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(1916) Author: Alfons Heyking - Tema: Russia
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KING’S LATEST PUBLICATIONS.

BRITISH INCOMES AND PROPERTY.

The Application of Oilicial Statistics to Economic Problems. By J. C.
STAMP, D.Sc. (Econ.), F.S.S., Cobtlen Prizeman of the University of
London. With Illustrative Charts. Demy 8vo. Cloth. 12s. 6d. * net.
Inland Postage, 8d.

Daily Telegraph.—" With all the new questions relating to national income, property, and wealth
which the war is raising, the appearance of this unique publication is specially opportune at the
present time."

A STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL FLUCTUATION.

By DENNIS H. ROBERTSON, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
Demy 8vo. Cloth. 7s. 6d. net. Inland Postage, 5d.

Joint Stock Companies Journal.—"An admirable enquiry into the character and causes of the
cyclical movement of trade. The work із of general interest directly because industrial fluctuation
involves the ebb and flow of the demand for labour, which directly and indirectly affects us all."

ENGLISH PUBLIC HEALTH
ADMINISTRATION.

By B. G. BANNINGTON, Inspector of Nuisances, County Borough of West
Ham; Cert., Royal Sanitary Institute. Introduction by Graham Wallas,
M.A. Demy 8vo. Cloth. 7s. 6d. net. Inland Postage, 6d.

Journal of Royal Sanitary Institute.—"It has charm and personality; it treats of the various
matters dealt with interestingly, stylishly, and learnedly, but not too learnedly. . . . For the serious
student there is not at the moment a book to compare with this."

OLD AGE PENSIONS.

Their Actual Working and Ascertained Results in the United Kingdom. By
H. J. HOARE. B.Sc., LL.B., 2nd Lieutenant, 10th London Regt., killed in
action at the Dardanelles, 15th August, 1915. With Introduction by Sir
Laurence Gomme. Crown 8vo. Cloth. 3s. 6d. net. Inland Postage, 4d.

New Statesman.—" This useful book has its pathetic interest. The author was killed in action at
the Dardanelles in August last . . . No better account exists of the most successful measure of
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman’s Government."

THE RISE OF RAIL=POWER in War and
Conquest, 1833=1914.

With a Bibliography by Edwin A. Pratt. Demy Svo. Cloth. 7s. 6d. net.
Inland postage, 6d.

Daily Telegraph.—"A masterpiece in the collection, selection, and marshalling of facts. . . .
There have been few books published during the war which throw so much light upon the
conditions of the conflict, and the aspirations and plans of Germany for world empire. Those who
have no more than a layman’s knowledge of strategy or railway problems need not fear that the
book will be hard reading, and it is hard to imagine an expert so learned that for him its pages have
nothing new."

THE ECONOMICS OF WAR AND CONQUEST.

An Examination of Mr. Norman Angell’s Economic Doctrines. By
J. H. JONES, M.A., Lecturer in Social Economics in the University of
Glasgow; Honorary Director of the Glasgow School of Social Study and
Training; Author of "The Tinplate Industry," etc. Crown Svo. Cloth,
2s. 6d. net. Inland Postage, 4d.

Times.—" One of the most searching and effective criticisms of the actual conclusions of
Mr. Norman Angell that has yet appeared."

A PRIMER OF PEACE AND WAR.

The Principles of International Morality. Edited by The Rev. C. PLATER,
S.J., M.A., Professor of Philosophy at Stonyhurst College. Foolscap Svo.
Cloth, 2s. net. Inland Postage, 3d.

Manchester Guardian.—"This little book contains a perfectly wonderful amount of information,
arranged in so lucid and convenient a form that it will be a boon alike to the intelligent student, and
to study circles and discussion societies. . . . The whole subject is one which so many people waut
tu know something about, and the textbooks on the sutvject are so few, so expensive, and so
technical, that the present little volume can be warmly commended to all. There is nothing iu it
to which a non-Catholic reader could possibly object."

P. S. KING & SON, Ltd.,

Orchard House, Westminster, England.

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