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Report of the Committee of the U.S. Senate, on the Petition Against the Transportation of Sunday Mails. [Caption title]. Broadside on silk, 19-1/2" x 15-1/2". Text printed in two columns. Eagle printed at top with typographical border. Minor staining. Covered with plastic on cardboard.
1829
 

ANON. The Old Brewery, and the New Mission at the Five Points.
1854
 

BROWNSON, ORESTES A. Social Reform. An Address Before the Society of the Mystical Seven in the Wesleyan University...
1844
 

BURRITT, ELIHU. Elihu Burritt's Miscellaneous Writings. Second Edition.
1850
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Self-Culture. An Address Introductory to the Franklin Lectures. Delivered at Boston, United States, September, 1838.
1839
 

CHANNING, WILLIAM E. Self-Culture. An Address Introductory to the Franklin Lectures. Delivered at Boston, United States, September, 1838.
1839
 

CHAPMAN, JOHN JAY. The Collected Works...27 works in 12 volumes. 1892-1933. Introductions by Melvin H. Bernstein. Memoir by Chanler Chapman. Bibliography by David M. Stocking, augmented by the Publisher. ISBN 087730-003-8.
1970
 

CHAPMAN, WILLIAM. A Few International Historical Sketches of Internal Administration.
1895
 

COOK, LADY nee Tenne Essays on Social Topics.
1895
 

FERGUSON, RICHARD? Abaddon's Steam Engine, Calumny, Delineated: Being an Attempt to Stop Its Deleterious Results on Society, the Church, and State...to which is subjoined, the Infernal Triumvirate: Oppression, Depression, and Extortion. By a Lover of Mercy Rejoicing Over Judgment.
1817
 

FOULKE, WILLIAM PARK Remarks on Cellular Separation.
1861
 

GEORGE, HENRY. Read and Think! Henry George to Workingmen. The Protective System--What It Means to American Labor. A Scheme of Bare-faced Plunder, of Recent Invention by the Lords of Monopoly to Make Millionaires and Tramps. Monopoly--Labor's Great Enemy; Freedom is Death to Monopoly. (From Bedford's Magazine for June 1888.) [Caption title].
1888
 

HAZARD, THOMAS R. Facts for the Laboring Man: By a Laboring Man. [# 1-12 (all)].
1840
 

HEYWOOD, E. H. Yours or Mine. An Essay To Show the True Basis of Property and the Causes of Its Inequitable Distrubution. Fortieth Thousand.
1870
 

HEYWOOD, EZRA. Address of the Delegates of the Boston Section No. 1 (French) of the Working People's International Association, Made to the New England Labor Reform League, in Its Convention Held in Boston, Mass. Feb. 23rd, 1873: to which is added a Reply to the League, and the Publishers' Notice of the History of the International...
1873
 

HEYWOOD, EZRA. The Collected Works. 12 works. 1868-1889. Introductions by Martin Blatt. ISBN 087730-013-5.
1985
 

JILLSON, CLARK. Progress Attributed to the Laboring Classes: A Poem Delivered Before the Worcester County Mechanics' Association, March 3d, 1853.
1853
 

KELLOGG, EDWARD. Labor and Other Capital: The Rights of Each Secured and the Wrongs of Both Eradicated....
1849
 

KELLOGG, EDWARD. Labor and Other Capital: The Rights of Each Secured and the Wrongs of Both Eradicated....
1849
 

LONDON, JACK. The Apostate.
1912
 

LUTHER, SETH. An Address to the Working Men of New England, on the State of Education, and on the Condition of the Producing Classes in Europe and America. With Particular Reference to the Effect of Manufacturing (As Now Conducted) on the Health and Happiness of the Poor, and on the Safety of Our Republic. Delivered in Boston, Charlestown, Cambridgeport, Waltham, Dorchester, Mass., Portland, Saco, Me., and Dover, N.H.
1832
 

LUTHER, SETH. An Address on the Origin and Progress of Avarice, and Its Deleterious Effects on Human Happiness, with a Proposed Remedy for the Countless Evils Resulting from an Inordinate Desire for Wealth. Delivered Before the Union Association of Working Men, in ...Charlestown, Mass., January 30, 1834.
1834
 

LUTHER, SETH. An Address on the Origin and Progress of Avarice, and Its Deleterious Effects on Human Happiness, with a Proposed Remedy for the Countless Evils Resulting from an Inordinate Desire for Wealth. Delivered Before the Union Association of Working Men, in ...Charlestown, Mass., January 30, 1834.
1834
 

McDOWALL, JOHN ROBER Magdalen Facts. No. 1 New York, January, 1832.
1832
 

MILLER, CHESTER GORE Chichuahua. A New and Original Social Drama in Four Acts.
1891
 

OWEN, ROBERT. The Book of the New Moral World, Containing the Rational System of Society, Founded on Demonstrable Facts, Developing the Constitution and Laws of Human Nature and of Society.
1845
 

PAINE, THOMAS. Rights of Man; Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution. Part I [and] Rights of Man, Part the Second; Combining Principle and Practice.
1819
 

PALMER, EDWARD. An Address on the Origin and Evil Influences of Money.
1839
 

PHILLIPS, WENDELL. Remarks of Wendell Phillips, at the Mass Meeting of Workingmen in Faneuil Hall, Nov. 2, 1865.
1865
 

SIZER, NELSON. Thoughts on Domestic Life: or, Marriage Vindicated and Free Love Exposed.
1858
 

SKIDMORE, THOMAS. The Rights of Man to Property! Being a Proposition to Make It Equal Among the Adults of the Present Generation...
1829
 

SKIDMORE, THOMAS. The Rights of Man to Property! Being a Proposition to Make It Equal Among the Adults of the Present Generation...
1829
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. The Collected Works...34 works in six volumes, 1834-1886. Biography and Introductions by Charles Shively. ISBN 087730-006-2
1971
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. The Deist's Immortality, and an Essay on Man's Accountability for His Belief.
1834
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. The Deist's Immortality, and an Essay on Man's Accountability for His Belief.
1834
 

SPOONER, LYSANDER. A Letter to Grover Cleveland, on His False Inaugural Address, the Usurpation and Crimes of Lawmakers and Judges, and the Consequent Poverty, Ignorance, and Servitude of the People.
1886
 

TAPPAN, LEWIS Is It Right To Be Rich?
1869
 

THOMPSON, MRS. ELIZA Kindergarten Homes. For Orphans and Other Destitute Children; a New Way to Ultimately Dispense with Prisons and Poor-Houses. The Plans of...by Your Reporter.
1882
 

TYSON, JOB ROBERT. A Brief Survey of the Great Extent and Evil Tendencies of the Lottery System, as Existing in the United States.
1833
 

WRIGHT, FRANCES. A Few Days in Athens; Being the Translation of a Greek Manuscript Discovered in Herculaneum.
1831
 

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