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1907 — 1928
Volume 13, Number 4

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1913-05-22
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Contents Notes of the Week: 73-76
Current Cant: 77-77
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 77-78
Military Notes (Romney): 78-79
The New Age' and Labour Party: 79-80
Insane Portugal (Cunha, V. de Braganca): 80-81
" 'England's' Day of Reckoning." (Crafter, A. G.): 81-82
America: Chances and Remedies (Pound, Ezra): 83-83
Marriage Reform (Duxmia): 83-85
In Kashmir (Bechhofer, C. E.): 86-87
Letters from Italy. (Aldington, Richard): 87-87
Thou Shalt Not Kill (Hastings, Beatrice): 88-89
Present-Day Criticism: 88-89
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 89-91
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 91-92
Ethics (Marwick, William): 92-93
Reviews: 93-94
Art (Ludovici, Anthony M.): 95-96
Drama (Hope, John Francis): 96-97
Music and Musicians (Playford, John): 97-97
To the Cuckoo (White, Charles): 98-98
Pastiche: 98-99
The Secretary, Sex, and a Dog (Withers, Minna): 98-99
Comprehension (Foster-Toogood, H. E.): 99-99
Prolapsus Calami (I. A. R.): 99-99
Further Elegiac Musings of a Whilom Pedagogue (Selver, P.): 99-99
Dope! (Mark, T.): 99-99
"The Felon's Track" (Fanning, Peter): 100-100
Omnipotent Proletariat (Finn, Joseph): 100-100
The Railway Clerks' Association (Guild Socialism): 100-100
The Black Crusade (R. H. C.): 100-100
Mr. Garvin's Discovery (Simcoe, Augustus): 100-100
Letters to the Editor: 100-103
The Recent Vivisection Case (Leverson, M. R.): 101-101
"The New Age" and the Press (Press-Cutter): 101-101
Feminism (F. M.): 101-102
Feminism in "The New Age" (West, Sydney Robert): 102-103
advertisements: 103-103
"Everyman's" Accuracy (Ruff, John B.): 103-103
Mr. Hilaire Belloc (Titt, Tom): 104-104
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