War Speechec 1911-17. Collected by B. W. Ginsburg. (Clarendon Press.
Is. Od. net.)—Dr. Ginsburg has put together in a handy little pamphlet eighteen of the more notable speeches made during the war, with a useful historical and critical Introduction. Lord Grey of Folkston's speeds of August 3rd, 1914, naturally comes first, followed by Mr. Asquith's Morn and impressive speech at the Guildhall on the eve of the battle of the Marne. Lord Kitehener'a appeal for more mon, made at the Guildhall on July 9th, 1915, is rightly given, with President Wiloon's two great speeches to Congress, and two of the ex•Chaneellor's speeches denouncing England.