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Source: Melita Historica : Journal of the Malta Historical Society. 1(1953)2(75-86)

[p.75] Malta in British Periodicals1915-51: A Select List


J. Cassar Pullicino, A.L.A.

The list which follows is based on the entries under MALTA appearing in the Library Association’s Subject Index to Periodicals since 1915. This Subject Index is to be found in the majority of British libraries: however, as no library in Malta subscribes to the Index it is well to include here a few notes on this important work of reference.

The Subject Index to Periodicals, published by the Library Association of London, has been appearing annually since 1915, except for the years 1923-25. In its early years it had a different title, i.e. Athæneum, and appeared as a series of class lists for different subjects. It is now an alphabetical subject-index to the contents of some 374 periodicals, all of which are in the English language. The Subject Index is intended principally to serve the general reader, and highly specialized periodicals whose contents are covered by sectional indexes and abstracts are not dealt with. However, the fact that it analyses so many important periodicals which are not indexed elsewhere makes it of great value to scholars and research workers in many branches of learning.

The scope of the Subject Index is primarily the humanities and the social sciences. The titles indexed include practically all the important periodicals on subjects of wide appeal, a few of the more general technical and semi-technical periodicals, and many of the publications of local societies — county, archaeological and natural history societies. Some of the indexing is done at the Headquarters of the Library Association, and some is done by co-operating libraries, the latter entries being edited before being incorporated with the material indexed at Headquarters. Though the Subject Index is not exhaustive, it may be considered to be extremely well-balanced in its selection. [1]

All the articles listed here appeared under the heading MALTA, with suitable sub-headings, e.g.. MALTA. Antiquities, or else under another heading, with appropriate see or see also references from the heading MALTA, e.g.

MALTA. See also under MAN, PREHISTORIC: Malta (following entries).

My aim in collecting all entries in one list has been to give a good picture of important contributions relating to Malta in responsible British periodicals from 1915 to 1951. At the same time this list is intended to enable students and research workers to trace as much material as possible on a given subject or this purpose [p.76] the titles of the articles have been re-grouped under headings such as a research worker would be interested in. No attempt has been made, however, to assess the value of the articles listed, and it is hoped that the researcher will use his selective judgment in the analysis of the research and information value of the contents of the articles, which are of varying standards. This especially applies to articles published in the pre-war and immediate post-war period.

An author index at the end refers to the numbered entries of the list under each main heading subjects are again split into sub-headings, arranged alphabetically, and the articles under each are listed chronologically by date of publication. An alphabetical list of periodicals in which the articles appeared is given at the beginning, together with the year of first publication, when this is available. [2] To economise in space periodicals are referred to in their abbreviated form in the entries, and a list of abbreviations used is also given.

The Maltese research worker so far has been greatly hindered in his work by the lack of suitable bibliographical aids. It is hoped that the present lead given by the “Malta Historical Society” in encouraging the compilation and publication of such lists will improve matters, and provide the much-needed and long-denied tools to the student of local history.

List of Periodicals

Aeroplane 1911
Ancient Egypt 1914-35
Antiquaries Journal 1921
Antiquity 1927
Archaeology 1770
Architect 1868 (now incorporated with “Architect and Building News,” 1926)
Architectural Association journal, 1887
Architectural Review 1896
Army Quarterly 1920
Art and Archaeology 1914
Blue Peter 1922
British Medical journal 1857 (as “Provincial, Medical and Surgical journal,” 1840.)
Builder 1842
Bulletin of New York Public Library 1897
Bulletin of School of Oriental & African Studies 1917
Churchman 1879
“Comptes Rendus, etc., Académie des Sciences” 1840
Connoisseur 1901
Contemporary Review 1866

Country Life 1897
Crown Colonist 1931 (now incorporated with “New Commonwealth” 1951)
Discovery 1920
Dublin Review 1836
Empire Review 1901 (now “Commonwealh & Empire Review” 1944)
Field 1853
Folk-Lore 1890
Foreign Affairs (N.Y.) 1890
Fortnightly Review 1865 (continued “Fortnightly” 1934)
Geography 1927 (started as “Geographical Teacher” 1901)
Geographical Magazine 1935
Illustrated London News 1842
International Labour Review 1921
Journal of British Archaeological Association 1843
Journal of Comparative Legislation 1896
Journal of Documentation 1945
Journal of Hygiene 1901
Journal of Roman Studies 1911
Journal of Royal Anthrop. Institute


Journal of Royal Artillery 1873
Journal of Royal Institute of International Affairs 1922 (now “International Affairs,” 1931)
Journal of Royal Society of Arts 1852
Journal of Royal United Services Institution 1857
Journal of Washington Academy of Sciences 1899
Man 1901
Mariner’s Mirror 1911
Menorah journal (N.Y.) 1915
Metereological Magazine 1866
National Geographic Magazine 1899
Nature 1869
New English Review 1911 (now “The National & English Review,” 1950)
Notes and Queries 1849
Numismatic Chronicle 1839
Papers of Manchester Literary Club 1875
Proceedings of Prehistoric Society of East Anglia 1908-34
Proceedings of Philosophical Society, Glasgow
Proceedings of Royal Society of Medicine, 1907

Proceedings of Society of Antiquaries of London I-II Series [1844] -1921
Railway Magazine 1897
Review of Legislation (suppt. to “J. of Comp. Legisl.”) 1896
Review of Reviews 1890 (incorporated with “World Review” 1936; also incorp. “World” 1934)
Royal Engineers journal 1870
Saturday Review of Literature 1924
Scottish Historical Review 1903
Spectator 1828
Tablet 1840
Times 1788 (as “Daily Universal Register,” 1785)
Times Literary Supplement 1902
Town Planning Review 1910
United Empire 1910
Water and Water Engineering 1899
World Review 1936
World Today 1945 (as “Bulletin of International News,” 1924)
Zoologist 1843-1916 (incorp. with “British Birds”)


Acad. = Academy
Anc. = Ancient
Antiq. = Antiquarian, Antiqaries.
Anthrop. = Anthropoligical
Archaeol. = Archaeology, Archaeological.
Archit. = Architectural
Artill. = Artillery
Assn. = Association
B.M.J. = British Medical Journal
Bibl. = Bibliography
Brit. = British
Bull. = Bulletin
C.R. = “Comptes Rendus”
Chron. = Chronicle
Col. = Colonist
Comp. = Comparative
Contemp. = Contemporary
Docum. = Documentation
E.. = East.
Eng. = Engineering
Fig. = Figure
For. = Foreign.
Forth. = Fortnightly
Geogr. = Geographical, Geography.
Hist. = Historical
Illus. il. = Illustrated
Int., Inter = International

J. = Journal
Lab. = Labour
Legisl. = Legislation
Lit. = Literary
Lond. = London
Mag. = Magazine
Manch. = Manchester
Med. = Medicine
Metereol. = Metereological
N. = New
Orient. = Oriental
Numis. = Numismatic
Philos. = Philosophical
Proc. = Proceedings
Prehist. = Prehistoric
Q. = Quarterly
R. = Review
Revs. = Reviews
Rept. = Report
Roy. = Royal
S. = Series
Sci. = Science, Scientific
Schl. = School
Scot. = Scottish
Soc. = Society =Studies
Stud. = Studies
T.L.S. = Times Literary Supplement



1. MALTA, by Mabel E. Strickland. In Empire R., Jan. 1926, pp. 47-54.
2. THE MALTESE ISLANDS, by Sir Harry Luke. In Nat. Geog. Mag., Nov, 1935, pp. 647-66, il.
3. WANDERERS AWHEEL IN MALTA, by Richard Walter. In Nat. Geogr. Mag., Aug. 1940, pp. 253-72, il.
4. SUNLIGHT ON MALTA, by Barbara Power. In Geogr. Mag., June 1943, pp. 97-101, il.
5. A BLOCK OF AMBER SET IN LAPIS LAZULI, by Bella Sidney Woolf. In Crown Col., Aug. 1948, pp. 425-8, il.
6. MALTA’S GREAT MONTH, by Henry Baerlein. In World R., Mach 1951, pp. 59-64.
7. MALTA TODAY, by Reinhold Aris. In Contemp. R., July 1951, pp. 19-23.


8. SAN ANTONIO, MALTA: Gardens of the Governor’s Palace, by Sir John Du Cane. In Country Life, 19 June 1942, pp. 1182-5, il.


9. MALTA: THE HOTEL PHOENICIA, by William. B. Binnie. In Builder, 30 Jan. 1948, pp. 135-7, il.

Labour Conditions

10. LABOUR CONDITIONS IN MALTA IN 1932-33. In Int. Lab. R., Jan. 1935, pp. 90-1.


11. WEATHER AT MALTA, by A.C. Best and E.L. Clinch. In Meteorol. Mag., March 1937, pp. 33-5.


12. THE DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION IN THE MALTESE ISLANDS, by G.W.S. Robinson. In Geogr., June 1948, pp. 69-78, maps.



13. PREHISTORIC TOMBS AND TEMPLES, by William A. Griffiths. In Nat Geogr. Mag., May 1920, pp. 445-78, il.
14. MALTESE PROBLEMS, by R.R. Marett. In Proc. Prehist. Soc. E. Anglia. Vol. 5 [1928], pp. 257-9.
15. MALTESE ROCK-TOMBS, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Antiq. J., Oct.1928, pp. 478-84, il.
16. CHURCH AND STATE IN MALTA 5,000 YEARS AGO, by Edith Hughes. In Illus. London News, 5 July 1930, pp. 30-1, 46, il.
17. MALTA, by E.A. Wicker. In Art and Archaeol., Jan. 1930, pp. 3-12, il.
18. PREHISTORIC REMAINS OF MALTA AND GOZO, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Antiquity, March 1930, pp. 55-79, il.
19. PREHISTORIC ANTIQUITIES OF MALTA, by David Randall MacIver. In Antiquity, June 1935, pp. 204-8.


20. PROBLEMS OF MALTESE PREHISTORY, by J.B. Ward-Perkins. In Antiquity, March 1942, pp. 19-35.

Cart-Ruts and Cart-Tracks

21. THE MALTESE CART-RUTS [From Roman Period], by E.G. Fenton. In Man, May 1918, pp. 67-72, 2 figs. [Rejoinder] In Man, Aug. 1918, pp. 119-20, 1 fig. [Suppl. article in May 1918] Man, July 1920, p. 110, 2 figs.
22. THE MALTESE CART-RUTS [due to natural weathering of rocks], by W. Boyd Dawkins. In Man, June 1918, p. 87.
Reply to E.G. Fenton’s article in May, 1918 (No. 21)
23. THE MALTESE CART-RUTS, by H.N.M. Hardy. In Man, Nov. 1918, pp. 170-1, 3 figs.
Supports E.G. Fenton’s theory (No. 21).
24. CART-RUTS OF MALTA, by Margaret A. Murray. In Man, Feb. 1928, pp. 21-2, il.
25. PREHISTORIC CART-TRACKS, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Antiquity, March 18, 1928, il.


26. ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT MALTA, by Thomas Ashby. In Architect, 3 Dec. 1915, pp. 443-4.
Report to British Association on excavations at Xrobb il-Ghagin.
27. ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS AT MALTA: Xrobb il-Ghagin, by Thomas Ashby; Tal-Herbs and the Bur Meghez Fissures, by G. Despott. In Rept. Brit. Assn., 1915, pp. 208-17, 3 figs., 2 plates.
28. EXCAVATIONS IN MALTA IN 1914, by Thomas Ashby, T. Zammit and G. Despott. In Man, Jan. 1916, pp. 1-6, 3 figs., plan; Feb. 1916, pp. 17-22, 6 figs.
An account of the excavations of a megalithic building and a description of the objects found.
29. ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS IN MALTA [at Ghar Dalam]. In Rept. Brit. Assn. 1916, pp. 294-302, 4 plates; 1919, pp. 123-4.
30. RECENT EXCAVATIONS IN (1) ITALY, (2) SICILY, SARDINIA, N. AFRICA, MALTA, by Thomas Ashby. In T. L. S., 15 Dec. 1921, p. 842; 22 Dec., p. 858.
31. EXCAVATIONS AT BORĠ IN-NADUR, In Nature, 23 Dec. 1922, p. 859.
32. [RECENT EXCAVATIONS IN MALTA]. In Nature, 5 Jan. 1922, p. 27.


33. NOTES ON THE HYPOGEUM AT HAL SAFLIENI, MALTA, by H.J. Astley Dukinfield. In J. Roy. Anthrop. Inst., July-Dec. 1914, pp. 394-6.
34. PREHISTORIC HYPOGEUM AT HAL SAFLIENI, MALTA, by H.J. Astley Dukinfield. In J. Brit. Archaeol. Assn., N.S., Vol. xxi, pp. 185-204, 2 figs., 5 plates.


Neanderthal Man

35. EXCAVATIONS CONDUCTED AT GHAR DALAM IN 1917, by Giuseppe Despott. In J. Roy. Anthrop. Inst., July-Dec. 1918, pp. 214-21, 3 figs., 3 plates.
36. DISCOVERY OF NEANDERTHAL MAN IN MALTA [by G. Despott], by Arthur Keith. In Nature, 25 July 1918, pp. 404-5, 2 figs.

Stone Age

37. THE HAL TARXIEN NEOLITHIC TEMPLE, MALTA, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Archaeologia, Vol. lxvii, 1915-6. pp. 127-44, 2 figs.; 12 plates; Vol. lxviii, 1916-7, pp. 263-84, 22 figs., 11 plates; Psoc. Soc. Antiq. Lond., Vol. xxviii, 1915-6, pp. 251-3.
38. 3RD REPORT ON THE HAL TARXIEN EXCAVATIONS, MALTA, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Archaeologia, Vol. lxx, 1918-20, pp. 179-200, 21 figs., 4 Plates.
39. ARCHAEOLOGICAL NOTES ON THE NEOLITHIC TEMPLES OF MALTA, by A.V.D. Hort. In Man, Nov. 1921, pp. 167-8, 3 figs.
40. THE STONE AGE IN MALTA: SPIRAL PATTERNS, by Isaac Bickerstaffe. In Field, 18 March 1922, p. 357.
41. THE TEMPLES OF THE LATER STONE AGE IN MALTA, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Discovery, Aug. 1922, pp. 202-6, 4 figs.
42. MALTA AND ITS FIVE MEGALITHIC TEMPLES, by George Fabri. In Crown Col., May 1949, pp. 282-3, il.


43. EGYPTIAN OBJECTS FOUND IN MALTA, by Margaret A. Murray. In Anc. Egypt, June 1928, pp. 43-31, il.


44. ROMAN MALTA, by Thomas Ashby. In J. Roman Stud.; 1915, pt. i, pp. 23-80, 34 figs., 3 plates.
45. EXCAVATIONS NEAR THE ROMAN VILLA MUSEUM, RABAT, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Antiq. J.; April 1922, pp. 131-4, 3 figs.


46. THE ARCHITECTURE OF VALLETTA, by G.T. Howling. In Archit. R., Sept. 1915, pp. 52-7, 15 figs.
47. MUSTA CHURCH OF MALTA, by G.T. Howling. In Archit. R., Jan. 1916, pp. 15-6, 3 figs.
48. ARCHITECTURAL WORK OF THE ORDER OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM IN MALTA, by A.J. Cooke. In Archit. Assn. J.; June-Sept. 1930. pp. 23-9, 58-68, 93-102, 127-38, il.
49. TWO HOUSES IN MALTA, by Henry Baerlein. In Country Life, 22 June, 1940, pp. 606-8, il.


50. VALLETTA, MALTA, by Jean Pratt. In Builder, 28 Feb. 1941, pp. 218; 7 March, p. 240, il.
51. MEDIEVAL AND EARLY RENAISSANCE ARCHITECTURE IN MALTA; by J.B. Ward-Perkins. In Antiq. J., July-Oct. 1942, pp. 167-75, il.
52. MALTESE ARCHITECTURE, by Patrick Abercrombie. In Builder, 6 Aug. 1943, pp. 107-8, il.
53. MALTESE BAROQUE, by Patrick Abercrombie. In Architect, 13 Aug. 1943, pp. 101-5, il.
54. KING GEORGE V SEAMEN’S MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, FLORIANA, by Adams, Holden & Pearson, archts. In Builder. 29 April 1949, pp. 517-20; Architects J., 3 March 1949, pp. 205-8, il.


55. LIBRARY OF THE KNIGHTS OF ST JOHN: ARCHIVES AT MALTA, by Averil Mackenzie-Grieve. In Country Life, 20 Feb. 1948, pp. 372-4, il.


57. THE FATHER OF THE MALTESE [SIR ALEXANDER JOHN BALL], by J.W. Damer Powell. In Blue Peter, March 1935, pp. 106-15, il.
58. OLIVER STARKEY, by John B. Wainewright. In Notes & Queries, 21 Jan. 1922, pp. 43-4.


MALTA AND MIGRATION, by J.D. Connolly. In Empire R., April 1931, pp. 366-70.


60. ANCIENT AND MODERN INHABITANTS OF MALTA, by L.H. Dudley Buxton. In Nature, 28 July, 1921, p. 699.
61. THE ETHNOLOGY OF MALTA AND GOZO, by L.H. Dudley Buxton. In J. Roy. Anthrop. Inst., July-Dec. 1922, pp. 164-211.


62. FOLKLORE RESEARCH IN MALTA, by J Cassar Pullicino. In Folk-Lore, Sept. 1947, pp. 328-34.


63. THE MODERN POTTERY INDUSTRY IN MALTA, by L.H. Dudley Buxton and A.V.D. Hort. In Man, Sept. 1921, pp. 130-1, 2 figs.
A description of the methods in use.
64. FISHING INDUSTRY OF MALTA, by George Fabri. In New Commonwealth, Jan, 1951, pp. 284-92, il.



65. JEWISH SLAVE COMMUNITY OF MALTA, by Cecil Roth. In Menorah J., Dec. 1929, pp. 219-33.


66. MODERN MALTESE LITERATURE, by C.L. Dessoulavy, In Bull. Schl. Orient. Stud., Vol. viii, pt. 4, 1935, pp. 791-8.
67. WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN ISLAND NAMES AND SURVIVAL OF ARABIC’S MOST DIVERGENT DIALECT, by John P. Harrington and George Barakat. In J. Wash. Acad. Sci., Feb. 1944, pp. 33-45


68. THE LAW OF MALTA AND THE ADMINISTRATION THEREOF. In Tablet, 25 Nov. 1933, pp. 687-9.
69. MALTESE LAW, by J.M. Ganado. In J. Comp. Legisl., 3rd Ser., Vol. 29, Pts. 3-4, 1947, pp. 32-9.
70. RECEIVER-GENERAL: DISTRICT COURTS: OPIUM, by Albert Gray. In R. of Legisl., 1913, pp. 144.


72. VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS IN AN ADULT CONTRACTED IN MALTA, by F.E. Lipscomb and M.O.J. Gibson. In B. M. J., 8 April 1944, pp. 492-3, bibl.
73. INFECTIVE HEPATITIS IN THE GARRISON OF MALTA, 1941-43, by K. Damodaran and S.J. Hartfall. In B. M. J.; 4 Nov. 1944, pp. 587-90.
74. THE POLIOMYELITIS EPIDEMIC IN MALTA, 1942-43. CLINICAL FEATURES, by T. Agius and others. In M. M. J., 2 June 1945, pp. 759-62.
75. ACUTE ANTERIOR. POLIOMYELITIS AMONG SERVICE PERSONNEL [IN MALTA], by H.G.G. Bernstein and others, In B. M. J.; 2 June 1945, pp. 763-7.
A leading article on this epidemic appeared in the same issue of B. M. J., pp. 773-4.

Medical School

76. MALTA UNIVERSITY: MEDICAL SCHOOL, by Sir Themistocles Zammit. In Proc. Roy. Soc. Med., Vol. 13, 1919-20, pp. 133-42.


77. THE ANCIENT COINAGE OF MALTA, by Charles Seltman. In Numis. Chron., 1946, Pts. 3-4, pp. 81-90, il.


78. MILITARY IDEALS OF THE PAST: THE ORDER OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM, by E.E. Minton. In Papers Manch. Lit. Club, 44, 1918, pp. 282-94.
79. THE KNIGHTS HOSPITALLERS AND THE CONQUEST OF RHODES, by John Edwards. In Proc. Philos. Soc., Glasgow, 1918-20, pp. 50-63, 1 fig., map.
80. UNIFORM IN THE NAVY OF THE ORDER OF ST. JOHN, by Herbert S. Vaughan. In Mariners Mirror, Oct. 1921, pp. 298-307, 2 figs., i plate.
81. RENT-ROLLS OF THE KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN OF JERUSALEM IN SCOTLAND, by John Edwards. In Scot. Hist. R., April 1922, pp. 202-4.
82. KNIGHTS OF MALTA, by A.S. Barnes. In Dublin R., Jan. 1926, pp. 108-16; Country Life, 13 March 1926, pp. 384-91, il.
83. HERALDIC STAINED GLASS OF THE KNIGHTS OF THE ORDER, by F.S. Eden. In Connoisseur, April 1926, pp. 225-7, il.
84. SIEGE OF MALTA [1565], by G.K.K. Davey. In J. Roy. Artill., Oct. 1936, pp. 402-9, map.
85. DECLINE OF AN ORDER: THE UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPT OF A KNIGHT OF ST. JOHN, by Averil Mackenzie-Grieve. In New English R., May 1948, pp. 48-15.
Description of the Island by Marchese Camillo Spreti in 1764.


86. THE BREEDING BIRDS OF MALTA, by Giuseppe Despott. In Zoologist, May 1916, pp. 161-8.
87. ORNITHOLOGICAL REPORT FOR THE MALTESE ISLANDS, JULY 1915-JUNE 1916, by Giuseppe Despott. In Zoologist, Oct. 1916, pp. 378-88; Dec. pp. 441-52.


88. RAT CONTROL IN A PLAGUE OUTBREAK IN MALTA, by S.A. Barnett. In J. Hygiene, March 1948, pp. 10-18, il., bibl.


Church and State

89. MALTESE CROSS. In Tablet, 31 Aug. 1929, pp. 261-3.
90. MALTA, In Tablet, 5 July 1930, pp. 5-7.
91. IS ROME ANTI-BRITISH? In R. Revs., Aug. 1930, pp. 644-7.
92. [STRICKLAND CONTROVERSY: CATHOLIC VIEWS]. In Tablet, 14, 28 June 1930, pp. 789-90, 857-8; 9, 23, 30 Aug., pp. 173-4, 240-1, 269-71.
93. [STRICKLAND CONTROVERSY] In Foreign Affairs (N.Y.), Oct. 1930, pp. 157-60.
94. SITUATION IN MALTA. In English R., Oct. 1930, pp. 475-83.
95. PRESENT POSITION, by Sir Augustus Bartolo. In J. Roy. Inst. Inter. Affairs, 1930, pp. 616-35.
96. MALTA: CIVIL WAR OR — ?, by B. Bland. In Saturday R., 30 Dec. 1933, pp. 690-1.
97. [STRICKLAND CONTROVERSY], by Edward William Polson Newman. In Empire R., Aug. 1930, pp. 108-15.
98. [RELIGION, ECONOMICS, POLITICS], by T.J. Pulverstaft. In Churchman, Oct. 1930, pp. 283-8.
99. LABELS: MALTA, by Evelyn Waugh. In Fortn. R., June 1930, pp. 797-810.

Malta and Empire

100. THE DEVELOPMENT OF MALTA AS A FIRST-CLASS NAVAL BASE SINCE ITS INCLUSION IN THE BRITISH EMPIRE, by George Alexander Ballard. In J. Roy. United Service Inst., Feb. 1920, pp. 127-40.
101. MALTA AND SEA POWER, by Augusto Bartolo. In United Empire, Nov. 1920, pp. 588-94, Dec., pp. 637-47.
102. MALTA’S PLACE IN THE POST-WAR EMPIRE, by Mabel Strickland. In Empire R., Sept. 1943, pp. 49-51.

Malta in International Politics

103. ITALY AND MALTA: MALTESE PROTEST, by W. Borg. In R. Revs., May 1930, pp. 393-6.
104. ITALIAN AIMS IN MALTA: THE LANGUAGE QUESTION, In Times, 22 Sept. 1933, p. 11.
105. LOYAL MALTA: THE WIND FROM ITALY. In Times, 30 March 1937, p. 9.
106. MALTA: A CRITICAL CENTRE, by Michael Langley. In Spectator, 10 Sept. 1937, pp. 411-2.
107. MALTA AS AN INTERNATIONAL BASE, by Michael Langley. In World R., Oct. 1937, pp. 26-8.
108. “NURSE MALTA,” by Michael Langley. In Fortn. R., Nov. 1937, pp. 534-40.
Its political and strategic importance.
109. MALTA, by Michael Langley. In Geogr. Mag., Dec. 1937, pp. 73-92, il.


110. THE MALTA CONSTITUTION. In J. Comp. Legisl., 3rd Ser., Pt. ii, 1920, pp. 336-7.
A note on the main outlines of the proposed scheme.
111. MALTA AND ITS PARTIES. In Times, 15 April 1931, pp. 15-6.
112. MALTA ON THE EVE OF SELF-GOVERNMENT, by George Fabri. In Contemp. R., Jan. 1948, pp. 16-20.
113. MALTA: A POLITICAL AND EONOMIC SURVEY, In World Today, Aug. 1949, pp. 338-46.
114. CAN SELF-GOVERNING MALTA SAVE HERSELF?, by W.E. Simnett. In Crown Col., Jan 1950, pp. 5-6.
115. MALTA’S DIFFICULTIES, by Marc T. Greener. In Fortn., April, 1951, pp. 219-224.


116. THE AMERICAN MISSION PRESS AT MALTA, by W.J. Burke. In Bull. N. Y. Public Library, July 1937, pp. 526-9.



117. [ACCOUNT OF THE MALTA RAILWAY]. In Railway Mag. Oct. 1929, pp. 255-9, il.


118. ANCIENT LAND MEASURES OF BRITAIN AND MALTA, by J.W.S. Sewell. In Roy. Eng. J., Sept. 1929, pp. 474-6.


119. [VALLETTA COMPETITION]. In Town Planning R., 11 Feb. 1926, pp. 279-84, il; Architect, 5 Feb. 1926, p. 117, il.
Newnes and Davis, architects.


See under MEDICINE: Medical School.


120. MALTA: FOCAL POINT OF MEDITERRANEAN CONTROL, by W.M. Gullett. In Proc. U. S. Naval Inst., Jan. 1941, pp. 15-20.
121. IN MALTA NOW, by Jean Pratt. In Country Life, 17 May 1941, pp. 438-9, il.
122. MALTA WON’T SINK, by John R. Newark. In Contemp. R., Sept. 1942, pp. 174-8.
123. MALTA AND THE WAR IN 1940-41, by Sir John Scobell. In United Empire, Sept.-Oct. 1942, pp. 133-6.
124. THE DEFENCE OF MALTA, by Sir William Dobbie. In J. Roy. United Service Inst., Nov. 1942, pp. 283-93.
125. MALTA AND THE MALTESE, by Sir William Dobbie. In United Empire, Nov.-Dec. 1942, pp. 165-8.
126. THE SIEGE OF MALTA, 1940-42, by Sir William Dobbie. In Roy. Engineers J., March 1943, pp. 1-8.
127. MALTA G.C. YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW, by Mabel Strickland. In J. Roy. Soc. Arts, 10 Dec. 1943, pp. 18-28, il.
128. MALTA: THE PART PLAYED BY THE INFANTRY, by K.P. Smith. In Army Q., Jan. 1944, pp. 246-53.


129. A NEW SOURCE OF WATER SUPPLY FOR MALTA, by F.A. Don. In Water and Water Eng., 1947, pp. 98-9, il.


130. REPTILES OF THE MALTESE ISLANDS, by Giuseppe Despott. In Zoologist, Sept. 1915, pp. 321-7, figs.
See also under ORNITHOLOGY.



131. MALTA, by Sir Harry Luke. In T.L.S., 23 Sept. 1949, p. 620.
132. THE GLORY THAT WAS MALTA. In Aeroplane, 15 July 1949, pp. 66-7.
Review of BRIEFED TO ATTACK, by Air Marshall Sir Hugh Lloyd.


(All references are to the numbered entries of the list)

Abercrombie, Patrick 52, 53
Adams, Holden & Pearsons 54
Agius, T. 74
Aris, Reinhold 7
Ashby, Thomas 26, 27, 28, 30, 44
Astley Dukinfield, H.J. 33, 34
Baerlein, Henry 6, 49
Ballard, Alexander 100
Barakat, George 67
Barnes, A.S. 82
Barnett, S.A. 88
Bartolo, Sir A. 95, 101
Bernstein, H.G.G. 75
Bickerstaffe, Isaac 40
Binnie, William B. 9
Best, A.C. 11
Bland, B. 96
Borg, W. 103
Burke, W.J. 116
Buxton, L.H. Dudley 60, 61, 63
Cassar Pullicino J. 62
Clinch, E.L. 11
Connolly, J.D. 59
Cooke, A.J. 48
Damer Powell, J.W. 57.
Damodaran, K. 73
Dawkins, W. Boyd 22
Davey, G.R.K. 84
Despott, G. 27, 28, 35, 86, 87, 130-
Dessoulavy, C.L. 66
Dobbie, Sir William, 124, 125, 126
Don, F.A. 129
Du Cane, Sir John 8
Dudley Buxton, L.H. 60, 61, 63
Dukinfield, H. J. Astley 33, 34
Eden, F.S. 83
Edwards, John 79, 81
Fabri, George 42, 64, 112
Fenton, E.G. 21
Galea, Jos. 56
Ganado, J.M. 69
Gibson, M.O.J. 72
Gray, Albert 70
Greene, Marc T. 115

Grieve, Averil Mackenzie 55, 85
Griffiths, William A. 13
Gullett, W.M. 120
Hardy, H.N.M. 23
Harrington, John P. 67
Hartfall, S.J. 73
Hort, A.V.D. 39
Howling, G.T. 46, 47
Hughes, Edith 16
Keith, Arthur 36
Langley, Michael 106, 107, 108, 109
Lipscomb, F.E. 72
Lloyd, Sir Hugh 132
Luke, Sir Harry 2, 131
MacIver, David Randall 19
Mackenzie-Grieve, Averil 55, 85
Marett, R.R. 14
Minton, E.E. 78
Murray, Margaret A. 24, 43
Newark, John R. 122
Newman, E.W. Polson 97
Powell, J W. Damer 57
Power, Barbara 4
Pratt, Jean 50, 121
Pullicino, J. Cassar 62
Pulverstaft, T.J. 98
Robinson, G.W.S. 12
Roth, Cecil 65
Scobell, Sir John 123
Seltman, Charles 77
Sewell, J.W.S. 118
Simnett, W.E. 114
Smith, K.P. 128
Strickland, Mabel E. 1, 102, 127
Vaughan, Herbert S. 80
Vincent, H. 71
Wainewright, John B. 58
Walter, Richard 3
Ward-Perkins, J.B. 20, 51
Waugh, Evelyn 99
Wicker, E.A. 17
Woolf, Bella Sidney 5
Zammit. Sir Themistocles 15, 18, 25, 28, 37, 38,
1, 45, 76

[1] P.M. de PARIS, The Subject Index to Periodicals, in “The Library Association Record,” Vol. 54, No. 8 (August, 1952), p. 267.

[2] I am indebted to Miss J. Binder, A.L.A., of St. Alban’s Public Libraries, for her help in checking various sources which are not available in local libraries to trace the years of publication given in the list of periodicals.