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  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Another Renunciation,” Universalist Union 8, no. 52 (November 11, 1843): 829-831.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Books—Their Sphere and Influence,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 24 (December 15, 1849): 369-371.
  • Joshua King Ingalls and John Cushing, “Books—Their Sphere and Influence,” The Liberator 22, no. 16 (April 16, 1852): 64.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Building Associations,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 4, no. 5 (June 30, 1849): 72-73.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Can Economic Factors Be Exchanged?,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 1 (January 4, 1894): 8-9.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Capital and Association,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 23 (November 4, 1848): 362.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Capital and Labor,” The Journal of Progress 1, no. 6 (June 4, 1853): 85-86.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Capital and Labor,” The Journal of Progress 1, no. 7 (June 11, 1853): 100-101.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Competition,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 16 (August 16, 1848): 249-250.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Conference at Huntington, L. I.,” Universalist Union 7, no. 32 (June 25, 1842): 500-501.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Correspondence—Paper Money,” The Twentieth Century 11, no. ?? (September 14, 1893): 14.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Creed,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 1 (July 15, 1849): 11-12.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Divine Gift, Impartial and Immutible," Univercoelum, 1 (March 4, 1848), 75.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Homo, Alias Rev. A. Welton,” Universalist Union 7, no. 30 (June 11, 1842): 466-468.
    • Inquirer, “‘Homo,’ Again,” Universalist Union 7, no. 32 (June 25, 1842): 505.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Idea of Immortality: Its Development and Progress," Univercoelum, 1 (January 22, 1848), 90-91.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Incidents by the Way,” Universalist Union 8, no. 35 (July 15, 1843): 557-559
    • A. C. Barray. "My Own Matters." Universalist Union. VIII, 40 (August 19, 1843) 652. [Response to Ingalls]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Land Reform, Moral Argument," The Univercoelum, 2, ?? (??, 1848) 151-??.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Occasional Sermon, Delivered before the Southern Association, at Stratford, Conn., May 15, 1844,” Universalist Union 9, no. 6 (June 22, 1844): 497-502.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Practical Movement for Transition,” The Spirit of the Age 2, no. 13 (March 30, 1850): 202-204.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Profession,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 12 (August 19, 1848): 186.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Property Rights in Debt and Contract,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 15 (April 12, 1894): 8-9.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Property and Its Rights,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 10 (September 8, 1849): 146-148.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Protective Unions,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 4, no. 2 (June 9, 1849): 24-25.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Reforms Fragmentary," The Univercoelum, 2, ?? (??, 1848) 41-??.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Relation of Labor to Land," in "Report of the Committee of the Senate upon the Relations between labor and Capital," Vol. 2 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1885).
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Relations, Existing and Natural, between Man and Property,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 16 (October 20, 1849): 243-246.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Relations, Existing and Natural, between Man and Property,” The Journal of Progress 1, no. 11 (July 9, 1853): 3.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Review: Labor and Other Capital,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 3, no. 21 (April 21, 1849): 321-323.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Review: Labor and Other Capital,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 3, no. 22 (April 28, 1849): 337-339.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Sermon, Delivered in the Universalist Church, Southold, L. I.,” Universalist Union 5, no. 41 (August 29, 1840): 641-644.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Social Guaranty, Univercoelum, 1 (February 26, 1848).
  • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion
    • G, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 14 (n.d.): 216-217.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 17 (March 12, 1842): 257-261.
    • Editor, “Note on ‘The Southold Discussion’,” Universalist Union 7, no. 17 (March 12, 1842): 264.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 18 (March 19, 1842): 273-277.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 19 (March 26, 1842): 289-294.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 20 (April 2, 1842): 305-310.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 22 (April 16, 1842): 337-342.
    • Editor, “Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 22 (April 16, 1842): 345.
    • Editor, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 27 (May 21, 1842): 424.
    • Editor, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 28 (May 28, 1842): 448.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Stratification of Universalism," Univercoelum, 1 (January 1, 1848), 75.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Tolstoi on Henry George and Single Tax,” The Twentieth Century 20, no. 11 (March 12, 1898): 9-12.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, The Unrevealed Religion (Sioux City, Iowa: Fair Play Publishing Co., 1891).
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Uprightness the only Path to Safety, A Sermon Delivered in the Unitarian Church, Southington, Conn., Jan. 7, 1849,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 3, no. 13 (February 24, 1849): 193-195.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “The Wage Question,” The American Socialist 2, no. 38 (September 20, 1877): 298.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Wants of the Age," Univercoelum, 1 (December 25, 1847), 49-51.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “What Is Economic Rent?,” The Twentieth Century 9, no. 26 (December 29, 1892): 6-8.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Who Will Be an Oberlin? Who Will Go to New Jersey?,” Universalist Union 8, no. 11 (January 28, 1843): 167.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Work and Wealth,” The Radical Review 1, no. 4 (February 1878): 650-660.

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