The Spirit of the Age/01

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Volume I.

  1. Issue 1: July 7, 1849 — (Pages 1-16)
  2. Issue 2: July 14, 1849 — (17-32)
  3. Issue 3: July 21, 1849 — (33-48)
  4. Issue 4: July 28, 1849 — (49-64)
  5. Issue 5: August 4, 1849 — (65-80)
  6. Issue 6: August 11, 1849 — (81-96)
  7. Issue 7: August 18, 1849 — (97-112)
  8. Issue 8: August 25, 1849 — (113-128)
  9. Issue 9: September 1, 1849 — (129-144)
  10. Issue 10: September 8, 1849 — (145-160)
  11. Issue 11: September 15, 1849 — (161-176)
  12. Issue 12: September 22, 1849 — (177-192)
  13. Issue 13: September 29, 1849 — (193-208)
  14. Issue 14: October 6, 1849 — (209-224)
  15. Issue 15: October 13, 1849 — (225-240)
  16. Issue 16: October 20, 1849 — (241-256)
  17. Issue 17: October 27, 1849 — (257-272)
  18. Issue 18: November 3, 1849 — (273-288)
  19. Issue 19: November 10, 1849 — (289-304)
  20. Issue 20: November 17, 1849 — (305-320)
  21. Issue 21: November 24, 1849 — (321-336)
  22. Issue 22: December 1, 1849 — (337-352)
  23. Issue 23: December 8, 1849 — (338-368)
  24. Issue 24: December 15, 1849 — (369-384)
  25. Issue 25: December 22, 1849 — (385-400)
  26. Issue 26: December 29, 1849 — (401-412)

Original Index to Volume I.

This index appeared in the bound edition of Volume I. I will be gradually supplementing it with full author and title indexes.

A.

B.

C.

D.

  • Divine Order of Human Society, W H Müller, 387, 403

E.

  • Edgeworth, Maria Louisville Jour. 38
  • Editor to his readers, W. H. C. 120
  • Elements of Revolution, Doherty, 327
  • Endless Punishment, F. A. Howig, 149
  • England, Moral State of C. Lane, 77
  • English Parsonage, Henry Coleman, 23
  • Equality, . . Pierre Leroux, 156
  • Europ'n Affairs, G. Ripley, 28,46,61, &c.
  • European Revolution, C. A. Dana, 97
  • European Socialism, " 209
  • End of Volume First, W H C 406

F.

G.

  • Garnaut, Mrs. Eliia W.Phillips, 246
  • God manifest in all events, Fernald, 282
  • Good Name, . W. H. C. 168

H.

  • Happiness, . Pierre Leroux, 339
  • Hemans, Mrs. Felicia . . 135
  • Heroes of Europe, . W. H. C. 232
  • Homestead Exemption, 87, 167, 198
  • Humanity, Pierre Leroux, 261
  • Human Body, the Model of Perfect Society, . W. H. Müller, 305
  • Human Pantheism, Wm. B. Greene, 394 Hungary and Russia, . W. H. C. 184

I.

  • Idea of Univ. History, J. G. Fichte, 51
  • Imitation of Christ, . 37
  • Industrial Feudalism, W. H. C. 201,218,212

J.

K.

  • Singular Race of Men, . ISO Kossuth, Memorials of . 177 Slave-vessels, . .. 39 Kossuth, His Farewell Address, 379 Socialists for Peace, . 235 Social Reform, . W Chase, 260 Labor and Capital, . W B H. 138 Labor, The Right« of . W H C. 75 Landor, Walter Savage, Letters from 134
  • Land Reform, . R H Manning, 378
  • Letters from England, C. Lane, 281, 348
  • Longevity of Negro, M E Lazarus, 355
  • Land Monopoly, •. i 406

M.

N.

  • Necessity of Evil, P. Leroux, 273, 289
  • Nation's Fast, The . W H C. 88
  • Nation, The New . " 204
  • Name, Our True . 377
  • New Heaven and Earth, A Brisbane, 33
  • News of the Week, Ge«. Ripley, 47, &c.

0.

  • Objections Proposed, Fred'k Munch, *9
  • Old Coal-Man, ... 84
  • Orthodoxy, Imperial . . 167
  • Oriental Faiths, Christ'n Inquirer, 87

P.

  • Paris Peace-Convention, W H C. 200
  • Patience, . . " 232
  • Paterson Protective Union, . 28
  • Peace or War, . W H C. 216
  • Pestilence, &c. . L _ Dolley, 91
  • Peter-Pence, . W H C. 24
  • Phalanst'n Movement, Considérant, 313
  • Philod. Union of Associationists, 320
  • Philos'y of Relig'n, J. J. G. Wilkinson, 1,17
  • Phonography, . . 23
  • Piety of all Ages, 21, 36, 52, 97, 83, 116, 197, 211, 312
  • Popular Music, C. Lane, 310, 321, 353 Practical Co-operat'n among Tailors, 187 Present Age, The J G Fichte, Popular Error«, . . 149 195, 212, 226, 257, 388 Present System of Society, 102
  • Property and Its Rights, Joshua King Ingalls, 146
  • Protective Union, The N. England 219
  • Protective Union of New York, 299 Prospectus for Th« Spirit of the Age, Progress, Perfection, Boadieea, 10
  • WHC. 8
  • Proudhon's Political Economy, _ A Dana, 278, 324, 371
  • Psychometric Examinations, 100
  • Philadelphia Unitary Building Ass. 401

R.

S.

Singular Prophtoi«* 
  • Social Evils, W H Hutchins, 145
  • Social Reformation. WHC. 312
  • Social Revolution, " 250, 265
  • Somnambulism, . • 326
  • Southern Anti-Slavery, True Dem. 150
  • Southern Despotism, . 101
  • Strange Phenomena, . 54
  • Sunday Musings in the Country, X. 199

T.

  • Talks on the Times, W H C. 58,100
  • Town and Country Items, Ripley, 16, Sic.
  • Topics and their Treatment, WHC. 57, 76, 105
  • Translations. M E Lazarus, 251
  • Trinity in Correspondence, W Chase, 137 The Brothers Montesquieu, 405

U.

  • Union, The . W H C. 181
  • United States, More of . 187
  • Univercoelum, To readers of W F. 43

V.

  • Vanity Fair, or Becky Sharp, H J. 49

W.

  • War of Principles &c. W H C. 120
  • Wealth of Eng. Aristocracy, H C. 117
  • Welcome and Warning, WHC. 10
  • Welsh Marriages, . 22
  • Will and Work, Geo R Russell, 374
  • Wisconsin Phalanx, Address of 362
  • Woman—Her Position and Duties, Jeanne Deroine, 27, 59
  • Woman, Fred'k Munch, 283
  • Women in Icaria, . . 133
  • Word—The Word il the Art, John White, 267
  • Working Classes, John Stewart Mill,
  • Working Classes—Might and Right, 82
  • Working Resident Owners, W H C 123
  • Working-Men's League, G Adam, 373 85, 193

Y.

  • Yeoman, The Edward Everett, 150

POETRY.

  • Thought and Expression, Mrs James Gray, i
  • The Green Wood, George Holland, 12
  • The Winding Sheet, Que. Soiling, 17
  • Freshness of the Heart, Wordsworth, 17
  • Fire of Drift-Wood, Longfellow, 33
  • For what shall man live ? Duffy, 49
  • Hide them away, Ann Page, 65
  • Snow-Drop in Poor Man's Window, 81
  • The Men of Old. J G Whittier, 97
  • Grave of the Landless. J _ Ingalls, lig
  • Town and Country Child, A C. 129
  • Soar High, Soar High, . i45
  • No Night but hath its Morn, 145
  • Good Night, . Paner, 157
  • Calif in Boston, J G Whittier 194
  • The Battle of Change, _ Maokay, aon
  • The Age of Irreverence, Kossuth, . J R Lowell, 177
  • Lines by the Lake Side, Whittier, 257
  • It is no Dream, Harro.Harring> 273
  • Watcher on the Tower, _ Mockay. 297 A
  • utumn, Wm Ellery Channing, 305
  • Alms-Giving, . Milnes, 321
  • Alfred Tennyson, 225
  • The Bride, Phojbe Carey, 241
  • Lov«, . 831
  • The Clergyman's Beet Argument, 368
  • Soaring, CHA Bulkley, 369
  • The Ideal is Real, . A P.
  • 385 Dorothea L Diz,