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By A. FENNER BROCKWAY.

By A. FENNER BROCKWAY.

the two nations. The principal clauses of this treaty concerned Egypt and Morocco. France recognising Britain's position in Egypt and Britain recognising France's particular in. terests in France. But the Declaration, ea published, did not violate the independence and integrity
10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
EVERY FRIDAY.

EVERY FRIDAY.

In case of difficulty write the Publisher, 21, TUDOR STREET. LONDON, E.G.
10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
IN PRAISE 0' MOTORING.

IN PRAISE 0' MOTORING.

Mr. "C I w.. Norwich on Sunday, November . but bad unfortunately contrected • severe engagement at Bhvningham on Saturday. November 21. So 1 wrote 1811 limonihaw. You eon always get more out of a busy man ur woman than you can from an idler. I know. The reason I know es because
10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
RESOLUTIONS.

RESOLUTIONS.

Th. North F•ditiburgh I.L.P. unanimously supports Mr. G. B. Shaw's general attitiole to war. and also supports the " " cam paign of The Dotty The Milburn. Port I.LP. expresees it. deep regret at the attitude of rise Doll t4.wards Mr. Bernard Shaw's stat,tacet the war, and also d
10 December 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
LOYALTY AND SEDITION.

LOYALTY AND SEDITION.

By HERBERT MORRISON. ?or a century past the agitation of the Irish people for the right of self government has proceeded. With increasing force, the successive elections in the Sister Isle have shown that the overwhelming majority of the Irish electorate desire the establishment
26 March 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
%nen 26, 1914.

%nen 26, 1914.

26 March 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
Obtainable Only at Co-operative Stores.

Obtainable Only at Co-operative Stores.

THE LABOUR LEADER. NEW FABIAN TRACT No. 174, just published.
26 March 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
The Glasgow Meeting.

The Glasgow Meeting.

Ou last week the Scottish meeting in favour of Socialist unity was held in Glasgow. On the Saturday evening a reception was held in the "Old Oak " Tea-rooms, where the leaders of the 1.L.P., 8.5. P., Fabian Society, Women's labour League, Clarion Scouts, and University Socialist
26 March 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
Chairman Cigarettes 10 for 3d.

Chairman Cigarettes 10 for 3d.

everywhere. IL J. lAD. MAN-NESTE& TIIVESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914. [Old Long-Beard is telling the story of early t 0 his grandsons, Deer-Runner, Yellow- H ea d, and .4fraid-o'-ile-Dark. He tells how ten Meat-Eaters defeated sixty Fishrater", herause the latter fought one by one in
19 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England
 
BERNARD SHAW ON THE WAR.

BERNARD SHAW ON THE WAR.

As might be expected, Mr. Bernard Shaw oonununicated to the world the one refreshingly frank statement on the war from the ranks of Britain's literary men. We may also expect a wider and a more eager perusal of the document in America and the neutral c ountries than in Britain,
19 November 1914 - Labour Leader - London, London, England