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  • Lewis Masquerier, “To Robert Owen,” The Crisis, and National Co-Operative Trades’ Union Gazette 4, no. 13 (July 5, 1834): 99-100.
  • [Response]The Crisis, and National Co-Operative Trades’ Union Gazette 4, no. 15 (July 19, 1834): 118.
  • ---. [Letter.] The Free Enquirer. December 7, 1834. p. 246.
  • ---. The reformed alphabet and orthography, applicable to all languages; with hints for the combination of all languages into one. St. Louis, 1834.
  • Abner Kneeland. Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Friday, May 29, 1835; Issue 10; col C
  • ---. "Temperance." The Boston Investigator. 5, 26 (234). September 18, 1835. 4. (poem)
  • ---. [letter on Owenites] June 17, 1836, Boston Investigator
  • ---. "Tract No. 1. Christianity." Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Friday, September 09, 1836; Issue 25
  • ---, "Periodical of Mental Freedom." Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, September 04, 1839; Issue 25
  • Lewis Masquerier, “The Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists,” The Boston Investigator 9, no. 39 (December 4, 1839): 1.
  • Lewis Masquerier, “The Universal Community Society of Rational Religionists,” The New Moral World 7, no. 64 (January 4, 1840): 1006-1007. [same as above]
  • ---. [Letter.] The New Moral World. March 13, 1841. p. 167. [Response, "Socialism in America," in issue of March 20, p. 179.]
  • ---. "The Life and Character of Robespierre." Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, January 06, 1841; Issue 38
  • ---. "Emigration, an Instrument of Civilization." The New Moral World. March 27, 1841. p. 188-189.
  • ---. "The Progress of Society." The New Moral World. April 10, 1841. p. 220-221.
  • ---. [Letter.] The New Moral World. April 17, 1841. p. 246.
  • ---. "On the Simplicity of the Structure and Operations of the Mind." The New Moral World. July 31, 1841. p. 33-34.
  • Editor. ["We owe an apology..."] Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, September 01, 1841; Issue 17
  • ---. "New Theory of Astronomy, suggesting the Rotary Motion of the Earth as the Cause of its Curvilinear Direction in its Orbit, and also of the Tides. The New Moral World. Sept 4, 1841. p. 74-75.
  • ---. [Letter.] The New Moral World. Sept 4, 1841. p. 78-79.
  • ---. "Science of Government Founded on Natural Law." (review) Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, September 08, 1841; Issue 18
  • ---. "Great Merit Seldom Appreciated at First." The New Moral World. Sept. 25, 1841. p. 98.
  • ---. "Cause of Evil." The New Moral World. Oct. 9, 1841. p. 113-114.
  • ---. "Great Economy of the Community Family System." The New Moral World. Oct. 16, 1841. p. 123-124.
  • ---. "Discussion of Socialism." The Boston Investigator. October 27, 1841.
  • ---. "MR. EDITOR,—I hastily embrace the opportunity of congratulating you..." Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, August 21, 1844; Issue 16
  • ---. "DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, of The Producing from The Non-Producing Class." Workingman's Advocate. September 28, 1844. p. 4.
  • --- (as "Tiro Philomath"). The Sataniad, or, Contest of the gods, for the dominion in heaven and earth; and in which is shown that his godship, Satan, has been much calumniated, particularly by Milton, though the most potent, wise and benevolent of the gods. New York, Printed at His Majesty's Royal Press, 1845. v. 24mo.
  • ---. "To Reformers, Tenants, Anti-Renters, Squatters, And Slaves." Young America. July 12, 1845. p. 1.
  • ---. "Monopoly Of Land The Great Evil." Young America. July 19, 1845. p. 2.
  • ---. "Eras of Civilization." Young America. September 6, 1845. p. 1.
  • ---. "Hired Labor Maintains All Society." Young America. September 6, 1845. p. 1.
  • ---. "Domain—Earthsurpation. Improvements—Landlordry." Young America. November 29, 1845. p. 1.
  • ---. "Working Men!" Young America. February 14, 1846. p. 4.
  • ---. "Monopoly." Young America. March 7, 1846. p. 2.
  • ---. A scientific division and nomenclature of the earth and particularly the territory of the United States into states, counties, townships, farms and lots ... while at the same time it constitutes a scientific geography of the earth: also a constitution for Nebrashevil or any other state, for the consideration of national reformers and other statesmen. New York : L. Masquerier, printer, 1847.
  • Editor. "Lewis Masquerier." Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, April 24, 1850; Issue 51
  • ---, et al. [Address.] New York Tribune. October 23, 1852.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "Progressive and Rotary Motion," in American Institute of the City of New York, Transactions of the American Institute of the City of New York, for the Years 1860-61 (Albany, NY: C. Van Benthuysen, 1861): 576-578.
  • Lewis Masquerier, “Inquiry Concerning Indigenous and Uncultivated Plants,” in Annual report of the American Institute of the City of New York (1861-62): 328-330.
  • "The Free Homestead Association." Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, July 30, 1862; pg. 102; Issue 13 [Masquerier, Ingalls, etc]
  • Lewis Masquerier, “Propagandists,” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 35 (December 31, 1862): 275.
  • ---. "Mental, Chattel, and Hireling Slavery." The Boston Investigator. XXXII, 36. January 7, 1863. p. 281.
  • Ann Masquerier. "Progression and Theology." The Boston Investigator. XXXII, 42. February 18, 1863. p. 329.
  • ---. "Thomas Paine's Monument." The Boston Investigator. XXXIII, 24. October 21, 1863. p. 185-6. [includes lyrics to "Philanthropist, Thomas Paine," to be sung to the tune of the "Star Spangled Banner."]
  • ---. "Death of Capt. Benjamin Price." The Boston Investigator. XXXIII, 25. October 28, 1863. p. 195.
  • ---. "Connection of Political and Religious Evil." The Boston Investigator. 34, 40 February 8, 1865. p. 313-4.
  • G. W. Lewis. "Materialism against Spiritualism" The Boston Investigator. 35, 4, May 31, 1865, 26.
  • G. W. Lewis. "Materialism against Spiritualism" 2 The Boston Investigator. 35, 5, Jun 7, 1865, 34.
  • G. W. Lewis. "Materialism against Spiritualism" (concluded) The Boston Investigator. 35, 6, Jun 14, 1865, 42.
  • ---. "Philanthropists." The Boston Investigator. XXXV, 23. October 11, 1865. p. 178. [song, to the tune of Auld Lang Syne]
  • ---. "Materialism, Development, Democracy, Vs. Spiritualism, Creation, and Aristocracy. No. 3." The Boston Investigator. XXXV, 24. October 18, 1865. p. 1.
  • ---. "Materialism, Development, Democracy, Vs. Spiritualism, Creation, and Aristocracy. No. 4." The Boston Investigator. XXXV, 25. October 25, 1865. p. 1.
  • ---. Liberty-union songs. Brooklyn, L.I., L. Masquerier, pr., 1866
  • ---."Infidel Convention." The Boston Investigator. XXXVI, 18. September 5, 1866. p. 1.
  • ---."Orthographic Reform." The Boston Investigator. XXXVII, 22. October 2, 1867. p. 170.
  • ---."Orthographic Reform." The Boston Investigator. XXXVIII, 24. October 14, 1868. p. 186.
  • ---. Plan for a Bridge across East River. Annual report of the American Institute, of the City of New York, for the Year 1868-9 p. 1002.
  • ---. Godology.—No. 1. The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 27. November 3, 1869.
  • ---. Godology.—No. 2. The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 28. November 10, 1869. p. 217.
  • ---. The Activity of Sectarianism. The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 28. November 10, 1869. p. 221."
  • L. B. [missing response to masquerier]. The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 30.
  • E. Von Adelung. "A Fair Proposal to Phonographers." The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 31 (2007). December 1, 1869. p. 2.
  • E. Von Adelung. "Incongruities in Phonotypy." The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 33 (2009). December 15, 1869. p. 2.
  • Lewis Masquerier. "The Atheist's Religious Experience. The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 38 (2014). January 19, 1870. p. 2.
  • ---. "To the Secular Associations of the United States. The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 47 (2023). March 23, 1870. 2.
  • ---. "A Second Dose for L. B." The Boston Investigator. XXXIX, 51 (2027). April 20, 1870. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 1. The Boston Investigator. XL, 25 (2053). October 19, 1870. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 2. The Boston Investigator. XL, 29 (2057). November 16, 1870. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 3. The Boston Investigator. XL, 30 (2058). November 23, 1870. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 4. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 9 (2089). June 28, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 5. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 10 (2090). July 5, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 6. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 11 (2091). July 12, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 7. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 12 (2092). July 19, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 8. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 13 (2093). July 26, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 9. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 15 (2095). August 9, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 10. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 16 (2096). August 16, 1871. 1.
  • ---. The Quadrature of the Circle Solved. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 18 (2098). August 30, 1871. 1.
  • S. Robb. "Lewis Masquerier." The Boston Investigator. XLI, 18 (2098). August 30, 1871. 3.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 11. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 19 (2099). September 6, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 12. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 26 2106). October 26, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 13. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 27 (2107). November 1, 1871. 1.
  • ---. An Oecumenical Convention of the World's Political and Religious Reformers. No. 14. The Boston Investigator. XLI, 31 (2111). November 29, 1871. 1.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "History and Principles of a Real Homestead and Government," The Truth Seeker 1 no. 8 (April, 1874): 6.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "The Thorough Principles of Rights, Wrongs, and their Remedy," The Truth Seeker 1 no. 9 (May, 1874): 3.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "Evans and Land Reform," The Truth Seeker 2 no. 3 (October 1, 1874): 8-9.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "Excursion by Land Reformer," The Truth Seeker 2 no. 5 (November 1, 1874): 11.
  • Mary M. DeFord, M.D., "Land Reform," The Truth Seeker 2 no. 9 (January 1, 1875): 11.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "Reply," The Truth Seeker 2 no. 9 (January 1, 1875): 11.
  • Lewis Masquerier, "Hymn on Modern Philanthropists," The Truth Seeker 2 no. 28 (October 15, 1875): 7. [song]
  • ---. A new phonotyphic pronouncing, and defining dictionary of the English language.Being the second of a series of works adapted for the use of seminaries ... exhibiting the English language written in a perfect as well as the present imperfect orthography ... To which is prefixed phonology, or the elements of language and music. New York, the author, 1877
  • ---. Premium remedy for hireling slavery: classified principles and elements of rights and wrongs : diagram of township and village, and revolutionary hymns. New York : Printed by John A. Lant, 1877
  • ---. Sociology, or, The reconstruction of society, government, and property upon the principles of the equality, the perpetuity, and the individuality of the private ownership of life, person, government, homestead, and the whole product of labor, by organizing all nations into townships of self-governed homestead democracies--self-employed in farming and mechanism, giving all the liberty and happiness to be found on earth. New York: The author, 1877
  • ---. Appendix to Sociology, or, The scientific reconstruction of society, government and property. Brooklyn, New York : L. Masquerier, 1884
  • Bennett, De Robigne Mortimer. Address on Thomas Paine's 139th birthday. New York : D.M. Bennett, 1876. [35 p. ; 16 cm., Truth seeker tracts, no. 80; Contains brief addresses by Stephen Pearl Andrews, Hugh Byron Brown and G.L. Henderson, together with the following poems: "Paine in memoriam," by Wm. Warr Cotter (p. 19-24); "Hymn on Thomas Paine," by Louis Masquerier (p. 33-34) and "Thomas Paine," by "E.M.M." (p. 34-35)."]
  • Owen, Robert. Outline of the rational system of society, founded on demonstrable facts, developing the first principles of the science of human nature_being the only effectual remedy for the evils experienced by the population of the world, the gradual adoption of which would tranquilize the present agitated state of society, and relieve it from moral and physical evil by removing the causes which produce them. [S.l. : s.n.], Printed by L. Masquerier), 1839. [8p]
  • "Third general Working Men's Meeting--Adoption of the Constitution." Workingman's Advocate. Mar 30, 1844; 1, 2; pg. 3. [Masquerier named secretary]
  • Joseph Smith. "Letter from the 'Prophet'." Workingman's Advocate. August 3, 1844. p. 1.[Response to letter from Evans, Masquerier, et al., April 20]
  • "National Reform Association: Nomination Meeting." Workingman's Advocate. September 7, 1844. p. 3. [Masquerier nominated for State Senate candidacy.]
  • "Committee of the Trades." Young America. Jul 5, 1845. p. 2.
  • "National Reform Association.; Regular Meeting--Wednesday." Young America. March 7, 1846. p. 3.
  • Polytechnic Association Of The American Institute. Scientific American (1845-1908); Mar 10, 1860; VOL. II., No. 11.; pg. 166. ["Phonetic Alphabet.ÑMr. Lewis Masquerier read a paper on phonetic alphabetsÉ]
  • Holyoake, George Jacob. "A Stranger in America." Littell's Living Age. Aug 7, 1880; 146, 1886; pg. 354.
  • ---. ---. The Nineteenth Century. ?????
  • ---. ---. The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature (1844-1898); Sep 1880; 32, 3; pg. 298
  • "Excerpta From Editorial Columns." Zion's Herald (1868-1910); Jun 29, 1887; 64, 26; pg. 0_1 [From Springfield Republican.]
  • Masquerier, Ann. "Progression and Theology." The Boston Investigator. XXXII, 42. February 18, 1863. p. 1.

Missing are contributions to Western Citizen (Paris, Kentucky), Greenpoint Gazette, Northampton Democrat, The Truth Seeker and Boston Investigator

Masquerier was listed as an agent of The Western Examiner, a Journal Embodying a Full and Impartial Enquiry into the Truth or Falsity of the Christian Religion; Whether Philosophically or Historically Viewed, in Carthage, Hancock Co., Illinois, Sep 1, 1834 _ Oct. 29, 1835.