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1907 — 1928
Volume 5, Number 21

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1909-09-16
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Contents Notes of the Week: 373-374
The Political Situation: 374-375
Rosebery Rantings: 375-376
A Sunset (Visiak, E. H.): 376-376
Social Democracy and Foreign Policy (Norman, C. H.): 376-377
Egypt and the Egyptians (Shuttleworth, L. H. C.): 376-377
A Lost Art (Poel, William): 378-379
advertisements: 379-379
Samuel Johnson and other Redivivus (Grierson, Francis): 380-381
Books and Persons (Tonson, Jacob): 381-381
advertisements: 381-381
Books of the Week (Rylett, Harold): 382-382
Books of the Week (Randall, Alfred E.): 382-383
advertisements: 383-384
Reviews: 383-384
Drama: 384-385
Socialism and Vivisection (Kidd, Beatrice E.): 385-385
A Play Without a Stage (Morgan, Brette): 385-385
"The Art of Health" (Williams, Michael): 385-386
Correspondence (Thornton, J. H.): 385-387
The Secularist Movement (Burton, Jno. F.): 386-386
To the Editor of "The New Age" (Farmer, H. George): 386-386
Woman Suffrage--A Lost Cause? (Rubinstein, H. F.): 386-386
advertisements: 386-388
The North Pole (Bosman, L. A.): 387-387
An Affair at Boulter's Court (Pierce, Bambrose): 387-387
Eugenics and Human Sacrifice (Scott, Herbert): 387-387
To the Editor of "The New Age" (Rogers, Louise): 387-398
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