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Besant, Annie (1847-1933; Beziehung beruflich; see also from)
Besant, Annie (1847-1933)
Bradlaugh Bonner, Hypatia
Collins, Anthony pseud. [from old catalog]
Hyndman, H.M. (1842-1921)
Hyndman, Henry Mayers (1842-1921)
Knowlton, Charles (1800-1850)
Maronier, J.H. (1827-1920)
Maronier, Jan Hendrik (1827-1920)
Robertson, J. M. (1856-1933)
Robertson, John Mackinnon (1856-1933)
Rutherford, John Hunter
Watts, John ([from old catalog])
Westerby, W. M.
age of reason, The
autobiography of Mr. Bradlaugh., The
Bible, 1861:, The
Bible, what it is... by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh), The
Biographies of ancient and modern celebrated freethinkers.
Bradlaugh papers, The : letters, papers and printed items relating to the life of Charles Bradlaugh (1833-1891), arranged from the collection assembled by his daughter, Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner (1858-1935), and now in the possession of the National Secular Society ... : a descriptive index
Charles Bradlaugh : a record of his life and work
Christianity and secularism contrasted.
Christianity in relation to free-thought, scepticism, and faith:
Credibility and morality of the four gospels, the only authorized and "verbatim" report of the five nights' discussion at Halifax, between the Rev. T. D. Matthias,... and Iconoclaste [C. Bradlaugh], The
Debate between the Rev. J. H. Rutherford and Iconoclast [C. Bradlaugh]
Doubts in dialogue
few words about the devil, and other biographical sketches and essays., A
Few words about the Devil, by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh), A
Five dead men whom I knew when living: Robert Owen, Joseph Mazzini, Charles Sumner, J.S. Mill and Ledru Rollin
Flowers of freethought
freethinker's text-book, The
Fruits of philosophy : a treatise of the population question
Fruits of philosophy. A treatise on the population question.
Fruits of philosophy : an essay on the population question
Full report of the discussion between Mr. Mackie... and Iconoclast [Mr. C. Bradlaugh] in the music hall Warrington on Wednesday and Thursday, April 10 and 11, 1861, revised by the disputants..., A
Genesis: its authorship and authenticity.
God, man, and the Bible, three nights' discussion between the Rev. Joseph Baylee,... and Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh), on the evenings of Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 27th, 28th and 29th June 1860, at the Ieutonic Hall, Liverpool
Half-hours with freethinkers, edited by John Watts and Iconoclast (Bradlaugh)
Half-hours with the freethinkers.
Has man a soul ? A lecture delivered by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh) in the Temperance hall, Townhead street, Sheffield, on March 29th 1859. Third... edition
"Has or is man a soul?" : verbatim report of a two nights' public discussion between Westerby and Bradlaugh.
Heeft de mensch een ziel? : tweedaagsch pleidooi voor en tegen het materialisme tusschen Mr. Bradlaugh en Mr. Westerby
Heresy : its utility and morality. A plea and a justification.
Human immortality proved by facts : report of a two nights' debate of modern spiritualism, between Mr. C. Bradlaugh, editor of the National reformer, and Mr. J. Burns, editor of the Medium : which took place on Monday and Tuesday evenings, December 16th and 17th, 1872, at the New Hall of Science, Old Street, City Road, London
Humanity's gain from unbelief and other selections from the works of Charles Bradlaugh
Impeachment of the house of Brunswick, by Charles Bradlaugh. 2d edition..., The
Is there a God ? by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
Jesus, Shelley, and Malthus; or, Pious poverty and heterodox happiness.
Labor and law, by Charles Bradlaugh. With a memoir [by John M. Robertson]...
Labor and law. With a memoir and two portraits.
Man: whence and how? Religion: what and why?
Market Rights and Tolls... How they make foot dear, by C. Bradlaugh,...
Mr. Bradlaugh's Recognition of God and the Bible
National Secular Society's almanack
New Life of Abraham, by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
New Life of David, by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
New Life of Jacob, by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
New Life of Moses, by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
On the nature and the existence of God
Plea for atheism, by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh), A
Report of a two nights' debate of modern spiritualism
Report of the two nights' debate at Wigan between Iconoclast [C. Bradlaugh] and Mr. W. M. Hutchings
rules, customs, and procedure of the House of commons, The
s:who was jesus christ?|who was jesus christ, and what did he teach?
Secularism, scepticism, and atheism [MI] 1870
Secularism, scepticism, and atheism : verbatim report of the proceedings of a two night's public debate between G.J. Holyoake and C. Bradlaugh.
selection of the political pamphlets of Charles Bradlaugh, A
Socialism: for and against. A written debate between Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant.
Socialism: its fallacies and dangers
Some objections to socialism
Were Adam and Eve our first parents ? by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
What did Jesus teach ? by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
What freemasonry is, what it has been, and what it ought to be
When were our gospels written ? the answer of the National secular society to the Religious tract society, by C. Bradlaugh,...
Who was Jesus Christ ? by Iconoclast (C. Bradlaugh)
Why do men starve?
Will socialism benefit the English people? : a written debate between E. Belfort Bax and Ch. Bradlaugh.
Will socialism benefit the English people? A written debate between E. Belfort Bax and Charles Bradlaugh (1887)
Will socialism benefit the English people? Verbatim report of a debate between H.M. Hyndman and Charles Bradlaugh.
Zal het socialisme het Engelsche volk voordeel brengen?
Zal het socialisme het volk voordeel brengen? : vert. van het debat, den 17 april 1884 gehouden tusschen de Heeren H. M. Hyndman en Ch. Bradlaugh te Londen