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1907 — 1928
Volume 4, Number 11

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1909-01-07
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Contents Notes of the Week: 213-215
Pension Day: 215-215
The Maelstrom (Shaw, Charles N. L.): 216-216
Indian Notes (Das, B. K.): 216-217
The Fact, Man (Jepson, Edgar): 217-218
Why Churchmen Become Socialists (Noel, Conrad (Rev.)): 218-218
Unedited Opinions. I.--The Socialist Representation Committee (Orage, A. R.): 219-220
Much Ado About Nothing (Reed, Edward C.): 220-221
From the Land of Shadows ('Stanhope of Chester'): 221-222
Violettes (Flint, F. S.): 222-222
Chesterton Facing-Both-Ways (Shaw, G. Bernard): 222-222
Boles (Gorki, Maxime): 223-224
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 224-225
Book of the Week. Review of'The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb' ed. by Thomas Hutchinson (Kennedy, J. M.): 225-227
Reviews. Review of 'The Taxation of the Liquor Trade' by Joseph Rowntree and Arthur Sherwell: 227-228
Reviews. Review of 'Constance Both-at-Once' by Alex McDougall: 228-228
Reviews. Review of 'XHealth, Strength, and Happiness by C. W. Saleeby: 228-228
Reviews. Review of 'Edwin Trafford, Altruist' by William K. Hill: 228-228
Drama. 'Pinkie and the Fairies' (G. B.): 228-229
Correspondence. Semi-Curves with a Bulge (Ervine, St. John G.): 229-230
Correspondence. Oxford and the W. E. A. (Mactavish, J. M.): 230-230
Correspondence. The 'Drink' Supply (Macpherson, A. D.): 230-231
Correspondence. School Dinners (Lewis, Arthur D.): 231-231
Correspondence. The Old and the New (Richardson, Lewis): 231-231
Correspondence. The Old and the New (Baker, A. G.): 231-231
Correspondence. 'New Truths for Old' (Lawson, Robb): 231-231
Correspondence. Ian? (Saunders, Charlotte K.): 231-231
Correspondence. To Your Tents, Tenants (One Who Has Done It): 231-231
advertisements: 224-232
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