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[WORKING MEN'S COLLEGE].
THE VAGRANT - Verite Sans Peur. Be as just as possible and fear very little.

Volume 1, number 1 only, of 4 [ALL PUBLISHED], July 1901 [ to January 1902]. TOGETHER WITH : THE CONSTABLE - A High-Class Magazine devoted to Literature, Politics, Philosophy and other things. No.1 [ALL PUBLISHED], February 1902.

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Quarto format, double column, The Vagrant no.1 comprises pp.6, the issue of The Constable has pp.8, together with a copy of a typescript sheet giving a history of the production [by C. H. PERRY], names of contributors hitherto hidden under pseudonyms and brief biographies. The Constable issue with some foxing, both with small edge tears and beginning to split at the centre folds, otherwise good copies.

*COPAC records the British Library copies only. The very scarce copies of the in-house journals of the Working Men's College, London; they are not recorded in the centenary History of the College, by J. F. C. HARRISON. The College was first established in 1854 by the founders of Christian Socialism, Frederick Denison Maurice, Charles Kingsley, Thomas Hughes and R. B. Litchfield [who married Henrietta Darwin, Charles Darwin's daughter].

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