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  1. America Revisited After Ten Years
    The Living Age, March 12, 1921, pp. 675-679
  2. America: The Land of Contrasts (1898)
    A Britons's View of His American Kin
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  3. American Shrines on English Soil (1924)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  4. American Volunteer Ambulance Corps
    The Nation, January 18, 1917, p. 72
  5. America's Links with Westminster Abbey
    The Living Age, June 14, 1919, pp. 661-663
  6. Baedeker in the Making
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1906, pp. 648-659
  7. Carl Spitteler
    The Saturday Review, July 31, 1926, p. 10
  8. Democracy and Pacifism
    An Examination of Pacifist Opinion in England
    The Nation, May 13, 1915, pp. 532-533
  9. Foreign Correspondence
    A War of Ideas---An American Hospital---Treatment of German Prisoners
    The Nation, April 1, 1915, p. 350
  10. Foreign Correspondence
    Horse-Racing and War---Handmaidens of Athene---Two Professors
    The Nation, April 8, 1915, p. 378
  11. Foreign Correspondence
    Misconceptions of American Neutrality---The Romantic Teuton---Prince Von Buelow as Jour...
    The Nation, April 15, 1915, p. 408
  12. Foreign Correspondence
    Strikes in England---The Question of Prohibition---American Relief in Belgium
    The Nation, April 22, 1915, p. 436
  13. Foreign Correspondence
    The American Note on the Blockade---The Drink Question---Militant Clerics---Dr. Lyttelt...
    The Nation, April 29, 1915, p. 461
  14. Foreign Correspondence
    The Welsh Colliers---A Servian Artist---"Tommy" At Suburban Fetes
    The Nation, August 5, 1915, p. 169
  15. Foreign Correspondence
    A Restatement of the English Point of View---The Fear of Misapprehension in America
    The Nation, August 12, 1915, p. 195
  16. Foreign Correspondence
    The Vision of Thucydides---A Comparison With the Past
    The Nation, August 19, 1915, p. 222
  17. Foreign Correspondence
    After One Year---The Subordination of the Individual---Hospitals for Horses---Henry James
    The Nation, August 26, 1915, p. 253
  18. Foreign Correspondence
    The American Note---Mr. Churchill's Resignation---Oxford Done as Porters
    The Nation, December 2, 1915, p. 646
  19. Foreign Correspondence
    Fabian Criticism of the Government---Mrs. Pankhurst---The American Attitude
    The Nation, December 9, 1915, p. 680
  20. Foreign Correspondence
    Richard Norton's Ambulance
    The Nation, December 16, 1915, p. 709
  21. Foreign Correspondence
    The Results of Lord Derby's Recruiting Scheme, Personal Experiences of a Canvasser
    The Nation, December 30, 1915, p. 768
  22. Foreign Correspondence
    Mr. Bryan's Resignation---The New Ally---Zeppelin Raids
    The Nation, July 1, 1915, p. 9
  23. Foreign Correspondence
    Waterloo---The Coalition Cabinet---A Frenchman On England---Wounded Officers
    The Nation, July 8, 1915, p. 38
  24. Foreign Correspondence
    The New War Loan---Its Democratic Appeal---The United States and Germany
    The Nation, July 15, 1915, p. 86
  25. Foreign Correspondence
    The Call for Economy---The Registration and Munitions Bills---The Case of the Armenian
    The Nation, July 22, 1915, p. 113
  26. Foreign Correspondence
    The German Note---Journalistic Reputations---J.L. Garvin
    The Nation, July 29, 1915, p. 139
  27. Foreign Correspondence
    The Lusitania---Asphyxiating Gases---The Fallen Canadians---The International Congress ...
    The Nation, June 3, 1915, p. 619
  28. Foreign Correspondence
    An English View of America---The Coalition Cabinet---Women in War
    The Nation, June 10, 1915, p. 645
  29. Foreign Correspondence
    The Coalition Cabinet---Women Mobilized
    The Nation, June 17, 1915, p. 675
  30. Foreign Correspondence
    Britain's Share in the War---Other Uses of Militancy---The Zeppelins Over London
    The Nation, June 24, 1915, p. 703
  31. Foreign Correspondence
    England After Six Months of War---A Psychological Analysis
    The Nation, March 18, 1915, p. 298
  32. Foreign Correspondence
    America and England---The Rapprochment of the Allies
    The Nation, March 25, 1915, p. 323
  33. Foreign Correspondence
    The Bogey of British Navalism---Commercial Jealousy---Lincoln's Task and England's
    The Nation, May 6, 1915, p. 488
  34. Foreign Correspondence
    Understanding Among Classes---Shakespeare as a Recruiting Sergeant---The Promotion of "...
    The Nation, May 20, 1915, p. 557
  35. Foreign Correspondence
    Philosophy in Wartime---American Relief for English and German Girls
    The Nation, May 27, 1915, p. 590
  36. Foreign Correspondence
    Neutral Trade---The Zeppelins---Elderly Patriots
    The Nation, November 4, 1915, pp. 538-539
  37. Foreign Correspondence
    Oxford at War
    The Nation, November 11, 1915, p. 565
  38. Foreign Correspondence
    American Opinion---What England Is Doing
    The Nation, November 25, 1915, p. 619
  39. Foreign Correspondence
    English Pamphlets on the War---The Supernational Host in the Retreat from Mons
    The Nation, October 14, 1915, p. 455
  40. Foreign Correspondence
    The Budget---Reading in England in War-Time---Germanism in Russia
    The Nation, October 21, 1915, p. 489
  41. Foreign Correspondence
    The Balkan Situation---Lord Derby's Recruiting Scheme---A Tory Lion and Liberal Lambs
    The Nation, October 28, 1915, p. 513
  42. Foreign Correspondence
    The Zeppelin Raid---Conscription: A Summary of the Arguments for and Against Compulsory...
    The Nation, September 30, 1915, p. 402
  43. Foreign Correspondence
    A Month With an Advisory Committee
    The Nation, April 27, 1916, p. 453
  44. Foreign Correspondence
    A Defence of the Irish Executions
    The Nation, August 10, 1916, p. 125
  45. Foreign Correspondence
    Last Days of Lord Derby's Scheme---Some Recruiting Methods
    The Nation, January 6, 1916, p. 9
  46. Foreign Correspondence
    Some Criticisms from America---Reputations Made and Unmade
    The Nation, January 13, 1916, p. 40
  47. Foreign Correspondence
    Some Lessons of the War; Doing Without Things and Realizing the Other Party's Merits
    The Nation, January 27, 1916, p. 96
  48. Foreign Correspondence
    Birmingham in War Time
    The Nation, June 29, 1916, p. 693
  49. Foreign Correspondence
    Cambridge in Time of War
    The Nation, March 2, 1916, p. 245
  50. Foreign Correspondence
    Movement to Encourage Civilians
    The Nation, March 9, 1916, p. 275
  51. Foreign Correspondence
    The United States and Conditions of Peace
    The Nation, March 16, 1916, p. 304
  52. Henry George To-day
    The Living Age, October 1, 1933, pp. 156-163
  53. The House of Baedeker
    The Outlook, May 26, 1906, pp. 224-229
  54. Howells and Trollope
    The Living Age, January 29, 1921, pp. 304-309
  55. The Inarticulate Englishman: A Character Sketch
    The Living Age, July 26, 1919, pp. 217-218
  56. [+]
    A New Viennese Novelist (Review)
    Zodiak, by Walther Eidlitz
    1. Zodiak by Walther Eidlitz
    The Saturday Review, March 7, 1931, p. 650
  57. [+]
    Some Recent Books on the United States (7 Reviews)
    Vues d'Amerique, by Paul Adam
    1. Vues d'Amerique by Paul Adam
    2. My Impressions of America by Charles Wagner
    3. Business and Love by Hugues Le Roux
    4. Americana by Karl Lamprecht
    5. Amerikanische Eindrucke by Ludwig Fulda
    6. The Future in America by H.G. Wells
    7. The American Scene by Henry James
    The Atlantic Monthly, October 1907, pp. 553-567
  58. A Wayfarer in Switzerland (1929)
    24 Chapters, 268pp
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