WE are signalising the start of our eighth volume by moving to new and better offices in a more accessible part of London. We hope our readers will forgive the domesticity of this statement in the usually strictly impersonal leading article, but we feel it desirable to call attention to the announcement of the new address which will be found in two places on this page and in several other places in this issue, as well as on a loosely‐inserted leaflet. Bitter experience has taught us that notice of a change of address cannot too often be given. When we mention the fact that we still find something approaching fifty per cent of our correspondence addressed to premises we left over two years ago, we feel that we shall be forgiven for this insistence on our present move. We, therefore, beg all intending correspondents to make note of the fact and to remember that if they forget the address they can find it at the top of this first editorial page in the present and future issues.
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