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Page 259 - Glasgow, for uninstructed readers. 37. Anthropology. By RR MARETT, Reader in Social Anthropology, Oxford. Seeks to plot out and sum up the general series of changes, bodily and mental, undergone by man in the course of history. "Excellent. So enthusiastic, so clear and witty, and so well adapted to the general reader.
Page 253 - The author makes the history of this period circulate about constitutional ideas and slavery sentiment. 82. THE WARS BETWEEN ENGLAND AND AMERICA (1763-1815). By Theodore C. Smith, Professor of American History, Williams College. A history of the period, with especial emphasis on The Revolution and The War of 1812. GENERAL HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY 3. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. By Hilaire Belloc. 4. A SHORT HISTORY OF WAR AND PEACE. By GH Perris, author of "Russia in Revolution,
Page 255 - Cole, Professor of Geology, Royal College of Science, Ireland. A study of the geology and physical geography in connection with the political geography.
Page 254 - Professor of Ancient History, Oxford. 30. ROME. By W. Warde Fowler, author of "Social Life at Rome,
Page 255 - British supremacy. 95. BELGIUM. By RCK Ensor, sometime Scholar of Balliol College. The geographical, linguistic, historical, artistic and literary associations. 100. POLAND. By J. Alison Phillips, University of Dublin. The history of Poland with special emphasis upon the Polish question of the present day.