The Spirit of the Age/02

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Volume I.

  1. Issue 1: January 5, 1850
  2. Issue 2: January 12, 1850
  3. Issue 3: January 19, 1850
  4. Issue 4: January 26, 1850
  5. Issue 5: February xx, 1850
  6. Issue 6: February xx, 1850
  7. Issue 7: February xx, 1850
  8. Issue 8: August xx, 1850
  9. Issue 9: July 7, 1849
  10. Issue 10: July 7, 1849
  11. Issue 11: July 7, 1849
  12. Issue 12: July 7, 1849
  13. Issue 13: July 7, 1849
  14. Issue 14: July 7, 1849
  15. Issue 15: July 7, 1849
  16. Issue 16: July 7, 1849
  17. Issue 17: July 7, 1849

Original index.—Volume II.

Number 1. January 5, 1850.

Number 2. January 12, 1850.

Number 3. January 19, 1850.

  • Image Breaker (poem), William Oland Bourne 33
  • Electoral and Social Reform 34
  • Rothschild 35
  • German Unity 36
  • Confessions of a Revolutionist, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon 37
  • The Spiritual World 88
  • A Poor Man's Picnic 39
  • Theism—Pantheism, Thomas L. Harris 40
  • Motives to Duty, Joshua King Ingalls 42
  • Boston Tailors' Union .... 44
  • Report of the Central Division N. E.
  • Protective Union .... 45
  • Quarterly Report 46
  • Social Reform in England ... 46
  • Tuckerman Institute 47
  • Church of England Self-Supporting
  • Miscellany 48 Villages 47

Number 4. January 26, 1850.

Number 5. February 2, 1850.

  • Spiritual Openings, Wilkinson 66
  • Jules Lechevalier 66
  • Great Britain—Progress of the Redemption
  • Society 67
  • Industrial Association, J. S. Buckingham 68
  • Mutual Banking 69
  • Confessions of a Revolutionist . 71
  • The New Church, William Henry Channing 72
  • Protective Unions 74
  • The Landlord and his Tenants, Charles-François Chevé 75
  • Philo: An Evangeliad .... 76
  • Philosophy of Spiritual Providences 77
  • Ireland, as I saw it 77
  • Irish Emigrant Protection Societies 78
  • Our Public Lands 78
  • Address by the Committee of the Houses for the Poor 78

Number 6. February 9, 1850.

  • Mysteries of the People, Eugene Sue 81
  • Obstructions Opposed to Discoveries, Fourier 83
  • Labor and the Poor 84
  • Socialist's Catechism, Louis Blanc 100
  • Objections to Association ... 88
  • Nature and Spirit, Thomas L. Harris 89
  • Comparative Anatomy of Labor for Wages and Slavery, A Carolinian [Edgeworth] 91
  • The Consummate Future, J. Rehn 92
  • Temperance 94
  • Emile de Girardin 94
  • Tract Operations 95
  • Miscellany 95
  • Labor and the Poor 97
  • Obstructions Opposed to Discoverers 99
  • Socialist's Catechism 100
  • The Family Divided 101
  • Vocal Music in Germany . 102
  • A Journeyman Shoemaker . . . 102
  • Labor and Government .... 103
  • Church of England Self-Supporting Village Society 103
  • Nature and Spirit, Thomas L. Harris104
  • Dr. J. Buchanan 106
  • Shirley 106
  • Serial Arrangement of Society, Marx Edgeworth Lazarus . 108
  • Reform Movements 110
  • Miscellany Ill

Number 8. February 23, 1850.

  • A chant for Elliott 129
  • Confessions of a Revolutionist . 129
  • Labor and the Poor 131
  • Bankruptcy—Banking . . . .133
  • Mrs. Jameson 134
  • Humboldt 134
  • Rights of Woman 135
  • Lessons on the Hague-St. Tragedy 136
  • Democratic Association, Edgeworth 138
  • Dr. Priestley 139
  • Reform Movements 141
  • Miscellany ......... 144
  • Mysteries of the People, Eugene Sue 145
  • Land Monopoly and Rent, Hugh Doherty 147
  • The Great Cause of the People . 148
  • Gruyere Co-operative Cheese Factories ......... 148
  • Reunion in the Spiritual World . 150
  • The National Association for the Protection of Trade .... 151
  • Tendencies of Socialism, William Henry Channing 152
  • Washington Allston 155
  • Patent Fuel, &c 159
  • Crime and Intemperance,


  • Tendencies of Socialism . . .168
  • National bind Reformers. . . 171
  • Rum, Gunpowder and Missionaries 172
  • Constitution of the Icarian Community 172
  • Hungarian Address 174
  • Progress of Discovery in South