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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Giuseppe Mazzini; Thomas Jones; Thomas Okey; Ella Noyes; L Martineau
|Notes:||"First published in this edition, 1907; reprinted ... 1929."
"The first [essay] has been translated ... by Miss Ella Noyes, the last appeared originally in the Fortnightly review, June 1870, from the pen of Miss L. Martineau." The remaining five were translated by Thomas Okey. cf. 4th prelim. leaf.
"Introduction by Thomas Jones."
|Description:||4 p. l., vii-xxxvii, 327 p. 18 cm.|
|Contents:||Contents.--To the Italian working class.--The duties of man.--Interests and principles.--Faith and the future.--The patriots and the clergy.--To the Italians.--Thoughts on the French revolution of 1789.--From the council to God.|
|Series Title:||Everyman's library, ed. by Ernest Rhys. Essays. [no. 224]|
|Responsibility:||[by] Joseph Mazzini.|