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Poor man's advocate
Adler, Georg (1863-1908)
Eichmann, F. von
Gaggermeier, Hansjörg (1933-2011)
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Pindar, Peter (1738-1819))
Spence, Thomas (1750-1814))
Thomson, William (1746-1817)
Waters, Arthur W. ([from old catalog])
四野宮, 三郎 (1923-)
Burke's address to the "swinish*" multitude! Tune "Derry down, down," &c
case od Thomas Spence, bookseller.
Christian policy in full practice among the people of Harmony as described in Melish's Travels through the United States, and Birkbeck's Notes on a Journey in America, to which are subjoined, a concise view of the Spencean system of agrarian fellowship, and some observations on the manifest similarity between the principles of that system and the truly fraternal and christianly establishment of the Harmonites
Coin collector's companion being a descriptive alphabetical list of the modern provincial, political, and other copper coins
constitution of a perfect commonwealth being the French constitution of 1793, amended and rendered entirely conformable to the whole rights of man., The
Constitution of Spensonia. Selections
Dh'e 'imp'ort'ant tri'al ŏv T'om'is Sp'ens ... 1803.
Dh'e k'onst'itush'un 'ov Sp'ensone'a, a kŭntre in fare lănd, sĭtuatĕd bĕtween Utope'a 'and Oshean'a brŏŏt frŏm dhĕns bi K'apt. Sw'alo.
end of oppression being a dialogue between an old mechanic and a young one, The : concerning the establishment of the rights of man.
End to oppression
Essays in honour of William Gallacher
Gemeineigentum am Boden, Das
Grand repository of the English language
Imprescriptable right of mothers to such a share of the elements as is sufficient to enable them to suckle and bring up their young.
Kindai tochi kaikaku shisō no genryū
letter from Ralph Hodge to his cousin, Thomas Bull, A : on the reform of Parliament.
letter to the Honourable Thomas Erskine.
Meridian sun of liberty.
Modern British utopias, 1700-1850
Nationalization of the land in 1775 and 1882 being a lecture delivered at newcastle-on tyne, 1775
New and infallible way to make trade.
Pigs' meat; or, lessons for the swinish multitude Published in weekly penny numbers, collected by the poor man's advocate (an old veteran in the cause of freedom) in the course of his reading for more than twenty years. Intended to promote among the labouring part of mankind proper ideas of their situation, of their importance, and of their rights. And to convince them that their forlorn condition has not been entirely overlooked and forgotten, nor their just cause unpleaded, neither by their maker not by the best and most enlightened of men in all ages.
Pigs' meat. Part second. Vol. III
Pigs' meat : the selected writings of Thomas Spence, radical and pioneer land reformer ; with an introductory essay and notes by G.I. Gallop.
pioneers of land reform Thomas Spence, William Ogilvie, Thomas Paine, The
political works of Thomas Spence, The
progress of Spensonianism, The
pronouncing and foreigners' Bible containing the Old and New Testaments; being, not only the properest book for establishing an uniform and permanent manner of speaking the most sonorous, harmonious, and agreeable English, ... By T. Spence., The
Prosecution of Thomas Paine: seven tracts, 1793-1798., The
reason of man
Reign of felicity being a plan for civilizing the indians of north america without infringing on their national or individual independence
Remarks on the Hon. Thomas Erskine's defence of Thomas Paine.
Restorer of society to its natural state
Rights of infants.
rights of man as exhibited in a lecture read at the Philosophical Society in Newcastle, The : to which is now first added, an interesting conversation between a gentleman and the author on the subject of his scheme : with the queries sent by the Rev. Mr. J. Murray to the society in defence of the same : and a song of triumph for the people, on the recovery of their long lost rights
rights of man first published in the year 1783., The
s'upl'im'int too thı̆ Hı̆stı̆re ŏv Rŏbı̆nsı̆n Kruzo beı̆ng th'i h'ist'ire 'ov Kruzonea, ŏr R'ob'ins'in Kruzo'z il'ind., A
speeches of Thomas Erskine in the Court of King's-Bench ...1797 ... on the trial the King versus Thomas Williams, for publishing the age of reason.
Suitable companion to spence's songs a fable
Supplement to the History of Robinson Crusoe
whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the King's attorney-general against Thomas Paine.
Whole rights of man displayed.