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1907 — 1928
Volume 9, Number 26

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1911-10-26
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Contents Notes of the Week: 601-605
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 605-605
Some Causes of Unrest (Norman, C. H.): 606-608
The Dangers of Benevolent Bureaucracy (Ex-Fabian, An): 608-609
Present-Day Theatrical Conditions and Their Victims (Quincey, F. H. de.): 609-610
Notes on Bergson (Hulme, T. E.): 610-611
Thoughs Without Words (McNulty, Edward.): 612-612
Present-Day Criticism: 613-613
Reviews: 613-615
Recent Verse (Squire, Jack Collings): 616-617
Letters From Abroad: The Post-Expressionists (Carter, Huntly): 617-618
Railway Nationalisation (Caldicott, O. Holt): 618-618
The Birth Rate Decline (Annâin, Sidheog Ní): 618-619
Letters to the Editor: 618-623
Welsh Disestablishment (Davies, Eric T.): 619-619
M. Sorel and Syndicalism (Montgomery, Alberta V.): 619-619
The Revolt and the Remedy (Wilson, W. G.): 619-619
S. Verdad and Foreign Politics (Verdad, S.): 619-620
Catholics and Freemasons (Remeuillac, Henry de): 620-621
Corporal Punishment (Collett, Clarence H.): 621-621
Mixing the Ingredients (Kennedy, J. M.): 621-621
Corporal Punishment (T. S.): 621-621
The "Daily Herald" (Seed, William H.): 621-622
The Two Proposed Labour Dailies (Squire, Jack C.): 622-623
The Inferior Religion (Inkster, Leonard): 623-623
Goethe and Dr. Oscar Levy (Quiddam): 623-623
The Death of Materialism (Thorn, Arthur F.): 623-623
advertisements: 623-623
Signor Leoncavallo (Titt, Tom): 624-624
advertisements: 624-624
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