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1907 — 1928
Volume 12, Number 2

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1912-11-14
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Contents Notes of the Week: 25-28
Current Cant: 28-28
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 28-29
Guild Socialism: 29-31
The Black Crusade (Pickthall, Marmaduke): 31-32
The Latest Form of Poisonous Hate (Ludovici, A.M.): 32-33
Patria Mia (Pound, Ezra): 33-34
Italian Patriotism and a Festa (Vane, Francis): 34-35
Freethinking (Oxon, M. B.): 35-36
Present-Day Criticism: 36-37
A Sixth Tale for Men Only (Congreve, R. H.): 37-39
Views and Reviews (Randall, Alfred E.): 39-40
The Psychical Treatment of Insanity (Randall, Alfred E.): 40-41
Reviews: 41-43
Music and Musicians (Playford, John.): 43-43
The Eyes of the Poor (Baudelaire, Charles.): 44-44
The Pawns (Betts, Frank): 44-44
The Eyes of the Poor (Brayne, Hester): 44-44
The Futurist Paper-Man (Thorn, Arthur F.): 44-44
Pastiche: 44-44
The White Slave Bill (Brahms, Marie): 45-45
The White Slave Bill (Ed. N. A.): 45-45
The White Slave Bill (Hastings, Beatrice): 45-45
The White Slave Bill (Hobson, Margaret Bertram): 45-45
Mr. F.E. Smith, Mr Harold Smith and "The New Age" (Lewis & Lewis): 45-45
The White Slave Bill (Timewell, James): 45-45
Mr. F.E. Smith, Mr Harold Smith and "The New Age": 45-45
The New Criminal Law Amendment Bill (Gibbs, Arch.): 45-46
Letters to the Editor: 45-47
"The New Age" at Haileybury (Denniston, James G.): 46-46
The Calling of the Rooks (Pitt, Douglas Fox): 46-46
Meredith and Women (Spencer, F.D.): 46-46
The New Jeffreys (Turner, Perceval): 46-46
"Ez Fur Away As Egypt Iz": 46-46
"The New Age" and the Press (Press-Cutter): 46-47
Views and Reviews (A.E.R.): 47-47
Socialism and Motive (Hiller, H. Croft): 47-47
A Misplaced Epigram (Pryde, H.H.): 47-47
The Limerick as a Verse-Form (Selver, P.): 47-47
Simplified Spelling (Tud, Morgan): 47-47
advertisements: 47-47
Modern John Bulls--J. B. Joel (Titt, Tom): 48-48
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