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Owenite pamphlets : Owenism and the co-operative movement

Author: Gregory Claeys
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Robert Owen has often been described as the 'father of English Socialism'. This ten-volume set presents a collection of Owenite Socialist and co-operative material. The volumes are arranged in  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
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Named Person: Robert Owen; Robert Owen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gregory Claeys
ISBN: 041514972X 9780415149723
OCLC Number: 56653434
Description: 10 v. (5680 p.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Volume One; 1. Address of the Committee (1819); 2. Farther Address of the Committee (1819); 3. Macnab, Henry. T"he New Views of Mr. Owen of New Lanark Impartially Examined" (1819); 4. - A Vindication of Mr. Owen's Plan for the Relief of the Distressed Working Classes" (1820); 5. - The Source and Remedy of the National Difficulties" (1821); 6. - Report of the Committee Appointed at a Meeting of Journeymen; 7. - Proceedings of the First General Meeting of the British and Foreign Philanthropic Society" (1822); 8. Combe, Abram. - Observations on the Old and New Views" (1823); 9. Combe, Abram. - Metaphorical Sketches of the Old and New Systems - (Edinburgh; 1823); 10. Combe, Abram. - An Address to the Conductors of the Periodical Press" (1824); 11." A Letter to the Working Classes of Edinburgh, on the Formation of New Societies" (1824); 12. [Combe, Abram.] - The New Court - (1825); 13. - Articles of Agreement Drawn up and Recommended by the London Co-operative Society for the Formation of a Community on Principles of Mutual Co-operation" (1825); 14. - Rules for the Observance of the London Co-operative Society" (1825); Volume Two; 15. Combe, Abram. - The Sphere for Joint-stock Companies" (Edinburgh; 1825); 16. Gray, John. - A Lecture on Human Happiness" (1825); 17. - Considerations for Those Who Wish to Unite" (1826); 18. An Address to the Members of Trades' Societies (1827); 19. The Nature and Reasons of Co-operation (1828); 20. A New Theory of Moral and Social Reform (1823-8); 21. Prospectus of a Real Society, Regulated But By One Law (1828); 22. [Pare, William]. An Address Delivered at the Opening of the Birmingham Co-operative Society (Birmingham; 1829); 23. The First London Co-operative Association (1829); 24. [Pare, William.]" An Address, to the Working Classes of Liverpool ... on the Formation of Co-operative Societies - (1829); 25. - Report of the Proceedings at the Third Quarterly Meeting of the BAPCK" (1830); 26. - Words of Wisdom Addressed to the Working Classes - (1830); 27. Baker, F. - The First Lecture on Co-operation - (1830); 28. Baker, F. - The Second Lecture on Co-operation" (1830); 29. - Dialogue Between a Shoe-maker and a Tailor, on the Subject of Co-operation" (1830); 30. McCormac, Henry. - One of the Best Means of Improving the Moral and Physical Condition of the Labouring Classes" (1830); 31. [King, William.] - An Important Address to Trades Unions" (?1830); 32. - Report... of the Fourth Quarterly Meeting ... of the BAPCK" (1830?); 33. M'Cormac, Henry. - An Appeal in Behalf of the Poor - (1831); Volume Three; 34. Thompson, William. - Practical Directions for the Speedy and Economical Establishment of Communities - (1830); 35. [Campbell, Alexander.] - An Address on the Progress of the Co-operative System" (1831); 36. [King, William.] - The Workings of Money" [1831](9 pams); 37. - Proceedings of the Second Co-operative Congress" (1831); 38. - Principles, Objects and Laws of the First Salford Co-operative Association" (1831); 39. Rosser, Charles. - Thoughts on the New Era of Society" (1831); 40. [Warden, Benjamin]. - Rewards of Industry - (1832); 41. Benbow, William. - Grand National Holiday, and Congress of the Productive Classes - (1832); 42. Wayland, Thomas. - National Advancement and Happiness Considered" (1832); 43." Rules and Regulations of the Equitable Labour Exchange" (1832); Volume Four; 44. - Proceedings of the Third Co-operative Congress" (1832); 45. Macconnell, T. - The Signs of the Times" (1832); 46." Remarks on the Rational System" (1832); 47. - Report of the Committee ... at the Equitable Labour Exchange ... Increasing Distress of the Non-Productive and Industrious Classes -
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Gregory Claeys.
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