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1907 — 1928
Volume 13, Number 7

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1913-06-12
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Contents Notes of the Week: 161-163
Current Cant: 164-164
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 164-165
Miscellaneous Notes on Guild Socialism: 165-166
The Guild System in West Africa (Dennett, R. E.): 166-168
Sir Max Waechter's Federation of Europe (Finn, Joseph): 169-171
Hygienic Jinks (Brookfarmer, Charles): 171-172
In South Africa (Serota): 173-173
The Irish in England (Fanning, Peter): 174-175
The Conservative Van (Thorn, Arthur F.): 175-175
Letters from Italy. (Aldington, Richard): 176-176
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 177-178
Dead Makers. An Address to the Aspirant (J. A. M. A.): 178-178
An Acquaintance of Hers (Tchekov, Anton): 179-180
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 180-181
Notes on the Classics (H. J. G.): 181-182
Reviews: 182-184
Srinagar (Bechhofer, C. E.): 185-185
A Common Story. Being Fragments from a Middle Class Life (Selver, P.): 186-186
Modern Poetry. Hints for Those Who Would Write It: 186-186
Nemesis (R. C. D.): 186-187
Pastiche: 186-187
The Retailer's Servitude (Robinson, W. Spencer): 187-187
The Unknown X (White, G. F.): 187-187
Back to India! (Jehan, Ikbal Shah): 187-187
"International Peace" (Meulen, Henry): 187-188
Letters to the Editor: 187-191
Trade and Wages (C. E. V.): 188-188
Insurance Tax Resisters' Defencec Association (Douglas, Margaret): 188-188
Deputies of Protestant Dissenters (Shepheard, Alfred J.): 188-188
Pacifism (Hare, William L.): 188-189
Feminism (Kennedy, J. M.): 189-189
A Suggestion (Reed, Edward): 189-189
"A Women's Council" (Forster, Dora): 189-190
Feminism (Beanland, J.): 190-190
Queens and Woman Suffrage (Gibbs): 190-190
A Sense of Proportion (O'Neill, Terrence): 190-191
advertisements: 191-191
The Manchester Repertory Theatre (Cosway, Oliver): 191-191
"Lichtenberg's Reflections" (Danielson, H.): 191-191
"Letters from Italy" (Fell, I. P.): 191-191
Meredith's Women (McCrossan, Mary): 191-191
Contemporary Criticism (Oyston, H. Gifford): 191-191
A Correction (Selver, P.): 191-191
Lord Robert Cecil (Titt, Tom): 192-192
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