS OF ENGLAND AND THE MILITIA

BALLOT. By SIDNEY Low. January.

THE VOLUNTEERS. By Colonel J. G. B. STOPFORD. January.

OUR INDIAN TROOPS. By Sir Henry Howorth, K.C.I.E., M.P.

January.

THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONSPIRACY AGAINST BRITISH

RULE. By Rev. Dr. WirGMAN (Canon of Grahamstown Cathedral). Jan.

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THE WAR RELIEF FUNDS. By REV. C. G. Lang. January.

THE “ CONFUSION WORSE CONFOUNDED” AT THE WAR

OFFICE. By GENERAL SIR GEORGE CHESNEY.

Introduction by SPENCER

WILKINSON. February.

THE MILITIA. By Right Hon. SIr Maxweli., Bart. M. P. February.

THE MILITIA BALLOT. By RIGHT Hon. VISCOUNT DE Vesci.

February

OUR PEACE TRAINING FOR WAR, By COLONEL LONSDALE HALE.

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NEUTRALS AND THE WAR, By John MacDonELL, C. B. February.

THE BREAKDOWN OF VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENT. By SIDNEY

Low, March.

THE ACTUAL STRENGTH OF OUR FORCES AT HOME. By Right

Hon. Earl NORTHBROOK, G.C.S.I. March.

THE FUTURE OF MOUNTED INFANTRY. By Right Hon Lord

DENMAY. March.

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THE RELIEF FUNDS. By Right Hon. EARL NELSON. March.

THE CIVIL AND MORAL BENEFITS OF DRILL. By Rev. G. SALE

REANEY. March.

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