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1907 — 1928
Volume 11, Number 9

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1912-06-27
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Contents Notes of the Week: 193-196
Sagas of Our Times (Manson, Chas.): 196-196
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 197-197
Politics and the Wage System: 198-199
The Traitor (Fanning, Peter): 199-200
Hygienic Jinks (Brookfarmer, Charles): 200-201
The Question of Peace in Europe (Hervey, Grant): 202-203
The New Collaborators (Muir, Ward): 203-204
Present-Day Criticism: 204-205
Pages from an Unpublished Novel (Hastings, Beatrice): 205-207
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 207-208
Reviews: 208-209
Sapphic Ode (Borley, G. C. H.): 210-210
Our Contemporaries (Bechhöfer, C. E.): 210-210
Pastiche: 210-210
A Slice of Life (Webb, Norman Fitzroy): 211-211
Art and Drama (Carter, Hunter): 211-211
Letters to the Editor: 211-215
"The New Age" and the "Outlook" (Cole, A. F.): 212-212
The King's Visit (Cooper, G. Stanley.): 212-212
"The New Age" and the Press (Press-cutter.): 212-212
Mr. Fels and the Single Tax (Field, Nelson.): 213-213
The Decline in the French Birth Rate (G. W. S.): 213-213
"The New Age" and the Bishop (Leach, Edward.): 213-213
Sir Walter Runciman Speaks Out (Threlfall, S. M.): 213-213
Insurance at Work (One Who Knows.): 213-214
Foreign Affairs (Derry, Beatrice Hamilton.): 214-214
The "Saturday Review's" Honour (G. R. L.): 214-214
Jews and the Army (Romney): 214-214
The Servant's Tax (Douglas, Margaret.): 214-215
(Brookes, Samuel.):
The J. E. Taylor Art Collection (Brooks, Sam): 215-215
"For Civic Valour" (Dix, T. H.): 215-215
Branston Heath (Enock, C. Reginald.): 215-215
"I Come to Bury Sickert" (Hight, Arthur.): 215-215
Mrs. Humphry Ward: Freewoman (Warde, H. A.): 215-215
Branston Heath: 215-215
advertisements: 216-216
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