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THE JOURNAL OF THE
International Arbitration and Peace Association.
OFFICES : 40 & 41, OUTER TEMPLE, STRAND, LONDON, W.C.
"A vast International Association ought to be formed having for its sole object to make the system of
International Arbitration to prevail,”-LAVELEYE.
INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION AND
PEACE ASSOCIATION, PEL SEM PREKY 40 & 41, Outer Temple, London, W.COR. LENOX AND
THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
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Vice-Presidents: THE MARQUIS OF BRISTOL.
THE BISHOP OF DURHAM. THE MARQUIS OF RIPON.
LORD HOBHOUSE. THE EARL OF DERBY.
SIR JOHN LUBBOCK, M.P.
THE HON. PHILIP STANHOPE.
AMONG THE OBJECTS OF THIS ASSOCIATION ARE THE FOLLOWING:
1.-To create, educate, and organise public opinion throughout Europe in favour of the substitution of ARBITRATION FOR WAR.
2.-To promote a better understanding and more friendly feeling between the citizens of different nations.
3.—To correct erroneous statements in the public press or in Parliaments on International questions.
Subscriptions may be sent to J. FREDERICK GREEN, Secretary.
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Awarded First Prize Medals Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition, 1887, and Sydney Centenary Exhibition, 1888.
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