Stephen Pearl Andrews

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Bibliography (in-progress and very incomplete)

Works by Stephen Pearl Andrews:

  • Stephen Pearl Andrews, “The New Motive Power,” Appleton’s Mechanics’ Magazine and Engineers’ Journal 1, no. 9 (September 1, 1851): 567-569.
  • Stephen Pearl Andrews, “Address by Stephen Pearl Andrews to His Fellow-Citizens on the Situation,” The Index 8, no. 39 (August 8, 1877): 377.
  • The Alphabet of Philosophy. N.p., [1876].
  • ---. 1881. [mentioned in Shively, "The Thought of Steven Pearl Andrews," p 117 - Creagh]
  • "Anarchy and Pantarchy," Liberty, III, 22 (Jan. 23, 1886), 1.
  • The Basic Outline of Universology: An Introduction To The Newly Discovered Science Of The Universe, Its Elementary Principles, And The First Stages Of Their Development In The Special Sciences ; Together With Preliminary Notices Of Alwato (Ahl-Wah-To), The Newly Discovered Scientific Universal Language, Resulting From The Principles Of Universology. New York: Dion Thomas, 1872.
  • Charter or Articles of Incorporation of the Normal University of the Pantarchy, n.d. [1872?]. * "Civilization a Failure," The Golden Age, I, No. 9 (April 29, 1871), 3.
  • (Tr.) Constitucion, Leyes Jenerales, c. de la Republica de Tejas. Houston, 1841.
  • Constitution or Organic Basis of the Pantarchy. New York: Baker & Godwin, 1860.
  • Constitution or Organic Basis of the New Catholic Church. New York: Baker & Godwin, 1860.
  • "Cost, the Scientific Limit of Price," [Hunt's] Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, XXIV (March, 1851), 332-339.
  • Discoveries in Chinese. A Paper Prepared for the American Ethnological society and read last evening
  • Discoveries In Chinese: Or The Symbolism Of The Primitive Characters In The Chinese System Of Writing: As A Contribution To Philology & Ethnology & A Practical Aid In The Acquisition Of The Chinese Language. New York: C. B. .
  • ---. 200?, Elibron Classics.
  • Elements of Universology. New York, 1881.
  • "Free Love," New-York Daily Tribune (Monday, November 8, 1858). [See editorial reply, same date. Both, with a notice of the debate from the New-York Times, are bound in the New York Public Library under the title "The Tribune, on Andrews, 8 Nov. 1858."]
  • "Free Love," Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, Aug. 26, 1871
  • "The Great American Crisis," The Continental Monthly, IV, No. 6 (December, 1863), 658-670; V, No. 1 (January, 1864), 87-99; V, No. 3 (March, 1864), 300-317. [46 pages]
  • "How to Kill Mosquitoes, Flies, Wood-Lice, Bed-Bugs, Cockroaches, Centipedes, Prairie Dogs, Wolves, and other 'Varmints.' The Pantarch's Recipe," Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, October 22, 1870.
  • Ideological Etymology; or a New Method in the Study of Words. New York: S.P. Lathrop, 1881.
  • "The Introduction of Phonography into America," Browne's Phonographic Monthly, II, No. 7 (July, 1877), 106-111.
  • "The Labor Dollar," Radical Review, I (Aug, 1877), 287.
  • The Labor Dollar. Boston: Benjamin R. Tucker, 1881.
  • "Language a Type of the Universe," The Continental Monthly, V, 6 (June, 1864), 691-706.
  • A Lecture on Phonotypy and Phonography: Or. Speech-Printing and Speech-Writing. N.p., [1848].
  • Love, Marriage, and Divorce, and the Sovereignty of the Individual. New York, 1853, and Boston, 1889.
  • "Mathematics and Machines," The Independent, 4, 179 (May 6, 1852), 1.
  • Memorial of the Inhabitants of the United States, Praying for the Printing of the Proceeds of Congress in Phonotypy. September 19, 1850. Washington: Office of Printers to the Senate, 1850. [31st Congress, 1st Session. Miscellaneous, No. 125] [8 pages, parallel text in English and Phonotypy, signed by SPA and 11 others.]
  • "The New Civilization," The Truth Seeker Annual and Freethinkers' Almanac 1885. New York, [1885].
  • One Alphabet for the Whole World. New York, 1881. [Creagh]
  • An Oration, Delivered on the Fourth of July, 1835, Before the East Feliciana Temperance Society. New Orleans, 1836.
  • "The Pantarchy," The Season. N.S. III, No. 24 (September 16, 1871), 186.
  • "The Pantarchy Defined: the Word and the Thing," Banner of Light, XXXIII, No. 12 (June 21, 1873), 3.
  • The Phonographic Class-Book. Boston, 1844.
  • "Phonotypy and Phonography, or Speech-Printing and Speech-Writing," The Young American's Magazine, I, No. 1 (January, 1847), 55-60.
  • The Primary Grammar of Alwato. Boston, 1877.
  • The Primary Synopsis of Universology and Alwato. New York: Dion Thomas, 1871.
  • ---. .
  • Primary View of the English Standard Phonetic Alphabet. [New York, 1876].
  • "Principles of Nature, Original Physiocracy, the New Order of Government," The Spiritual Age, I, No. 20 (September 20, 1857).
  • "Revisal of Kant's Categories," Journal of Speculative Philosophy, VIII (1874), 268-275.
  • The Science Of Society. Part I. The True Constitution Of Government In The Sovereignty Of The Individual As The Final Development Of Protestantism, Democracy And Socialism. New York, 1851.
  • The Science Of Society. Part Ii. Cost The Limit Of Price: A Scientific Measure Of Honesty In Trade As One Of The Fundamental Principles In The Solution Of The Social Problem. New York, 1851. * * The Science Of Society. Boston: Benjamin R. Tucker, 1888;
  • ---. Bombay, India: Libertarian Socialist Institute, n.d.
  • The Sovereignty of the Individual. Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Freeman Press, [1938].
  • "Stirpiculture; Scientific Propagation; the Founding of a New Race of Human Beings. The Men and the Women of the Future-How They Are to be Generated. The Reconstruction of the Physiology of Man," Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, September 10, 1870.
  • "A Universal Language: Its Possibility, Scientific Necessity, and Appropriate Characteristics," The Continental Monthly, V, No. 5 (May, 1864), 532-543.
  • The Universal Tract Society Tracts.No. 3. [New York, 1886].
  • Various Papers on Phonotypy and Phonography. N.p., [1848}.
  • "The Weekly Bulletin Of The Pantarchy.--Reminiscences." Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, July 22, 1871 .
  • "Notice of Learned, J. N., his Talks about Labor, and concerning the Evolution of Justice between the Laborers and the Capitalists. [New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1876.]" Radical Review, I, 165.
  • "Notice of Wakeman, T. B., his Epitome of Positive Philosophy and Religion." Radical Review, I, 793.
  • (And Augustus French Boyle.) Compendium of Phonography. N.p., [1848], Folding Broadside.
  • (.) The Complete Phonographic Class-Book, Containing A Strictly Inductive Exposition Of Pitman's Phonography, Adapted As A System Of Phonetic Short Hand, To The English Language; Especially Intended As A School Book, And To Afford The Fullest Introduction To Those Who Have Not The Assistance Of A Living Teacher. Boston: Phonographic Institute, 1846. 2nd edition. [1st: 1845]), 287.
  • ---. 10th edition. New York: Andrews & Boyle, 1848.
  • (.) The Complete Phonographic Class-Book. New York, 1847, 1848, and 1851.
  • (.) The Phonographic Reader. Boston, [1845]; Boston, 1846..
  • The Phonographic Reader: A Complete Course of Inductive Reading Lessons in Phonography. 3rd edition. Boston: Phonographic Institution, 1846. ["2nd edition" on cover]
  • ---. 8th edition. New York: Andrews & Boyle, 1847.
  • (.) THE PRIMARY PHONOTYPIC READER. New York: Andrews & Boyle, 1847.
  • (.) The Phonographic Word-Book Number One. New York, 1849. [OBERLIN - no info]

Works Published by Andrews & Boyle:

  • Christ's Sermon on the Mount, in Phonography. New York: Andrews & Boyle, 1848. [12 pages]
  • COMPENDIUM OF PHONOGRAPHY, on a single sheet, containing a condensed view of the system.
  • ELEMENTS OF PHONOGRAPHY, a Chart, containing the simple Alphabet, with explanations.
  • FIRST LESSONS IN PHONOGRAPHY, a small chart, containing the simple alphabet, with explanations, and a page of easy monosyllables, written in the Phonographic characters, intended to be sold or gratuitously distributed by teachers and lecturers as an introductory lesson or lecture.
  • PHONOGRAPHIC CHART, No. I., for teachers and lecturers. This is a large chart, four feet square, containing the simple alphabet. It is intended to be hung up within sight of a large class, whle being drilled on the elements of Phonography.
  • PHONOGRAPHIC CHART, No. I., for teachers and lecturers. This is also a large chart, containing a number of simple words, on which a class should be drilled, at its first and second lessons.
  • PHONOTYPIC CHART. This is a large chart, containing the small letters of the Phonotypic alphabet, for the use of teachers and lecturers.

Periodicals Edited by Stephen Pearl Andrews:

  • (Ed.) The American Phonographic Journal, I, No. 1 (January, 1846)-I, No. 2 (February, 1846). [STATE LIBRARY OF OHIO]
  • (Ed.) The Anglo Saxon, I, No. 1 (December 5, 1846)-II, No. 17 (February 1, 1850).
  • (Ed.) La Aurora, I, No. 1 (November 22, 1845). [English-Spanish]
  • (Ed.) The Propagandist [later, The Phonetic Propagandist], 1, No. 1 (November 6, 1850)-11, No. 26 (November 17, 1852).
  • (And John W. Leonard [eds.].) The American Phonographer, 1, No. 1 (June, 1851)-1, No. 4 (September, 1851).

Phonographic Reports, etc. (as "S. P. A.")

  • We are just through with one of the most soul stirring conventions here, in North Adams, that I have yet attended in the State of Massachusetts (Editorial) S. P. A. Emancipator and Weekly Chronicle Wednesday, July 31, 1844; pg. 56; Issue 14; col D
  • Mr. Leavitt,—The following is an extract of some interest from a letter just received from a friend in Louisiana (News) S. P. A. Emancipator and Weekly Chronicle Wednesday, April 09, 1845; Issue 50; col F
  • Thirty-First Congress--First Session (News) S. P. A. The North star (Rochester, NY) Thursday, June 27, 1850; Issue 27; col A
  • Proceeding in the Senate---New Mexico---Col. Monroe, &c. (News) S. P. A. The Ripley Bee (Ripley, OH) Saturday, July 13, 1850; Issue 7; col C
  • Colored Seamen in South Carolina—Complimentary Thunder (News) S. P. A. The Liberator (Boston, MA) Friday, September 20, 1850; pg. 150; Issue 38; col A
  • From Washington The California Senators in Their Seats—Gov. Seward Stirring up the Animals—The Backing down of the Heroes … (News) S. P. A. The Liberator (Boston, MA) Friday, September 27, 1850; pg. 154; Issue 39; col A
  • Sketch of the Senate and Retrospect of Its Action--Miniature Likenesses of Legislators (Editorial) S. P. A. Emancipator & Republican (Boston, MA) Thursday, October 17, 1850; Issue 25; col B
  • A Curious Group! (Editorial) S. P. A. The Daily Ohio Statesman Thursday, October 24, 1850; Issue 979/880; col B
  • The Storming of Stony Point (Weather report) J. L. De Nogelles, Corresponding Secty S. P A. The New York Herald (New York, NY) Sunday, July 12, 1857; col B

UNPUBLISHED [from Stern]

Andrews Papers. State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin. Four Boxes. These include:

  • "Address to the Inhabitants of the USA and of the World at Large upon the Slavery Question." Box 1.
  • "Address to the People of the United States of America." Box 4.
  • "Autobiography." Box 2.
  • "Constitution and By-Laws of the Pantarchal University." Box 1.
  • "First Sequential Exposition of the Constitution of the Pantarchy." Box 1.
  • "Fragments." Box 4.
  • Letter to Mary E. Tillotson, from New York, June 11, 1884. Box 1.
  • "Love Marriage and the Condition of Woman." Box 4.
  • "Possibility of a Universal Language." Box 3.
  • "A Private Chapter of the Origin of the War." Box 2.
  • "Sciento-Philosophy or the Philosophy of the Sciences: An Essay at Ultimate Solutions." Box 3.
  • "The Social Organism. Lecture Delivered before the Manhattan Liberal Club, New York, September 1, 1882." Box 1.
  • "Sociological Comparology." Box 3

"Death Certificate, May 21, 188G." City of New York, Department of Health, Bureau of Records and Statistics. Letters to Henry Edger, from New York, August 6, 1872; August 14, 1872; September 9, 1872. Maison d'Auguste Comte, Paris, France. Letters to Theodora Freeman Spencer, 1880-1883, and undated. In Alwato. Collection of Mrs. Muriel Streeter Schwartz, New York City. Letter to Isaac Pitman, from New York, May 14, 18S1 Sir James Pitman Collection, London, England. Letter to John Quincy Adams, from London, July 18, 1843. The Adams Papers, Letters Received, April-August, 1843, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Massachusetts. Letter to W. W. Swain, November 29, 1844. Deed Records, Harris County, Texas, Vol. J. Letter to William Lloyd Garrison, from New York, September 20, 1855. Boston Public Library, Boston, Massachusetts. (And Augustus French Boyle.) "Elements of Phonography." Penciled Phonographic Copy Book. Manuscript Division, New York Public Library, New York City. "Stephen Pearl Andrews vs. M. R. Gray." Decree, May 10, 1844. Cause No. 1167. General Minutes of the 11th District Courts of Harris County, Texas.

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