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1907 — 1928
Volume 13, Number 3

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1913-05-15
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Contents Notes of the Week: 49-51
Current Cant: 52-52
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 52-53
The Germanization of Switzerland ("Senex"): 53-55
International Peace--The Straight Way. (Meulen. Henry): 55-56
Benefits for Bureacrats (Douglas, Margaret): 56-57
America: Chances and Remedies (Pound, Ezra): 57-58
Letters from Italy. (Aldington, Richard): 58-59
Poems by Strindberg (Selver, P.): 59-59
Present-Day Criticism: 60-61
Readers and Writers: 61-62
In Kashmir. The Beginning of Spring. (Bechhofer, C. E.): 62-63
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 63-64
Reviews: 64-65
A Prayer. (P. F.): 66-66
Making the Best of Things (Morning, Alice): 66-66
Rural Reform (T. K. L.): 66-66
Pastiche: 66-67
"To A Bank." (I. N. W.): 67-67
A Ragtime Party. (Thorn, Arthur F.): 67-67
Gold, Prices and Wages. (Kitson, Arthur): 67-68
Letters to the Editor: 67-71
Trade in the North (F. M.): 68-68
Balkan Atrocities (Pickthall, Marmaduke): 68-69
Feminism in "The New Age" (A. E. R.): 69-69
America and Japan (Member of Greater Britain, A.): 69-69
Feminism in "The New Age" (Kennedy, J. M.): 69-70
The Microzymas (Leverson, H. Med. Dr. "en retraite."): 70-71
advertisements: 71-71
The Royal Academy (Blaker, Hugh): 71-71
A Correction (Writer of "Present-Day Criticism.", The): 71-71
Mr. Walter Sickert (Titt, Tom): 72-72
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