Georgia's Ruling

Te Outlook
Vol. 65 June 30, 1900 No. 9
CONTENTS
THE WEEK: The Edwards Commemoration........... 476
The War in China ................... ..461 The Spectator........... .......... 478
Count Muraviev ........................ 463
The Boer War........................ 463 CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES:
The Philippines ........................ 464 The Republican Convention:
Taxation in Spain ...................... 465 I.-From a Republican Staff Correspond-
The Gold Standard in India............ 465 ent................................. 480
At the Colleges.................... 466 II.--From a Democratic Staff Corre-
The University of London .............. 467 spondent......................... 484
Andover Theological Seminary.......... 467 The Republican Platform................ 491
The Twentieth Century Fund............ 468 The Reform Movement in China......... 494
Arctic Missions ........................ 468 By Isaac Taylor Headland
Presbyterian Assembly of Canada....... 469
Augustus Lowell ........................ 469 Georgia's Ruling: A Story.............. 498
Lord Salisbury and the Missionaries..... 470 By o. enry
The Swiss Homes ...................... 471 BOOKS AND AUTHORS:
Unitarianism in Hungary .............. 472 A Hopeful View of Democracy (F. H. Gid-
EDITORIALS : dings's "Democracy and Empire ")... 504
Books of the W eek..................... 507
Tile Republican Convention .......... 472
The Dangerous Moment. ............ 475 NOTES AND QUERIES................. 512
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Henry, O., 1862-1910. Georgia's Ruling. New York. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth139371/. Accessed April 21, 2015.