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1907 — 1928
Volume 13, Number 21

London: The New Age Press, Ltd., 1913-09-18
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Contents Notes of the Week: 585-588
Current Cant: 589-589
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 589-590
Military Notes (Romney): 590-591
Belles Lettres (Minden, Leo): 591-591
Towards A Nationl Railway Guild-IX (Lascelles, Henry): 591-592
Towards a Voluntary Act (Douglas, Margaret): 592-593
A Pilgrimage to Turkey During War Time (Pickthall, Marmaduke): 594-595
The Irish in England (Fanning, Peter): 595-596
Newspaper Snobbery (Fletcher, A. E.): 597-597
The King, God Save Him-From His Friends: 597-598
From Telail to the Sindh (Bechhofer, C. E.): 598-600
Conciliation (Hastings, Beatrice): 600-600
Readers and Writers (R. H. C.): 601-602
Children for Men (Duxmia): 602-604
The Way Back to America (T. K. L.): 604-605
Views and Reviews (A. E. R.): 605-606
The Approach to Paris (Pound, Ezra): 607-609
Drama (Hope, John Francis): 609-610
Pastiche: 610-611
En Voyage: Barques "Re-Birth": 610-611
The Everlasting Fourpence (Repton, William): 611-611
The Past Life (Selver, P.): 611-611
Revenge (Selver, P.): 611-611
In Paradise (Selver, P.): 611-611
Before the First Number of a New Volume (Selver, P.): 611-611
A Question (Selver, P.): 611-611
Poets and Wedlock (Selver, P.): 611-611
Sabotage (Syndicus): 611-612
Letters to the Editor: 611-615
Labour Tactics (Salmon, T. M.): 612-613
Labour Tactics (Douglas, Margaret): 613-613
The "New Age" and the Press (Hare, William L.): 613-613
The "New Age" and the Press (Press-Cutter): 613-613
Foreign Affairs (Verdad, S.): 613-614
"The New Age" (Fisher, Harold): 614-614
"The New Age" (Lister, Harold): 614-614
Bury's "History of the Freedom of Though" (Belloc, H.): 614-615
advertisements: 615-615
St. Colum (Fanning, Peter): 615-615
The Wilson Administration (Lamb, David): 615-615
The "New Witness" (P. C.): 615-615
"The Approach to Paris" (Pound, Ezra): 615-615
"By the Open Sea" (R. H. C.): 615-615
Mr. Hall Caine (Titt, Tom): 616-616
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