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1907 — 1928
Volume 10, Number 15

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1912-02-08
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Contents Notes of the Week: 337-340
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 341-341
Unmerciful Judge Ridley (Hastings, Beatrice): 342-342
Expropriation and Taxation (Manson, Charles.): 342-342
I Gather the Limbs of Osiris: X. On Music (Pound, Ezra): 343-344
France and the French--Only (Exile, An): 345-346
Unedited Opinions: 347-348
Art and Drama (Carter, Huntly): 348-348
Present-Day Criticism: 349-350
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 350-350
A Third Tale for Men Only (Congreve, R. H.): 351-352
Reviews: 352-354
The Practical Journalist (Bechhöfer, C. E.): 354-354
Meditations (Begg, Alfred P.): 355-355
Mr. Justice Dedley (C. E. B.): 355-355
A Revised Stanza (C. W.): 355-355
More Diplomacy (Thorn, Arthur F.): 355-355
We Come Down to a Halfpenny (Thorn, Arthur F.): 355-355
A Fable: 355-355
Pastiche: 355-355
Proportional Representation (Melville, T.): 356-356
The Insurance Bill (Trade Unionist, A): 356-356
The Tale of a Turncoat (Fanning, Peter): 356-357
Letters to the Editor: 356-359
"Women's Suffrage" (Kerr, R. B.): 357-357
Modern European History in Asia (Raja, Sundara): 357-357
Credit (Donisthorpe, Wordsworth): 357-358
The Tao-Teh and "Seems So" (Harrison, Harold B.): 358-358
Goethe and Christiane Vulpus (Quiddam): 358-359
Letters of Junius (Fry, Henry Walter): 359-359
Notes on Bergson (Hulme, T. E.): 359-359
Picarterbin (Oxon, M. B.): 359-359
Sir Edward Carson (Titt, Tom): 360-360
advertisements: 360-360
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