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Aberfan disaster, the, 40 (A) Abortion: the difficulties of amending the Abortion Act, 41 (M), 88 (L) Abortion city. 41 (M) ABS (Association of Broadcasting Staffs). 510, 823 (A) Absence. An, Uwe Johnson (trans. Richard and Clara Winston), 307 (R) Acid Test, The, 590 (P) Ada, Vladimir Nabokov, 477 (RI Adalen '31, 611 (AR) Adorno, Theodor, 233 (S) Adventures among strangers, 165 (A) Adventures of Good Comrade Schweik, The, Helmut Putt, 682 (R) ADVERTISING political (especially Labour) party advertising, 328 (S); give-away ad-mags, 402 (A); a quotation from a Labour

party advertisement, 470 (S); News of the World commer-

cial TV ad banned by the LTA, 472 (A); advertising supplements as press prostitution, 635 (A); a Times 'special report' (advertising supplement) on the Soviet Union, 705 (V) Aesthetic Movement, The: Prelude to Art Nouveau, Elizabeth Aslin, 872 (R) Africa: how to improve medical facilities, 25 (L) Africa, East: the role of Asians, 548 (R) Afrikaners, The, John Fisher, 648 (R), 729, 805, 881 (L) After Blaiberg, 264 (M) After the purge, 433 (A) Afterthought, 26, 58, 90, 122, 155, 188, 220. 252, 283. 316, 346, 387. 422, 453, 493, 525, 573, 657, 693, 770, 805, 850, 882. 914 (AF) Against All Reason, Geoffrey Moorhouse, 371 (R) Age: of SPECTATOR correspondents, 849, 913 (1) 'Agenda for a Generation' (Labour publication), 450 (F) Age of Consent, 724 (AR) Agnew, Vice-President, 818 (A) AGRICULTURE AND FARMING changes in the Conservatives' policy, 739 (LA), 8411 (1) an agricultural policy for an enlarged EEC, 739 (LA) drawbacks of antibiotics in animal husbandry, 822 (M) for EEC common agricultural policy SCC EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY AIR TRAVEL AND AVIATION hijacking of aircraft, 323 (LA), 346 (AF). 452 (L), 633 (S); the US to produce a rival to Concorde. 436 (S); fewer

SpaST, ssen89gers3 (A) on domestic routes, 7,t6 (S); Boeing's projected

Alarm signal, 748 (M) Albert Hall, Royal: disappearance of its echo, ISO (AR) Aldridge, Alan, (ed.) The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, 844 (R) Alexandra, Queen, 550 (R) Alfred the Great, 117 (AR) Ali Baba and the forty martyrs, 892 (A) Alibi for a Corpse. Elizabeth Lemarchand, 515 (R) Allen, Johannes, Tumult, 80 (R) All fall down, 37 (A) Alliluyeva, Svetlana, Only One Year. 514 (R) Alliterative alphabetical verse. 526 (CO) Allsop, Kenneth: rebuffs the Arts Council, 24 (L); grows a moustache, 673 (PS), 769 (L) All systems out of control, 535 (LA) Amadi, Elechi, The Great Ponds, 374 (R) Amante anglaise, L' (Royal Court), 448 (AR) Amber light from The Hague, 781 (A) America liver with the crisis, 52 (F) American Foreign Polley, Henry Kissinger, 293 (A) American Legion, the, 440 (Ti) A mery, Julian, Joseph Chamberlain and the Tariff Reform Campaign: Vols V and VI of the Life of Joseph Chamber- lain, 114 (R) Anus, Kingsley, The Green Man, 480 (R) Among our rich relations, 432 (A) Ancient Civilisation of Rome, The, G. Picard, 834 (RI Anderson, Mary D., The Changeling Ninbid. 721 (R) Anderson, Lindsay, 611 (AR), 632 (A), 691 (L), 824 (A), 913 (L) Anderson's complaint, 632 (A) Anderson's complaint-Act Two, 824 (A) . and the moon, 107 (A) Anecdote, an old, 199 (A), 251 (L) Angry border, 71 (A) Animals and Maps, Wilma George. 412 (11) Annenberg, Walter, 382 (AR) Antibiotics, disenchantment with, 822 (MI Antony and Cleopatra (Chichester), 149 (AR) Apology for the Revival of Christian Architecture, An, A. W. N.

Pugin, 678 (R) Appeasement: before the war and now, 705 (V); the Munich myth, 861 (V) Appeasement in our Time, 705 (V) Apples, 362 (S) Apple that corrupted Eve, The, 474 (TT) Arberry, A. .1., (ed.) Religion in the Middle East: Three Religions in Concord and Conflict, 142 (R) Archaelogy: the excavations at Cadbury Hill, 203 (P) Archer, Jeffrey, 770 (AF) ARCHITECTURE the proposed 600 ft high National Provincial Bank, 150 (AR); recommendations of the Prices and Incomes Board on architects' fees, 169 (A); death of Mies van der Rohe, 278 (AR), 345 (L); demolition in Bloomsbury, 295 (S); Shandy Hall, Yorkshire, being restored, 295 (S); Carlton Terrace to be replaced by offices, 324 (P); Pugin, his books and his architecture, 678 (R); the partly built University of Surrey at Guildford, 687 (AR), 729 (L); Orthodox churches in south-east Europe, 758 (R); rebuilding threat- ened in Whitehall. 868 (A); 79, 834 (R) Arciniegas, German, Latin America: A Cultural History, 516 (R) Are You Trying to Annoy Me?, Katherine Blake, 409 (R) Anas, P. E., and Max Hirmer, History of Greek Vase Paint- ing, 833 (R) Armies: great regiments, 843 (R) Arnold, Matthew, 681 (R), 769, 805 (L) Arnold, Dr. Thomas, 681 (R), 729 (L) ART individual exhibitions: Andre Bauchant, 686, Charles Biederman, 485, Edward Burro, 686, Patrick Caulfield, 611, Ken Draper, 522, Mario Dubsky, 522, Elizabeth Frink, 876, Terry Frost, 686, Yves Gaucher, 613, Derrick Greases, 554, John Heartfield, 555, Paul Huxley, 686, Henry Inlan- der, 520; Morris Kestelman, 554, Henri Laurens, 724, Claud Lovat Fraser, 449, Edward Middleditch, 554, John Milne, 522, John Murphy, 342, Jules Olitzki, 279, Mary Potter, 723, Alan Reynolds, 686, Bridget Riley, 84, Leonard Rosoman, 611, Michael Sandie, 723, William Scott. 686, David Tremlett, 876, Leon Underwood, 723, Peter Waldron, 342 (AR); a pop art show (Hayward Gallery), 84 (AR), 154 (L); Francis Bacon and James Pryde, 89 (L); the Bauhaus, 177, 904 (RI; the British Museum's Greek and Roman antiquities, 182 (AR); Edvard Munch and Expressionism, 214 (AR); a Stubbs exhibition, 247 (AR); Verrocchio, 270 (R); Matisse bronzes, 279 (AR); summer shows, 279, 310 (AR); some Picasso drawings, 279 (AR); a David Jones watercolour, 279 (AR); 'French Paintings since 1900' (Royal Academy), 310 (AR); 'Contemporary African Art' (Camden Arts ('entre), 310 (AR); Day. Bauchant, Dail. 310 (AR); 'Big Paintings for Big Places' (exhibition), 342 (AR); the Annenberg collection of French paintings, 382 (AR); Tudor and Jacobean portraits 594 (R ); 'Irish Portraits, 1660-1860', 652 (AR); J. F. Millet (exhibi- tion), 723 (AR); water-colours of the Norwich School, 723 (AR); Claude exhibition, 764 (AR); English portraiture from 1540 to 1620. 799 (AR); Greek and Roman art, 833 (R); Samuel Palmer and Edward Burne-Jones, 902 (R); Kandinsky and the Bauhaus, 904 (R); van Gogh, 904 (12); Ben Nicholson, 904 (R); Turner, 904 (R); 'The English at Table, 1700-1970' (exhibition), 909 (AR); 309, 840, 844, 872 (R) Artistes at the Top of the Big Tnp: Disorientated, 487 (AR) Arts Council: rebuffed by Kingsley Amis and Kenneth Alison. 24 (L); working party recommends repeal of Obscene Publications Acts, 73 (S), 296 (PS) Asian questions, 165 (A) As I Walked Out One Midsummer Morning, Laurie Lee, 718 (R) Astir'. Elizabeth, The Aesthetic Movement: Prelude to Art Nouveau, 872 (R) Assassination as a political means, 212 (R) Association of Broadcasting Staffs, 510, 823 (A) Astor, David: twenty-one years as editor of the Observer, 364 (A) Astragale. L', 278 (AR) Atlantic Ocean: crossed by rowing boat, 167 (S) Atlantis: The Truth behind the Legend, A. G. Galanopoulos and E. Bacon, 375 (R) Atoz Formula, The, Asa Benveniste, 177 (R) Attwater, Donald, A Cell of Good Living: The Life, Works and Opinions of Eric Gill, 797 (R) Auden, W. H., City without Walls, 827 (R) Auden, W. H., and Paul B. Taylor, (trans.) The Elder Edda, 827 (R) Auden's Poetry, Justin Replogle, 827 (R) Australia: the post-election political scene, 669 (A); Mr Gorton survives, 669 (A); external problems. 669 (A) Austria: Maria Theresa, 754 (R) Automatic machine, a defective, 328 (S) Aventuras (TSE company at the Artist's Place). 765 (AR) Avorn, Jerry L., and others, University in Revolt: A History of the Columbia Crisis, 244 (R) Ayer, Professor A. J.: 656 (L), 791 (R); his children's schools, 690, 726, 768, 913 (L) Ayer, A. J., Metaphysics and Common Sense, 791 (R)


Babbitt. Milton: and electronic music. 50 (AR) Bark to Methuselah (Old Vic), 182 (AR) Backward leap, 675 (CI) Bacon, E., and A. G. Galanopoulos, Atlantis: The Truth behind the Legend, 375 (R) Bacteria win, 822 (M) Badges, lapel: suggestions for the Conservative party, 423 (CO) Bagley, Desmond, The Spaers, 180 (R) Bagnold, Enid, Enid Bagnold's Autobiography, 751 (R) Bailey. David, and Peter Evans. Goodbye Baby and Amen, 844 (R) Bailey. F. G., Stratagems and Spoils: A Social Anthropology of Politics, 112 (R) Baker, Carlos, Ernest Hemingway, 208 (R) Baker, Elliott, The Penny Wars, 481 (R) Baldness and virility, 494 (CO) Baldwin, Stanley, 477, 792 (R) Baldwin, Keith Middlemas and John Barnes, 477 (R) BALLET

the Dance Theatre of Alwin Nikolais, 21 (AR); Festival Ballet (Coliseum), 22 (AR); Swan Lake and The Nut- cracker (Bolshoi Ballet), 84 (AR); Spartacus (Bolshoi Ballet), 117 (AR); Bolshoi triple bills, 181 (AR); the Bolshoi Ballet season a disappointment, 181 (AR); Margot Fonteyn in Sleeping Beauty (Royal Ballet), 448 (AR); Scottish Theatre Ballet's (formerly Western Theatre Ballet) Beauty and the Beast, 764 (AR); Norman Morrice's Blind- Sight (Ballet Rambert), 799 (AR); John Neumeier's Frontier (Scottish Theatre Ballet), 800 (AR): the Dutch National Ballet and Rudi van Dantzig's ballets, 846 (AR)

Balloons: used to deliver anti-Stalinist books in East Germany, 5)0 (S) Balmoral Castle, 422 (AF) Bandits, E. J. Hobsbawm, 908 (R) Banknotes: what to do with your money at Christmas, 657 (AF) Banks: limitation of domestic credit expansion, 383 (F); bank shares as an investment, 383 (F); merchant banks as an investment, 419 (F) Barbara gets her replay, 860 (PC) Barbarossa, Frederick, 80 (R) Barbiere di Siviglia, 11 (Covent Garden), 722 (AR) Barbirolli, Lady, 742 (P) Barnes, John, and Keith Middlemas, Baldwin, 477 (R) Barnum in London, Raymund Fitzsimons, 874 (R) Barr, John, Derelict Britain, 136 (S) Barrie, Sir James: and an imaginary lawsuit, 634 (PS) Barth, John, Lost in the Funhouse, 374 (R) Barthelme, Donald, Unspeakable Practises, Unnatural Acts, 146 (R) Bartholomew Fair (Aldwych), 653 (AR) Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 269 (IT) Bataille, Michel, The Christmas Tree, 793 (R) Bateman, H. M., 844 (R) Bateman, Michael, The Man Who Drew the Twentieth Century, 844 (R) Bates, H. E., The Vanished World, 550 (R) Battersby, Martin, The Decorative Twenties, 844 (R) Battiscombe, Georgina, Queen Alexandra, 550 (R) Battle of Britain, 415 (AR) Bauchant, Andre; a painting, 310 (AR); exhibition, 686 (AR) Bauhaus, the, 177, 904 (R) Bauhaus, The, Hans M. Wingler, 904 (R) BBC, THE its contribution to the founding of postwar broadcasting in West Germany, 11 (A); and a sense of mission, 56 (L); its plans for sound radio, 73 (S); BBC Advisory Councils, 120, 186, 251, 315 (L); 154 (L); My life with the BBC, 168 (PS), 220 (L); proposal to disband three orchestras, 188 (CO), 235 (A); television fee to go up and radio licence fee to be abolished, 235 (A); its responsibility as a patron of music, 235 (A); Sir Hugh Greene, 240 (R); its Service for Africa biased?, 283, 385, 491, 573, 617, 657 (L); twenty- four-hour strike by the Association of Broadcasting Staffs, 510 (A); the pseudo-excited style of news presentation, 633 (S); Dr Fraser Darling's Reith Lectures, 820 (5); the ABS's concern over broadcasting in the 'seventies, 823 (A) Beatles Illustrated Lyrics, The. (ed.) Alan Aldridge, 844 (R) Beautiful Island, The, Meg Rutherford, 600 (R) Beauty and the Beast (Scottish Theatre Ballet), 764 (AR) Beaver, Patrick, The Big Ship: Bran',. 'Great Eastern'-A Pictorial History, 843 (R) Beaverbrook, Lord, 82 (R) Beckett, Samuel, 551 (R) Beerbohm, Max, More Theatres, 483 (R) Behind the Brooke Affair, 134 (A) Beloff, Max, Imperial Sunset Vol 1: Britain's Liberal Empire 1897-1921, 796 (R) Benedictus, David, The Guru and the Golf Club, 146 (R) Benn, Anthony Wedgwood: Go ape, 58 (AF); 164 (PC); becomes Minister of Technology and Minister of Power, 464 (PC); grants and loans to Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, 894 (A) Benoni, The, W. R. Hartson, 694 (C) Benveniste, Asa, The Atoz Formula, 177 (R) Beny, Roloff, and Aubrey Menen, India, 835 (R) Berberova, Nina, The Italics are Mine, 754 (R) Berenson, Bernard, Homeless Paintings of the Renaissance, 840 (R) Bergengruen, Werner, Rome Remembered, 834 (R) Berkeley, Humphry: and publicity, 708 (S); 770 (AF) Berlioz: Les Troyens, 415 (AR) Bermant, Chaim, Here Endeth the Lesson, 112 (R) Bernhardt, Michael: refuses to shoot, 893 (V) Best, George, 869 (A) Best blow, The, 742 (P) Besterman, Theodore, Voltaire, 443 (R) Best House in London, The, 149 (AR) Best Men', 'The: Liberal Reformers in the Gilded Age, John G. Sproat, 274 (R) Bethel], Nicholas, Gomulka: his Poland and his Communism, 47 (R) Better Than One, William Watson, 243 (R) Beurdeley, Michel, (ed.) The Clouds and the Rain, 835 (R) Bevilacqua, Alberto, Califfa, 716 (R) Beyond a doubt?, 711 (A) BIAFRA Britain's guilt for the starving and shooting of Biafrans, 3 (LA); the denial of relief supplies, 34 (PW), 35 (LA); relations of Ibos and non-Ibos in former Eastern Region. 56 (L); alleged massacres and brutalities, 56, 573 (L); the question of plebiscites, 56, 153, 186 (L); the House of Commons debates Biafra, 68 (PC); speech by Bernard Brain, 120 (L); 'United Nigeria Group' refuses a public debate, 121 (L); a 'memorandum' on the civil war, 122 (AF) ; Nigeria will not subdue Biafra, 219. 491 (L); the BBC's Service for Africa biased?, 283, 385, 491, 573, 617. 657 (L); poor coverage of the civil war in the Times, 297 (A); the OAU's resolution on a cease-fire, 385 (L); who is responsible for the continuance of the war?, 421, 913 (L): US attitude, 432 (A); a new Biafran offer, 627 (LA); Mr Stewart lies and prevaricates over mercy flights and condi- tions for talks, 703 (LA). 804 (L); the supposed American 'guarantee' on relief flights, 746 (S); the Western lbos support Biafra, 769 (L); the Conservative party shares responsibility for British policy, 815 (LA); Report from the battlefront, 863 (A); collapse of the Addis Ababa peace talks, 896 (S); 146, 372, 642 (R); see also NIGERIA Biafra: Britain's Shame, Auberon Waugh and Suzanne Cronje, 642 (R) Biafra: the Conservative responsibility, 815 (LA) Biafra: the lie direct, 703 (LA) Biafra Story, The, Frederick Forsyth, 146 (K) Biederman, Charles: exhibition, 485 (AR) Big Bob, Georges Simenon, 551 (R) Biggs, Mrs Ronald: the Sunday Mirror publishes her story, 636 (A); interviewed on TV, 674 (S)

Big Ship, The: Brunets 'Great Eastern -A Pictorial History, Patrick Beaver, 843 (R)

Birds, Beasts and Relatives, Gerald Durrell, 718 (K) Birdwood, George, The Willing Victim, 437 (A) Birth control: sterilisation?, 88, 121 (L) Black, John R.. Young Japan, 552 (R) Blackballed, 635 (A) Black Ship, The, Paul and Sheila Mandel. 48 (RI Blake, Katherine, Are You Trying to Annoy Me:. 409 (K) Blake and Tradition, Kathleen Raine, 207 (R) Blind Love, V. S. Pritchett, 336 (R) Blind Man with a Pistol, Chester Hanes, 48 (R) Blind-Sight (Ballet Rambert), 799 (AR) Bloomsbury group, the, 236 (TT), 386 (L), 512 (K) Boardman, John, Greek Art, 833 (R) Bolshoi Ballet: season at Covent Garden, 84, 117, 181 (AR) Boned wonders, 439 (M) Bonn diary, A, 197, 505, 585 (A) Booker, Christopher, The Neophiliacs, 517 (R), 572, 616, 656 (L) BOOKS Children's Book Show and children's books, 595-610 (R), 692, 729 (L); terse book-trailers, 771 (CO); children's reviews of adult books, 730 (CO); the pornographic writer's dilemma, 866 (PS) Borgias, The: The Rise and Fall of a Renaissance Dynasty, Michael Mallett, 377 (R) Bosses' truce, 264 (A) Boulez, Pierre: conducts Pellet's et Milisande. 844 (AR) Boundary Commission's report: 4 (PC), 67, 99 (LA); the Government's intention to gerrymander, 135 (A); 187 (L); no way of forcing the Government to implement it fully, 542 (A) Bound to Exile: The Victorian in India, Michael Edwardes, 796 (R) Bouwsma, William J., Venice and the Defense of Republican Liberty, 368 (R) Boxer, C. R., The Portuguese Seaborne Empire, 647 (RI Boyd, Alastair, The Road from Ronda, 718 (R) Boyle, Sir Edward: leaving politics for a university post, 541 (S), 542, 589 (PS), 616, 656, 690 (L)

Bragg, Melvyn, The Hired Man, 682 (R)

Braine, Bernard: on the Nigeria-Biafra situation, 120 (L) Brandt, Willy: to be Federal Chancellor, 505 (A); his govern- ment's chances of survival, 585 (A); see also GERMANY, WEST Bray, Dr Jeremy: resigns from Government, 436 (S) Brazil: kidnapping of the US ambassador, 323 (LA) Bread spread, 473 (CI) Bridge at Remagen, The, 245 (AR) Brion, Marcel, The Medici, 840 (R) BRITAIN the menace of over-population, 24, 89, 121, 187 (L); new national songs, 27 (CO); increasing permissiveness, 57 (L); Britain and Germany compared, 102 (P); 'the sights of the new Socialist Britain', 473 (P); the current moral malaise, 524 (L); the social role of the middle class, 709 (PS); the decline of the Empire, 796 (R); English character changed by central heating?, 896 (S) Britain's payments in perspective, 558 (F) Britain's Place in the World, Sir Alec Douglas-Home, 261 (A) Britannia rules the coastal waters, 819 (A) British in the Far East, The, George Woodcock, 680 (R) British Museum: Greek and Roman antiquities, 182 (AR) British United Provident Association, 452 (L) Brittan, Samuel: 240 (R); quoted, 431 (LA), 490 (L) Brittan, Samuel, Steering the Economy, 240 (R) Broadway, Frank, State Intervention in British Industry, 725 (F) B rame, Emily: A Critical and Biographical Study, John Newish, 796 (R)

Brooke, Gerald: released by Russia in exhange for the Kro- gers,( 134A) (A), 185 (L); the newspaper struggle for his story, 171

Brophy, Brigid, In Transit, 481 (R) Brown, Frederick, An Impersonation of Angels: A Biography of Jean Cocteau, 444 (R) Brown, George: his 'headline' quality. 328 (S) Brown, George Mackay, An Orkney Tapestry. 244 (R) Brown, John: and Queen Victoria, 82 (R) Browne. J. Ross, Etchings ,,f a Whaling Cruise, 48 (RI Brownjohn, Alan, Sandgrains on a Tray. 45 (R) Brummel, Beau, 836 (R) Brunner, John, .4 Plague on Both Your Causes, 180 (K) Bukharin's trial, 904 (RI Bukovsk). Vladimar. 645 (K) Bullet Park, John Cheever, 374 (R) Burke, Edmund: his correspondence, 238 (K) Burland, C. A., The Exotic White Man (photo. VS . I MOW'', 839 (RI Burley. W. J., Death in Willow Pattern, 515 (K) Bume-Jones, Edward. 902 (RI Burnham. Dorothy, Through Dooms of Lore, 550 (RI Burra, Edward: exhibition, 686 (AR) Businessmen as Lencrs, Rosemary 'Tonks. 136 (K) Butler. David, and Donald Stokes. Political Change in Blown, 584 (PC). 670 (P1 Butor, Michael, 83 (RI Br the Waters of Whitediapel. Bernard Kips, 243 (RI


Cabala. l he, lhoritton Vs Met-. 206 ( 1 I ) Cade. Alexander, Turn up a Stone, 340 (R) Caernavon Castle, 9 (S) Calder, Angus, The People's War, 367 (K) Califfer. Alberto Bevilacqua, 716 (K) CALLAGHAN, JAMS intending to gerrymander over redistribution of parliamen- tary seats, 4 (PC); his gerrymander Bill, 67 (LAI. 10t) (PC); how he deals with TV interviewers, 138 (A); 164 (PC); visits Northern Ireland, 292 (PC); second visit Northern Ireland, 506 (A) Camden Festival 1970, 573 (L) Camelot Arms, 203(P1 Cameron report on disturbances in Northern Ireland. 358 (Al Cammett, John. Ant tttt io Gramsei and the Origins of Italian Communism, 144 (RI Campbell, Charlie: chief press ollicer in Washington, 172(11) Campbell. Roy: Light on a Dark Horse. 241 (R); Selected Poetry, 241 (R) Canaway, W. H., A Moral Obliga 243 (RI Candidates for oblivion, 536 (PCT

Candy, Edward, Dr Amadeus. 112 (R►

Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Men). Hamm. and Find True Happiness?, 21 (AR) Cannon, Geoffrey: the new Radio s, 330 (A); on the Bob Dylan concert. 330 (A) Cannon's shot, 330 (AI Canterbury, the Archbishop of: and the canonisation of forty English martyrs, 892 (A). 893 (V) Canterbury Tales, The, 694 (CO) Canute. King. 784 (P) Capital punishment: See DEATH PENALTY

Capote, Truman, The Thanksgiving Visitor, 550 (RI

Capricious Summer, 382 (AR) Captain Nemo and the Underwater City, 876 (AR) Car care, 12 (CI) Cardinal in Exile, The. Hugh Ross Williamson, 336 (R) Carlton Terrace, 324 (P) Carriage, the history of the, 276 (RI Carry on Camping. 50 (AR) Carry on, Carrington, 100 (PC) Carswell, John, The Descent on England, 481 (RI Cary. Joyce: A Biography, Malcolm Foster, 445 (K) Casanova, John Masters, 836 (R) Case of the During Divorcee, The, Erie Stanley Gardner, 515 (RI Case of the upside-down man, The, 163 (LA) CASTLE, BARBARA 164 (PC): at the party conference. 434 (A); an 'electoral millstone', 628 (PC); 740 (PC); her 'Trade Union Benefit' Bill, 779 (LA); Part 2 of the Prices and Incomes Act to be reactivated, 860 (PC) Cat's Pajamas, The, and Witch's Milk, Peter De Vries, 80 (R) Caulfield, Patrick: exhibition. 611 (AR) Ceausescu, President, 198 (A) Cecil, Lord David, Visionary and Dreamer, 902 (RI Cell of Good Living, A: The Life, Works and Opinions of Erie Gill, Donald Attwater, 797 (R) Censorship: Arts Council working party recommends repeal of Obscene Publications Acts, 73 (S); the Royal Court Theatre bars SPECTATOR theatre critic, 611 (AR), 632 (A), 686 (R), 691 (L). 824 (A), 913 (L) Chaban-Delmas. M.: Prime Minister, 5 (A) Chadwick, Dr Henry: 39 (S); dean of Christ Church, Oxford, 712 (A) Chamberlain, Joseph: the tariff reform campaign. 114 (K) Changeling Niobid, The, Mary D. Anderson, 721 (R) Change of air. 297 (CI) Chappelow, Allan, Shaw-'The Chucker-Out', 369(K) Charbonnier, Georges, Conversations with Claude Lill- Strauss, 179 (R) Charities: Should charily be nationalised?, 891 (LA) Charles James Fox, A Man for the People, Loren Reid, 79 (R) (harks of Orleans. Prime and Port. kited McLeod. 828 (RI Che', 487 (AR) Chewer, John, Bulk( Park, 374 (RI Chesnut[. Charks W., The Marrow: of Tradition. 210 (RI Chess, 11, 51, 91, 113, 156, 189, 221, 253. 285, 317, 348, 388, 423. 455, 494. 526, 574, 618, 658. 694, 710, 771, 1107, 850, 883, 915 (('I Crass Nona liaprintlashs di. 51 (C'); fairs Chess and other stria- tions. 91 (C); The Friends of Chess, 156 (CI; correspon- dence chess. 189 (C); stsle in chess, 221 (CI; strategy and tactics, 253 (CI: Emanuel Lasker, 153. 285. 317, 348 (C): drama and farce at tournaments. 317 (Cl; a tournament at Castlebar, County Mayo, 3811 (C); the Informator. 423 (CI; the Students' Olympiad. 455 (1'); junior chess in England, 494 (C); sacrifices, 526 (CI; longlised talents, 618 (C"); the chess clock and the time f , 658 (CI; two new books on chess openings-the Benoni and the Najdorf Varia 694 (C); Vassil) Snsyslov, 73(1 (C1; Bobby Fischer. 771, 807 (C'); the Chess Olympiads, 830 (Cl; Sam Loyd problems, 883, 915 (C') hest Olympiads, Arpad Lildeals, 850 (CI Chestenon, 6. K., 26 (L) CHICHESTER-CLARK, MAJDR JAMS compared to liusak, 227 (TA). 229 (A); must he spared humiliation, 259 (LA); 507 (A ); forced to defend his re- forming policies. 538 (Al; his position • pared with Terence O'Neill's, 538 (Al CHILDREN

Bristol tits C and tooth-brushing, 588 (S); the Children's Book, Show, 595. 610 (A), 692, 729 (1); children's books, 597-609 (RI; a child's re. iew of an adult book, 730 (CO)

Children's Book Show, 595, 610 (Al. 692, 729 (L) Children's Day (Mermaid,. 3112 (AR) China. 308, 445, 680, 835 (R I CHINA, COMMON'S! and Nepal, 71 (A); the border dispute with Russia, 229 (A): twenty years of relations between Russia and Com- munist China, 468 (A); release of British journalist, 373 (Al); relations with Russia, 729 (R I China Helpers, The, Jonathan Spence. 680 (RI Chinese Civilisation: An Introdm tion, Werner Lick! 308 (RI Chinese Masters of the Seventeenth Century, Victoria Contag, 835 (RI Christian Centuries Vol II, The. The Middle Ages, David Knowles and Dimitri Obolensky, 515 (K) CHRISTIANITY AND THE CHURCH had effects of compulsory churchgoing. 25. 120 (I); Anglican and Methodist churches vote on union, 73 (S), 74 (PS); the Church's social relevance, MI, 120 (L); God described in space travel terms, 90 (AF); a clergyman's language. 120 (LI; monasticism. 371 (RI; the Church gives no lead in today's moral wilderness, 451. 525, 572 (L); 'old-time religion' in the US. 474 (IT); original sin, 509 (PS), 617, 657, 769 (L); church history, 515 (R); The Question Why (TV) and religious 'propaganda, 537 (V), 617, 656 (L); projected canonisation of forty English martyrs liable to prejudice ecumenism?. 892 (A), 893 (VI; the modern 'three foolish men', 914 (All CHRISTMAS

charity Christmas cards, 474 (CI); 657 (Air); the h.

of Christmas cards. 849 (L); a Christmas masque-with politicians as actors, 860 (PC); the supplanting of private charity. 891 (LA); central heating instead 01 Yule logs, 896 (5); Christmas 1675 aboard a man-of-war, 896 (S)! some suggestions for Christmas stories and articles, 897

(S); a Christmas quiz. 898, 915; a report on Father Christ-

mases, 914 (CO) Christmas goose, 657 (All Christmas Tree, The, Michel Bataille, 793 (RI Christopher, Milbourne, Houdin!: The Untold Story, 874 (K) Chuck it, Stewart, 35 (LA) Church, Richard, Little Miss Moffatt. 409 (R) Churches: Orthodox churches in south-east Europe, 758 (K) Churchill, Sir Winston, 306 (R) Cigarettes: the US anti-cigarette campaign, 396 (A) Cinderella-Italian Style, 149 (AK) City That Shone, The, Vivian de Sola Pinto. 211 (10 City without Walls, W. H. Auden, 827 (RI Civilisation: A Personal View, Kenneth Clark, 840 (RI Clairmont, Claire: journals, 17 (R) Clancy, My Friend, My Friend, Patrick Ryan, 336 (R) Clark, Kenneth: 525 (API; Civilisation: A Personal View, 840 (R); The Drawings Leonardo du Vinci In the Collec- tion of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, 840 (R); Piero della Francesca, 840 (R) Claude: exhibition, 764 (AR) Clavel. Bernard, The Spaniard, 793 (RI Clean Straw for Nothing, George Johnston, 374 (K) Clear verdict, 358 (A) Cleaver, Eldridge. Post-prison Writings and .Speeches (ed.

Robert Scheer), 338 (RI Ckmenra dl Tito, La (Sadler's Wells), 553 (AR) Clifford, Clark, 6, 38 (A) Climbing the Stairs, Margaret Powell, 211 (R) Clouds and the Rain, The, (ed.) Michel Beurdeley, 835 (R) Clough, Arthur Hugh, 681 (RI. 729, 769, 805 (L)


Entries in this index arc arranged in alphabetical order, i.c. no attention is paid to spaces No. Dale between words. Thus the entry 'de Polnay' will be found after 'Denmark' and before 'Dere- lict'. Abbreviations are indexed as written (i.e. 'Mr' as in 'Mr Nixon in danger' follows all 'Mo'-entries and comes before all 'Mu'-entries) with two exceptions: 'St' is indexed as if spelt out in full as `Saint', and the various forms of 'Mac' are all indexed as if in fact spelt 'Mac'. Words in italics are titles-either of articles in the SPECTATOR or of books, magazines, and newspapers or of plays, films, operas, etc., reviewed or mentioned.

All leading articles and 'middle' articles are indexed by title, as are all books (under author and title), plays, films, operas, etc., which arc either specifically reviewed or given extended notice. In addition, every article is indexed under the subjects it deals with, usually with a brief indication of its main contents. In order to save space and to group together references on similar subjects, a number of general headings are used, as well as the names of individual countries and organisations. Among the more important of these headings arc:

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Cobban, Alfred, (ed.) The Eighteenth Century: 7 he .age ad Enlightenment, 836 (R)

Cockerell, S. C.. (intro.) Old Testament Miniatures: A

Mediaeval Picture Book. 834 (R) Cockleburr, Robert Crawford, 515 (R) Cocteau. Jean, 444 (R) Coffin for Christmas, A, 897 (PS) Cohn, Nik, Pop from the Beginning, 276 (R) Cold collation, 42 (A) Coleridge. S. T., The Friend (ed. Barbara E. Rooke), 552 (R) Coleridge and the Pantheist Tradition, Thomas McFarland, 552 (R) Collected Plays of John Whiting, The, (ed.) Ronald Hayman, 650 (R) Colour and Citizenship, E. J. B. Rose and others, 72 (A).

186 (L) Colour in Turner: Poetry and Truth, John Gage, 904 (R)


no final solution to Britain's race relations problem, 72 (A); Dr Jensen's findings on racial differences in intelli- gence, 166 (A), 218. 249 (L); non-discrimination requires the same state apparatus as discrimination, 186 (L); the Port of Spain Country Club 'racism' case, 294 (A); Eldridge Cleaver and the Black Panthers, 338 (R); Father Trevor Huddleston and 'fresh blood' for a 'tired old country', 505 (V); anti-apartheid demonstrations against the Springboks, 674, 708 (S), 880 (L); 839 (R) Columbia University, 244 (R) Colvin. Ian, The Rise and Fall of Maize Tshombe, 485 (R) Conte back, LBJ, 70 (A) Coming War Between Russia and China, The, Harrison E. Salisbury, 720 (R) Comment and contempt. 40 (A) Common Problem, The, Angus Maude. 110 (R) Common sense about UK debts, 86 (F) Communication, modern means of, deplored, 104 (PS)


a distressed Communist, 89 (L); Antonio Gramsci and the foundation of the Italian Communist party, 144 (R); Anatoly Kuznetsov's defection a sign of internal restless- ness, 163 (LA); Czechoslovakia a year after the Russian invasion. 199 (A); the Sino-Soviet border dispute, 229 (A); death of Ho Chi Minh, 325 (A); the history of relations between Russia and Communist China, 468 (A), 720 (R); see also individual countries Companion Guide to Southern Italy, The, Peter Gunn, 718 (R)


Abbey Life, 689; Allied Breweries, 119; Associated British Foods, 119, 767; Barclays Bank, 383; Bowater. 119, 217, 281, 767; J. Bibby, 119; British and Commonwealth Ship- ping, 119, 767; British Petroleum, 119, 385, 489, 767; John Brown, 184; Burmah Oil, 119, 490, 767; Clarkson (Engi- neers), 119, 184, 767; Electric and Musical Industries, 119; B. Elliott, 184; Empire Stores, 119, 767; Eva Industries. 184; Forte's Holdings, 119, 281, 767; General Accident. 523, 655, 767; gilt-edged, 53; Guest Keen, 217; Guinness Mahon, 420; Handley Page, 217; Alfred Herbert, 184; Industrial and Commercial Finance Corporation, 689; Jamaica Public Services, 119; Jones and Shipman, 184; Kaiser Steel, 119, 767; Lonrho, 87, 119, 281; J. Lyons, 119, 152, 767; Mercury Securities, 420; Montagu Trust. 420; Phoenix Assurance, 119, 767; Pillar Holdings, 119, 767; Rio Tinto-Zinc, 119; Savings 3 per cent 1965-75, 87, 767; Schroders, 420; Ernest Scragg, 119, 655; Sheffield Twist. 184; Shell, 217; Singer and Friendlander, 420; Spear and Jackson, 184; Staveley Industries, 184; Vosper, 119; Witan, 119; Wolf Electric, 184 (F) Competition. 27, 59, 90, 122, 155, 188, 220. 252, 284, 317, 347, 387, 423, 454, 494, 526, 574, 618, 658, 694, 730, 771, 806, 851, 882, 914 (CO) 'Cowie°, Imbiber, The, (ed.) Cyril Ray, 546 (CI) Complete Poems of Walter de la Mare, The, (ed.) Richard and Gales de la Mare, 872 (R) Complexes and syndromes, 347 (CO) Comprehensive schools: 583 (LA). 587 (A); academic criteria of a good comprehensive, 587 (A), 656, 691, 727, 804, 881 (L); 633 (S); 875 (R) Comprehensive School, The, Robin Pedley, 875 (R) Compton-Burnett, Ivy: death, 304 (A); pronunciation of her name, 386 (L) Computers: and international politics, 276 (R) Comrade Jacob (Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton), 800 (AR) Concorde, the: its sonic boom, 295 (S), 492 (L); Boeing's SST rival to Concorde. 436 (S), 893 (A)

Conduct Unbecoming (Queen's), 85 (AR) Confessions of Aleister Crowley, The, (ed.) John Symonds and

Kenneth Grant, 648 (R) Confrontations, 171 (A)

;Congo, Republic of the: newspapermen rescued by UN

Tunisian troops, 629 (V) Congress sunset, 102 (A) Conquistadors, The, Hammond limes. 334 (R)


a Times questionnaire to Conservative candidates. 42 (A); an appeal to the party to re-think its position, 110 (R); Young Conservatives views on Northern Ireland and Biafra. 196 (PC); malaise among the Young Conservatives, 196 (PC); Conservative candidates for Labour seats analy- sed, 228 (PC). 282 (L); economic policies of 1962-4, 240 (R), 282 (L); Sir Alec Douglas-Home's pamphlet Britain's Place in the World, 261 IA); Harold Macmillan's autobio- graphy. 306 (RI: Lord Davidson's memoirs. 335 (RI; the resolutions for this year's conference. 399 (S); wording for lapel badges. 423 (CO); would 'the pilot' return?, 452 (L); can the party give a lead to the country?, 464 (LA); SPECTATOR poll on annual conference: announcement, 467, results, 507 (A); Who votes Tory-and why?, 469 (A); Sir Anthony Meyer launches Solon, 470 (S); the Brighton conference, 504 (PC); Quintin Hogg's speech on Ulster, 504 (PC); Sir Edward Boyle leaving politics, 541 (S), 542, 589 (PS), 616, 690, 691 (L); the secret of the party's class- less appeal, 542, 589 (PS), 616, 690, 726. 768 (L); Surbiton Conservative Association attempts to oust their MP, Nigel Fisher, 584 (PC), 633 (5); Conservatives' principal aim is power, 585 (V); changes in the party's agricultural policy, 739 (LA). 848 (L); attitude to immigration in the 1950s, 656. 690 (L); lain Macleod's tax proposals, 688 (F); the party shares the responsibility for the Biafra situation, 815 (LA): approach to the eighteen-year-old voters, 816 (PC); the activities of Conservative students, 912 (L)

Constant Prince, The (Polish Laboratory Theatre), 448 (AR) Constitution, the: the gerrymander Bill underlines the need for a written constitution, 67 (LA), 120 (L); not too late to withdraw the gerrymander Bill. 99 (LA)


trading-in a car. 12 (CI); manufacturers 'guarantees' in small print. 403 (CI); the working of the Trade Descriptions Act. 748 (CI); Consumer Reports (US) and a send-up by Mad magazine, 823 (CI)

Consumers and the Economy, Frank Knox, 332 (CI) C'onsunting Interest, 12, 75, 140, 205, 297. 331. 403, 473, 544, 675, 748, 823 (CI) Contag, Victoria, Chinese Masters of the Seventeenth Century, 835 (R)

C outman: Salmon report on the law of contempt, 40 (A) Contrasts, A. W. N. Pugin, 678 (R) Conversations with Claude Lid-Strauss, Georges Charbonnier, 179 (R) Cookson, Catherine, Our Kate, 18 (R) Copeland, Miles, The Game of Nations, 276 (RI. 345, 421, 453 (L) Cordell, Alexander, Song of the Earth, 243 (R) Corley, Edwin, Siege. 721 (R) Correspondence of Edmund Burke, 7he: volume 8, (ed.) R. B.

McDowell, 238 (R) Cost of Living Like This, The, James Kennaway. 336 (R) Counterfeit Nazi: The Ambiguity of Good, Saul Friedlander, 305 (R) Country club affair, The, 294 (A)


the menace from Britain's increasing population, 24 (L); the countryside viwed from a motorway, 25 (L); Irish rain- bows, 265 (5); sheep-gathering and reaping in Ireland, 265 (S); living conditions and shopping facilities in country and town compared, 297 (CI); gathering apples, 362 (S); potato- picking, 588 (S); the disappearing hedgerows, 746 (5); 81 (R) Country Wife, The (Chichester), 85 (AR) Country without a conscience?, A, 3 (LA) Coward, Noel: a biography, 640 (R), 692, 727 (LI Craig, David, Message Ends, 48 (R) Craig, William, 538 (A) Crankshaw, Edward, Maria Theresa, 754 (RI Crawford, Robert, Cockleburr, 515 (R) Crete, Minoan, 375 (R), 452 (L) Cricket: 'Patsy' Hendren, 373 (R); 590 (P); MCC to go ahead with the tour by the South Africans, 880 (L) Crime: society guilty and not the criminal?, 329 (PS). 385 (L), 509 (PS), 524 (L) Crime by chance, 139 (A) Croft-Cooke, Rupert, Wolf from the Door, 243 (R) Cronje, Suzanne, and Auberon Waugh, Biafra: Britain's Shame, 642 (R) Crosland, Anthony: on mergers, 183, 217 (D); becomes Secretary of State for Local Government and Regional Planning, 464 (PC); now minister responsible for the 'quality of environment', 628 (PC), 710 (A)


telling the truth in politics, 25 (L); on National Health pay- ments, 139 (M); pension proposals, 583 (LA); his White Paper on National Superannuation and Social Insurance, 654 (F); attacks private medical schemes, 780 (PC) Crowhurst, Donald: story of circumnavigation of the globe false, 138 (A) Crowley, Aleister: his Confessions, 648 (R) Crozier, Brian, The Masters of Power, 513 (R), 572, 692 (L) Crucible of Christianity, The, (ed.) Arnold Toynbee, 834 (R) Cruel sea, The, 138 (A) Cry of the People for Meat, The (Bread and Puppet Theatre at the Royal Court), 20 (AR) Cuba: conditions in Cuba, 326 (A) Cullen, Tom, The Empress Brown: The Story of a Royal Friendship, 82 (R) Curb on public spending, The, 846 (F) Curzon, Lord, 148, 639 (R) Curzon in India, Volume I: Achievement, David Dilks, 148 (R) Cutforth, Rene, Order to View, 874 (R) Cut price fees, 169 (A) Cyclamates: banned as additives to foodstuffs, 590 (M), 692 (L)


163 (LA); a report a year after the Russian invasion, 199 (A); Communist party's central committee purged, 433 (A); the atmosphere of suspicion, 433 (A); Mr Dubcek turns down a 'responsible post', 470 (S); life in Prague, 782 (A); the political outlook, 782 (A); 335, 408 (R)


Daily Mail: its National Opinion Polls on politics, 543 (A) Daily Mirror: attack on the Rev Ian Paisley, 297 (A); a unit trust service for readers of the Mirrors, 450 (F) Daily Sketch: its new editor, 473 (A) Daily Telegraph: journalists press for more pay, 1 I (A); its Gallup polls on politics, 543 (A) Dali, Salvador, 310 (AR) Dames at Sea (Duchess), 312 (AR) Damnation of Faust, The (Coliseum), 245 (AR) Damn your principles!, 585 (V) Dunce of Death, The, 149 (AR) Dancers Inherit the Party, The, Ian Hamilton Finlay, 154, 283, 346, 453 (L) Danger in our midst, The, 26 (AF) Dark and obnubilated affairs, 105 (A) Dark as the Grave Wherein My Friend Is Laid, Malcolm Lowry (ed. Douglas Day and Margerie Lowry), 177 (R) Darwin and the Beagle, Alan Moorehead, 407 (R) Davidson, J. C. C. (Lord): memoirs, 335 (R) Davies, Peter Maxwell: 116 (AR); his Worldes Blis, 311 (AR); his Vesalii !cones, 877 (AR) Davis, Nuel Pharr, Lawrence and Oppenheimer, 144 (R) DEA (Department of Economic Affairs): a report on house- wives' weekly expenditures, 865 (S) Dead Sea Scrolls 1947-1969, The, Edmund Wilson, 832 (R) Dealing with the foreigner, 172 (TT) Death: medicated survival deplored, 363 (PS), 420, 452 (L) Death Cracks a Bottle, Kenneth Giles, 180 (R) Death in Willow Pattern, W. J. Burley, 515 (R) Death of a public eye, 332 (IT) Death of the Past, The, J. H. Plumb, 826 (R)


will the Government abolish the death penalty?, 668 (PC); possibility of a miscarriage of justice increased by its suspen- sion. 711 (A); Commons vote to abolish hanging. 859 (LA), 893 (V); why not public executions on TV?, 865 (S) Ue Cavalcante, Samuel: a Mafia boss, 6 (A) Decimal coinage: date. 820 (S); introduction of decimal coinage and weights and measures not generally favoured, 541 (S); the seven-sided 50p piece's unpopularity, 617 (L). 633 (S) Decorative Twenties, 77w. Martin Battersby, 844 (R) Defeat of Germany, The (Vol 11 of Victory in the West), Major L. F. Ellis and Lt.-Col. A. E. Warhurst, 478 (R) Defence: the strategic arms limitation talks (SALT) between the US and Russia, 743 (A); Britain's lack of naval strength, 819 (A) Defregger, Dr Matthias: his 'war guilt' .465 (V), 572 (L) de la Mare, Richard and Giles, (ed.) The Complete Poems of Walter de la Mare, 872 (R.) de la Mare. Walter: complete poems, 872 (R) Demon shuffler strikes again, 464 (PC) Demonstration in Pushkin Square, The, Pavel Litvinov, 645 (R) Demonstrations, marches etc.: the 'Moratorium' against the Vietnam war, 537 (A), 546 (TT); anti-apartheid demonstra- tions against the Springboks, 674, 708 (S), 880 (L); an oblique reference to the anti-apartheid demonstrations, 693 (AF) Denmark: declining sales of pornography, 106 (A); effect of repealing obscenity laws, 630 (P) de Polnay, Peter, The Patriots, 112 (R) Derelict Britain, John Burr, 136 (S) Descent on England, The, John Carswell, 481 (R) Description of Moscow and Muscovy, Sigmund von Herber- stein, 525 (R) Design: need to design with the disabled in mind, 205 (CI) Despatch of a Dove, Rhona Petrie, 180 (R) Devaluation, the timing of, 233 (S) Devlin, Bernadette, The Price of My Soul, 797 (R) Devlin, Bernadette, 235 (A), 797 (R) De Vries, Peter, The Cat's Pajamas and Witch's Milk, 80 (R) Dickens, Charles, Letters: Vol II (ed. Madeline House and Graham Storey), 750 (R) Dickson, Lovat, H. G. Wells: His Turbulent Life and Times, 907 (R) Difficulties of a statesman, 6 (A) Dilks, David, Curzon in India, Volume is Achievement, 148 (R) Dine, Jim, Welcome Home Lovebirds, 177 (R) Diplomacy: kidnapping of the US ambassador in Brazil, 323 (LA); the Duncan report, 101 (A), 108, 172 (1T) Diplomat in Japan, A, Sir Ernest Satow, 78 (R) Dirty work at every crossroads, 817 (V) Disabled, the: their special design requirements, 205 (CI) Disc dilema, 331 (MI Discoverers of Space: A Pictorial Narration, Erich Leasing, 843 (R) Discs, lumbar, 331 (M) Disputatious dominies, 132 (PC) D'Israeli, Isaac, James Ogden, 46 (R) Doctors: handling the press, 12 (A); how to persuade the medical profession to let the dying die?, 363 (PS), 420, 452 (L) Dodd, Senator, 332 (TT) Dogfight, 788 (A) Don Giovanni (Glyndcbourne), 51 (AR) Don Giovanni (Proms), 215 (AR) Don't Look Back, 214 (AR) Doolittle, Alfred: on strikes, 618 (CO) Door into the Dark, Seamus Heaney, 45 (R) dos Passos, John, The Portugal Story, 334 (R) Double Dealer, The (Royal Court), 149 (AR) Doubletalk, 139 (M) Douglas, David C., The Norman Achievement, 756 (R) Douglas-Home, Sir Alec, Britain's Place in the World, 261 (A) Do we need an SEC?, 566 (F) Dracula (TSE company at the Artist's Place), 765 (AR) Drag Hunt, James Broome Lynne, 481 (R) Dr Amadeus, Edward Candy, 112 (R) Draper, Ken: exhibition, 522 (AR) Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, The, Kenneth Clark (rev.

Carlo Pedretti), 840 (R) Dreiser, Theodore, Jennie Gerhardt, The Financier and The Titan, 210 (R) Driver, C. J., Elegy for Revolutionary, 307 (11) Drug-taking by young people, 437 (PS) Drummond, Ivor, The Man with the Tiny Head. 340 (R) Drums Along the Khyber, Duncan MacNeil, 340 (R) Dry Mass, Joseph Martindale, 307 (R) Dubcek, Alexander, 470 (S) Dubsky, Mario: exhibition, 522 (AR) Duet for Cannibals, 800 (AR) Duffy, Maureen, Wounds, 18 (R) Dufy, Raoul, 310 (AR) Duhamel, Jean, The Fifty Days: Napoleon in England, 759 (R) Duke and the Emperor, The, 366 (TT) Duncan report on the diplomatic service, 101 (A), 108, 172 (TT) Durrell, Gerald, Birds, Beasts and Relatives, 718 (R) Dustbin economy, The, 586 (A) Dustmen: their strike, 510 (S), 525 (AF); why not competitive or contract refuse collection?, 586 (A)


East-Wes' RELATIONS Russo-American strategic arms limitation talks possible, 7 (A); President Nixon's visit to Rumania, 133, 198 (A); Gerald Brooke released in exchange for the Krogers, 134, 171 (A), 185 (L); Anatoly Kuznetsov granted asylum in Britain, 163 (LA), 171 (A), 266 (PS); anti-Stalinist books dropped in East Germany by balloon, 510 (S); West Germany's Ostpolitik, 585 (A); the strategic arms limitation talks (SALT), 743 (A); the West's best policy towards Russia and China, 768 (L) Easy Rider, 341 (AR) Eberhart. M. G., Message from Hong Kong, 515 (R)


the Letter of Intent 'a lot of baloney', 22 (F); Britain's debts, 86 (F); the June trade figures, 87 (F); the Conserva- tive policies of 1962-4, 240 (R), 282 (L); upward trend in exports, 280 (F); a pessimistic bulletin from the NIESR, 343 (F); the Labour party's 'Agenda for a Generation', 450 (F); a winter of strikes and bankruptcies ahead. 535 (LA); trade figures good, 560 (P); Britain the gainer from the US inflation and European competitors' domestic discontents, 562 (F); the dangers of squeezing company profits too far, 766 (F); the N1ESR's pre-budget forecasts from 1959 to 1967 examined, 801 (F); the NIESR's current review of the economy, 801 (F); a dose of reflation needed ?, 801 (F); Part 2 of the Prices and Incomes Act to be re- activated. 860 (PC); Harold Lever on state intervention, 879 (F); 377 (R); see also EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY and FINANCIAL

Economic History of the USSR, An, Alec Nove, 15 (R) Edel, Leon, Henry James: The Treacherous Years, 592 (R) Edinburgh, Duke of: speaks on TV about royal finances, 667 (LA), 674 (S). 729 (L) Edinburgh Festival: theatre, 311 (AR); Malcolm Muggeridge on the Festival, 327 (A); music and opera, 341 (AR)


high wastage rate of women teachers, 8 (A); anticipated surplus of teachers an opportunity to raise standards, 8 (A): low standards due to the cult of self-expression, 10 (PS), 153 (L); 'pupil power', 72 (P); teachers in Scotland dis- missed for refusing to register, 132 (PC), 218 (L); the Palace of Crystal, 234 (PS); sixth-form problems, 359 (A); a scheme to educate gypsy children, 386 (L); the dottiness of 'progressivism', 438 (A); 440 (P); a second 'Black Paper' published. 470 (S); pass mark in GCE examinations adjusted up or down as necessary, 470 (S); proposed comprehensivisation Bill, 583 (LA), 587 (A); academic criteria of a good comprehensive school, 587 (A), 656, 691, 727, 804, 881 (L); the schools Professor A. J. Ayer's children attend, 690, 726, 768, 913 (L); the difficulties of the non-professional in education, 691 (L); the teachers to strike, 708 (S); progressive schools, 875 (R); schoolboys of fiction comment on teachers' strikes, 882 (CO); see also


Edward II (Assembly Hall, Edinburgh), 311 (AR) Edward ii (Mermaid), 488 (AR)

Edwardes, Michael, Bound to Exile: The Victorians in India.

796 (R) Eggs: to stop cracks when boiling, 250, 315, 345 (L) Egypt: recent events interpreted, 398 (A) Ehrman, John, The Younger Pitt, 644 (R) Eichhorn, Werner, Chinese Civilisation: An Introduction. 308 (R) Eighteenth Century, The: The .4ge of Enlightenment, (ed.) Alfred Cobban, 836 (R) Eisenhower, President: and Vietnam, 741 (VI, 804, 848 (L) Elder Edda, The, (trans.) Paul B. Taylor and W. II. Auden, 827 (R) Election battle lines emerge, The, 583 (LA) Election diary, 293 (A)


the Boundary Commissioners' report, 4 (PC ), 67. 99 (LA). 135 (A); postwar general election results examined for party 'bias', 135 (A); some voting anomalies, 185 (L); TV and general elections, 330 (A); the sure-to-be-defeated candidate, 362 (S); the next general election, 431 (LA); Who votes Tory--and why?, 469 (A); advice to a young man on voting, 471 (PS); the Paddington North, Islington North and Swindon by-elections, 536 (PC); juggling with election dates. 588 (S); alleged corrupt vote in selecting Islington North Labour candidate, 633 (S); percentage swings against Labour in recent by-elections, 820 (S); for West German election see GERMANY, WEST and for New York mayoral election see NEW YORK

Electronic music, 50 (AR) Elegy for a Revolutionary, C. J. Driver, 307 (Ft)

Ellis, Major L. F., and Lt.-Col. A. E. Warhurst, lirtory in the West Vol II: The Defeat of Germany, 478 (R)

Elton, G. R., England 1200-1640, 410 (R) Elucidating Enoch, 704 (PC) Empress Brown, The: The Story of a Royal Friendship, Toni Cullen, 82 (R) End of Atlantis, The: New Light on an Old Legend, J. V. Luce. 375 (R) End of the Affair, The, 522 (F) End to globalism, 293 (A) England 1200-1640, G. R. Elton, 410 (R) England explode, 770 (AF) English, David: to be editor of the Daily Sketch, 473 (A) English Icon, The, Roy Strong, 799 (AR)


'Their's not to reason why', 39 (S), 89 (L); the rape of the English language, 202 (S); English made difficult, 202 (S); hippy, and other, jargon, 252 (CO); 'left' and 'right' as political terms, 470 (S); fashion in words, 470 (5); the longest sentence in English literature, 493, 525 (L); U usage, 714 (R), 768, 803, 880 (L); meaning of 'assurance', 849 (L) English Literature in Our Time and the University, F. R. Leavis, 762 (R) English Progressive Schools, Robert Skidelsky, 875 (K) Enid Bagnold's Autobiography, Enid Bagnold, 751 (R) Enquiry, Dick Francis, 721 (R) Entertaining Mr Kuznetsov, 266 (PS)


derelict land, 136 (S); damage from roadworks and traffic, 170 (A); the cost and effects on amenity of implementing the GLC's road plans, 435 (A), 524 ,657 (L); Mr Crosland now minister responsible for the 'quality of enviroment', 628 (PC). 710 (A); its wholesale pollution, 710 (A); lack of coordination between the authorities which control our environment, 727 (L) Equilibrium, Tonino Guerra, 682 (R.) Ermyntrude and Esmeralda, Lytton Strachey (intro. Michael Holroyd), 370 (R) Essay on Liberation, An, Herbert Marcuse, 174 (R) Essays in the Theory and Practice of Pricing, 586 (A) Essex, University of: students barricade a Senate meeting, 669 (V); the university's problem, 817 (V) Etchings of a Whaling Cruise, J. Ross Browne, 48 (R) Etiquette, Emily Post, 639 (R) Etruscans and the Survival of Etruria, The, Christopher !lamp- ton, 147 (R), 187 (L) Europe in the Dark Ages, Jean Hubert, Jean Purcher and W. F. Volbach, 272 (R)


Britain's application still on the table, 36 (PC); high cost of foodstuffs, 36 (PC); M Pompidou's plans for the EEC, 71 (A); caution of British leaders over possible British membership, 131 (LA); the common agricultural policy and its problems, 195 (LA), 357 (A); a reason for wanting Britain in, 233 (S); radical changes now essential, 357 (A); the pros and cons for Britain of negotiations now, 465 (A); the break-up of the common agricultural system may be a necessary prelude to the EEC's rejuvenation, 465 (A); disagreement between West Germany and the Five over farmers' compensation, 586 (A); summit meeting postponed till December. 672 (A); breakdown of the common agri- cultural policy averted, 672 (A); more favourable French attitude to Britain. 672 (A); a suggested agricultural policy for an enlarged EEC, 739 (LA); present French attitude to Britain, 741 (A); conditions under which Britain could apply, 742 (A); a start towards political cooperation bet- ween the Six and Britain suggested, 742 (A); The Hague meeting of the Six, 781 (A); negotiations for entry of Britain agreed to, 781 (A); the effects of the common agri- cultural policy, 817 (A); 881 (L) Euthanasia, 420 (L) Evans, Peter, and David Bailey, Goodbye Baby and Amen, 844 (R) Evil communications, 104 (PS) Evil in a Mask, Dennis Wheatley, 340 (R) Exchange control, 139 (A) Exegi monumentum, 76 ('IT) Exits and entrances, 433 (A) Exotic White Man, The, C. A. Burland (photo. W. Furman). 839 (R) Experiment at Berkeley. Joseph Tussman, 15 (R) Eye of the Cat, 245 (AR)


Fable for the times, a, 234 (PS) Facts and fictions, 204 (A) Fade out?, 11 (A) Faithfuli, Marianne, 75 (A) Fallen idol, 235 (A) Fallen Women, Martin Seymour-Smith, 757 (R) Far East, the British in the, 680 (R) Farman, Hugh, A Regency Elopement, 681 (R) Farmer, Assistant Secretary James, 165 (A)

Farming: see AGRICULTURE

Farrer, David, G— For God Almighty, 82 (12)


Edinburgh: theatre, 311 (AR), music and opera, 341 (AR): the (spoof) 'Patience Strong Festival of Poetry and Dance'. 316 (AF); Malcolm Muggeridge on the Edinburgh Festival. 327 (A); Camden Festival poetry awards, 573 (L); Wexford Festival, 652 (AR); London Film Festival, 763 (AR) Feudal the. 136 (S) Fifty Dais, lhe: Napoleon or England, Jean Duhaniel, 759 (RI Fighting Ships, Richard Hough, 843 (R) FILMS

a. Buster Keaton season, 246 (AR); the life of the N.:11101141 Film Finance Corporation to be extended, 248 (1 1, 346 (L); London Film Festival. 763 (AR); the 11011)wood tycoons, 870 (R); Lillian Gish, 870 (R1


the Federal Reserse Bank fails to check Miliational) expectations', 52 (F); Com ,,,, sense about LA debts, Kb (L); a 9 per cent Treasury stock issued at 96). 118 (F); the French franc devalued by 12) per cent, 195 (LA). 216 a 1. 220 (AF), 213 (SI, 386 (L); the limitation of domestic credit expansion being overdone, 383 (LI; the floating Mark, 431 (LA); the IMF meeting approves SDKs. 489 (F); Chancellor's present policy stringent, not weak. 490 (Lt. the Chancellor refuses to abolish the £50 foreign trmel restriction and the import deposit scheme. 535 (LA); a financial survey, 558-571 (F); Britain's balance of pas ments position put into perspectise. 558 (F); the City's contri- bution to the balance of payments position, 561 (I-); the Cit)'s dilemma over IIISCSUllellt 10110, 766 (I-); second mortgages, 802 (F); %%lute Paper on Public Expenditure, 846 (F1; public-service investment not necessarily benefi- cial, 912 (L); see also ECONOMIC and SIOCK EXCHANGE AND IHL CITY

financier, The. Theodore Dreiser, 210 (R1 Finlay, Ian Hamilton, Ihe Dancers Inherit the Part), 154. 283, 346. 453 (L) Finley, M. 1., A History of Sicily: Ancient Sicily to the Arab Conquest, 212 (R)

First Sea Lord: An Authorised Biography in. Admiral Lord Fisher, Richard Hough, 679 (RI Fischer, Bobby, My Sim). Memorable C. 771, 807 (CI

Fisher, Admiral Lord, 679 (RI Fisher, John, The Afrikaners, 648 (R), 729, 805. 881 (1) Fisher, Nigel: his constituency association attempts to oust him, 584 (PC), 633 (S) Fitzsimons, Raymund, Barnum in London, 874 (R) Five Minutes, Sir Matthew, T. C. Worsley, 551 (RI

flambards in Summer, K. M. Peyton, 600 (R)

Flaxborough Crab, Me, Colin Watson, 340 (It) Flemish Cities, William Gaunt, 834 (R) Flight '69, 252 (AF) Flowers fin. Mr Kruchonyl,h, 786 (PS) Fluoridation of water supplies, 75 (Cl), 154 (11 Foldeak, Arpad, Chess Olympiads, 850 (C) Folies Bergere, Les, 724 (AR)


an eighteenth-century recipe book, 177(R); a wheat surplus. 231 (P); Sunday drinking, 298 (TT); preparing grouse, 331 (C1); margarine, 473 (CI); use of cyclamates h. d in foodstuffs, 590 (M); the anti-sugar lobby, 692 (L); canned ham, 823 (Cl); 'The English at Table, 1700-1970' (exhibi- tion), 909 (AR) Fool's Heart, The. Lise Roche, 307 (RI

Foot, Paul, The Rise of Enoch Powell, 704 (PC)


the Duncan report on the future of the diplomatic service, 101 (A), 108, 172 (TT); Sir Alec Douglas-Home's pamphlet Britain's Place in the World, 261 (A); British postwar foreign policy, 861 (V) Forman, W., and C. A. Burland, The Exotic White' Alan. 839 (R) Forsyth, Frederick, The Biafra Story, 146 (K) Farther in re, suaviter in mods, 259 (LA) Foster. Malcolm, Joyce Cary: A Biography, 445 (g) Fothergill, Brian. Sir William Hamilton, Envoy Extraordinary, 14 (R) Four-Gated City, The, Doris Lessing, 18 (RI Fox, Charles James, 79 (R)


the new Prime Minister, hi Chaban-Delmas, and his lust moves. 5 (A); after the presidential election, 13 (1T); predictions of conditions after de Gaulle falsified. 37 (A); attitudes to foreign investment, Europe's nuclear defence, Britain and the EEC', 37 (A); M Pompidou's first press conference, 71 (A); the franc devalued by 12) per cent, 195 (LA), 216 (F), 220 (AF), 386 (L); a defence for the devaluation, 231 (A); the economic and political climate, 231 (A); the timing of the devaluation praised, 233 (S); guerrilla tactics in industry by the CG1 against the govern- ment, 397 (A); more favourable attitude to Britain's application to join the EEC', 672 (A); present attitude to Britain's EEC' application, 741 (A); intent on getting the best EEC agricultural deal before negotia s with Britain, 781 (A); effect of the EEC's common agricultural policy, 817 (A); Charles of Orleans, 828 (K) 'France', the (liner), 404 (TT) Francesca, Piero della, Kenneth Clark, 840 (R) France's great leap forward, 37 (A) Francis, Dick, Enquiry, 721 (R) Francis-Williams, Lord. 82 (R) Franco. Jean, An Introduction to S'panish-.4narricun Liteta- lure, 903 (R) Franc's moment of truth, Me, 216 (I-) Franken, Rose, Twice Born, 551 (R) Franklin. Benjamin, 153 (L) Franklin, Colin, The Private Presses. 177 (R1 Frederick Barbnrossa, Peter Munz, 80 (K) Freedom has no Frontier, Joyce Lussu, 144 (R) Freedom Movement, the, 849 (L) Free for all?, 402 (A) Freeman, John, 432 (A) French, Philip, The Movie Moguls: An htlarmal History of the Hollywood Tycoons, 870 (R) French farms, German harvest, 817 (A) French New Novel, The: Claude Simon, Michel Butor, Alain Robbe-Griller, John Sturrock, 83 (R) Friar Muggeridge at Auld Reekie, 327 (A) Friedlander, Saul. Counterfeit Nazi: Tire Ambiguity of Good, 305 (R) Friend, The, S. T. Coleridge (ed. Barbara E. Hooke). 552 (K) Frink, Elizabeth: exhibition. 876 (AR) From a Biography If Myself, Robert Henriques, 550 (K) From Sea to Ocean, J. M. Scott, 718 (RI Frontier (Scottish Theatre Ballet), 800 (AR) Frost, Terry: exhibition, 686 (AR) Froude. J. A., The Two Chiefs of Dunhoy (ed. A. L. Rowse).

716 (R) Fulbright the Dissenter, Haynes Johnson and Bernard M.

Gwertzman, 276 (R) Further Confessions of Zeno, Italo Svevo, 176 (K) Futurism in Russia, 646 (R) Fuzz (Jeannetta Cochrane), 312 (AR)


Gage. John, Colour in Turner: Porto and Truth, 904 (K) Gal Savoie, Le, 85 (AR) Galanopoulos, A. G.. and E. Bacon, Atlantis: The Truth behind the Legend, 375 (R) 835 (R I Gamble with Death. 4, Lahirli Sumo, 80 (K) Game lore, 331 (C11

Game of Aations, Ow, Miles Copeland. 276 (RI, 345, 421,

453 (L1 Games: arias for indoor games, 658 (CO)

ciandhi. Stahatina, 446 (RI. 493 (1.)

Gandhi, Mrs Indira: opposition among patty member, 102 (A1; her candidate wins the Presidency. 264 t Al; on public

schools, 328 (51, 356 (11; struggle with 'the Ss ndicate' Tor

parts control, 71)5 (A) Gangsters' Mogg, 805 tiaprindastbili, Nona, 51 (Cl

Gardner, Erie Stanley, the ( our el the Daring D- 515(K)

Garland. Judy, 5(1 (AR)

Gaucho-. ,es: eshibition. 613 (-RI Gaunt. William. /Amish t 834 (RI Ciansworth, John. an appeal, 805 (1 1 Gazing on the Pactric, 789 al General Gowan smells trouble, 263 (Al George Ill and the Mad-Business. Ida McAll and Richard Hunter. 718 (R.) George, Will114, Anunols and Mops, 412 (RI


II ler at home. 155 (AEI. Kurt Gerstein and the 5. c

mass murders, 305 (4); Bishop Derreggers 'war guilt', 40, CS I, 572 (L); Hitler's Mein Keinipi, 476 (RI. 572 (1 I. 4:5. 761 (K)

Fast: now u Linking industrial state. 197 (A I.

West Germans drop anti-Stalinist books by ball , 510 (S)


the BBC's contribution to post-war broadcasting, II (A); opinion polls on the parties, 197 (Al; Herr van Thadden and the NDP, 197 (A); the supply of milk and eggs, 197 (A). 250, 315 (I.); party prospects for the coming general election, 293 (A); Karl Schiller's importance in the election. 357 (Al; the general election result, 430 (PW), 431 (LA). 433 (A1; SPLI/FDP coalition likely, 431 (LAI, 433 (Al; the Deutsche Mark allowed to float, 431 (LA); the SDP/FDP coalition, 505 (Al; Willy Brandt and his probable minister, 505 (A); revaluation of the DM likely. 506 (A); Stuttgart actors object to a play, 506 (A); Chancellor Brandt and his government's chances of survival, 5115 (A); Deutsche Mark revalued. 585 (A); Poland the test of Ostpolitik, 5115 I AI: unpopular with the EEC over farmers' compensation. 586 (A); Axel Springer's press empire, 591 (K); the effects of the EEC's c llllll non agricultural policy, 817 (A); now a major political and economic force, 881 (1_1

Gerstein, Kurt, 305 (R) tieyl. Peter, Orange and Stuart: 1641-1672, 830 (RI G--- For God Almighty. Dasid Ferrer. 82 (R) Ghosts. 806 (CC))

(Maas in the treasure home, 269 (TT)

Giles, Kenneth, Death Cracks a Bottle, 180 (K) Gill, Eric: a biography, 797 (RI Gilt-Eclged Cockpit, the, Douglas Rutherffird. 721 (RI Gimburg. Fvstenia. 510 (S) Giorgione's Tempesta. with Comments on Georg* 's Poem Allegories. Edgar Wind, 840 (R) Gish, Lillian, The Mu vies, Mr Griffith and Mr, 870 (R) Walston and Kruger, I). M. Schreuder, 796 (R)

Glen, Sir Alexander: head of the British -tourist Antimony.

298 (TT) Go ape, 58 (Al-) God: considered as a Sparc I 'metier, 90 (A1-1 Godlier. Joseph: and Conseisato.e agricultural policy, 7.19 (LAI. 848 (LI Goddess (TSE company at the Artist's Place), 765 (AR) God on the moon. 292 (P)

God's cotattry?, 404 (TT)

God's own propaganda, 537 (V) Gold and Silver, hallmarking of 675 (CI) Golden ages: illusory, whetherpast or future, 411 (PS)

Golden Cockerel, The (Covent Garden), 909 (AK)

Gamulka: his Poland and his (*ammunism, Nicholas Bethel!, 47 (R) Goodbye Buhyand Amen, David Bailey and Peter Evans, 844 (It ) Goodbye, Columbus, 341 (AR) Goodbye. Mr Chips, 800 ( A RI timid Lords, deliver us, 4 (PC) Gorey. Edward, (illus.) Me Jumhlies, Edward Lear, 597 (RI 'Gorgeous Ciussie', 1168 (A) Gospel according to Peter. Me, 401 (A)

Gothic Cathedral. The, Wim Swaan, 834 (K)

Gothic Europe, Sacheverell Sitwell, 79 (R) Gout, Island of Lave, 653 (AK) Governing Elites, 328 (S). 386 (L) Government in bathing trunks. 197 (A) Grafton, Sue, The Lally-Maddona War, 409 (K1 Gramsci: Antonio Gramsci and the Origins of Italian "nom, akin, John Cammett, 144 (RI

Grand Titration, Thr:.Science and Socirly in East and West,

Joseph Needham, 445 (R) Grant, Colquhoun. 681 (K) Grant, Kenneth, and John Symonds, lire Confessions of Aleister C•urwley. 649 (R) Grontrhester revisited. 102 (I') Graphic Work from the Bauhaus. Hans M. Wingler. 177 (R) Guilt: the fallacious theory that 'we are all guilty'. 329 (PS), 385 (L), 509 (PS); we should not judge others, 509 (PS) Guinea, Portuguese, 26, 57, 89 (L) Guineas and Gunpowder: British Foreign Aid in the Wars with France 1793-1815„ John M. Shenvig, 115 (R) Gulliver's Travels, Swift's, 713 (A) Gunn, Peter, The Companion Guide to Southern Italy, 718 (R) Guru and the Golf Club, The, David Benedictus, 146 (R) Gwertzman, Bernard M., and Haynes Johnson, Fulbright the Dissenter, 276 (R) Gypsies: education of children, 386 (L) Gypsy Moths, The, 611 (AR)


Hadfield, John, (ed.) The Saturday Book, 844 (R Hadrian in the Orient, Candida Lycctt Green and Christopher Thynne. 602 (R) Hair (play), 546 (TT), 616 (L) Hairdressing, 785 (S) Haldane: Lord Haldane: Scapegoat for Liberalism. Stephen E. Koss, 175 (R); 283, 345 (L) Half-Crown Colony, James Pope-Hennessy, 718 (RI Hall, Peter: to be co-director at Covent Garden, 116 (AR) Hallmarking of gold and silver, 675 (C1) Hamilton, tan, (ed.) The Modern Poet, 45 (R) Hamilton, Sir William, 14 (R), 58, 121 (L) Hamlet (Open Space, Tottenham Court Road), 85 (AR) Hamlet's gravedigger: on strikes, 618 (CO) Hammarskjold, Dag, 46 (R) Hampton, Christopher, The Etruscans and the Survival of Etruria, 147 (R), 187 (L) Hancock, Freddie Hancock and David Nathan, 794 (R) Hancock, Freddie, and David Nathan, Hancock, 794 (R) Handbook of Greek Art, Gisela Richter, 833 (R) Hardie, Martin, Water-colour Painting in Britain: Volume IH The Victorian Period, 309 (R) Hard slog, 326 (A) Harold Lever on state intervention, 879 (I') Harold Wilson is my daddy, 395 (LA) Hartley. L. P., The Love-Adept, 80 (R) Hanson, W. R., The Benoni, 694 (C) Haswell, Jock, The Respectable Spy: The Life and Times of Colquhoun Grant, 681 (R) Have you Medicare in England?, 676 (TT) Haydn's masses, 181 (AR) Hayman. Ronald, (ed.) The Collected Plays of John Whiting, 650 (R) Haynsworth, Clement: nomination to Supreme Court, 396 (AI; appointment rejected by the Senate, 783 (A) Health: a leaflet about the NHS's deficiencies. 387 (L); sec also MEDICAL Heaney, Seamus. Door into the Dark, 45 (R) Hearsay evidence, 267 (A) Heartfield, John: photomontages, 555 (AR) Heart transplants: death of Philip Blaiberg, 264 (M ); reaction against ballyhoo over transplant operations, 264 (M)


popularity rating rises and falls with Mr Wilson's, 103 (S); and the EEC, 131 (LA); difficulty of commenting on the balance of payments surplus, 362 (S); does not command confidence as leader, 452 (L); quoted, 820 (5) Heating, central: 896 (S); the Duke of Wellington's at Strathfieldsaye, 896 (S) Heller, Joseph, We Bombed in New Haven. 46 (R) Hemingway, Ernest. Carlos Baker, 208 (R) Hendren, 'Patsy', 373 (R) Henriques, Robert, Front a Biography of Myself, 550 (RI Henry VIII (Stratford-upon-Avon), 520 (AR) Henry James: The Treacherous Years, Leon Edel, 592 (R) Heppenstall, Rayner, The Shearers, 112 (R) Here Endeth the Lesson, Chaim Bermant, 112 (R) He Was There from the Day We Moved In, Rhoda Levine, 597 (R) Hewish, John, Emily Bronze: A Critical and Biographical Study, 796 (R) High Midsummer pomps, 44 (TT) Hijacking of aircraft: 323 (LA), 346 (AF); a way to stop it, 452 (L); 633 (S) hijacks and low diplomacy, 323 (LA) Hillier, Bevis, Posters, 844 (R) Nimes, Chester, Blind Man with a Pistol, 48 (RI Himmler at home, 155 (AF) 'Hippies': occupation of premises, 394 (PW), 395 (LAI. 399 (S), 422 (AF); why they were evicted, 436 (S); no supple- mentary benefits, 452 (L); why not 'work communes' ?, 490 (L); 'Satan's Slaves', 850 (AF) Hired Man, The, Melvyn Bragg, 682 (R) II i rmer, Max, and P. E. Arias, History of Greek Vase Painting, 833 (R) His, Hers and Theirs (Apollo), 845 (AR) History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I, The, Sir F. Pollock and F. W. Maitland, 274 (R), 421 (L) History of Greek Vase Painting, Max Hirmer and P. E. Arias, 833 (R) History Of Italy, Francesco Guicciardini (trans. and ed. Sidney Alexander). 790 (R) History of Modern Germany 1840-1945, A, Hajo Holborn, 761 (R) History of Sicily, A: Ancient Sicily to the Arab Conquest, M. 1. Finley, 212 (R) History of the Asians in East Africa, 1886-1945, A, J. S. Mangat, 548 (R) History of the Carriage, The, Laszlo Tarr, 276 (RI History of the Second World War. Victory in the West Vol II: The Defeat of Germany, Major L. F. Ellis and Lt.-Col. A. E. Warhurst, 478 (R) Hitler, Adolf, Mein Kampf (intro. D. C. Watt). 476 (R), 572 (L) Hobsbawm, E. J., Bandits, 908 (R) Ho Chi Minh: death. 325 (A) Hogg, Quintin: in an unsuccessful confrontation with young people, 10 (PS), 88, 153 (L); his conference speech on Ulster, 504 (PC) Holborn, Hajo, A History of Modern Germany 1840-1945. 761 (R) - Holidays: the development of the imaginary resort 'Porto Erotico', 252 (AF); the £50 travel allowance, 298 (TT) Holmes, Sir Robert, 378 (R) Home and abroad, 261 (A)


unwelcome visitors, 167 (SI, 250 (L); designing for the disabled, 205 (CI); shopping facilities and living condi- tions in country and town compared, 297 (CI); a report from the DEA on housewives' weekly expenditures, 865 IS); increase in central heating installations, 896 (S) Home in the west. 573 (AF)

Homeless Paintings of the Renaissance, Bernard &reason. 840 (R) Ilonorary degrees. 44 (TT) Honours: John Lennon returns his MBE. 818 (P) Honours list, 895 (A)

/lorns of the City dilemma. The, 766 (F)

Horrible idle men, 493 (AF) Hotels: standards, especially service, in British hotels, 298 (TT) Houdlni: The Untold Story, Milbourne Christopher, 874 (R) Hough, Richard, First Sea Lord: An Authorised Biography of Admiral Lord Fisher, 679 (R) Hough, Richard, Fighting Ships, 843 (R) House of the Sleeping Beauties, Yasunari Kawabata (trans. Edward G. Seidensticker), 146 (R) Houses and housing: hippies and squatters ejected from 144 Piccadilly, 394 (PW), 395 (LA), 399 (S), 422 (AF); why they were evicted, 436 (S); 'squatting' in Italy, 706 (A); mortgage brokers, 730 (L) Howard, Elizabeth Jane, Something in Disguise, 682 (R) How to wreck a university, 169 (A) Hoxton Childhood. A, A. S. Jasper, 211 (R) Hubert, Jean, Jean Porcher and W. F. Volbach, Europe in the Dark Ages, 272 (R) Huddleston, Father Trevor (Bishop of Stepney): and 'fresh blood' in a 'tired old country', 505 (V); 572, 656, 691 (L) Hue and Cry, James Alan McPherson, 716 (R) Hugo and Josefin, 876 (AR) Humanism: inadequacy of the intellectual humanist tradition, 747 (PS), 848, 913 (L) Hungry Grass, The, Richard Power, 336 (R) Hunt, Diana Holman: My Grandfather, His Wives and Loves, 758 (R); My Grandmothers and I. 758 (R) Hunt, William Holman, 758 (R) Hunter, Richard, and Ida McAlpine, George III and the Mad- Business, 718 (R) Husak, Gustav, 433 (A) Huxley, Aldous: 211 (R); his letters, 752 (R), 896 (S) Huxley, Laura Archers, This Timeless Moment, 211 (R) Huxley, Paul: exhibition, 686 (AR) Hyams, Edward. Killing No Murder: A Study of Assassination as a Political Means, 122 (R) Idomeneo (concert performance), 342 (AR) If music be the food of lore . . , 591 (Tr) Immigration: no final solution to Britain's race relations problem. 72 (A); the Conservatives and immigration in the

1950s, 656. 690 (L); see also COLOUR PROBLEM

Imperial Sunset Vol is Britain's Liberal Empire 1897-1921, Max Beloff, 796 (R) Impersonation of Angels, An: A Biography of Jean Cocteau, Frederick Brown, 444 (R) In and out of season, 893 (V) In an Eighteenth Century Kitchen, 177 (R) Incomes policy: Part 2 of the Prices and Incomes Act to be reactivated, 860 (PC) Incompetence and the 'Peter principle', 401 (A)


relations with Nepal, 71 (A); crisis in the Congress party, 102 (A); the British rule in India, 148 (R), 219, 250 (L); Mrs Gandhi v. the Congress party bosses, 264 (A); Mrs Gandhi on Indian public schools, 328 (S), 386 (L); Gandhi, 446 (R), 493 (L); Mrs Gandhi's struggle with 'the Syndi- cate', 705 (A); 835 (RI India, Roloff Beny and Aubrey Menen, 835 (R) Indian Painting, M. S. Randhawa and J. K. Galbraith, 835 (RI


Britain and Germany compared, 102 (P); the Port Talbot strike, 2134 (A); the industrial situation 'out of control', 535 (LA); What's wrong with British industry?, 564 (F); a memo from Arnold Weinstock to his managers, 568 (F); the new Ministry of Technology and its powers in industry, 568 (F); Mr Wilson's policy of industrial appeasement, 583 (LA); state interference in British industry, 725 (F); Harold Lever on state intervention, 879 (F); see also STRIKES

Inlander, Henry: exhibition, 520 (AR) Inns. Hammond. The Conquistadors, 334 (R)


Salmon report on the law of contempt, 40 (A); the Redcliffe- Maud report, 57 (L), 436 (S), 628 (PC); the Duncan report on the overseas diplomatic service, 101 (A), 108 (TT); the Skeffington report People and Planning, 136 (S), 170 (A), 436 (S); After Mountbatten: a special report. 200 (A); a Board of Trade inquiry into Pergamon Press recommended, 313 (F); the Cameron report on disturbances in Northern Ireland, 358 (A); the Wheatley report (Scotland), 436 (S), 524 (L); the White Paper on National Superannuation and Social Insurance, 654 (F); Swann Committee's report on antibiotics for animals, 822 (M); White Paper on Public Expenditure, 846 (F) In Russia, Inge Morath and Arthur Miller, 844 (R) In Search of Mihailo, Dolores Pali, 307 (R) Institute's crystal ball, The, 343 (F) Insurance: White Paper on National Superannuation and Social Insurance, 654 (F); equity-linked life assurance, 725 (F); underwriting at Lloyd's, 847 (F) Intelligence: Dr Jensen's findings on racial differences in intelligence. 166 (A). 218. 249 (L); influence of heredity and environment on IQ, 166 (A), 218, 249 (L) International Monetary Fund: and Britain's debts, 86 (F); annual report, 489 (F); approves Special Drawing Rights, 489 (F) In the chair. 364 (A) In the Twilight, Andre Simon, 544 (CI) In Transit, Brigid Brophy, 481 (R) Introduction to Spanish-American Literature, An, Jean Franco, 903 (R) Intruder, The, John Rowe Townsend, 600 (R) Invalid power, 544 (M) Inverchapel, Lord, 108 (TT) Investigating the investigators, 707 (A)


an investment portfolio, 23, 53, 87, 119, 152, 570 (F); unit trusts' performance this year in a bear market, 23 (F); how the fixed interest media are faring-national savings, building societies, gilt-edged securities, 53 (F); property bonds, 314, 615, 689 (F); investment trusts, 343 (F); bank shares, 383 (F); merchant bank shares, 419 (F); equity- linked life assurance, 725 (F) In vino veritas. 140 (Cl) Iowa, 474 cm IQ measurements: their value, 166 (A), 218, 249 (L)


the Irish language, 57 (L); its limited interest in the North, 265 (S); the West, 265 (S); Irish rainbows, 265 (S); sheep- gathering, 265 (S); reaping. 265 (S); Britain 'got off the hook' in 1921?, 421 (L); 'Irish Portraits, 1660-1860', 682 (AR); the rebellion of 1798, 685 (R)


an entreched clause in the Ireland Act 1949, 153. 186 (L); renewed violence, 194 (PW). 196 (PC); the Northern Ireland Special Powers Act, 227 (LA), 283, 314 (L); troops called in over Belfast riots, 227 (LA), 229 (A); the future of Northern Ireland. 227 (LA), 229 (A); deep divisions created, 229 (A); Bernadette Devlin and the press, 235 (A); Bernadette Devlin and the Rev Ian Paisley, 249 (L); a face- saving approach by British government essential, 259 (LA); the right-wing challenge, 262 (A); the problems of reform of the police and Protestant-Catholic relations, 262 (A); BBC and ITV coverage of events, 268 (A); the English public's ignorance of and indifference to affairs in Ireland. 292 (PC); a full-scale debate at Westminster probable, 292 (PC); Mr Callaghan's visits, 292 (PC), 506 (A); how to cure the sectarian hatreds?, 314 (L); the Cameron report on the disturbances, 358 (A); will the Protestants be out- bred?, 452 (L); reforms recommended will destroy Pro- testant privileges, 503 (LA); most elements of open insurrection now present, 503 (LA); further disturbances in Belfast, 506 (A); Unionist party close to breaking point, 538 (A); Major Chichester-Clark and his reforms, 538 (A) Iron Chancellor, steely Governor, 383 (F) Irony: needs a special fount of type?, 187 (L) Islington North: by-election, 536 (PC); alleged corruption in selecting Labour candidate, 633 (S) Israel: the Al Aqsa mosque (Jerusalem) fired, 261 (A); the Dead Sea scrolls, 832 (R) Is there a junkie in the house?, 437 (PS) I switch off, 74 (A) Italics are Mine, The, Nina Berberova, 754 (R)


the political scene after the collapse of Signor Rumor's government, 37 (A); the Socialist parties, 37 (A); Gramsci and the Italian Communist party, 144 (R); Signor Rumor forms a new government, 197 (A); the parties surveyed, 197 (A); Rome as portrayed by Thornton Wilder, 206 (TT); struggle between employers and trade unions, 706 (A); the government's weakness, 706 (A); housing and the lower-paid. 706 (A) I Used To Believe I Had Forever Now I'm Not So Sure, William Saroyan, 80 (R)


Jagger, Mick, 75 (A), 892 (P) James, Henry, 592 (R) James, Robert Rhodes, Memoirs of a Conservative: J. C. C. Davidson's Memoirs and Papers 1910-37, 335 (R) Jameson, Storm, Journey from the North, 550 (R)

JAPAN British diplomat's memories, 78 (12); problems needing

solution, 165 (A); position vis-a-vis South-East Asia, 165 (A); the export boom, 562 (F); its technology, 747 (PS); 478, 553 (R) Jasny, Dr Naum, 345 (L) Jasper, A. S., A Hoxton Childhood, 211 (R) Jean in the Morning, Janet Sandison, 18 (R) Jenkins, Roy: his Letter of Intent 'baloney', 22 (F); and the victories of the liberal minority, 137 (PS), 185 (L); the money squeeze continued, 535 (LA) Jennie Gerhardt, Theodore Dreiser, 210 (R) Jensen, Dr Arthur: his findings on racial differences in intelligence, 166 (A), 218, 249 (L) Jensen bomb, The, 166 (A) Jews: the Nazi mass murders, 305 (R) John and Mary, 910 (AR) Johnson, Dr: on Gretna Green marriages, 90 (CO) Johnson, Haynes, and Bernard M. Gwertzman, Fulbright the Dissenter, 276 (11) Johnson, Lyndon B.: an outstanding Senate leader, 70 (A) Johnson, Uwe, An Absence (trans. Richard and Clara Win- ston), 307 (R) Johnston, George, Clean Straw for Nothing, 374 (R) Joke, The, Milan Kundera, 408 (R) Jones, Sir Elwyn: a 'nice man', 100 (PC), 250 (L) Jones, Thomas, Whitehall Diary Vol II 1926-1930 (ed.

Keith Middlemas), 792 (R) Joseph Chamberlain and the Tariff Reform Campaign: Vols V and VI of the Life of Joseph Chamberlain, Julian Amery, 114(R) Journals of Claire Clairmont 1814-1827, The, (ed.) Marion Kingston Stocking, 17 (R) Journey from the North. Storm Jameson. 550 (R) Journey, Not the Arrival, Matters, The, Leonard Woolf, 512 (R) Joy of the Worm. Frank Sargeson, 146 (R) hunblies, The, Edward Lear (illus. Edward Gorey), 597 (R) hinge Lord, Der (Sadler's Wells), 553 (AR) Justine, 341 (AR) 'Just send us the money', 894 (A)


Kandinsky: The Language of the Eye, Paul Overy, 904 (R) Katkov, George, The Trial of Bukharin, 904 (R) Kawabata, Yasunari, House of the Sleeping Beauties (trans. Edward G. Seidensticker), 146 (R) Kazantzakis, Helen, Nikos Kazantzakis: A Biography, 871 (R) Kazantzakis, Nikos: A Biography, Helen Kazantzakis, 871 (R) K. D. Dufford . (Lamda Theatre Club), 417 (AR) Keaton, Buster, 246 (R) Keeler, Christine: the Keeler memoirs, 438, 472 (A) Kennaway, James, The Cost of Living Like This, 336 (R) Kennedy, Senator Edward: involved in a drowning accident, 133 (A), 141 (TI), 185, 219, 250 (L) Kennedy, Ludovic, Very Lovely People: A Personal Report on Some Americans Abroad, 636 (T1) Kestelman, Morris: exhibition, 554 (AR) Ketton-Cremer, R. W.: death, 865 (S) Keynes, J. M.: and Liberal party policy, 525 (L) Killing No Murder: A Study of Assassination as a Political Means, Edward Hyams, 212 (R) Kill with Kindness, Dell Shannon, 515 (R) King Canute, 784 (P) Kirby, Major-General S. Woodburn, and others, The War Against Japan. Vol V: The Surrender of Japan, 478 (R) Kirkup, James, Streets of Asia, 718 (RI Kissinger, Henry, American Foreign Policy, 293 (A) Knowles, David, and Dimitri Obolensky, The Christian Centuries Vol II: The Middle Ages, 515 (RI Knox, Frank, Consumers and the Economy, 332 (CI) Kontakion for the Departed, Alan Paton, 550 (R) Kops, Bernard, By the Waters of Whitechapel, 243 (R) Koss, Stephen E., Lord Haldane: Scapegoat for Liberalism, 175 (R) Kraay, C. M., Greek Coins, 833 (R) Kroetsch, Robert, The Studhorse Man, 551 (R) Krogers, the: to be realeased in exchange for Gerald Brooke, 134, 171 (A), 185, 219 (L) Kruchonykh, Aleksey: at his birthday celebration, 786 (PS) Kubin, Alfred, The Other Side, 410 (Ft) Ku Klux Klan, the, 440 (TT) Kundera, Milan, The Joke, 408 (R) Kuznetsov, Anatoly: granted asylum in Britain, 163 (LA), 171 (A); Entertaining Mr Kuznetsov, 266 (PS)


intention to gerrymander over Boundary Commissioners' recommendations, 4 (PC), 67 (LA); and Britain's appli- cation to join the EEC, 36 (PC); defeated in the Lords over the gerrymander Bill, 99 (LA), 100 (PC); not too late

to withdraw the gerrymander Bill, 99 (LA); speculations on the details of a government reshuffle. 164 (PC); a face- saving approach essential for Northern Ireland, 259 (LA); Long John Silver as a Labour MP, 283 (AF); its advertise- ments, 328 (S); the annual conference at Brighton, 434 (A); Jeremy Bray resigns from Government, 436 (5); 440 (P); 'Agenda for a Generation' (publication). 450 (F); the Cabinet reshuffle,464 (PC); a Labour advertisement quoted. 470 (5); present financial policy stringent, not weak. 490 (L); the Ministry of Technology—the new super-ministr. of industry, 568 (F); principal proposals in the Queen's speech, 583 (LA); alleged corrupt vote in selection of Islington North candidate, 633 (S); two Cabinet exceptions to party unity, 740 (PC); Mrs Castle's 'Trade Union Bene- fit' Bill, 779 (LA); its responsibility for the Biafran situation shared by the Conservatives, 815 (LA); approach to the eighteen-year-old voters, 816 (PC); by-election swings against Labour fairly uniform, 820 (5); Commons vote to abolish hanging, 859 (LA); Part 2 of the Prices and Incomes Act to be reactivated, 860 (PC); a Christmas masque— with politicians as actors, 860 (PC); protesters at Lord's next year, 869 (P); see also ECONOMIC. HAROLD WILSON and individual ministers

Labour's jealous eye, 450 (F)

Lamb, Albert: probable editor of the Sun, 364 (A) Lancaster, Osbert, Sailing to Byzantiunt, 758 (R) Land and the Flesh, The, Ivan Potrc, 112 (R) Landscape (Aldwych), 50 (AR) Land without hope, A, 199 (A) Laqueur, Walter, The Struggle for the Middle Law: I he Soviet Union and the Middle East 1958-68, 794 (R) Last Chance Saloon, The (La Mama troupe at the Arts). 20 (AR) Last of Bloomsbury, The, 236 (TT) Last Senator Kennedy, The, 133 (A) Last Summer, 876 (AR) Latin America: 516 (R); Spanish-American literature, 903 (R) Latin America: A Cultural History, German Arcinicgas, 516 (R) Laughter in the Dark, 312 (AR) Laurens, Henri: exhibition, 724 (AR) Law and ordure, 525 (AF)

Lawrence, E. 0., 144 (R) Lawrence and Oppenhe. Nuel Pharr Davis, 144 (K) Layman's dilemma, 363 (PS)

Lear, Edward, The Jumblies (illus. Edward Gorey), 597 (K) Learning to love the Tories, 504 (PC) Leasco Data Processing Corporation: relations with and takeover of Pergamon Press, 280, 313, 418, 522 (1-) Leavis, F. R., English Literature in Our Time and the Linker- sit), 762 (R) Lee. Laurie, As 1 Walked Out One Midsummer Morning, 718 (R)

Lefebvre, Georges, Napoleon: from Tilsit to Waterloo 1807-

1815, 14 (R) LEGAL Salmon report on the law of contempt, 40 (A); rescission of sentences by the Government, 57, 185, 219 (L); the division of lawyers into barristers and solicitors the strength of the British system, 106 (A); disproportionate motoring sentences, 136 (S); the exchange control regulations, 139 (A); for and against hearsay evidence, 267 (A); English law before Edward I, 274 (R); a mandamus order sought over Boundary Commissioners' report, 543 (A); an anomaly of the Civil Evidence Act 1968, 711 (A); possibility of a miscarriage of justice increased by the suspension of the death penalty, 711 (A); the investigation of allegations against the police, 786 (A) Lemarchand, Elizabeth, Alibi for a Corpse, 515 (R) Lemon, The, Mohammed Mrabet. 409 (R) Leningrad, the siege of, 446 (R) Lennon, John: returns his MBE, 818 (P); 869 (A) Leonardo da Vinci: his drawings, 840 (R)

Leonardo's Last Supper (Open Space), 845 (AR)

Leprosy, 748 (M) Lessing, Doris, The Four-Gated City, 18 (R) Lessing, Erich, Discoverers of Space: A Pictorial Narration, 843 (R) L'Etang, Hugh, The Pathology of Leadership, 544 (M)

Let's all swing together, 329 (PS)

Letter from England, 188 (AF) Letters from North America and the Pacific 1898, Charles Philips Trevelyan, 906 (R)

Letters of Aldous Huxley, The, (ed.) Grover Smith, 752 (R)

Letters: Vol 11, Charles Dickens (ed. Madeline House and Graham Storey), 750 (R) Letter to my son, A, 471 (PS) Lever, Harold: on state intervention, 879 (F) Levine, Rhoda, He Was There from the Day We Moved In, 597 (R) Levi-Strauss, Claude: conversations with, 179 (R) Liberal hour, 403 (A) Liberalism: the opiate of the thinking classes, 137 (PS), 185 (L) LIBERAL PARTY the report 'Liberals Look Ahead'. 260 (PC); the party's hopes assessed, 355 (LA), 421 (L); the annual Assembly at Brighton. 355 (LA), 387 (AF); Jeremy Thorpe's leader- ship, 355 (LA), 362 (S); the annual Assembly on television.

403 (A) 'Liberals Look Ahead' (Liberal report), 260 (PC) Liberman, Alexander, Greece, Gods and Art, 834 (R) Licensing hours, 235 (A) Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi, The, Robert Payne, 446 (R) Life in Russia Today, Jack Miller, 549 (R) Light on a Dark Horse, Roy Campbell, 241 (R) Limousine liberal, The, 324 (A) Lindsay, Mayor John: gains support of Democrats in New York, 165 (A); his record and his election prospects, 324 (A); re-elected Mayor of New York, 670 (A)

L'infedeha delusa (Wexford Festival), 653 (AR)

Lionel Touch, The (Lyric), 686 (AR) Lisi, Albert, Round Trip from Poptun, 718 (R) Little Miss Moffatt, Richard Church, 409 (R) Little White Bird. The, Sir James Barrie, 634 (PS) Litvinov, Pavel, The Demonstration in Pushkin Square, 645 (R) Living Theatre, the, 59 (CO) Living without television, 400 (PS) Llosa, Mario Vargas, The Green House, 716 (R) Lloyd's: insurance underwriting, 847 (F) LOCAL GOVERNMENT the Redcliffe-Maud report, 57 (L), 628 (PC): need for greater publicity and consultation about local plans before decisions are made, 136(5), 170 (A); the differing proposals of Redcliffe-Maud (for England) and Wheatley (for Scot- land), 436 (S), 524 (L); the economics of refuse collection, 586 (A) Local options, 170 (A) La He comes, 90 (AF) Lolly-Maddona War, The, Sue Grafton, 409 (R) LONDON the proposed 600 ft bank building near St Paul's. 150 (AR): filled with overseas tourists, 295 (5); demolition in Blooms- bury, 295 (5); Carlton Terrace to be replaced by offices 324 (P); hippie squatters at 144 Piccadilly. 394 (PM, I. 395 (LA), 399, 430 (5); the 6LC's 'London Transportation Studs', 435 (Al: the cost of the (iLC's motorway proposals. 435 (Al, 657 (L); London transport's shortcomings, 524 IL); London's illogical transport system. 524 (LI; Scotland Yard etc threatened hs Whitehall rebuilding. 868 (Al. the Thames and conservation, 908 (AR) London: arithmetic of devastation, 435 (Al London Film Festisal, 763 (AR)

Landon Labour and the London Poor, Henry May hew, 750 (K I London Magazine Stories 4, 793 (RI

London School of Economics: students shout down the annual Oration, 820 (SI London Transport, 435 (A). 524, 657 (1 London Weekend Television: its troubles. 304 IA1 Longford. Elizabeth, Wellington: The leers of the Sootd. 638 (RI Longrigg, Roger, The Sun on the Water. 481 (RI Long Sonata of the Dead, the. Michael Robinson. 551 (RI Lords. House of: defeats Mr kk gerrymander Hill. 67. 99 (LA), 100 (PC') Loss of El Da lo, the. V. S. Naipaul. 647 (RI Lost horizons. 42 (A) Lost in the Funhouse, John Barth, 374 (RI Lovat Fraser, Claud: exhibition of wapiti,: work, 44') (AR) Lore-Adept, The, L. P. Hartley. 80 (RI

Lore-Girt and the Innocent. The, Alexander Solzhenits) it, 3711

1R). 453. 492. 573. 618 (1) Low Matt h. .4. Barbara Skelton, 140 (R) Lowry. Malcolm. Dank as the Grace Wherein Air friend is Laid (ed. Douglas Day and Alargerie Lowry). 177 (RI

Luce, J. V., the End Atlantis.- New Light on an Old Legend.

375 (R) Lucky old Pope, 292 (P C1 Will Miller (Wexford Festival), 652 (AR Luntuniba, Patrice, 46 (R) Lunatics: not 'bloody fools', 167 (SI

Lussu, Joyce. freedom has no frontier. 144 (RI

Lyall. Gavin, Venus with Pistol. 721 Mr Lycelt Green, Candida. and Christopher 1h)ime. thulium in the Orient, 602 (R) Lynne, James Broome, Drag Hunt, 481 (RI


Maas. Jereins, I it-torian Painters. 311'1 (RI McAlpine, Ida, and Richard Hunter, George III and the Afad- fliirinerN. 718 (R)

Macbeth (Covent Garden), 19 (AR I MacCaffrey, Wallace, The Shaping ol the 1.11;altethan Regime: Elizabethan Politit.v. 1558-72. 593 (K) McDowell, R. B., (ed.) The Correspondence od Ed 1 Burke: volume 8, 238 (RI McFarland, Thomas, Coleridge and the Pantheist Tradition, 552 (RI Machines, human, 453 (Al.) MacInnes. Colin, Westward to Laughter. 3311 (RI Mackay, Margaret, The Violent Friend: ihe Store of Mr, Robert Louis Stevenson, 209 (RI McLeod, Enid, Charles of Orleans. Prune and l'oet,1428 (R)

Macleod, lain: his tax proposals. 688 (11.) Macmillan, Harold, Tides 41.4o-tune 1941-1951. 306 (R)

MacNeil. Duncan, Drums Along the Khyber, 340 (R) McPherson, James Alan. Hue and Cry, 716 (RI

MacRune's Guevara (play). 506 (A)

Mad dog and while panther, 356 (A) Madwoman of Chaillot, The, 653 (AR) Mafia, the. 6 (A)

Magellan's Voyage: A Narratire Aft , Ant Pig:della

(trans. and ed. R. A. Skelton). 761 (K) Magic Christian. The, 876 (ARI Magic Christian. 77w, Terry Sourhern. 716 (K) Magic touch, 205 (M) Magistrate, The (Cambridge), 417 (AR) Magus, The, 724 (AR)

Maitland, F. W., and Sir F. Pollock, The thwart, of buttes,'

Law Before the Time of Edward 1, 274 (K), 421 ad Majority rule, 205 (Cl) Make it Happen to Me, Christopher Wood. 48 (K)

Making of the President 1968, The, Theodore 11. White.

715 (R) Malamud, Bernard. Pictures of Fidel , 908 (R) Malamud, Bernard, William Sansom, Jean Rhys and David Plante, Penguin Modern Stories 1, 146 IR ) Mallett, Michael, The Borgias: The Rise and Fall of a Renaissance Dynasty, 377 (R) Mandel, Paul and Sheila. The Black Ship. 48 (RI Mander, Raymond, and Joe Mitchenson, Musical mmmm illy: A Story in Pictures, 874 (R)

Mangat, J. S., A History of the Asians in East Africa, 1886-

1945, 548 (R) Man of War: Sir Robert Holmes and the Restoration Nary, Richard 011ard, 378 (R) Man on the Balcony, The, Maj Sjowall and Per Waldo,,, 180 (R) Man Who Drew the Twentieth Century. The, Michael Bateman, 844 (R) Man with the Tiny Head, The, Ivor Drummond. 340 (R) Marchenko, Anatoly, My Testimony, 549 (R) Marching through Iowa. 511 (TT) Marcuse, Herbert: his credo, 163 (LA), 174 (RI, 219, 249, 421 (L) Marcuse, Herbert. An Essay on Liberation. 174 (K) Margarine, 473 (Cl) Margarine is nicer, 36 (PC) Maria Stuarda (King's Theatre Edinburgh), 342 (AR) Maria Theresa, Edward Crankshaw, 754 (R) Markets take the strain, 570 (F) Marlowe, Derek, A Single Summer with L.B., 551 (R) Marriage: advice to a young man, 471 (PS), 525 (L) Marrow of Tradition, The, Charles W. Chesnut), 210 (K) Marsh, Richard: loses Cabinet post, 464 (PC) Martin, J. F.. Uncle and Claudius the Camel, 597 (R) Martindale. Joseph, Dry Mass, 307 (R) Masters, John, Casanova. 836 (R) Masters of Power, The. Brian Crozier, 513 (R), 572. 692 (L) Matisse bronzes, 279 (AR) Maud: see Redcliffe-Maud Maude, Angus, The Common Problem, 110 (R) Maude, H. E., Of Islands and Men: Studies in Pacific Illstory, 16 (R) Mayor, J. W., Jr, Voyage to Atlantis. 375 (R) Maxwell, Robert: to buy the Sun and start a new paper, 107, 267 (A). 344 (L); the PergamonfLeasco negotiations, 280, 313, 418 (F); Leasco wins, 522 (F); 283 (Al') Maxwell in-out drama, The, 418 (F) Mayhew, Christopher, Party Games, 442 (R) Mayhew, Henry, London Labour and the London Poor, 750 (R)

Mays, Spike, Reuben's Corner, 81 (R)

MBE: medal returned by John Lennon, 818 (P) Meade, Richard, A Score of Arms, 721 (R) Meakin, Derek: give-away ad-nags, 402 (A) the abuse of the abortion law, 41 (AI, (04 a I. fluoridation and dental caries, 75 (('I), 154 It I; the es: ,,,,,, nfic benefits of health qua ble, 119 (M). the use of the placebo. 205 (M); heart transplantation su 11 only a DAHIAIDe, 264 (64); medical adsances and their social implications. 272 (R): lumber disc lesions, 3.11 (N1); medicated sun is al

deplored, 363 (PS). 420. 452 a a leaflet &xi-sing the

oat I health service, 387 (11; osteopathy and manipula•

439 (MI; illkedllh of politicians, 544 (MI; cyclamates banned as additives, 590 (61); protection against rabies, 674 (ND; American medicine and hospitals. 676 al); sugar and health, 692 a I; Cieorge 111's porphy tic 718 (K): sp2a2m4asi: !arm signal. 748(81); Mr Crosaanan attacks BUPA and other prisms. medical schemes. 780 (PC)

Stedai, The. Marcel Brion. 840 (RI Medicine. 12. 41, 119, 205, 331, 431, 544, 590, 674, 748, 3teetitte 330 (

Ale5t7n2,kittImpl, Adolf littler (intro. D. C. Watt). 476 (RI,

Melegan. Vet,o, Great Rex nr., 841 (RI

lie from irnold WeMsio, A, 4, 568 (I-I ,,,,, irs ot ' J. 15154.1,1.n. s Ate,,,.', told Papers 1910 .17, Rotten Rhodes James. (35 (RI Slemorials: statues in a varlets of cities. 76 al I

Ile ,,,,, rie, (aderderelopmra. 85 (AR)

%ten anti Ship, lround Cape Horn 1010- 1939. Jean Handier,

AS (g)

Narahr'. 182 (AR I tenni. Aubrey.. and Rololl Reny, la,La, 835 (g

merchant of lenite, The (Regent's Pink). 85 (AK)

merchant renturer. The. 283 (AI-


Mergers: straightforward and congl ,,,,, crate. 163 (I.); the

merger Ix , 217 (I-) merger, h, Rind permission, I81 (1.1 36,sage Ends, David Craig. 48 (RI Mesante from Hong bong, M. Fherliart. 515 (K) Message tram[ Moscow. An Observer, 335 (R) (less Jim lefi behind. The, 506 (Al

Sfetaphysit-s and Common Sense. A. J. Ayer. 791 (K)

Methodist church: Anglican and Methodism churches vote on union, 73 (SI, 74 (PSI Meyer. Sir Anthony: launches Salver, 470 (S)

Aln.aabers all, )97 (Al Ages, the (Vol II of I he (.hristian Centuries), Dash(

Knowles and Dimitri Uholensk). 515 (R I Middleditch, Edward: exhibition. 554 (Aft) Middle East: Middle Fast religions, 142 (RI: the El Aqua same in Jerusalem fired, 261 (A); Israel and Egypt at war?. 421 (11: 794 Ilt) Middlemas. Keith, and John Haines, Bahlwin. 477 (It I Afidniehr (',tabor, 449 (AR) Mies van der Rohe: death, 278 (AR), 345111 lillit..11011(% on the Dower Road. 1. Dover Wilson. 306 (K) Miller, Arthur. and Inge Morailt, In Russia, 844 (R) Miller, Jack, Life in Russia today, 549 (K)

Millet, 1. I-.: exhibition, 721 (AR)

Milne, John: exhib' 522 (AK) Ministry as nun* ,,,,,,,,,, 248 (F) Mishan. E. J., Growth. The Price We Pay, 377 (RI Missiles, guided weapons VC: Russo-American strategic al11111. limitation talks possible. 7 (Al; the Senate battle over the ABM system. 70 (A); the strategic arms limitation talks (SALT), 743 (A) 'Miss World' competitions, 785 (5)

Milchell, J. Leslie: foresaw man reaching the moon, 167 (S1 Mitchenson, Joe. and Raymond blander, Al,.,,, it! Comedy: A Story in Pit tures. 874 (K)

Modern Poet, The. led.) Ian Hamilton, 45 (K) Moholy-Nagy. Lazio. Painting. Phatography, film, 177 (R) Molesworth. H. D., The Princes, 836 (12) MONARCHY AND ROYAL FAMILY, THE

the investiture of the Prince of Wales, 2 (PW), 9 (S): 'royals of the past interviewed. 122 (CO); the Queen's finances and the Civil List, 667 (LA), 674 (S). 729 IL); a caricature of the Queen, 665, 768, 849 (L); the Queen's 'own' people. 8031L)

Monasticism, 371 (K)

M6o5n7ey(A: Fw)hat to do with your banknotes at Christmas,

Money men In trouble, 467 (A) Money special, 558-571 (1.3 Monk Dawson. Piers Paul Read, 682 (R) Monkey business, 674 (MI Montalk, Count Potocki of, 89, 121. 251. 386 (L) Moon, the: two American astronauts land on the maim, 98 (PW), 101 (A), 153 (I.); the moon landing celebrated In

vle6r7se(S, )1;34292(P()P )155 (CO); J. Leslie Mitchell's predictions.

Moorehead, Alan, Darwin and the Beagle. 407 (R)

Moorhouse, Geoffrey, Against All Reason. 371 IR I

Moors murders, the: the question of guilt. 329 (PS). 385 (L).

509 (PS) Moral Obligation, A, W. H. Canaway. 243 (R) Morath, Inge. and Arthur Miller. In Russia. 844 (RI More, Sir Thomas: it statue unveiled, 103 (5) More means less, 590 (A) More Theatres, Max Beerbohm. 483 (RI Morland, George: appeal for information. 219 (L)

Morley, Sheridan. A Talent d,Amuse, 640 (K), 692, 727 (L)

Morris. Desmond: the 'human zoo'. 506 (P)

Morris, Henry: appeal for letters etc, 729 (L)

Morris dance, 506 (P) Mortgages: mortgage brokers, 730 (L); second mortgages.

Morton, H. V., A Traveller in Southern Italy. 718 (K) MOTORING AND MOTOR-CARS cutting running costs, 12 (CI); trading-in prices. 12 (CI); disproportionate sentences for offences. 136 (5); an anec- dote about changing a wheel, 167 (5): is there a call for three-star [retro( ?. 219 IL); the car's share in man's fantasy life. 541 (S); wanted—a utility car. 541 (S). 657 (L)

Moustaches: On growing a moustache, 673 (PS). 769 (1) Mountbatten report into prison security. 200 (A)

Movie Moguls, The: An Informal History of the liollywinnl Tycoons, Philip French, 870 (R)

Movies, Mr Griffith and Me, The, Lillian Gish, 870 (R) Moynihan. Daniel P.. influence with President Nixon. 262 (A) M Pompidou loses his bet, 741 (A) Mrabet, Mohammed, The Lemon, 409 (R)

Mr Crossman's universal queue-plan, 780 (PC') Mr Heath's expensive belt and brat-es, 739 (LA)

Mr Jenkins and the bulls. 22 (F) Mr Nixon chooses sides, 38 (A) Mr Nixon In danger, 783 (A) Mr Nixon Is awakened, 466 (A)

Mr Nixon plays Disraeli. 261 (Al Mr Nixon's welfare revolution, 230 (A) Mrs Eckdorf in O'Neill's Hotel, William 1 revor. 481 (R) Much Ado About Nothing (Aldwych), 215 (AR)

Muggeridge, Malcolm: on the Edinburgh Festival. 327 (Al; 572 (L); in The Question Why (TV), 537 (V), 657 (L); his support for 'causes', 616 (L)

Midler. Hans Dieter, Press Power: A Study of Axel Springer, 593 (R) Munch, Edvard: exhibition, 214 (AR) Munz, Peter, Frederick Barburossa, 80 (R) MURDER will the Government abolish the death penalty?, 668 (PC); possibility of a miscarriage of justice increased by the suspension of the death penalty, 711 (A); Commons vote to abolish hanging, 859 (LA), 893 (V); why not public executions on TV?, 865 (S) Murder is not a party game, 859 (LA) Murderous Angels, Conor Cruise O'Brien. 46 (R) Murdoch, Rupert: give-away ad-snags. 402 (A); and the new Sun, 438, 710 (A); the Keeler memoirs, 438, 472 (A) Murdoch and Sun, 710 (A) Murphy. John: paintings, 342 (AR) Musical Comedy: A Story in Pictures, Raymond Mandcr and Joe Mitchenson, 874 (R) MUSIC AND OPERA Macbeth and Orfeo ed Euridice, 19 (AR); Milton Babbitt and electronic music. 50 (AR); Don Giovanni, 51 (AR); Peter Hall to be co-director at Covent Garden, 116 (AR); Peter Maxwell Davies's St Thomas Wake and John Tavener's Celtic Requiem, 116 (AR); the Proms, 150, 215, 247, 311 (AR); the Albert Hall loses its echo, ISO (AR); Haydn's masses on records, 181 (AR); BBC's proposal to disband three orchestras, 188 (CO), 235 (A); Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust, 245 (AF); the Bob Dylan concert, 330 (A); concert performance of Idomeneo, 342 (AR); Les Troyens (Berlioz), 415 (AR); Gordon Crosse's Purgatory and The Grace of Todd (English Opera Group), 487 (AR); Pierrot Lunaire, 488 (AR); Solita (Maxwell Davies), 488 (AR); One Under the Eight (George Newson), 488 (AR); The Tentacles of the Dark Nebula (David Bedford), 488 (AR); Patience (Gilbert and Sullivan), 519 (AR); Hans Werner Henze's Der junge Lord and La Clemenza di Tito, 553 (AR); popular songs of the 'twenties and 'thirties recalled, 591 (TT); Shostakovich's Violin Concerto No 1 and Symphony No 2 (and other Russian music), 613 (AR); the Domaine Musical, 613 (AR); Luisa Miller and Haydn's L'infedelta delusa (Wexford Festiva!), 652 (AR); arias for indoor games, 658 (CO); Sir Henry Wood, 682 (R); Pelleas et Milisande, 844 (AR); the Scratch Orchestra, 845 (AR); Vesalii (cones (Peter Maxwell Davies), 877 (AR); Rimsky-Korsakov's The Golden Cockerel, 909 (AR); see also Promenade Concerts Myers, Wendy, Seven League Boots, 718 (RI My Grandfather, His Wives and Loves, Diana Holman Hunt, 758 (R) My Grandmothers and 1, Diana Holman Hunt, 758 (R) My life with the BBC, 168 (PS) My Little Boy . . . My Big Girl (Fortune), 653 (AR) My Night with Maud, 763 (AR) My Sixty Memorable Games. Bobby Fischer, 771, 807 (C) My Testimony, Anatoly Marchenko, 549 (R)


Nabarro, Sir Gerald, NAB I: Portrait ot a Politician, 493 (A F) NAB 1: Portrait of a Politician, Sir Gerald Nabarro, 493 (AF) Nabokov, Vladimir, Ada, 477 (R) Naipaul. V. S., The Loss of El Dorado, 647 (R) Naked psephologist, The, 453 (AF) Napoleon: 14 (R); Wellington's assessment of him, 366 (TT); in England, 759 (R) Napoleon: From Tilsit to Waterloo 1807-1815, Georges Lefebvre. 14 (R) Napoleon's Army, Denis-Charles Parquin (ed. B. T. Jones), 15 (R) Nasser, President: and 'the Game of Nations', 276 (R); 398 (R) Nathan, David, and Freddie Hancock, Hancock, 794 (R) National Association of Pension Funds, 654 (F), 848 (L) National Film Finance Corporation, 248 (F), 346 (L) National Health, The (Old Vic). 554 (AR) National Health Service: a leaflet about the NHS's deficien- cies, 387 (L); its inadequacy if private medical treatment were to stop, 780 (PC) National Institute of Economic and Social Research: a pessi- mistic bulletin, 343 (F); pre-budget forecasts from 1959 to 1967 examined, 801 (F); its current review of the economy, 801 (F) National songs, new, 27 (CO) Nation of democrats, A, 861 (A) Nation of shopkeepers, A, 108 (TTY Navy: the Restoration Navy, 378 (R); Admiral Lord Fisher, 679 (R); Britain's lack of naval strength, 819 (A) Needham, Joseph, The Great Titration: Science and Society in East and West, 445 (R) Neophiliacs, The, Christopher Booker, 517 (R), 572, 616, 656 (L) Nepal: relations with India and China, 71 (A) New Dimensions of Medicine, The, Alan Norton, 272 (R) New force, The, 357 (A) New house of the dead, 232 (A) New Plot, The. 706 (P) New Sarum, 135 (A) News of the World: Christine Keeler story, 438 (A); TV ad for the Keeler story banned by the ITA, 472 (A) NEW YORK 'mugging', violence and theft in Manhattan, 70 (A); Mayor Lindsay gains Democratic support for his candidacy, 165 (A); his chances, 324 (A); seen by an English visitor, 324 (A); returning to New York by liner, 404 (TT); Mayor Lindsay re-elected, 670 (A) Nicholson, Ben: Drawings, Paintings and Reliefs 1911-1968, (intro.) John Russell, 904 (R) NIESR: see National Institute of Economic and Social Research NIGERIA Britain's guilty rule in supplying and supporting Nigerian government, 3 (LA); the denial of relief supplies to Biafra, 34 (PW). 35 (LA); alleged massacres and brutalities, 56, 573 (L); the House of Commons debates Biafra, 68 (PC); speech by Bernard Braine, 120 (L); 'United Nigeria Group' refuses a public debate. 121 (L); a 'memorandum' on the civil war, 122 (AF); Nigeria will not subdue Biafra, 219, 491 (L); the Yorubas increasingly restive, 263 (A); trouble brewing for General Gowon, 263 (A); the BBC's Service for Africa biased?, 283, 385, 491, 573, 617, 657 (L); poor coverage of the civil war in the Times, 297 (A); the OAU's resolution on a cease-fire, 385 (L); who is responsible for the continuance of the civil war ?. 421. 913 (L); US attitude, 432 (A); a new Biafran offer, 627 (LA); Mr Stewart lies and prevaricates over mercy flights and conditions for talks, 793 (LA), 804 (L); the supposed American 'guarantee' on relief flights to Biafra, 746 (S); the Western Ibos support Biafra, 769 (L); Mr Stewart and British arms supplies, 784 (A); the Conservative party shares responsibility for the situation in Nigeria, 815 (LA); Report from the battlefront, 863 (A); collapse of the Addis Ababa peace talks, 896 (S); 372, 642 (R); see also BIAFRA Nikolais, Alwin. his Dance Theatre, 21 (AR) Nikulin, Lev, 786 (PS) 1969 surveyed, 890 (PW) NIXON, PRESIDENT RICHARD is the New Nixon still Tricky Dicky?, 5 (A); conies down on the conservative side, 38 (A); misses a Lyndon Johnson to handle Congress, 70 (A); becoming reluctant or unable to assert himself over Congress, 70 (A); his visit to Rouma- nia, 133, 198 (A); his welfare-reform proposals, 231 (A); the guaranteed annual income proposal, 261 (A); influence of Daniel P. Moynihan, 262 (A); change of emphasis in foreign affairs, 293 (A); his wooing of the South, 396 (A); incompatible pledges over Vietnam, 397 (A); 432 (A); growing opposition to him and his Vietnam policy, 466 (A); a Gallup poll assessment, 538 (A); major speech on Vietnam, 629 (A); dangers of the courses open to him in Vietnam, 629 (A); not the object of wide public trust, 783 (A); 818 (A) No final solution, 72 (A) Noise: the Concorde's boom, 295 (A), 492 (L) Noonday Demons (Open Space), 845 (AR) Norman, Charles, Ezra Pound, 406 (R) Norman Achievement, The, David C. Douglas, 756 (R) North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO): naval weakness, especially of Britain, 819 (A) Norton, Alan, The New Dimensions of Medicine, 272 (R) Not a plot, just a muddle, 118 (F) Notes to the Hurrying Man, Brian Patten, 45 (12) Nove, Alec, An Economic History of the USSR, 15 (R) Novel on Yellow Paper or Work it out for yourself, Stevie Smith, 271 (RI Now to grasp the olive branch, 627 (LA) Now who says we don't need a Bill of Rights?, 67 (LA) Nuclear power and nuclear weapons: the Oppenheimer case, 144 (R), 282, 315 (L); the scientists' dilemma, 144 (R); the strategic arms limitation talks (SALT), 7, 743 (A) Nurses in American hospitals, 676 (TT) Nutcracker, The (Bolshoi Ballet), 84 (AR) Nuttall, Jeff, Pig, 112 (R) 0 Obolensky, Dirnitri, and David Knowles, The Christian Centuries Vol II: The Middle Ages, 515 (R) O'Brien, Conor Cruise, Murderous Angels, 46 (R) OBSCENITY Arts Council working party recommends repeal of Obscene Publications Acts, 73 (S); effect in Denmark of repealing obscenity laws, 106, 630 (P); Arts Council report on the obscenity laws, 296 (PS); people getting harder to shock, 399 (S); an imaginary charge against Sir James Barrie, 634 (PS) Observer, the: David Astor's twenty-one years as editor, 364 (A) Observer, An, Message from Moscow, 335 (R) O'Connor, Flannery, The Valiant Bear it Away, 210 (RI 'Oextragen', 882 (AF) Off the record, 297 (A) Of Islands and Men: Studies in Pacific History, H. E. Maude, 16 (R) Of the Sun . ., 107 (A) Ogden, James, Isaac D'Israeli, 46 (R) O'Kelly de Galway, A., The Sicilian Flank Gatne: Najdorf Variation, 694 (C) Okinawa, 165 (A) Old comedy revived, An, 13 (TT) Old Ladies, The (Westminster), 686 (AR) Old man's war, An, 546 (TT) Old Playgoer, The, William Robson. 483 (R) Old Testament Miniatures: A Mediaeval Picture Book, (intro.) S. C. Cockerel!, 834 (R) Olitski, Jules: sculptures, 279 (AR) °Hard, Richard, Man of War: Sir Robot Holmes and the Restoration Navy, 378 (R) On a Foggy Day (Sr Martin's), 182 (R) On animal noises and Humane Sciences, 787 (A) Once Upon a Time in the West, 245 (AR) One more devaluation nearer to sanity, 195 (LA)

'One of my officers . . 821 (PS)

On growing a moustache, 673 (PS) On Her Majesty's Secret Service, 910 (AR) Onion towers, 387 (A F) Only One Year, Svetlana Alliluyeva, 514 (R) Ono, Yoko, 869 (A) Ono, not again, 868 (A) On saints and sinners, etc., 712 (A) On the squat, 422 (AF) On the Stretch, John Welcome, 340 (RI Open letter to Edward Boyle, Art, 542 (PS) OPINION POLLS popularity ratings of the two party leaders, 103 (S); SPECTATOR poll on annual Conservative conference: announcement, 467, results, 507 (A); Gallup polls in the US on President Nixon and troop withdrawals from Vietnam.

538 (A); disparity between Gallup and NOP in political polls, 543 (A); popular views on the death penalty and on

6politic5ians, 668 (PC); wide disparity in findings on politics,

74 () Oppenheimer, Robert, 144 (R), 282, 315 (L) Orange and Stuart: 1641-1672, Peter Geyl, 830 (R) Orange bitters, 262 (A) Order to View, Rene Cutforth, 874 (R) Orfeo ed Euridice (Covent Garden), 19 (AR) Original sin, 509 (PS), 617, 657, 769 (1) Orkney Tapestry, An. George Mackay Brown, 244 (R) Osborne, Charles, The Complete Operas of Verdi, 652 (AR) Osteopathy, 439 (M) Other border, The, 229 (A) Other House, The (Mermaid), 215 (AR) Other Side, The, Alfred Kubin, 410 (R) Our Kate, Catherine Cookson, 18 (R) Our Manhattan, 70 (A) Our young lighthearted masters, 636 (TT) Over there, 823 (CI) Overy, Paul, Kandinsky: The Language of the Eye, 904 (RI Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, The, 269 (TT) Oxford revived, 203 (PS) OXFORD UNIVERSITY Professor Henry Chadwick favourite for post of dean of Christ Church, 39 (S); honorary degrees awarded at the Encaenia, 44 (IT); the vacant deanship of Christ Church, 105 (A), 154, 218 (L); Oxford revisited, 203 (PS); 219 (L); Dr Henry Chadwick dean of Christ Church, 712 (A); St.

Frideswide, 712 (A); the proposed new course in Humane Sciences, 787 (A); the 'Tower built in the Parks, 787 (A); who is Mercurius Oxonicnsis?, 849 (L)


Pacific history, 16 (R) Paddington North: by-election. 536 (PC) Pain as an alarm signal, 748 (M) Painters on Painting. (ed.) Carel Weight, 904 (R) Painting, Photography, Film, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, 177 (R) Paisley, Rev Ian: attacked in Daily Mirror, 297 (A); 503 (LA)

Pakenharn, Thomas, The Year of Liberty, 685 (R)

Pakistan: reappears in news, 233 (S) Pala, Dolores, In Search of Mihailo, 307 (R) Palmer, Samuel, 902 (R) Papa Doc beside the Nile, 398 (A) PARLIAMENT the Government's intention to implement only a part of the Boundary Commission's report, 4 (PC), 67 (LA); debate on Biafra, 68 (PC); the gerrymander Bill defeated in the Lords, 99 (LA), 100 (PC); the debates in the Commons and Lords on the gerrymander Bill, 100 (PC); pressure for a pay increase for MPs, 103 (S); a full-scale debate on Northern Ireland probable, 292 (PC); fictional characters as MPs, 454 (CO); no way of forcing Government to implement fully the Boundary Commissioners' report, 542 (A); the Queen's speech, 583 (LA); juggling with election dates, 588 (S); politicians now held in contempt, 668 (PC); the Guy Fawkes day bomb hoax, 706 (P); Commons vote

to abolish hanging, 859 (LA), 893 (V); see also Pouncs

AND POLITICAL THOUGHT Parliament's own contempt, 668 (PC) Parquin, Denis-Charles, Napoleon's Army (ed. B. T. Jones), 15 (R) Party conferences: TV coverage, 330 (A) Party Games, Christopher Mayhew, 442 (R) Party of conscience, The, 818 (A) Party's over?, The, 141 (TT) Party struggle, 536 (P) Passavant, G., Verrocchio, 270 (R) Pastimes of a Red Summer, Peter Vansittart, 409 (R) Pater, Alan, Kontakion for the Departed, 550 (R) Pathology of Leadership, The, Hugh L'Etang, 544 (M) Patience (Coliseum), 519 (AR) Patriots, The, Peter de Polnay, 112 (R) 'Patsy' Hendren: The Cricketer and his Tunes, Ian Peebles, 373 (R) Patten, Brian, Notes to the Hurrying Man, 45 (R) Patti, Ercole, That Wonderful November, 793 (R) Payne, Laurence, Spy for Sale, 48 (R) Payne, Robert, The Life and Death of Mahatma Gandhi, 446 (R) Peace between the Republics, 5 (A) Peace in our time, 861 (V) Peacock, T. L.: his character Mr Escot, 136 (S) Pearson, Drew: death, 332 (TT) Pedley, Robin, The Comprehensive School, 875 (R) Peebles, Ian, 'Patsy' Hendren: The Cricketer and his Times, 373 (R) Pegram, Lorna, Summer Fires, 146 (R) Pellias et Milisande (Covent Garden), 844 (AR) Penguin Modern Stories 1, William Sansom, Jean Rhys, David Plante and Bernard Malamud, 146 (R) Penning-Rowsell, Edmund, The Wines of Bordeaux, 544 (Cl) Penny Wars, The, Elliott Baker, 481 (R) PENSIONS Mr Crossman's complex pensions Bill, 583 (LA); the White Paper on National Superannuation and Social Insurance.

654 (F); unintelligibility of the new pension scheme, 674 (S); National Association of Pension Funds' proposals, 654 (F), 848 (L) People, the: gets Gerald Brooke's story, 171 (A) People's War, The, Angus Calder, 367 (R) Pergamon Press: its relations with and proposed takeover by Leasco Data Processing Corporation, 280, 313, 418 (F); a Board of Trade inquiry recommended, 313 (F); Lease() wins, 522 (F) Pergamon whirligig, The, 313 (F) Personal column, 10,40, 74, 104, 137. 168, 203, 234, 266, 296, 329, 363, 400, 437, 471, 509, 542, 589, 634, 673, 709, 747, 786, 821, 866, 897 (PS) Personal History, Vincent Sheean, 874 (R) Peter, Laurence J., The Peter Principle, 401 (A) Peterloo: The Case Re-opened, Robert Walmsley, Ill (R) Peter Principle, The, Laurence J. Peter, 401 (A) Petrie, Rhona, Despatch of a Dove, 180 (R) Petrol: is there a call for three-star petrol?, 219 (1) Peyton, K. M., Flambards in Summer, 600 (R) Phelan, Nancy, Pillow of Grass, 718 (R) Philhellenes, The, C. M. Woodhouse, 379 (R) Phloros brothers, the, 69 (A) Picard, G., The Ancient Civilisation of Rome, 834 (R) Pictures of Fidelman, Bernard Malamud, 908 (R) Pig, Jeff Nuttall, 112 (R) Pigafetta, Antonio, Magellan's Voyage: A Narrative Account (trans. and ed. R. A. Skelton), 761 (R) Pillow of Grass, Nancy Phelan, 718 (R) 'Pinkville' massacre, the, 738 (PW), 781 (V), 785 (S), 818 (A) Pinsent, John, Greek Mythology, 834 (R) Pinto, Vivian de Sola, The City That Shone, 211 (R) Piracy in the air, 323 (LA), 346 (AF) Pith and Wind, 675 (A) Pitt, the younger, 644 (R) Placebo, use of the, 205 (M) Place in Time, A, Georges Spunt, 143 (R) Plague on Both Your Causes, A, John Brunner, 180 (R) Plante, David, William Sansom, Jean Rhys and Bernard Malamud, Penguin Modern Stories I, 146 (R) Plan to save the universities. A, 864 (A) Plate of Red Herrings, A, Francis Richards, 180 (R) Play it Again, Sam (Globe), 382 (AR) Plumb, J. H., The Death of the Past, 826 (R) Poemas Humanos: Human Poems, Cesar Vallejo (trans.

Clayton Eshleman), 516 (R) Poems from Poetry and Jazz in Concert, (ed.) Jeremy Robson, 45 (R) Poetry, reading, 45 (R), 89 (L) Poetry awards: Camden Festival, 573 (1) Poetry Introduction 1,45 (R) Poisoned sea, The, 634 (A) Poison for all, 710 (A) Police, the: investigation of allegations against the police, 786

(A); (A)the Times alleges police corruption and bribery, 786,

788 , 805 Policeman's lot, 786 (A) Policeman's lot for the Tories, A, 463 (LA) Poland, 47 (R) Political Change in Britain, David Butler and Donald Stokes, 584 (PC), 670 (P) Political commentary, 4, 36, 68, 100, 132. 164, 196, 228, 260, 292, 464, 504, 536, 584, 628, 668, 704, 740, 780, 816, 860 (PC) POLITICS AND POLITICAL THOUGHT

the gerrymander Bill underlines the need for a written constitution, 67 (LA), 120 (L); Charles James Fox, 79 (R); Government defeated in the Lords over the gerrymander Bill, 99 (LA). 100 (PC); Conservative tenets, 110 (R); Joseph Chamberlain's tariff reform campaign, 114 (R); postwar general election results examined for party 'bias, 135 (A); entrenched clauses, 153, 186 (L); Lord Haldane, 175 (R), 283, 345 (L); assassination as a political means, 212 (R); Harold Macmillan's autobiography, 306 (R); TV coverage of the party conferences, 330 (A); Lord David- son's memoirs, 335 (R); Christopher Mayhew on politics,

442 (RI; Who votes Ivry-and airy:, 469 (Al; sagueness of 'left' and 'right' as labels, 470 (SI; Stanley Baldwin. 477 (R): consensus government could disfranchise majority opinion (as on EEC and hanging), 505 (V); effects on events of age and illness in politicians. 544 (M); class allegiances, 584 (PC); Burke's definition of a political party. 585 (V); politics today-on both sides-about power. not principle, 585 (V); Lord Curzon, 639 (R); the younger Pitt, 644 (R); the role of the monarchy, 667 (LA); the sovereignty of the House of Commons and the will of the people, 668 (PC); some blatant party-political points. 708 (S); the interwar years, 792 (R); Conservative and Labour approaches to the new 'over eighteen' voters compared, 816 (PC); the Freedom Movement, 849 (L); 112 (RI Politics is about platitudes, 260 (PC) Politics of strife and dole, The, 291 (LA) Pollock, Sir F., and F. W. Maitland, The Iliswo. Lnglish Law Before the Time of Edward I, 274 (RI, 421 (L) Polls apart, 543 (A) Pollution of man's enviroment, 710 (A) Pompidou. M Georges, 5 (A); first press conference. 71 (Al: and Britain's bid to enter the EEC, 71 (A); attitude to Britain's EEC application. 741 (Al Pompidou keeps the options open, 672 (A) Pooled ignorance, 438 (A) Pop art exhibition, 84 (AR), 154 (L) Pope-Hennessy, James, Hal 14Cromer Colony, 718 (K) Pope-Hennessy, John, Paolo Uccello, 840 (R) Pop from the Beginning, Nik Cohn, 276 (K) Popular songs of the past, 591 (T1) Population: the menace of over-population, 24, 89, 121.

187 (L) Porcher, Jean: see Hubert, Jean Pornographer's dilemma, The, 866 (PS) Pornography: its decline in Denmark, 106 (A); The ports,- grapher's dilemma, 866 (PS), 913 (L) Porphyria, 718 (R) Porter, Cole: his songs, 591 (TT) 'Porto Erotica', 252 (AF) Portrait of a week, 2 34, 66, 98, 130, 162, 194, 226, 258, 290, 322, 354, 394, 430, 462, 502, 534, 582, 626, 666, 702, 738, 778, 814, 858 (PW) Portrait of a year, 890 Portugal: 334 (R); the Portuguese empire, 647 (K) Portugal Story, The, John dos Passos, 334 (RI Portuguese Guinea, 26, 57, 89 (L) Portuguese Seaborne Empire, The, C. R. Boxer, 647 (R) Portuguese Wines, Raymond Postgate. 140 (CI) Post, Emily, Etiquette, 639 (R) Posters, Bevis Hillier, 844 (R) Postgate, Raymond, Portuguese Ifines, 140 (Cl) Post-prison Writings and Speeches, Eldridge Cleaver (ed. Robert Scheer), 338 (R) Potato-picking, 588 (S) Potrc, Ivan, The Land and the Flesh, 112 (10 Potter, 13:anis. The Tailor of Gloucester, 600 (R) Potter, Mary: exhibition, 723 (AR) Pound, Ezra, Charles Norman, 406 (R) Pound, Reginald, Sir Henry Wood: A Biography, 682 (K)


and 'importing West Indian nurses', 72 (A), 153 (L); 'spoor story, 188 (AF), and an apology, 494; and the memory of the Empire, 219, 250 (L); his 'headline' quality, 328 (S); debates with Trevor Huddleston 505 (V), 572 (L); his rise and his future, 704 (PC) Powell, Margaret, Climbing the Stairs, 211 (R) Power, Richard, The Hungry Grass, 336 (R) Prague winter, 782 (A) Present for the jet set, A, 893 (A) Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture, The, A. W. N. Pugin. 678 (RI


reporting medical matters, 12 (M); Salmon report on the law of contempt. 40 (A); a Times questionnaire to Conserva- tive candidates, 42 (A); piffling contents of an issue of the Sunday Mirror, 75 (A); the Sun to close down, 107 (A); Robert Maxwell's bid to start a new paper, 107 (A): coverage of the Kuznetsov defection, 171 (A); the struggle for Gerald Brooke's story, 171 (A); newspaper reading, 202 (S); treatment of the Port Talbot strike, 204 (A); the about-face over Bernadette Devlin, 235 (A); ballyhoo over heart transplants, 264 (M); give-away ad-mags, 402 (A); what will the new Sun be like?, 438 (A); disparity between Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph political polls, 543 (A); the Times goes up twopence, 590 (A); further price rises coming?, 590 (A); Axel Springer's press empire, 593 (R); advertising supplements as press prostitution, 635 (A); a book in memory of a journalist, 636 (A); the privilege of the journalist. 705 (V); special reports-and advertising supplements, 705 (V); the new Sun, 710 (A); coverage of the second moon landing, 747 (A); treatment of the Times allegations of police corruption and bribery, 788 (A); too much written about John Lennon and Yoko Ono, and George Best, 869 (A); newspapers and 'oextragen', 882 (AF); Bill Grundy's awards for the year, 895 (A); 82 (R); see also individual newspapers and magazines

Press Power: A Study of Axel Springer, Hans Dieter Willer, 593 (RI Price of My Soul, The, Bernadette Devlin. 797 (R)

Prices and Incomes Board: report on university pay attacked, 169 (A); inquiry into architects' fees, 169 (A)

Pride of offices, 324 (P) Priestley, J. B.: seventy-fifth binhday, 362 (S) Priestley, J. B., The Prince of Pleasure. 836 (K) Prince Edward Island. 105 (A), 154 (L) Prince of Pleasure, The, J. B. Priestley, 836 (K) Prince of Wales, the: his investiture at Caernavon Castle, 2 (PW). 9 (S) Princes. The. H. D. Molesworth, 836 (RI Principles of Neo-Plastic Art, Theo Van Doesburg, 177 (K) Pringle, J. W. S., 787 (A) Printing: the private presses, 177 (R) Prisons and penal reform: prison security or public safety ?, 200 (A), 315 (L); Soviet prisons, 232 (Al, 315, 345 (L) Prison security or public safety?, 200 (A) Pritchett, V. S., Blind Love, 336 (R) Private charity or public squalor, 709 (PS) Private Presses, The, Colin Franklin. 177 (RI Problems of a Young Conservative, 196 (PC) Producers, The, 519 (AR) 'Progressive' ideas in education, 438 (A)


the disappearance of the Albert Hall echo. 150 (AR); the Glyndebourne Don Giovanni, 215 (AR); a Dufay-Messiaen programme. 215 (AR): Bruckner's Ninth and Mahler's Second symphony. 247 (AR); Peter Maxwell Davies's Worldes Bliss and Hugh Wood's Cello Concerto. 311 (AR) Promises, Promises (Prince of Wales), 488 (AR) Property bonds, 314, 615, 689 (F) Prophet's honour, 892 (P) Prostitutes in literature, 757 (R) Public interest, 12 (M)

Public opinion polls: see OPINION POLLS

Public schools: Mrs Gandhi on, 328 (S), 386 (L) Poem. A \\ : l ,narao,, 678 (K); 1h,• I rue Principles ,a Pointed nristian in ,hite,lure, 678 (R); the Present

State or irhilecture. 678 (RI; 49 4Polom)

for the Revival of Christian it, hoe, we, 678 (RI Pupil 1,...,7, 72 (PI Pursuit of happiness. lhe. 231 (A)

Put out mare flags, 198 (Al Putz, Helmut. /be Attrentures at tuns/ Comrade 682 (K)


Q. and .4.. 138 tA Quatitify or perish. 745 (A) Queen Lle.tandra„ (ieorgina Battiscombc. 550 (RI Queen Elizabeth II: Richard Willson's caricature. 665. 768.

$49 (L); the Queen's finances and the t roil List. 1,157 (LA).

674 (SI, 729 (1.)

*Queens the: crossings on the 'Queens' and other liners compared, 404 (111, class disisions on hoard linos, 404

(TI) Queen's speech, the, 583 ILA) Queen 11, :aria. Ls ton Strachey, 370 (R I Question oI hoalty. .1, 68 (PC) Quiz, a Christmas: questions. 898; alisssers, 915

Quoyk I IONS

a suggested source. 25 (L); attributions oirrected. 26. 145

(11; a Tennyson quotation. 39 (5). $9 (L); Ii,,,.

103 (S): Bartlett's I',aniliar Quoiat ,,,,, s. 269 Oil; 'MI merits' to memorable phrases, 284 1C01: an Liming Stan- dard headline, 588 (SI; a pair from Messrs Wilson and Heath, 820 (5)


Rabelais (Old Vic), 4421(AR) Rabies, 674 (MI

Race relations: see COLOUR PRORLI

RADIO the BBC's plans for change, 73 (S); licence fix to he shed, 235 (A); the twenty-four-hour strike by the ABS. 510 (Al: memories of Lord Tennyson, 510 (5); the pseudo- excited style of news presentation. 633 (5) Radio Times: its new appearance. 330 IA); a 'shocking' cover, 399 (S); its summary of 1k,' ( anterbury 694 (CO) Railway Accident, The, Edward Upward, Ill (RI


Southern region, 154 (L); no seats at Fus ,,,,, , 267 (PI; an incident at Liverpool Street station. 328 (5): ISO mile an hour trains, 588 (S), 727 (L); fund for the injured driver in the great train robbery, 674 (S) Rainbow's end, The, 234 (PS) Raine. Kathleen, Blake and Tradition. 207 (RI Randhawa, M. S., and J. K. Galbraith, Indian Painting.

835 (RI Randier, Jean, Men and Ships .4round Cape Horn 1016-19.19.

48 (RI Rate for the job?, The. 667 (LA) Ray, Cyril, (ed.) The Compleat hnbiber. 546 (CI) Read, Piers Paul, Monk Dawson, 682 (RI Record Office, Public: accommodation for researchers, 492 (1) Records, gramophone: Haydn's masses, 181 (AR) Red army herring, 862 (A) Redcliffe-Maud report, 57 (L), 436 (S), 62)1(P(') Red Cross, International: president's statement. 3 (1.4) Rees-Mogg. William: an indirect reference, 805 (Al) Reflections on a missing link, 74 (PS) Reflections on a Sinking Ship. Gore Vidal, 147 (R I Reflections on the Nigerian Civil War, Raph Uwechue, 372 (K) Refloating the gilt-edged market, 489 (F) Refuse collection: the dustmen's strike, 510 (SI. 525 (AEI: why not put it on a competitive or contract basis?, 586 (A) Regency Elopement, A, Hugh Farmar, 681 (R) Regina v. Sir J s Barrie, 634 (PS) Reid, Loren, Charles James Fox, A Mon for the People, 79 (R) Reid, R. W., Tongues of Conscience: War and the Scientists' Dilemma, 144 (12) Keith lectures, Dr Fraser Darling's. 820 (S)

Religion in the Middle East: Three Religion, in Camard and

Conflict, (ed.) A. J. Arberry, 142 (RI Reluctant knight errant, The, 229 (A) Replogle, Justin. Auden's Poetry, 827 (K) Reply to our critics, A, 540 (Al Reply to Peregrine Worsthorrre, A, 589 (I'S) Reply to Roy Jenkins, .4, 137 (PS) Report from the battlefront, 863 (Al Report from the heartland. 440 (TT) Rescuing Mr Nixon, 537 (A) Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, The (Saville). 50 (AR)

Respectable Spy, The: The Life and Tines Of (Ohillh011n Gram,

Jock Haswell, 681 (R) Resurrection, 396 (P) Reuben's Corner, Spike Mays. 81 (RI Revenger's Tragedy, The (Aldwych), 800 (AR) Reviewing: reviewers criticised: 26, 57, 89 187 IL): 345, 421, 453 (L); 453. 492. 573. 618 (L); 572. 692 (LI: 692. 727 (L); 729, 805, 881 (1); 768, 803 (L); children's reviews of adult books 730 (COI Reviews of 'non-compositions, 851 (C0) Reynolds. Alan: exhibition. 686 (AR) Rhodesia: an exchange control case. 139 (A); suggestions for a national anthem, 387 (C0); the expulsion of the Tangwena people from their lands. 399, 510 (S); 408 (R) Rhodesia and Independence, Kenneth Young, 408 (R) Rhys, Jean, William Sansom, David Plante and Bernard Malamud, Penguin Modern Stories I, 146 (R) Rhys Williams, Sir Brandon: his Companies Bill, 151 (1-), 218 (L) Richard Il (Assembly Hall, Edinburgh), 311 (AR) Rickard II (Mermaid), 488 (AR) Richards. Francis, A Plate of Red Herrings, 180 (R) Richter, Gisela, Handbook of Greek Art, 1133 (R) Right to know. The, Francis Williams, 82 (K)

Riley, Bridget: exhibition. 84 (AR)

Rise and Fall of Make Tshombe. The, Ian Colvin. 485 (K) Rise of Enoch Powell, The, Paul Foot, 704 (PC) Road from Ronda. The, Alaistair Boyd, 718 (R) Roads and traffic: a trip on the Al, 202 (S); the GLC's 'London Transportation Study', 435 (A). 524 (L); the cost of the GLC's motorway proposals, 435 (A), 657 (L) Road to Bucharest, The. 133 (A) Road to Pinkville. The, 741 (V) Robbe-Grillet, Alain, 83 (R) Robin red flag, 473 (P1 Robinson. Michael, The Long Sonata of the Dead, 551 IR ) Robson, Jeremy, (ed.) Poems front Poetry and Jazz in Con- cert, 45 (R) Robson, William, The Old Playgoer. 483 (R) Roche, Lise, The Fool's Heart, 307 (R) Rodney, David Spinney, 480 (R) Roger and out, 346 (AF) K : as portrayed in Ds ton Udder's The abatis. 206(1'11 R • Rememberc.1, %Newlin Beigengrucn. $34 (R I Rose, E. J. B., and others, Colour and I thzcnship, 72 (Al, 186)11

Rose. Kenneth, Sup.94.9 1,19 1R) Rosoman, I collard: exhibition. 1,1 I I AR) Ross. Alan S. C., What ,oe ( 714 (K I, 765, 803 (1 )

Rotten Elements. Ike, 1dssaid t •pssaid. III (RI

RtItHILIIIIA: President Nison's mt. 111. 198 (Al

Round Trip from Poionn. Albeit I at. 7I8 (R1 Row at the 'Telegraph', 1hr. 11

Royal C01111 theatre: bars the SPI I' I A loles t11.1111AIII: of l (ARL 632 (Al, 686 tAlti. 691 (1.1, 824 (Al. 911 (1)

Moroi Ham of the Son. The, 4$7 (AR1 Ruglxy : anti-apartheid de lllll iistrations against the Sot nighokx 674, 708 t AL 880 I

Russell, John. (intro.) Ben NL Inds, m • Ma', logs, Malni1/1,; dthi ifrilef■ -Pt68, 904 (141 RUSSIA strategic arms limitation talks ssith the US likely. 7 I Ai its economic history, IS (K I, not interested in a doctor 133 (A); releases Gerald )(woke in exchange for th, Knitters, 114, 171 (Al. 185 (1 y. ssiiter An.11.4. IStuneiso, granted as) lum in Britain. 161 ( I AI. 171 1Al. 266 (Ps).

the border dispute with C sI China. 229 (A). Sosiet prisons, 232 (Al, 315. 345 (LI; the Russians Iola).

.115 (R1, 492 (1 I; twenty years of relat between Russia and Communist China. 468 (A); Svetlana onti 1,./.. S14 (R); treatment in penal camps, 549

Iliikossks and the demonstration in Pushkin Square, W5 (RI; Russian Futurism. 646 (RI; an imaginai) %our' of Britain by Soviet armed diusions, 691 (Al) our blind eye to the tyranny and brutality of the Soviet Union, 705 (VE a 'special (advertising supplement) in the /ion,. 705 (V); rr LU,oms wOh China, 72(1 01); an entigree's

star), 754 1R); the 1 imirist poet Alekse) Krucl birthday celebrated, 786 (PS); the political impotence and subservience of the :ono, 862 (A); the oral of Rukharin. 904 (R); 794, 844(K) Russian Futurism, Vladinui Mar kov, 646(R) Rutherford, Douglas, Die (Jilt-Meer/ Cockpit, 721 (K) Rutherford. Meg, The Beautiful Island, 600 Ilt) Ryan, Patrick, Clarity, Illy Friend My Frierni, 336 (R)


Sabbath. the, 298 ( VI 492 (1.) Safe distance. 1(16 (A) Sailing: Donald Crowhurst's claim to have circumnavigated the globe shown to he false, 138 (Al Sailing to By Osbert Lancaster. 758 (RI St trideswide, 712 (A) Sale of Goods Act, 4(13 (5 I) • Tayeb, Season of Migration to the North. 374 (R)

Salisbury, Harrison F.: The Siege al Leningrad, 446 (10.

The Coming War Between Russia and China. 720 (R)

Salmon report on the law of contempt, 40 (A) Same Only Different. The: Five Generations al a Great 'theatre Turnip, Margaret Webster, 1(74 (RI Sand Dollar, The, George Sims, 721 (R) Sandgrains on a Tray. Alan Brownjohn. 45 1K) Sandison, Janet. Jean in the Marning, 18 (RI Sandie. Michael: his Monumentum Pro Gesualdo, 723 IARI Vanity through lunacy. 781 (V) Stumm, William, Jean Rhys, David Plante and Bernard Malamud„ Penguin Modern Stories 1, 146 (It Sargeson. Frank. Joy of the 11'orni„ 146 (R) Saroyan, William, I Used To Believe I Had Ti rever Mow I'm Not Si' Sure, 1(0 (RI 'Satan' at bay, 850 (AE) Satow, Sir Ernest. A Diphanat in Japan, 714 (RI Saturday Book, The, (ed.) John Hadfield. 844 (K) .5'ariour of the Environment, 628 (Pt ) Schiller, Professor Karl: a controversial versial figure, 357 (A) Schreuder. D. M., Gladstone and Kruger, 796 (K) Science: the scientists' dilemma over weapons of destruction, 144 (RI: science in East and West, 445 (R); danger from chemical warfare material dumped in the sea, 1,34 (AI S ore of Arms. A, Richard Meade. 721 (R)


Scotsmen a 'danger in our midst'. 26 (Al I; teachers

dismissed for refusing i0 register, 1.12 (PC), 2111 IL); the

Wheatley report, 436 (St, 524 IL); government aid to Upper Clyde Shipbuilders. 894 (AI Scott, J. M., From Sea to Ocean, 718 (K) Scott. William: exhibition, 686 (AR) Scratch Orchestra. the, 845 (AR) Sea. the: danger from dumped chemical warfare material, 634 (A) S ea Gull, The, 910 (AR)

Searle, J. R.. .Vprech Art,, 47 (R1 Season of Migration to the Narth,1 Asels Sahli, 374 (K)

.Second chance for everyone. A, 670 (A) Second opinion, 711 (A) Security: Gerald Brooke released by Russia in exchange tot the Krogers. 134. 171 (A). 1115 (L)

Soguy, Georges: general secretary of the CGT, 397 (A) Selected Poetry, Roy Campbell, 241 (R)

Set the City free, 561 (E) Seven League Boots, Wendy Myers, 7111 (R)


Shops and shopping: shopping in the countryside, 297 (CI); retailers and the responsibility for defects, 403 (Cl); the working of the Trade Descriptions Act, 748 (CI) Short Walk Abroad, A, John Wiles, 180 (RI Shostakovich, Dimitri, 613 (AR) Should charity be nationalised?, 891 (LA) Showdown on the campus?, 669 (V) 'Shriners', the, 440 (TT) Sicilian Flank Game, The: Nujdorf Variation, A. O'Kelly de Galway, 694 (C) Sicily. a history of, 212 (R) Siege, Edwin Corley, 721 (R) Siege of Leningrad, The, Harrison E. Salisbury, 446 (R) Siege of Trencher's Farm, The, Gordon M. Williams, 48 (R) Silence (Aldwych), 50 (AR) Silence and Cry. 50 (AR) Silkin, John, 868 (A) Silver: Long John Silver as a Labour MP, 283 (AE) Silver, hallmarking of, 675 (CI) Silver Tassie, The (Aldwych), 381 (AR) Simenon, Georges, Big Bab, 551 (R) Simon, Andre, in the Twilight, 544 (C1) Simon, Claude, 83 (R) Simpson. Dr C. A.: late dean of Christ Church, 105 (A).

154, 218 (1) Sims, George, The Sand Dollar. 721 (R) Single Summer with L. B.. A, Derek Marlowe, 551 (R) Sir William Hamilton, Envoy Extraordinary, Brian Fother- gill. 14 (R) Sitters unseated, 869 (P) Sitwell, Sacheverell, Gothic Europe. 79 (R) Sjowall, Maj, and Per Wahloo, The Man on the Balcony, 180 (RI Skeffington-Lodge, T. C.., 26, 121 (L) Skeffington report, People and Planning, 136 (S), 170 (A), 436 (5) Skelton. Barbara, A Lore Match, 146 (R) Skidelsky, Robert, English Progressive Schools, 875 (R) Skye: rewriting 'Over the Sea to Sky', 316 (CO) Sleeping Beauty (Royal Ballet), 448 (AR) Slow boat to Europe, 131 (LA) Small print, 403 (A) Smith, Grover, (ed.) The Letters of Atriums Huxley, 752 (RI Smith, Stevie. Novel on Yellow Paper or Work it out for yourself. 271 (R) Socialism: must accept not only economic incentives but social privilege also. 709 (PS)


the Land of Welfare, 234 (PS); abuse-and cost-of benefits, 291 (LA); need for close scrutiny of the social services, 291 (LA); The truth about the welfare rackets, 300 (A), 344, 360 (L), 395 (LA), 420, 453, 491 (L), 540 (A); maladministration and abuse of the supplementary benefits scheme, 300 (A). 344, 360 (L), 395 (LA), 420, 453, 491 (L), 540. 707 (A); the philosophy of the cash hand-out, 395 (LA); no supplementary benefits for Piccadilly hippies, 452 (L); the White Paper on National Superannuation and Social Insurance, 654 (F); the work of the officers investigating abuses, 707 (A); a free-lance artist tries to get supplementary benefit, 821 (PS), 880 (L); effects of the welfare state replacing voluntary efforts, 891 (LA) Society's responsibility for the sins of the individual, 329 (PS), 385 (L), 509 (PS) Soft sell, 359 (P) Solon (Conservative periodical), 470 (S) Solzhenitsyn, Alexander. The Love-Girl and the Innocent, 370 (R). 453, 492. 573, 618 (L) Something in Disguise. Elizabeth Jane Howard, 682 (R) Song of the Earth, Alexander Cordell, 243 (R) Songs, national, 27 (CO)


the Afrikaners, 648 (R); anti-apartheid demonstrations in England against the Springboks, 674, 708 (5), 880 (L); an oblique reference to the demonstrations against the Springboks, 693 (AF); an appeal for the Valley Trust, 880 (L); cricket tour of England still on, 880 (L); 796 (R) Southern, Terry, The Magic Christian, 716 (R) Southern stigma, The, 396 (A) So What About Love? (Criterion), 417 (AR)


space travel reduced to a show on television, 39 (S); Apollo 11 astronauts' press conference, 39 (S); God in space travel terms. 90 (AF); two American astronauts land on the moon, 98 (PW), 101 (A), 153 (L); the landing seen on television, 107 (A); the moon landing celebrated in verse, 134 (P), 155 (CO); J. Leslie Mitchell's predictions about the moon, 167 (S); the inhospitable universe, 202 (S); The great space folly, 747 (PS), 804, 848, 849 (L); two more Americans land on the moon, 747 (PS), 747 (A); the TV coverage of the exploit, 747 (A) Spain: 'Porto Erotico'-an imaginary resort, 252 (AF); the conquest of Mexico and Peru, 334 (R) Spaniard. The, Bernard Clavel, 793 (R) Spanish-American literature. 903 (R) Spark, Muriel, The Very Fine Clock. 597 (R) Spartacus (Bolshoi Ballet), 117 (AR)


poll on the Conservative party conference: announcement, 467, results. 507 (A); an apology, 494; Royal Court Theatre bars smc-rw-roit's theatre critic, 611 (AR), 632 (A), 686 (AR), 691 (L)„ 824 (A), 913 (L); correspondents' ages, 849 (L); extracts from 100 years ago, 18, 38, 74, 121, 137, 172. 214, 252, 262, 294, 327, 363, 401. 439, 476, 508, 538, 591. 631, 672, 714, 744, 806, 826, 876, 894

Spectator Christmas quiz, The, 898; clues, 900; answers, 915 Spectator's Notebook, 9, 39, 73, 103, 136, 167, 202, 233, 265, 295, 328, 362, 399, 436, 470, 510, 541, 588, 633, 674, 708, 746, 785, 820, 865, 896 (S) Speech Acts. J. R. Searle, 47 (R) Spence, Jonathan, The China Helpers. 680 (R) Spies of Good Intent, Gabriel Veraldi, 48 (R) Spinney. David, Rodney, 480 (R) Spoilers. The, Desmond Bagley, 180 (R) Sport: American college football and its sideshows, 511 (11 ); anti-apartheid demonstrations against the Springboks, 674, 708 (S), 880 (L) Springer. Axel, 593 (R) Sproat, John G., 'The Best Men': Liberal Reformers in the Gilded Age, 274 (R) Spunt, Georges, A Place in Time, 143 (R) Spurling, Hilary. 611 (AR), 632 (A), 691 (Lt. 824 (A), 913 (L) Spurling, John: Stuttgart actors refuse to act in his Mac-Rune's Guevara, 506 (A) Spy for Sale. Laurence Payne. 48 (R) Spyin:Gerald d Brooke returned by Russia in exchange fur the 134. 171 (A). 185 (L) Squatters: occupation of premises, 394 (PW), 395 (LA). 399 (5). 422 (AF); why they were evicted, 436 (5); no supple- mentary benefits, 452 (L) Squatters feel the wind, 434 (A) Squire's ghost lives on, The, 357 (A) Stalin, Joseph, 514 (R) Stancu, Zaharia, A Gamble with Death, 80 (R) Standing order, 267 (P) Stanhope. Lord: his Notes of Conversations with the Duke of Wellington, 1831-1851,366 (TT) Star is Born, A, 50 (R) State Intervention in British Industry, Frank Broadway, 725 F)

Sta(tues: in a variety of cities, 76 (TT)

Steering the Economy, Samuel Brittan, 240 (R) Sterne, Laurence: Shandy Hall being restored, 295 (S) Stevenson, Mrs Robert Louis, 209 (R)


defends government policy over Nigeria, 3 (LA); and the denial of relief supplies to Biafra, 34 (PW), 35 (LA); 164 (PC); US opinion of him, 432 (A); lies and prevaricates over mercy flights and conditions for Nigerian-Biafran talks, 703 (LA), 804 (L); 740 (PC): misleads Parliament over Biafran relief flights, 746 (5); The word of Mr Stewart, 784 (A) Stick together, lads, 740 (PC) Still time for second thoughts, 99 (LA)


bulls discount the Letter of Intent, 22 (F); the unit trusts performance this year in a bear market, 23 (F); a 9 per cent Treasury stock issued at 96}, 118 (F); 'shareholders' committees' proposed in a private member's Bill, 151 (F), 218 (L); relations between company managements and shareholders, 151 (F); companies shortage of cash and credit, 152 (F); mergers, including conglomerates, 183 (F); machine tool manufacturers, 184 (F); the merger boom, 217 (F); the takeover of Pergamon Press by Leasco Data Processing Corporation, 280, 313, 418, 522 (F); a Board of Trade inquiry into Pergamon Press advised, 313 (F); property bonds, 314, 615, 689 (F); investment trusts, 343 (F); bank shares, 383 (F); merchant bank shares, 419 (F); gilt-edged market more cheerful, 489 (F); the City's contri- bution to the balance of payments position, 561 (F); no need for a statutory body to control takeovers and mergers, 566 (F); company liquidity, 570 (F); equity shares no longer an inflation hedge?, 615 (F); bull market not possible without a change in the taxation climate, 688 (F); how the unit trusts have fared this year, 726 (F); the rally in equities petering out, 766 (F); the year reviewed, 911 (F); 549. 553 (R) Stocking, Marion Kingston, (ed.) The Journals of Claire Clairmont 1814-1827,17 (R) Stokes, Donald, and David Butler, Political Clmnge in Britain, 584 (PC), 670 (P) Stokes and shares, 670 (P) Stone, Harry, (ed.) The Uncollected Writings of Charles Dickens: Household Words, 1850-59,750 (R) Stonham, Lord: quoted, 135 (A) Strachey, Lytton: Queen Victoria, 370 (R); Ermyntrude and Esmeralda (intro. Michael Holroyd), 370 (R) Strategems and Spoils: A Social Anthropology of Politics, F. G. Bailey, 112 (R) Street names: Scarab St. 283 (L) Streets of Asia, James Kirkup, 718 (R) Strike me pink, 204 (A)


11 (P); the Port Talbot strike, 204 (A); strikers and supplementary benefits, 301 (A); effects of the dustmen's strike, 510 (S); twenty-four-hour strike by the ABS, 510 (A); comments by Mr Alfred Doolittle and Hamlet's gravedigger, 618 (CO); teachers to strike, 708 (S); the background to the teachers' strikes, 744 (A) Strip-Tease (Ambiance), 845 (AR) Strong, Jonathan, Tike, 336 (R) Strong, Patience, 316 (AF) Strong, Roy: Tudor and Jacobean Portraits, 594 (R); The English Icon, 799 (AR) Strong men weep, 316 (AF) Struggle for the Middle East, The: The Soviet Union and the Middle East 1958-68, Walter Laqueur, 794 (R) Stubbs, George: exhibition, 247 (AR)


a switch from grants to loans advocated, 291 (LA), 420, 617, 727 (L); student politics at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 356 (A); membership of NUS not obligatory, 490 (L); University of Essex barricade the Senate, 669, 817 (V); two contradictory demands-for higher grants and less state interference, 746 (S); the problem of student violence, 817 (V); LSE students shout down the annual Oration. 820 (5); coming demands of the National Union of Students, 864 (A); Conservative student politics, 912 (L); see also UNIVERSITIES

Studhorse Man, The, Robert Kroetsch, 551 (R) Sturrock, John, The French New Novel: Claude Simon, Michel Bator, Alain Robbe-Griller, 83 (R) Success story, 101 (A) Sugar, 692 (L) Summer Fires, Lorna Pegram, 146 (R) Summer reductions, 122 (AF)


to close down at end of year, 107 (A); Robert Maxwell to take over and start a new paper, 107 (A); 134 (P); tributes on its demise, 220 (CO); proposals for its future from the Free Communications Group, 267 (A), 344 (L); Albert Lamb likely to be new editor, 364 (A); Rupert Murdoch bids for the Sun, 438 (A); Mr Murdoch's new Sun, 710 (A) Sun and Moon, 134 (P) Sunday Mirror: one Sunday's piffling contents, 75 (A); publishes the Mrs Biggs story, 636 (A) Sunday sag, 75 (A) Sunday Times: reveals that Donald Crowhurst's circumnavi- gation claim is false, 138 (A) Sun on the Water, The, Roger Longrigg, 481 (R) Superior Person, Kenneth Rose, 639 (R) Super-ministry of industry?, A, 568 (F) Surbiton Conservative Association: try to oust their MP, 584 (PC), 633 (S) Surbiton shows the way, 584 (PC) Surrender of Japan, The (Vol V of The War Against Japan), Major-General S. Woodburn Kirby and others, 478 (R) Surrey, University of: its buildings, 687 (AR), 729 (L) Sutton, Henry, The Voyeur, 340 (R) Svevo, Halo, Further Confessions of Zeno, 176 (R) Swaan, Wim, The Gothic Cathedral, 834 (R) Swan Lake (Bolshoi Ballet), 84 (AR) Swann committee on antibiotics in animal husbandry, 822 (M) Sweet and sour, 590 (M) Swindon by-election, 536 (PC) Swing away from LBJ, 669 (A) Swinging together, 509 (PS) Symonds, John, and Kenneth Grant, The Confessions of Aleister Crowley, 648 (R)


Table talk, 13, 44, 76, 108, 141, 172, 206, 236, 269, 298, 332, 366, 404, 440, 474, 511, 546, 591, 636, 676, 789 (TT) Table talk: correspondence arising from, 26, 345, 386, 492 (L) Tailor of Gloucester, The, Beatrix Potter, 600 (R) Take it with a pinch of SALT, 7 (A) Takeovers: takeover panel advises a Board of Trade inquiry into Pergamon Press, 313 (F); no need for a statutory body to control takeovers and mergers, 566 (F) Talent to Amuse, A, Sheridan Morley, 640 (R), 692, 727 (I.) Tale of two elections, A, 431 (LA) Tangwena people, the: expelled front their lands in Rhodesia, 399, 510 (S) Targets, 415 (AR) Tarr, Laszlo, The History of the Carriage, 276 (R) Tavener, John, 116 (AR) Taxation: UK and other Western countries compared, 688 (F); a tax on all employed labour suggested, 689 (F); lain Macleod's proposals, 688 (F) Taxation galore, 688 (F) Taylor, Paul B., and W. H. Auden, (trans.) The Elder Edda, 827 (R)


the high wastage rate of women teachers, 8 (A); anticipated surplus an opportunity to raise standards, 8 (A); teachers in Scotland dismissed for refusing to register, 132 (PC), 218 (L); a programme of strikes, 708 (S); the background to their pay demand, 744 (A); comments by fictional schoolboys on the teachers strikes, 882 (CO) Team spirit, 267 (A) Teeth: fluoridation of water, 75 (Cl), 154 (L); dental decay, 154 (L); tooth-brushing, 588 (S)


West Germany's debt to the BBC,11 (A); London Weekend Television's promises not fulfilled, 42 (A); an extension of television hours?. 74 (A); television in Britain at a low point, 74 (A); BBC and ITV handling of the moon landing, 107 (A); 'royals' of the past interviewed, 122 (CO); political interviews, 138 (A); 'confrontation' programmes- Granada's World in Action-On Site, 171 (A); four examples of documentary, 204 (A); licence fee to go up, 235 (A); ballyhoo over heart transplants, 264 (M); ITV and BBC coverage of Northern Ireland events, 268 (A); TV and general elections, 330 (A); coverage of the party conferences, 330 (A); London Weekend Television's troubles, 364 (A), 399 (5); differing attitudes of BBC and ITV to money required for programmes, 364 (A); the relief of living without television, 400 (PS), 452, 492 (L); the Liberal party's Assembly, 403 (A); the Frost programme with Rupert Murdoch, 472 (A); the ITA bans a News of the World advertisement, 472 (A); twenty-four-hour strike by the ABS, 510 (A); The Question Why and other 'holy hour' broadcasts, 537 (V), 617, 656 (L); The Survivors a sympton of something wrong at the BBC, 675 (A); coverage of the second moon landing, 747 (A); why not public executions on TV?, 865 (S) Tennyson, Lord: recollections by his grandson, 510 (S); a story, 781 (V), 881 (L) Ten Thousand Suns, 415 (AR) Test for comprehensives, The, 587 (A) Thames, the: threatened by planning, 908 (AR) Thanksgiving Visitor, The, Truman Capote, 550 (R) Thatcher, Mrs Margaret: shadow education minister, 541 (S) That Wonderful November, Ercole Patti, 793 (R)


the Living Theatre's performances, 59 (CO); To an actress, 168 (P); the Elizabethan theatre, 209 (R); Max Beerbohm and William Robson as critics, 483 (R); Royal Court

Theatre bars SPECTATOR'S theatre critic, 611 (AR), 632 (A),

686 (AR), 691 (L), 824 (A), 913 (L); Noel Coward, 640 (R); John Whiting's plays, 650 (R); the TSE company from Argentina, 765 (AR); musical comedy, 874 (R); the Webster family, 874 (R) Theatre of the World, Frances A. Yates, 209 (R) There'll Be Some Changes Made (Fortune), 488 (AR) Therese and Isabelle, 214 (AR) Third Floor Front, The, Sir Hugh Greene, 240 (R) Third time lucky?, 465 (A) This Timeless Moment, Laura Archers Huxley, 211 (R) Thomas, J. H., 154 (L) Thomson, George: in charge of negotiations with the EEC, 464 (PC), 466 (A) Thorpe, Jeremy: his leadership of the Liberal party, 355 (LA), 362 (S) Threat to unit trusts, The, 615 (F) Three foolish men, 914 (AF) Three Into Two Won't Go, 117 (AR) Thrillers, 48, 180, 340, 515, 721 (R) Through Dooms of Love, Dorothy Burnham, 550 (R) Thynne, Christopher, and Candida Lycett Green, Hadrian in the Orient, 602 (R) Tides of Fortune 1945-1955, Harold Macmillan, 306 (R) Tike, Jonathan Strong, 336 (R) Time for realism, A, 744 (A)

'Tons', THE

a questionnaire to Conservative candidates, 42 (A); poor coverage of the civil war in Nigeria, 297 (A); price goes up twopence, 590 (A); its prospects, 590 (A); a 'special report' (advertising supplement) on the Soviet Union, 705 (V); allegations of police corruption and bribery, 786, 788 (A), 805 (AF); a mistake, 787 (A), 849 (L) Timetable for Europe, 71 (A) Titan, The, Theodore Dresser, 210 (R) Titian: The Religious Paintings, Harold E. Wethey, 840 (R) To an actress, 168 (P) To Leave Before Dawn, Julien Green, 211 (R) Tongues of Conscience: War and the Scientists' Dilemma, R. W. Reid, 144 (R) Tonks, Rosemary, Businessmen as Lovers, 336 (R) Too many teachers?, 8 (A) Too Quick Despairer, David Williams, 681 (R) Tooth truth, 75 (CI) Topaz, 687 (AR) To reale or not to 'Wiwi., 801 (F) Tories on the Tories, The, 507 (A) Tory men, Whig measures, 397 (A) To travel hopefully . . ., 298 (TT) To Tunisia with love, 629 (V) Touch of Love, A, 519 (AR) Tour de force, 693 (AF) Tourism: London filled with overseas tourists, 295 (S); foreign visitors to Britain, 298 (TT)


the Redcliffe-Maud report, 57 (L), 436 (5), 628 (PC); the Skeffington report, People and Planning, 136 (5), 170 (A), 436 (S); the proposed NPB building near St Paul's, 150 (AR); should road works be subject to planning control?, 170 (A); Ministry of Public Building and Works to re- build part of Whitehall, 868 (A); the Thames and conserva- tion, 908 (AR) Townsend, John Rowe, The Intruder, 600 (R) Toynbee, Arnold, (ed.) The Crucible of Christianity, 834 (R)


the June trade figures, 87 (F); our overseas diplomats to concentrate on aiding commerce?, 101 (A), 108, 172 (TT); upward trend in exports, 280 (F); the import deposit scheme to continue, 535 (LA); Britain's balance of pay- ments position put into perspective, 558 (F); trade figures good, 560 (P) Trod and trendy, 44 (P) Trade Desperiptions Act, 748 (Cl) Trade dolmades, 560 (P) Trades Union Congress: Mr Wilson's speeds at annual conference, 291 (LA) Trade Union Benefit Bill. The, 779 (LA) Trade unions: the Queen's speech proposal for a trade unions Bill, 583 (LA); Mrs Castle's 'Trade Union Benefit' Bill, 779 (LA) Tralbaut, Marc Edo. Vincent ran Gogh. 904 (R) Travel: fewer passengers on domestic air routes, 746 (SI: travel books, 718 (R) Traveller in Southern Italy, A, H. V. Morton, 718 (RI Travellers' tales, 171 (A) Travels with my Aunt, Graham Greene, 717 (R) Tremlett, David: exhibition. 876 (AR) Trevelyan, Charles Philips, falters from North Amerha Old the Pacific 1898, 906 (R) Trevor, William, Mrs Eckilorf in O'Neill's Hotel, 481 (K) Trial of Bukharin, The, George Katkov. 904 (RI Trial of Mr Gandhi, The, Francis Watson, 446 (RI Trinidad: the Country Club 'racism case, 294 (A); 647 (K) Trouble in the Sixth, 359 (Al Trouble with SALT, The, 743 (A) Troyens. Les' (Covent Garden), 415 (AR) True Grit, 763 (AR)

True Principles of Pointed or Christian Arcliim MR% The,

A. W. N. Pugin, 678 (R) Truth about the judges, The, 69 (A) Truth about the welfare rackets, The, 300 (Al Tshombe, Moise, 485 (R) Tudor and Jacobean Portraits. Roy Strong, 594 (R I Tumult, Johannes Allen. 80 (R) Tunisia: Tunisian troops rescue newspaperman. 629 (V) Turner, J. M. W., 904 (R) Turn up a Stone, Alexander Cade. 340 (R) Tussman, Joseph, Experiment at Berkeley, 15 (R) Twelfth Night (Stratford-upon-Avon), 279 (AR) Twelfth Night (Cambridge Arts), 448 (AR) Twice Born, Rose Franken, 551 (R) Two cheers, 438 (A) Two Chiefs of Dunboy, The, J. A. Fronde (ed. A. L. Rowse).

716 (R) Uctello. Paulo, John Pope-Hennessy, 840 (K) Ulster finds her Husak, 227 (LA) Ulster on the brink, 503 (LA) Uncle and Claudius the Camel, J. P. Martin, 597 (RI Uncollected Writings of Charles Dickens, The: Household Words, 1850-59, (ed.) Harry Stone, 750 (R) Undefeated. The, 449 (AR) Underdeveloped countries: moral responsibility of rich and ex-colonial countries, 26, 121. 154 (L); the British Council of Churches' sign-in' campaign, 891 (LA) Underwood, Leon: exhibition, 723 (AR) Unemployment: abuse of the supplementary benefits scheme.

300 (A), 344, 360 (L), 540 (A); time limit to benefit, 453 (L); ex-bank managers and unemployment pay. 360, 453.

491 (L); the work of investigating officers, 707 (A) Unfair for all, 440 (I') Unholy Orders, 543 (A) Unionists' two-way stretch, The, 538 (A)


is the new Nixon still Tricky Dicky?, 5 (A); Samuel De Cavalcante, the Mafia boss of Union County. 6 (A); strategic arms limitation talks with Russia likely, 7 (A); an educational experiment at Berkeley, 15 (R); Federal Reserve Bank's failure to end 'inflationary expectations', 52 (F); President Nixon reluctant or unable to handle Congress, 70 (A); the Senate battle over the ABM system, 70(A); 'mugging, violence and theft in Manhattan, 70 (A); brilliant success of the Apollo II flight, 101 (A), 153 (L); Edward Kennedy involved in drowning accident, 133 (At. 141 (TT), 185, 219, 250 (L); President Nixon's visit to Roumania, 133, 198 (A); weekend parties, 141 (TI); Assistant Secretary James Farmer, 165 (A); President Nixon's welfare-reform proposals, 231 (A); the Columbia University crisis, 244 (R); the post-civil war liberals, 274 (R); Senator Fulbright. 276 (R); kidnapping of the ambas- sador to Brazil, 323 (LA); death of Drew Pearson, 332 (TT); Eldridge Cleaver and the Black Panthers, 338 (R); student politics at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 356 (A); indignation at nomination of Clement Hayns- worth to the Supreme Court, 396 (A); nomination rejected by Senate, 783 (A); a new spirit of moderation in the South. 396 (A); the South and the anti-cigatette campaign, 396 (A); anglophobia among the official classes, 432 (A); attitude to the Nigerian civil war, 432 (A); the 'Noble Order of the Mystic Shrine', 440 (Ti]; the Ku Klux Klan and the American Legion, 440 (TT); the Green Berets murder charge dropped, 465 (V); increasing opposition to the President and his Vietnam policy, 466 (A); the bank- ruptcy of consensus economic thinking, 467 (A); establish- ment of economic priorities an alternative to inflation or insolvency, 467 (A); Iowa, 474 (TT); 'old-time religion', 474 (TT); college football and its sideshows, 511 (TT); the 'moratorium' against the Vietnam war, 537 (A), 546 (TT); how demonstrators dress, 546 (TT); Washington a city of violence and crime, 630 (A); Americans abroad, 636 (TT); American medicine and hospitals, 676 (TT); Theodore H. White's Making of the President 1968, 715 (R); an airline advertisement, 785 (S); Vietnam not her first politico-military defeat, 785 (S): travelling by air, 789 (TI); Nashville (Tennessee), Birmingham (Alabama). New Orleans and San Francisco visited, 789 (TT); the 15 November 'mobilisation' against the Vietnam war, 818 (A); Britain's total reliance upon the US, 861 (V); argu- ments about Boeing's supersonic transport aircraft, 893 (A); the stock market and the economy reviewed, 911 (F): see alSO NEW YORK and NIXON

Unit trusts: their performance in a bear market. 23 (F); a Mirror readers' service, 450 (F); large drop in net sales, 615 (F); how they have fared this year, 726 (F)


an educational experiment at Berkeley, 15 (R); honorary degrees, 44 (TT); the PIB's report on university pay attacked, 169 (A); Kenneth Allsop revisits Oxford. 203 (PS); political and educational objectives, 233 (S); the Palace of Cornelian, 234 (PS); the Columbia University crisis, 244 (R); a switch from grants to loans for students?, 291 (LA), 420, 617, 727 (L); student politics at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 356 (A); university sanctions not adequate?, 669 (V); self-contradictions of a libertarian university, 669 (V); students at University of Essex barri- cade the Senate, 669, 817 (V); the buildings at the Univer- sity of Surrey, 687 (AR), 729 (L); the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals, 745 (A); an attempt to turn academic life into a quantified branch of industry, 745 (A), 803 (L); the problem of student violence, 817 (V); A plan to save the universities, 864 (A) L. Avorn and other. . .1r1 Unspeakable Practises. t .1,1s, Donald Barthelme. 146 (12) in arms, 823 (A) Upper Clyde Shipbuilders, 894 (A) Upward. Edward: The Railway A,,ident, 111 (It ): 1 he Rotten Elements. 111 (RI L speech and usage. 714 (K), 768, 803. 880 (1,) Utopia, Mores. 103 (SI

Uwechue, Raph, Reflections on the Slyer-hot C '01 II at, 372 (RI


%ale!). Paul. 981 (L)

10/1,011 Hear it Away, I Ile, I tanners 01. mums, 210 (RI alien). CeSar, Forma, ifw//ano.s.- 1lumtarr Poems ans. Clayton Eshleman), 516 (R I an Doesburg, Theo, Principles of Neo-Plastii ler, 177 (K) Lein Gogh, I ineent, Marc Edo 1 ralbaut, 904 (R)

I "tusked World. The, 11. L. Bates, 550 (RI Vansittart. Peter, Pastimes oft, Red S t, 4(19 (RI

renice and the Defense ty. Republhon Liberty. William J. Bouwsma. 368 (RI t (MO with Pistol. Gavin L) all, 721 (K)

Veraldi. Gabriel, Spies of Good Intent, 48 (RI

I erdi, The Complete Operas of, Charles Osborn, 652 (AR) terrocchio, G. Passavant, 270 (12)

Very Fine Clod:. The, Muriel Spark, 597 (RI 1 Yry Lore& People: .4 Personal Report on S Amechatis .ibrood. Ludovic Kennedy., 636 (IT)

Victoria. Queen: and John Brown. 82 (K); 370 (K) Ile:or/an Painters. Jeremy Maas, 309 (K) Vidal, Gore, RdleCIUMS Oil a Sinking Ship, 147 (K) lie en rouge, La, 220 (Al-)


no longer dominates the US headlines. 293 (Al: death of President 11,1 Chi Minh. 325 (A): policies of Lc Dual, and truong Chink 325 (A ); President Nixon's two incompatible pledges, 397 (A); the Green Berets murder charge dropped, 465 (VI; methods of 'interrogation', 465 (V); increasing US opposition to President Nixon's continuance of the war, 466 (A): the 'moratorium' demonstration in the US.. 537 (Al. 546 (Tr); dangers of the courses open to President Nixon, 629 (A); the 'Pinkville' (My Lai) massacre, 738 (PW), 781 IV), 785 (S), 818 (AI; the background to the American dilemma, 741 (VI, 848, 881 (LI; the d theory. 741 (V), 804, 881 (LI; Vietnam not America's first politico-military defeat. 785 (S); a consert to the anti- war camp, 881 (L); Sgt Bernhardt refuses to shoot at My Lai. 893 (V) Viewpoint, 465, 505, 537, 585. 629, (r69, 705. 741, 781. 817, 861. 893 (V) Vintage volumes. 544 (CD Violent days. 268 (A)

Violent Friend. The: The Story of Airs Robert Louis Stevenson.

Margaret Mackay, 209 (RI Visionary and Dreamer, Lord David Cecil. 902 (R) Visitors: one difficult to get rid of 167 (S), 250 (LI

Voie Lacti,e, La, 555 (ARI

Volbach, W. F.: see Jean Hubert Voltaire. Theodore Besterman, 443 IB ) von Herberstein, Sigmund, Description id Muss err and Muscovy, 552 (RI Pox pop, 706 (A) Voyage to Atlantis, J. W. Mavor Jr. 375 (K) Voyeur, lie. Henry Sutton, 340 (R)



Daily Telegraph journalists press for more pa). II (A); the PIB's report on university pay attacked. 169 (Al; the PIB's report on architects fees, 169 (A); ditlerent occupa- tions compared. 744 (A); recent wage rises, 766 (F) Wahloo, Per, and Maj Sjowall, The Man on the Balcony, 180 (R) Waiting for the army, 631 (Al Waldron, Peter: paintings, 342 (AK)


a journey through Wales, 9 (S); the independence move- ment, 9 (S); the Prince of Wales's investiture, 2 (PW), 9 (5); Caernavon Castle, 9 (5); difficulties of the Welsh language, 25, 57, 88, 120, 153 (L). 202 (S); neglected by both Conservative and Labour parties, 524 (L) Walmsley, Robert. Peterloo: The Case Re-opened, I 1 1 (K) Wanted: A Board of Trade inquiry, 280 (F)


the Second World War, 367 (R); the defeat of Germany, 478 (R); the surrender of Japan, 478 (R); chemical warfare material dumped in the sea, 634 (A): the Duke of Welling- ton, 638 (RI; the madness of war, 781 (V); the killing of civilians, 781 (V) War Against Japan, The. Vol V: The Surrender of Japan, Major-General S. Woodburn Kirby and others. 478 (RI Warhurst. Lt.-Col. A. E.„ and Major L. F. Ellis, Vi tory in the West Vol 11: The Defeat of Germany, 478 (R) War of religion, 1969 style, 468 (Al Warts and all, 748 (CI) Washington: a city of violence and crime. 630 (A) Washington, Delinquent City. 630 (A) Watch this spare, 747 (A) Water-colour Painting in Britain: Volume Ill The Victorian Period, Martin Hardie, 309 (R) Water supply: desalination or reservoirs?, 39(S); fluoridation, 75 (Cl), 154 (L) Watson, Colin. The Flaxborough Crab, 340 (R) Watson, Francis, The Trial of Mr Gandhi, 446 (R) Watson, William, Better Than One, 243 (R) Waugh, Auberon, and Suzanne Cm*, Biafra: Britain's Shame, 642 (R) Way of all flesh, 106 (A) Way round the road blink, A, 742 (A) Wealth: should bring social as well as economic privilege, 709 (PS) Web and the Rock, The, Thomas Wolfe. 19 (RI We Bombed in New Haven, Joseph Heller, 46 (R) Webster, Margaret. The Same Only Different: Fire Genera- tions of a Great Theatre Family, 874 (R) Weekend storm. 364 (A) Weight, Card, (ed.) Painters on Painting. 904 (K) Weinstock. Arnold: a memo to his managers. 568 (T) Welcome, John, On the Stretch, 340 (R) Welcome Home Lovebirds, Jim Dine, 177 (R) Welfare rackets. The, 360 (A) Wellington, Duke of: his conversations, 366 (Tr); opinion of Napoleon, 366 (TT); central heating at Strathfieldsaye, 896 (S); 638, 681 (R) Wellington: The Years of the Sword. Elizabeth Longford, 638 (R) 907 (RI

Western tallies: etlects of possible Russo-American strategic arms limitation talks on relations between the US and her allies, 7 (Al West Indies: the Poll of Spam Cousin) Club 'racism' case, 294 (A) )1'estward to toughie,. Cohn Machines, 3311 (RI %Colley, Harold E.. titian I he Religious Paintings. 840 (K1 Wexitird FeN11,31, 652 (AR)

What about the people 505 (S1

What are ( Alan S. C. Ross, 714 tit). 768, 803 (1) What Ever Happened to Aunt 4l6e 415 ( A R I

II liar hopes tar the Liberals:', 355 (1._ A ) What's wrung with British industry '. 564 II I 55 heat, surplus of, 231 (P) heatle). (kitties. End in a Mask. 34(1 (K) Wheatle) 'crow the, 436 (S), 524 (1I Wheeler, Sir Mortimer, Roman 1st and An hate, tare, 834 (K) Where the rainbow ends. 40 (I'S)

('hash e tit from I lemon 629 IA)

While the sun shine,. 562 (I-I White. R. J., lhe Hamel. of Peasenhall. 515 (RI V. bite. Theodore 11 , lie Making o/ the President 1905, 71.5 (K) White Devil, the (Old Vick 722 tARI Whitehall Diary: 11 Ist26 19.1)7,

Keith Middlemas), 792 (RI Whitehall mess, 868 (AI Whitelaw, William, 541 (S) Whiteleg. the. 51)1(A) White paper blues 654 II-)

While Papers: on Na al Superannuation and Social Insurance. 654 (F); on Public Expenditure, 846 (1.1

Whiting, 101111: collected plays, 650 (RI Who and how after M.!, 325 (A)

Who'll he boss?, 705 (A) Whose /00:', I I (P) Who's Who of Flaphind, .4 (Ambiance). 845 (AR) Who Goes Tory--and why?, 469 (Al Will Bunch. The, 278 IAB) Wilder, Thornton. the Cabala. 206 11 I )

Wilder shores if R The, 206 (1-1)

Wiles, John, A Short Walk .4broatl, 180 (RI Bob, 636 (A) Williams. D., ol /Ott Qulsk Devotee'''. 681 (li) Williams. I caws, The ROMs to know, 82 (RI Wdh.00s, ( iordon M., The Siege of Trencher's 1 arm. 48 (K) williani,on. ((ugh Ross. /hr Cardinal in Emile, 336 (K) Willing ) is rim, The, George Birdwood, 437 (A) Will the real MAW/Island up!, S (A) Wilson, Edmund, The Dead Sea Scrolls 1947-1969. 832 (RI

WIISON. liaatico

and entry to the EFC. 36 (PC'). 131 (LA); popularity rating rises and falls with Mr Death's, 103 (S); how he deals with TV interviewers, 138 (A); how he would like to reshuffle his Cabinet, 164 (PC); no new thinking in his TUC' speech, 291 (LA); his Newtown speech last year. 328 (51; reshuffles his Cahinet, 464 (PC'); and 'the sights of the new Socialist Britain'. 473 (P); 526 (All; exploitation of the Queen over Rhodesia?, 667 (LA). 768 (1-): visits abroad likely. 740 (PC); campaign for party unity. 740 IN.); quoted. /120 (5)

Wilson, J. Dover, Milestones MI the Dover Road. 306 (K) Wind, Edgar, Giorgio/1r', 1'r/ism-sta. with Comments on Giorgione's Poetic Allegories, 840 (R) Wine: drawbacks of Mg accepting the appellation contriiMe

system, 14(1 (('I); three hooks on wine, 544 (('I) Wines of Bordeaux, The, Edmund Penning-Rowsell, 544 (CI) Wingler, (fans M., Graphic Work Mott the Bauhaus, 177 (RI; The Bauhaus. 904 (RI Winning, 519 (AR) Witch's Mill. and The Cat's Pajama., Peter De Vries, 80 (R) Wolfe, Thomas, The Web and the Rock, 19 IR) Widf from the Door, Rupert Croft-Cooke. 241 1K 1 Women: misuse of supplementary benefits scheme. 301 (A), 344, 360 (LI; the 'Miss World' competition, 785 (5); a send-up on the dangers of the Pill, 882 (AF) Women Beware Women (Stratford-upon-Avon), 49, 722 (AR) Women M Love. 724 (AR) Women in peril, 882 (A FI Women of Prasenhall, The, R. J. White, 515 (RI Wood, Christopher, Make it Happen to Me, 411(R) Muni, Sir Henry: A Biography, Reginald Pound, 682 (K) Woodcock, George. The British in the Far East, 680 (R) Woodhouse. C. M., The Philhellene.% 379 (RI Woolf. Leonard: death, 236 (TT). 386 (LI; 512 (R) Woo)le, Leonard, The Journey, Not the Arrival, Matters. 512 (RI Word of Mr Stewart. The, 784 (A) Worsley, T. C., Fire Minutes, Sir Matthew, 551 (R) Worsthorne. Peregrine: on strikes and strikers, 204 (A) 1Vounds, Maureen Dufy, 18 (K)


XMBL, 818 (I')


Yahoo eQrrt, '1 he, 10 (PS) Yates, Frances A., 'Theatre of the World. 209 (K) Year in the City. The, 911 (I-) Year of Liberty. The, Thomas Pakesiham, 6115 (K) Yeats, W. B.: imitations of 'The I.akc Isle of Innisfree, 574 (CO) Young. Kenneth, Rhodesia and Independeme, 408 (R) Younger Pitt, The, John Ehrman. 664444(R) Young Japan, John R. Black, 552 (R I


an unsuccessful confrontation with Quintin Hogg, 10 (PS), 88 (L); trad or trendy?, 44 (P); typical and untypical young people, 88, 153 (L); 'hippies'and squatters occupy premises, 394 (PW), 395 (LA), 399 (S), 422 (F); why they were evicted, 436 (S); drug-taking, 437 (PS); Simon Raven's, advice to his son, 471 (PSI, 525 (1); why not 'work communes' for hippies?, 490 (L); the Labour and Conser- vative approaches to the new over-eighteen voters, 816 (P('); 'Satan's slaves', 850 (Al-); student politics. 912 (1-) Young 'arks in hosiery. 228 (PC)

Thomas Jones (ed.