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UNFETTERED THINKER AND PLAIN SPEAKER FOR

TRUTH, FREEDOM, AND PROGRESS.

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“And though all the winds of doctrine were let loose to play upon the earth, so Truth be in the field, we do injuriously to inisdoubt her strength. Let her and Falsehood grapple! Whoever knew Truth put to the worse, in a frce and open encounter ?"- MILTON'S AREOPAGITICA.

LONDON: .PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES WATSON, 3, QUEEN'S IIEAD PASSAGE

PATERNOSTER ROW.

Br 2180.21.5 School Library in Harward

College Library

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Original Poetry.

GERALD MASSEY.

W. MOY THOMAS.
'Twas Christmas Eve'-24. A Call to the Sonnet to Spenser-120, Song from Lurger

People-56. The Three Voices-72. The Cry -168. Lucifer: a fragment-169.

of the Unemployed-104. The Kingliest Crown

THOMAS COOPER.

-120. A Lay of Love-136. This World is • Truth is growing'— 40. The Time shall
full of Beauty-- 216. No jewelled Beauty is come'- 40. Spring-230.
iny Love'-248. Press on, press on!'- 264.

• There's no dearth of Kindness'- 296. The

F. TURNBULL.

Sonnet to Spenser-7. A Winter Dream
Famine-smitten-344. Sweet Smile on thel,

(Ilereward)—184.
cheek of thy Home-358. Song of the Red
Republican—376. A Night Musing-892.

FRANK GRANT,

Hints—89. A Night Thought—136.

J. A. LANGFORD.

GEO. HOOPER (EUGENE).

• Oh, give us Rest!'- 88. The Wish re-

The Ilopes of '48–24. To little Lelia E. -56.

paired - 137. Oh, never doubt of Man !-
152. Sopnet to Kossuth-]98. Sonnet to

WM. WHITMORE.
Mazzini- 198. Helen–232. The Poet's Heri-

To Mazzini and Kossuth--56. Shakspere's
tage-264. Stanzas for the Times—296. The Birth-day in the Future-328,
Tale of Love-312, Ode of Horace translated

S. M. KYDD.
-408. An Autumn Reverie-424. Sonnet to Boat Song_25.

Shelley-3:28. Human Nature-469.

EDWARD SMITH.

WM. JONES.

The Red Indian–57.

The Peasant's Epitaph-41. February-88.

WM. WYLIE.

Sonnet–168. The March Wind-200. The

Lowlands sweet -- 246. The Hawthorn Bush

A Moorland Carol-104.

in bloom—360.

ALEXANDER BELL,

J. W. KING.

The Mountain Glen–440.
Martial Glory-248. Lookup, ye toiling mil.

THOS. BELL.
licns'-345, A Summer invitation- 424. Song

Blue Bell and Primrose--120.

- 468.

S. WILKS.

H. R. NICHOLLS.

The True Sabbath-408.

Thoughts-326. The Worker's Vision-422.

EDRIC.

Country Musings-456.

To Kenilworth Castle_312.

JOIN ACKROYD.

HOMO.

Sonnet to Spring--280. Sonnet on Beauty A Lay of Free Thought-344.

-296. To Poverty-312.

A POWER-LOOM WEAVER,

| GEO. TWEDDELL.

Toil, Brothers, toil !-152.

The Primrose—232. Sonnet, written in York

SHELDON CILADWICK.

Castle-263. Rienzi-264.

Eternal Beauty–456.

THOMAS COOPER.

LETTERS :--To the Young Men of the Work- 1 4. The Miracles (Second Discourse)--185, 201,
ing Classes--1, 81, 129, 209. To the Lord Harry 219, 237, 253, 269, 284.
of Exeter-5, 66, 177. To Lord Nugent-17. 5. The Transfiguration of Jesus-300, 316, 333,
To Lord Dudley Stuart--33. To Earl Talbot-65. 6, The Passion, Crucifixion, &c.-345, 363, 381.

CRITICAL EXEGESIS OF GOSPEL HISTORY : 7. The Resurrection and Ascension-397, 413,
1. The Birth and Childhood of Jesus-8, 25, 41. - 425, 441, 457, 476.
2. The Baptism and Temptation of Jesus-57, ORATIONS:- The Life and Genius of Sir Isaac
37, 89.

Newton--271, 233, 249. The Age of Chivalry
3. The Miracles (First Discourse)-105, 121, -265, 281. Moral and Political Lessons of
137, 153, 169,

'Gulliver's Travels:—297, 313, 329.

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