Marx Edgeworth Lazarus

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Works by Marx Edgeworth Lazurus


  • Passional Hygiene and Natural Medicine [1]
  • Economic Fallacies
  • Land Nationalization
  • Homoeopathy : a theoretic demonstration, with social applications
  • The Zend-Avesta, and Solar Religions (1852) [2]
  • Comparative Psychology and Universal Analogy (1851) [3]
  • MISCELLANY.; SOCIETY--AN ASPIRATION--OR THE ACTUAL AND THE POSSIBLE. PRACTICAL SUMMARY. RESULTS OF SERIAL ASSOCIATION. Production Increased. Economics. III. UNITY OF MAN WITH GOD. M EDGEWORTH LAZARUS. Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Progress (1845-1849). New York: Jan 23, 1847. Vol. 4, Iss. 7; p. 9
  • Cannibalism; PERVERSION OF HUMAN LIFE, AND INCOHERENCE OF MAN WITH THE ANIMAL CREATION THROUGH HIS SELFISH APPROPRIATION OF THEIR BODIES. MARX EDGEWORTH LAZARUS. Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Progress (1845-1849). New York: Aug 7, 1847. Vol. 5, Iss. 9; p. 131 (3 pages) [Serial: V. 4, 199, 216, 249, 259, 276, 289, 310, 339, 358; V. 5, 84, 99, 131.]
  • Physiognomy--The Science of Incarnation. M E LAZARUS. Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Progress (1845-1849). New York: Feb 5, 1848. Vol. 6, Iss. 14; p. 106 (2 pages
  • Physiognomy--The Science of Incarnation.--Dr. Redfield's Discoveries.; "Harmonious numbers flow." M E LAZARUS. Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Progress (1845-1849). New York: Feb 12, 1848. Vol. 6, Iss. 15; p. 113 (2 pages)
  • The Coffee-House of Surat; Translated from the French of J. H. Bernardin de St. Pierre. BY M. E. LAZARUS, M.D.. Sartain's Union Magazine of Literature and Art (1849-1852). Philadelphia: Jul 1852. Vol. VOL. XI., Iss. No. 1.; p. 84 (3 pages)
  • THE FISHERMAN'S AIDS.; THE PELICAN--THE CORMORANT--THE BOOBY TRANSLATED FROM TOUSSENEL'S "MONDE DES OISEAUX," AUXILLARIES IN FISHERY--THE CORMORANT. DR M E LAZARUS. Spirit of the Times; A Chronicle of the Turf, Agriculture, Field Sports, Literature and the Stage (1835-1861). New York: May 28, 1859. Vol. 29, Iss. 16; p. 188 (1 page)
  • Form of proper medicinal doses M Edgeworth Lazarus. The American Journal of Homoeopathy (1846-1854). New York: Aug 1854. Vol. 9, Iss. 000004; p. 64 (1 page
  • MISCELLANY.; SKETCHES OF A DAY IN THE SERIAL ORDER. SERIES OF HUNT. EDGEWORTH. Harbinger, Devoted to Social and Political Progress (1845-1849). New York: Feb 20, 1847. Vol. 4, Iss. 11; p. 161 (5 pages)
  • Poverty and Ignorance [translation of Toussenel], Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, April 03, 1850; Issue 48; col A
  • notice of "Bible Code of Superstition..."
  • The Aim of Revolutions [translation of Toussenel], Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, April 17, 1850; Issue 50; col A
  • Right of Property [translation of Toussenel], Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, April 24, 1850; Issue 51; col A
  • The Trial of Professor Webster, Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, April 24, 1850; Issue 51; col A
  • Usury [translation of Toussenel], Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, May 01, 1850; Issue 52; col A
  • Marx Edgeworth Lazarus, “Administrative Nihilism,” The Radical Review 2, no. 13 (May 10, 1884): 4-6.
  • Giordano Bruno [translation/adaptation], Boston Investigator, (Boston, MA) Wednesday, October 21, 1885; pg. 3; Issue 28; col C
  • Form of Proper Medicinal Doses, The American journal of homoeopathy, Volumes 7-9, 64.

Translations

  • Victor Considerant, Industrial Organization. The Harbinger. [Serial: V. 4, 323, 353, 373; V. 5, 1, 17, 53, 145, 165, 187.]