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Bismarck on ingratitude of liberated nations

53
on Monroe Doctrine

413
on Political Testament of Peter the Great

19
on strategical significance of Constantinople

46 f
of Egypt and Suez Canal 49 f
on the German Constitution and the rights of the
Emperor

195 ff, 207 ff
opposed a war of aggression

199
successfully opposed Liberalism in Russia

172
Russian concessions to the Poles .172 ff
Blackstone on democracy and amateurishness

342
Bohemia and Moravia, Position of

,125 ff
Brantôme on Franco-Turkish Alliance

79
Buchanan, President, Weakness of

391
Budget, British, of 1815, details of

.225 ff
Budgets, British, of 1792 and 1815 compared

.226 ff

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Cabinet, British, and Act of Settlement

337
Lord John Russell on .

340
Lord Morley on

340
Government, Alexander Hamilton on 326 f, 360 f, 362 ff
Bismarck on

317, 318, 319, 320
Blackstone on

342
Evolution of, in England

.327 ff
Frederick the Great on

321
Lord Bacon on

. 332 f
Napoleon I on 1.

341
Professor Lowell on

339 f
Richelieu on

.310 ff
Sir John Forescue on

.329 ff
Weakness of 12 f, 312 fi

, 317 ff, 343 ff, 361 ff, 391 ff
William Pitt and

338 f
Canning, George, and Monroe Doctrine

.405 ff
Canning, Sir Stratford, and Crimean War

88 f, 93
Capitulations, History of Turkish

79 ff
Oastlereagh, Lord, at Congress of Vienna

36 f, 167 ff
Charles, King of Rumania's protest against ill-treatment of Ru-
manians in Hungary

140 f
Civil War--See United States.
Coal, Prices of, in England and elsewhere compared

241
Production in England, 1806-45

231
per man in England and elsewhere compared .239 ff
Congress of Peace and After.

1 ff
Conseil d'Etat, Advantages of

324 f
Conscription, American-See United States.
Constantinople, Bismarck on strategical significance of .

46 f
Danger of neutralising or of giving it to small Power 4, 52

47 ff
in Russian hands would require huge garrison 48 f
is dominated by Balkan Peninsula

51
Marmont on strategical significance of

51
Mazzini on .

52

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Constantinople, Napoleon I and

16 ff
promised to Russia by Napoleon i

25 ff
Russia's claims to

. 4 f, 51, 54
Talleyrand on strategical value of.

51
The problem of

• 41, 14 ff
Constitution, American See United States.
British, Bagehot on.

295 f
was modelled on that of Venice

303 ff, 336 f
weakness of. 12 f, 294 ff, 343 ff, 361 391 ff
German, and Emperor's powers

.190 ff
Co-operative Societies, Polish, Record of

123 f, 183
Cotton Industry, Development of British, 1801-45 .

230
Cracow, Republic of, Extinguished by Austria

123, 165 f
Crimean War, Causes of

40 ff, 87 ff
Czartoryski, Prince Adam, on Alexander I

23
Czechs, Position of, in Austria-Hungary

.125 ff
Prussia appeals to the, against Austria in 1866

125 i

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Dalmatia

4, 130, 133
Debt, British National, How to deal with the nooff, 249 ff, 287 ff, 291 ff
Increase of the.

.218 ff
Democracy and Government, Alexander Hamilton on

326 f, 358, 360 f, 362 ff
Amelot de la Houssaye on

.304 ff
Aristotle on 294, 296, 297, 299, 342
Bismarck on

317, 318, 319, 320
Blackstone on

342
Demosthenes on

301 f, 302
Frederick the Great on

321
Isocrates on

297
Lord Bacon on

332 f
Machiavelli on .

300, 345
Napoleon I on.

322 ff, 341
Professor Lowell on

339 f
Polybius on

298
Richelieu on

.310 ff
Sir John Fortescue on

.329 ff
Thucydides on

295, 298, 299
William Pitt on

338 f
Inadequacy of, in war

293 ff
Demosthenes on Democratic Government

301 f, 302
Dictatorship, Advantages of

344 ff, 394 f
Machiavelli on,

. 344 f

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Egypt, Bismarck on strategical value of

Historic longing of France for possession of
Napoleon's desire for
Napoleon on strategical value of
offered by Russia to England in 1853

Strategical importance of .
Elizabeth, Government of Queen .

49 1
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Emperor, German-See German Emperor.
Empire, British, Bismarck on value of Egypt to

49 f
Insignificance of, in 1800

227
Possibilities of the

11 ff, 258 ff, 287 ff, 289 #
should assume part of War Debt .

11 f, 291 f
Wealth and potentialities of, and of United States
compared

258 ff, 287 ff, 290 ff
why envied by other nations

418 ff
Engine-power in Great Britain and United States compared .235 ff
England, Agricultural development of, 1800-43

229
Agriculture of, and German agriculture compared .247 ff
and Russia at war in time of Napoleon I

33
Cause of distrust between

15 ff, 44 f
in Crimean War.

41 ff
and United States during Venezuela trouble

413
how estranged

. 401 f
» England's consistently friendly attitude

414 ff, 425 ff
Attitude of, towards partition of Poland 154 ff, 166 ff, 176 ff, 178 ff
Claims of, to part of Asiatic Turkey

77
Coal production in

231, 239 ff
Consistently friendly policy of, towards United States 414 6, 425 ff
Economy, Mr. Asquith on necessity of, in
Evolution of Cabinet Government in

.327 ff
has pursued a racial, not a national, policy

414 ff, 425 i
how reconciled with France

400 f
industrial development of 1800-46.

.229 ff
Luxury in, at beginning of the War

.253 ff
Napoleon proposes Indian invasion to strike at 22 f, 31 ff
National income of, in 1814
in 1907

216
Neglect of history in

349
Production and engine-power per man in

.235 ff
Population, increase of, from 1801-41

228 f
Savings Banks Deposits in Germany, United States, and in 251
spent in war against Napoleon one-third of national
wealth and income

.221 ff
Study of statesmanship neglected in

349 f
supported United States during war against Spain .412 ff
supported United States against Holy Alliance

.403 ff
supported United States against Napoleon III

.410 ff
Vast increase of production in, during the War

.282 ff
Vast war programme of Directoire against

20 ff
Wages in, and in United States compared

.243 ff
War finance and economic future of

. 216 ff
Wealth of, and of United States compared

.258 ff
Executive-See Cabinet.
Expenditure, Increase of national, during Napoleonic War .219 ff

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Feleralist, Extracts from, on Government 326 f, 357 ff, 360 f, 362 ff, 364 f
Fortescue, Sir John, on Democracy and Cabinet Government . .329 ff
France-See also Napoleon.
and Syria

. 87 ff

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France, Claims of, to part of Asiatic Turkey .

77 ff, 93 f, 104
Conseil d'Etat, Advantages of

324 f
Economic ruin of, at French
Revolution

.322 ff
Historic policy of, towards Turkey

. 78 ff
History of Protectorate over Eastern Christians

. 78 ff
how reconciled with England

. 400 f
Reorganisation of, by Napoleon

i

.322 ff
should she continue protecting Eastern Christians ? 87 ff, 93 f
Franco-Turkish Alliance, History of the

78 ff
Frederick the Great on Cabinet Government ,

321
Policy of, regarding Poland

.148 ff
towards Austria

159
towards Russia

148 ff, 159
Turkey

158 f
Secret Treaty of, with Russia, regarding Poland : 149 ff
was moving spirit in partition of Poland

161
Frederick William III broke his promises to the Poles

.169 f
Free Trade not responsible for Britain's industrial development .228 ff

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Galicia, Racial position in

120, 121, 124 f
George I and British Constitution.

336
German-Austrian Alliance of 1879, Text of

.201 ff
German Emperor has no right to declare aggressive war. 193 f, 198 ff
is not the Emperor of Germany.

.195 ff
Position of the .

.190 ff
Prince Bismarck on rights and power of

.195 ff
was possibly tool of army in declaring war .213 ff
Germany-See also Prussia, Frederick the Great, Bismarck, &c.
Agriculture of, and British agriculture compared

.247 ff
and Austria-Hungary

6 ff, 105 ff
and Asia Minor

57 ff
and United States

419 i, 422 f, 424
Bavaria and the Constitution of

.195 ff
has been created for defence

. 193 f
has made Austria-Hungary her vassal

. 106 f
Iron industry of, and British iron industry compared 245 ff, 286 f
based on Alsace-Lorraine ore beds

286 f
is 'federation, not a single State

.191 ff
Savings Banks Deposits in

251
Sovereignty of, resides not in Emperor

.192 ff
why pretended having been attacked in 1914

.210 ff
would dominate Europe after absorption of Austria-Hungary 107 f
Ghent, Treaty of
Great Britain-See England.
Greece, Claims of, to part of Asiatic Turkey .

76 f, 104

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Habsburgs follow a purely dynastic policy

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Ingratitude of, towards eminent men
Matrimonial and territorial policy of
Rise of

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Habsburgs tried to Germanise Austria-Hungary

117
Hamilton, Alexander, on Cabinet Government

326 f, 360 f, 362 ff
Henry VII, Government of

332 f
Henry VIII, Government of.

332 f
Hohenlohe, Prince, quoted

44
Holy Alliance, Activities of, in Spain and the New World

.403 ff
Treaty and text of

37 ff
Additions made to, at Verona

.403 ff
Holy Places of Christianity, Position of

87 ff
Horse-powers in British and American industries compared .235 ff

Total in Great Britain and United States compared 259
Hundred Years' Peace Celebration.

.398 ff
Hungary-See also Magyars.
Deák recommended racial toleration

139
Educational injustice in .

.138 ff
Growing ascendancy of, over Austria

.120 f
Hostility to Austria

116, 117, 119 ff
is an oligarchy

135
Misleading racial statistics of

. 134 f
Oppression of nationalities in

120 f
Rumanians in

.139 ff
Parliamentary institutions of, are a

fraud.

.135 ff
Recial tyranny of

.134 ff
Revolution of, in 1848

.118 ff

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Idleness natural to men

232.
Income, British national, in 1814 :

221 f
Industry, development of British, 1800-46

.229 ff
India, Difficulty of invading.

44 f
Interest of, in Mesopotamia and Persian Gulf

94 ff
Planned invasion of, by revolutionary France

21 ff
by Napoleon I

22 f, 31 ff
Iron and steel industries, British, German criticism of

246
Development of British, 1800-46

231
German, are dependent upon Lorraine ore

beds
in Germany and United Kingdom com-
pared

245 ff, 287
in United States and United Kingdom
compared

286
Irredenta Italia .

. 130 ff
Islam-See Mohammedanism.
Isocrates on Democracy and Government

297
Istria

4, 130, 133
Italians, Position of, in Austria-Hungary

130 ff
Italy, Claims of, to part of Asiatic Turkey

77, 104
is hated by Austria-Hungary

. 130 ff

. 286 f

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Japan and the United States
Jefferson, President, and Monroe Doctrine
Jerusalem-See Holy Places.
Joseph II, tried to Germanise Austria

419 f, 422 i

. 407 f

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