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A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, Theology, and Art.

Established 1828.

Every Saturday, price 6d.; by Post, 64d.

As the Spectator is edited by its Proprietor, the paper is exempted from many influences which press severely on the independence of journalism. Its conductors make it their chief object to say out what they believe to be truth in theology, politics, and social questions, irrespective not only of opposition from without, but of the opinion of their own supporters.

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France, Germany, India, China, Japan, &c.

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A Weekly Review of Politics, Literature, Theology, and Art.

Established 1828.

Every Saturday, price 6d.; by Post, 6d.

As the Spectator is edited by its Proprietor, the paper is exempted from many influences which press severely on the independence of journalism. Its conductors make it their chief object to say out what they believe to be truth in theology, politics, and social questions, irrespective not only of opposition from without, but of the opinion of their own supporters.

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.

Payable in Advance.

Including postage to any part of the United Kingdom
Including postage to any of the English Colonies, America,
France, Germany, India, China, Japan, &c.

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Yearly. Half-yearly. Quarterly. £1 8 6... £0 14 3 £0 7 2 1 12 6... 0 16 3 ... 082

On sale at all Booksellers, Newsvendors, and Bookstalls.
'SPECTATOR,' Ltd., 1 Wellington Street, Strand, London, W.C.

THE SATURDAY REVIEW

Is the leading intellectual Weekly.

Its Art Critic is Mr. D. S. MacColl.

Its Dramatic Critic is Mr. Max Beerbohm.

Its Musical Critic is Mr. J. F. Runciman.

The Saturday supports Preferential Tariffs, which it has advocated for years.

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