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[Cabet, Etienne] Réquisitoire, arrêt par défant, autorisation de la chambre. Paris, Ronanet, 1833. 34 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

________ : Persécution à l'occasion des 5 et 6 juin. 2. partie. Paris, Rouanet,1833. 28 p.(In; Faits préliminares.)

________ : Correspondance avec Louis-Philippe, dupont de l'Eure, Barthe, etc., sur la marche du gouvernement depuis le 1 août 1830. Paris, Rouanet, 1833. 51 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

________ : Procès devant la cour d'assisse de Paris contre M. Cabet, ex-procureur-général en corse, députe de la Côte-d'or. 5. partie. Paris, Rouanet, 1833. 52 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

________ : Faits préliminaires au procés devant la cour d'assises contre M. Gabet, député de la Côte-d'or. 4. partie. Conférence du 6 juin 1832, entre S. M. Louis-Philippe et MM. Laffitte, Odilon-Barot et Arago. Paris, Rouanet, 1833. 24 p.

________ : M. Cabet défendu et justifié par S. M. Louis-Philippe, MM. de Broglie, Thiers, Soult, et autres ministres, MM. Persil, Madier-Montjau, Viennet, et autres députés. 6. partie. Paris, Rouanet, 1833. 35 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

________ : Révolution de 1830 et situation présente (novermbre 1833) expliquées et éclairées par les révolutions de 1789, 1792, 1799 et 1804 et par la Restauration. 3. éd. 2 vols. Paris, Deville-Cavellin et Pagnerre, 1833. Tom. I: 264 p. Tom. II: 244 p.

________ : La justice d'avril. Lettre à M. Guizot. Par M. Cabet, ancien député de la Côte-d'or. Paris, Pagnerre, 1835. 16 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

________ : Histoire populaire de la Révolution française de 1789 à 1830 précédée d'une introduction contenant le précis de l'histoire des français. 4 vol. Paris, Pagnerre. Tom. I: 1839, x, 548 p. Tom. II: 1839, 567 p. Tom. III: 1830, 574 p. Tom. IV: 1840, 636 p.

________ : Le démocrate devenu communiste malgré lui ou réfutation de la brochure de M. Thoré intitulée du communisme en France. Paris, Bureau du populaire, 1842. 16 p.

________ : Voyage en Icarie. 5. éd. Paris, Bureau du populaire, 1848. viii, 600 p.

________ : Le vari christianisme suivant Jésus-Christ, par M. Cabet, exprocureur-général, ex-député. 3. éd. Paris, Bureau du populaire, 1848. 636, xii p.

________ : Curieuse lettre du cit. Cabet à Louis-Napoléon. Paris, Bureau du républican, oct. 1851. 15 p.

________ : Lettre du citoyen Cabet à l'archevêque de Paris, en résponse à son mandement du 8 juin 1851. 47 p. (In; Curieuse lettre.)

________ : Poursuites du gouvernement contre M. Cabet, député de la Côte-d'or, directeur du populaire. Paris, Bureau du populaire, 1854. 1. partie: 25 p. 2. partie: 56 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

________ : Procès du journal républicain le patriote de la Côte-d'or, et de l'Association Dijonnaise contre les impots anti-populaires sur les boissons et sur le sel, acquittés à l'unanimité par la cour d'assises de Dijon. n.d. 36 p. (In; Faits préliminaires.)

Camp, Jules du: Histoire de la Révolution do février jusques et y compris le siége de Rome par Jules du Camp continuateur do l'histoire de l'armée, etc. Avec une introduction par Napoléon Dupont-Delporte représentant du peuple. Edition illustrée par MM. Philippoteaux, A. Rousseau, etc. Paris, A. Barbier, 1850. xx, 315 p. illustr.

Campanella, Tomaso: F. Thomae Campanellae de sensu rerum et magia, libri quatuor, pars mirabilis occultae philosophiae, ubi demonstratur, mundum esse dei vivam statuam, beneque congnoscenten; omnesque illius partes, partiumque particulas sensu donatas esse, alias clariori, alias obscuriori, quantus sufficit ipsarum conservationi ac totius, in quo consentiunt; & fere omnium naturae arcanorum rationes aperiuntur. Tobias Adami recensuit, et nunc primum evulgauit. Francofurti, E. Emmelium, 1620. [xiv,] 371 p. (In; Realis philosophiae epilogisticae.)

________ : F. Thomae Campanellae calabri, ordinis praedicatorum, apologia pro Galileo, mathematico Florentino. Ubi disquiritur, utrum ratio philosophandi, quam Galileus celebrat, faueat sacris scripturis, an aduersetur. Francofurti, G.Tampachius, 1622. 58 p. (In; Realis philosophiae epilogisticae)

________ : F. Thomae Campanellae calabri O.P. realis philosophiae epilogisticae.Partes quatuor, hoc est de rerum natura, hominum moribus, politica, (cui Civitas solis juncta est) & deconomica, cum adnetationibus phystologicis. A Thobia Adami nunc primum editae. Quibus accedent quaestionum partes totidem eiusdem Campanellae cotra omnes sectas veteyes, nouasque, ad naturalem ac christianam philosophiam hiscelibris contentam confirmandam. Francofurti, I. G. Tampachius, 1623. [xxxviii,] 508 p.

________ : La cité du soleil, ou idée d'une république philosophique. Traduite du Latin par Villegardelle. Paris, A. Levavasseur, 1840. 171 p.

________ :Oeuvres choisies de Campanella, précedées d'une notice, par Madame Louise Colet. Poésies, cité du soleil, lettres, fac-similé de l'édcriture de Campanella, jugements et témoignages sur Campanella. Paris, Lavigne, 1844. 338 p. 2 tab.

Campbell, Alexander: Socialism. Public discussion between Mr. Alexander Campbell, socialist missionary, and the Rev. J. T. Bannister, of Coventry, held in Saint Marp's Hall, on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, January 14, 15, & 16, 1839. Carefully revised and corrected. Coventry, H. Merridew, 1839. 119 p.

________ : see, Owen, R.: Debate on the evidences of christianity.

Care, Henry [Compiled by]: English liberties, or the free-born subject's inheritance; containing Magna Charta, Charta de Foresta, the Statute de Tallagio non concedendo, the Habeas Corpus Act, and several other statutes; with comments on each of them. Likewise, the proceedings in appeals of murder: or ship-money; of tonnage and poundage. Of Parliaments, and the qualification and choice of members; of the three estates, and of the settlement of the crown by Parliament. Together with a short history of the succession, not by any hereditary right: also a declaration of the liberties of the subject: and of the oath of allegiance and supremacy. The petition of right; with a short but impartial relation of the difference between Charles I. and the Long Parliament, concerning the prerogative of the King, the liberties of the subject, and the rise of the Civil Wars. Of trials by juries, and of the qualification of jurors; their punishment for misbehaviour, and of challenges to them. Lastly, of justices of the peace, coroners, constables. Churchwardens, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highways, etc. With many law-cases throughout the whole. Compiled first by Henry Care, and now continued, with large additions, by W. N. of the Middle-Temple, Esq; 4. ed. Savoy, A. Bettesworth & John Booke, 1719. [x,] 356 p. (With signature: I. Walder Willington/ Castlewillington / 15 June 1867.)

Carlyle, Thomas: Chartism. 2. ed. London, Chapman & Hall, 1842. 113 p.

[Carpenter, William]: The peoples book; comprising their chartered rights and practical wrongs. London, W. Strange, 1831. lxiii, 427 p.

Cartwright, John: The commonwealth in danger; with an introduction, containing remarks on some late writings of Arthur Young, Esq. London, J. Johnson, 1795. clxxiii, 158 p.

________ : A bill of rights and liberties; or, an act for a constitutional reform of Parliament. London, E. Wilson, 1817. xviii, 40 p.

________ : New preamble and explanatory table of contents, of a Bill of rights and liberties: or, an act for a constitutional reform of Parliament. London, T. Dolby, 1819. 16 p.

Castillon, J. de: Observations sur le livre intitulé systême de la nature. Par M. J. de Castillon. Docteur en droit & en philosophie, de l'Academie royales des sciences & belles-lettres de Berlin, des Sociétés royales de Londres, de Göttingue, de Harlem, de l'Institut de Bologue, &c. Berlin, G. J. Decker, 1771. [xviii,] 549 S.

Chandos, The Marquis of: see, Villiers, C. P.: The speeches.

Chenu, A.: Les conspirateurs par A. Chenu, ex-capitaine des gardes du citoyen Caussidière. Les sociétés secrètes. La préfecture de police sous Caussidière. Les corps-francs. Paris, G. Frères, 1850. 180 p.

________ : Les conspirateurs. 2. partie tirée des memoires d'un montagnard. Bruexlles, J. B. de Mortier, 1850. 126 p.

Cherbuliez, E.: see, Socialisme.

Chevalier, Michel: Lettres sur l'Amérique du Nord. Avec une carte des Etats-Unis d'Amérique. Tom. I. Bruxelles, Hauman, 1837. 484 p.

________ : Lettres sur l'organisation du travail, ou études sur les principales causes de la misère et sur les moyens proposés pour y remédier. Paris, Capelle, 1848. 515 p.

________ : Question des travailleurs. L'amélioration du sort des ouvriers. Les salaires. L'organisation du travail. Par M. Michel Chevalier, professeur d'économie politique au Collége de France. Paris, Guillaumin, 1848. 72 p.

Child, Josiah: A new discourse of trade: wherein are recommended several weighty points, relating to companies of merchants; the act of navigation, naturalization of strangers, and our woollen manufactures. The balance of trade, and nature of plantations; with their consequences, in relation to the kingdom, are seriously discussed. Methods for the employment and maintenance of the poor are proposed. The reduction of interest of money to 4 1. per cent is recommended. And some proposals for erecting a court of merchants, for determining controversies relating to maritime affairs, and for a law for transferring of bills of debts, are humbly offer'd. To which is added, a short, but most excellent treatise of interest. By Sir Josiah Child, Baronet. 4. ed. London, F. Hodges etc., nd. xlvi, 260 p.

[The] civil war in France. Address of the General Council of the International Working-men's Association. 3. rev. ed. London, Council by E. Truelove, 1871. 34 p.

Clarendon, Edward Hyde: Religion and policy and the countenance and assistance each should give to the other. With a survey of the power and jurisdiction of the pope in the dominions of other princes. By Edward Earl of Clarendon, Lord High Chancellor of England, and Chancellor of the University of Oxford. 2 vols. Oxford, Clarendon press, 1811. Vol. I: [viii,] 420 p. Vol. II: 421-711, [xxv] p.

________ : The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, to which is added an historical view of the affairs of Ireland. A new edition, exhibiting a faithful collation of the original ms., with all the suppressed passages; also the unpublished notes of Bishop Warburton. Vol. IV. Oxford, Clarendon press, 1826. 639 p.

________ : The life of Edward Earl of Clarendon, Lord High Chancellor of England, and Chancellor of the University of Oxford: in which is included a continuation of his history of the grand rebellion. Written by himself. A new edition, exhibiting a faithful collation of the original MS., with all the suppressed passages. 2 vols. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1827. Vol. I: vi, 527 p. Vol. II: 488 p.

Clements, Lord: The present poverty of Ireland. Convertible into the means of her improvement, under a well-administered poor law. With a preliminary view of the state of agriculture in Ireland. By Lord Clements, M. P. London, C. Knight, 1838. viii, 178 p.

[Cobbett, William]: A dialogue on parliamentary reform. London, Roake and Varty, 1831. 21 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : A protestant freeman's appeal to the protestant electors of Great Britain and Ireland. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 12 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : An appeal to the electors of England. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 12 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : An address to the supporters of Lord Grey and the friends of reform. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 12 p. (In; The real characters and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : Hints to electors; or, answers to a few plain questions on the new constitution. 2. ed. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 23 p. ( In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : Two letters, addressed to Earl Grey, upon the substance and tendency of the Reform Bill, as introduced into the House of Commons by Lord John Russell. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 35 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : On the laws and liberties of Englishmen. 6. ed. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 21 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : Reasons for contentment, addressed to the labouring part of the British public. Together with the fable of the bee hive. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 24 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : The real character and tendency of the proposed reform. 3. ed. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 36 p.

________ : A word in season addressed to persons desirous of change. London, T. C. Hansard, n.d. 11 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : A plain statement with respect to wages, addressed chiefly to agricultural labourers. 2. ed. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 23 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : Imposture unmasked; in a letter to the labourers & working people of England, on the schemes of the church robbers & revolutionists with regard to the church. By a true Englishman. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 23 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : A true account of the life and death of Swing, the rick-burner; written by one well acquainted with him. Together with the confession of Thomas Goodman, now under sentence of death, in Horsham jail, for rick-burning. A new ed. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 26 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : Effects of reform. Extract from the newspaper called “The Times,” of Wednesday, the 18th of May, 1831. London, Roake & Varty, nd. 11 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ :The new constitution. The bill, the whole bill, and nothing but the bill. 10. ed. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 32 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ :The advantages of reform, as proposed by the present ministers. 9. ed. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 33 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ : A leaf from the future history of England, on the subject of reform in Parliament. 7. ed. London, Roake & Varty, n.d. 12 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

________ :Selections from Cobbett's political works: being a complete abridgment of the 100 volumes which comprise the writings of “Porcupine” and the “Weekly Political Register.” With notes, historical and explanatory. By John M. Cobbett and James P. Cobbett. 6 vols. London, A Cobbett, n.d. Vol. I: xiv, 544 p. Vol. II: iv, 507 p. Vol. III: iv, 523 p. Vol. IV: iv, 527 p. Vol. V: iv, 507 p. Vol. VI: iv, 812 p.

________ : see, Cobbett's weekly political register.

________ : see, Cobbett's weekly register.

________ : see, Cobbett's paper against gold.

________ : see, Cobbett's penny trash.

Colquhoun, Patrick: A treatise on the police of the metropolis; containing a detail of the various crimes and misdemeanors by which public and private property jand security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for their prevention. By P. Colquhoun, LL. D. acting as a magistrate for the counties of Middlesex, Surry, Kent, and Essex.−−For the city and liberty of Westminster, and for the liberty of the Tower of London. 5. ed. revised and enlarged. London, C. Dilly, 1797. xxix, [vi,] 444, xxviii p.

________ :do. 6. ed. corrected and considerably enlarged. London, J. Mawman, 1800. [xii,] xvi, 655, [xxx] p.

________ :A treatise on indigence; exhibiting a general view of the national resources for productive labour; with propositions for ameliorating the condition of the poor, and improving the moral habits and increasing the comforts of the labouring people, particularly the rising generation; by regulations of political economy, calculated to prevent poverty from descending into indigence, to produce sobriety and industry, to reduce the parochial rutes of the kingdom, and generally to promote the happiness and security of the community at large, by the diminution of moral and penal offences, and the future prevention of crimes. By P. Colquhoun, Esq., L. L. D. London, J. Hatchard, 1806. xii, 302, [x] p.

Combe, Abram: Observations on the old and new views, and their effects on the conduct of individuals, as manifested in the proceedings of the Edinburgh christian instructor and Mr. Owen. Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 1823. vi, 25 p.

Comité révolutionnaire. Club des clubs et la commission par Longepied, fondateur président, et Laugier, secrétaire trésorier. Paris, G. Frères, 1850 133 p. (In; Brochures socialistes.)

Competitive versus co-operative labour; or, labour as it is, and labour as it ought to be. Re-printed from the New Moral World. London, The association of all classes of all nations, n.d. 12 p.

Comte, Auguste: Le censeur, ou examen des actes et des ouvrages qui tendent à détruire ou a consolider la constitution de l'état. Tom. I. Nouvelle éd. revue et corrigée. Paris, Bureau de l'administration, 1815. vi, 560, 80 p.

Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de: Le commerce et le gouvernement, considérés relativement l'un à l'autre. Ouvrage élémentaire. 2 vol. Paris, F. Dufart, 1795. Tom. I: 276 p. Tom. II: iv, 192 p.

Condorcet, Marie Jean Antoine Marquis de: Essai sur l'application de l'analyse à la probabilité des décisions rendues à la pluralité des voix. Par M. le Marquis de Condorcet, secrétaire perpétuel de l'Académie des sciences, de l'Académie française, de l'Institut de Bologne, des Académies de Pétersbourg, de Turin, de Philadeiphie, et de Padoue. Paris, L'imprimerie royale, 1785. cxci, 304 p.

_______ : Esquisse d'un tableau historique des progrés de l'ésprit humain. Ouvrage posthume de Condorcet. Paris, Agasse, 1795. viii, 389 p.

Coningham, William: The self-organized co-operative associations in Paris & the French Republic. A public lecture, delivered in the Town Hall, Brighton, July 28, 1851. Palmer & Clayton, 1851. 24 p.

Considerant, Victor: Contre M. Arago. Réclamation adressée à la Chambre des Députés par les rédacteurs du feullieton de la Phalange. Suivi de la théorie du droit de propriété. Paris, Bureau de la Phalange, 1840. 80 p.

_______ : Le socialisme devant le vieuz monde ou le vivant devant lea morts. Par Victor Considerant représentant du peuple suivi de Jesus-Christ devant les conseils de guerre. Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848. vii, 264, 21, 48 p.

_______ : do. 2. éd. augmentée par Victor Meunier. Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1848. vii, 264 p.

_______ : Les quatre crédits ou 60 milliards a 11/2 p. 100. Crédit de l'immeuble. Crédit du meuble engagé. Credit du meuble libre ou du produit. Crédit du travail. Paris, Librairie phalanstérienne, 1851. vii, 167 p.

_______ : Ma justification. Bruxelles, Universelle de Rozez, 1854. 47 p.

Considerations on the trade and finances of this kingdom, and on the measures of administration, with respect to those great national objects since the conclusion of the peace. 2. ed. London, J. Wilkie, 1766. 119 p.

Considerations upon the state of public affairs at the beginning of the year 1796. 4. ed. London, J. Owen, 1796. 97 p. (In; Peace and reform.)

Constitution and rules of the Association of all classes of all nations. Established 1st May, 1835. Revised by the Congress, held in the Social Institution, Great George-street, Salford, May, 1838. Birmingham, J. Guest, 1838. 23 p.

Cooper, Robert: see, The London investigator.

Cooper, Thomas: Lectures on the elements of political economy. M. Colbert to a Committee of Merchants. Gentlemen, what measures can Government adopt to promote the interests of commerce? Merchants. Let us alone. Permit us quietly to manage our own business. By Thomas Cooper, M. D. president of the South Carolina College, and professor of chemistry and political economy. 2. ed. with additions. Columbia & London, M'Morris and Wilson, 1831. vi, 366, [17] p. 1 portrait.

_______ : see, The plain speaker.

Cotton, John: see, A select collection.

Craon, La Princesse de: Thomas Morus Lord Chancelier du royaume d'Angleterre au XVIe siècle. 2 vol. Haye, J. Frank, 1833. Tom. I: 277 p. Tom. II: 258 p.

_______ : do. Tom. I. Bruxelles, J. P. Meline, 1833. 277 p.

Cross, Maurice: see, Selections from the Edinburgh review.


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