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THE CHRISTIAN PEACE CRUSADE. We need hundreds of correspondents, and I believe that brave, energetic young girls would find a

THE CHRISTIAN PEACE CRUSADE. We need hundreds of correspondents, and I believe that brave, energetic young girls would find a

great scope for their Peace energies in this work. Just now women have a special opportunity. LIST OF CORRESPONDENTS. ABERGAVEN NY : Miss D. Jackson, Cobden House, Albert Road, Abergavenny. BIRMINGHAM : Mrs. Fletcher, 52, Anderton Park Road, Moseley, Birmingham. GLOUCESTER : Mrs
September 21, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
WHAT'S THE GOOD ?

WHAT'S THE GOOD ?

Well, I've done my bit o' scrappin', And I've done it quite a lot; Nicked 'em neatly wiv my bayonet, So I needn't waste a shot. 'Twas my duty, and I done it, But I 'opes the doctor's quick, For I wish I 'adn't done it; Gawd ! it turned me shamed and sick There's a young 'un like
March 22, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

" The New Crusader."—Yearly 6s. 6d., quarterly subscription Is. Bd., single copies 11d., 12 is., 24 Is. 9d., 100 7s. Confession of Faith Leaflets. Free. Peace Hymn Sheet.-16 hymns, per 100 2s. 3d. Collecting Books for Signatures to the Witness and Donations. Free. • Forms of Ser
March 22, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEXT SIX WEEKS. FRIENDS, It is under a very solemn sense of responsibility that I ber a personal word

THE NEXT SIX WEEKS. FRIENDS, It is under a very solemn sense of responsibility that I ber a personal word

to readers of THE NEW CRUSADER on the asion of the twelfth issue for which I am responsible. their would indeed thank most sincerely all those who have by elacouracrement, Briticism, contributions, and hard, fagging °r k lightened the burden of so difficult a venture. that am su
July 13, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
was ctione Lg the distheir :t had sordid essioo I girls brand The Le. to are tot be B. I

was ctione Lg the distheir :t had sordid essioo I girls brand The Le. to are tot be B. I

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July 13, 1917 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
ARTICLE IV

ARTICLE IV

" SOME OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE COMMISSION." The Majority Report was signed by eight, the Minority Report by four members of the Commission. Both Reports agree as to the appalling character of the present housing conditions, but the Majority Report is the bolder, more drast
August 16, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE PROCLAMATION. ot I3th Sheet. " NOW WE BELIEVE . . . . FOR WE HAVE HEARD FOR OURSELVES." 26. SAYING GOODBYE.

THE PROCLAMATION. ot I3th Sheet. " NOW WE BELIEVE . . . . FOR WE HAVE HEARD FOR OURSELVES." 26. SAYING GOODBYE.

THE PROCLAMATION. I3th Sheet. NOW WE BELIEVE FOR WE HAVE HEARD FOR OURSELVES." 26. SAYING GOODBYE. As he was making ready to start for Jerusalem, some little children were brought to say Goodbye, but the disciples interfered. When Jesus saw this, he was indignant, and said, " Don
April 5, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
NOTES AND QUESTIONS.

NOTES AND QUESTIONS.

94. " - Why is a small h' used when referring to Jesus?'' This is not irreverent, for the Bible does so too. We are utterly convinced that Jesus was divine. But we want others to roach this conviction themselves, rather than that it should be thrown at them. And we believe that
April 5, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
THE NEW CRUSADER.

THE NEW CRUSADER.

April 6, 1918. ENOUGH. It is enough; the fields are strewn with dead; Tears come to widows' eyes, love's joy is fled. Beneath the waters men in death lie cold ; Cain's curse is rife and men with awe behold The halt, the blind, in never-ceasing throng Pass by and chant a slow-tun
April 5, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England
 
Heal; At t] On A lid The Over And The

Heal; At t] On A lid The Over And The

December 27, 1918 - New Crusader - London, London, England