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Saint-Simon, Claude-Henri de: Science de l'homme. Physiologie religieuse. Paris, V. Masson, 1858. xxi, 487 p.

_______ : Oeuvres choisies de C.-H. de Saint-Simon, precédées d'un essai sur sa doctrine. 2 vol. Bruxelles, Fr. van Meenen et Co., 1859. Tom. I: cxii, 264 p. 1 portr. Tom. II: 455 p.

_______ : Doctrine de Saint-Simon. Première anneé. Exposition. 1829. Paris, Bureau de l'Orgsnisateur, 1830. xl, 327 p.

_______ : Doctrine de Saint-Simon. Exposition. Première anneé. 1828-1829. 2. éd., revue et corrigée. Paris, Bureau de L'organisateur, 1830. 431 p.

_______ : Doctrine saint-simonienne. Résumé général de l'exposition faite en 1829 et 1830. Extrait de la Revue encyclopédique. 2. éd. Paris, Bureau de l'Organisateur et du Globe, 1831. 45 p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. 2. éd. Bruxelles, L. Hauman et Co. 1831. 318 p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. Économie politique et politique. Articles extraits du Globe. Paris, Bureau du Globe, 1831.xi,176p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. Aux artistes du passé et de l'avenir des beaux-arts. Aux élèves de l'école Polyteclnique. Cinq discours, la religion. Dieu. L'humanité. L'héritage. Appel. Lettres sur la religion et la politique. 2. éd. Bruxelles. L. Hauman et Co., 1831. 318p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. A tous. Paris, Librairie saint-simonienne, avr.1832. 79-114p.( In; La prophétie.)

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. Morale. Réunion générale de la famille. Enseignemens du père suprême. Les trois familles. Paris, Librairie saint-simonienne, 1832. 207p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. Politique industrielle et système de la méditerranée. Paris, R. Monsigny,1832.150p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. La prophétie. Articles extraits du Globe. Du 19 février au 20 avril 1832. Ménilmontant. Le 1er juin 1832. Paris, Imprimerie d'Éverat, n.d.75p.

_______ : Religion saint-simonienne. Procès en la cour d'assises de la Seine, les 27 et 28 août 1832. Paris, Librairie saint-simonienne et Johanneau,1832. 405p.1 portrait.

_______ : Nieuw christendom door Saint-Simon. s'Gravenhage, M. de Lyon,1835.iv,84p.

Sargant, William Lucas: Social innovators and their schemes. By William Lucas Sargant, author of The science of social opulence, etc. London, Smith, Elder & Co.,1858.xv,468p.

Saussaye, R. de la: De l'extinction du pauperisme et de l'avenir du travail dans les sociétés modernes. Paris,Guillaumin 1870. 235p.

Say, Jean-Baptiste: Cours complet d'économie politique pratique. Ouvrage destiné à mettre sous les yeux des hommmes d,état,des propriétaires fonciers et des capitalistes,des savans, des agriculteurs,des manufacturiers,des négocians,et en général de tous les citoyens l'économie des sociétés. 5 vol.Tom.I: 2. éd. entièrement revue par l'auteur, publiée sur les manuscrits qu'il a laissés et augmentée de notes par Horace Say, son fils. Paris, Guillaumin, 1840. vii, 676 p. Tom. II: 2. éd. Paris, Guillaumin, 1840. 628 p. Tom. III: Paris, Rapilly, 1828. vii, 472 p. Tom. IV: Paris, Rapilly, 1829. viii, 90 p. Tom. V: Paris, Rapilly, 1829. viii, 393 p.

Scheel, Hans von: Die Theorie der sozialen Frage. Von Dr. H. von Scheel, ordentl. Professor der Staatswissenschaften an der Universität Bern. Jena, F. Mauke, 1871. 159 S.

Schiff, Hermann: Die Ehrenthaton der Bluse odor die Revolutionen des Jahres 1848. 1. Heft. Die französische Revolution. Mit vieler Bildern. Hamburg, Meißner u. Schirges, 1848. 54 S.

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Sebright, J. S.: County reform. Opinion of Sir J. S. Sebright, in reply to a letter from a freeholder at Nutford, to Sir J. S. Sebright, on the subject of votes being given to, or withheld from, farmers being tenants at will, or under a lease, for a less term than 21 years. The following answer has been received, to the better understanding of which answer, we subjoin a few explanatory notes. London, Roake & Varty, 1831. 11 p. (In; The real character and tendency of the proposed reform.)

Seebohm, Frederic: The Oxford reformers of 1498: being a history of the fellow-work of John Colet, Erasmus, and Thomas More. London, Longmans, Green, & Co., 1867. xii, 440 p.

[A] select collection of scarce and valuable tracts on money, from the originals of Vaughan, Cotton, Petty, Lowndes, Newton, Prior, Harris, and others. With a preface, notes, and index. London, Political economy club, 1856. xviii, 637 p. (With ex libris of Overstone)

[A] select collection of scarce and valuable tracts and other publications, on paper currency and banking, from the originals of Hume, Wallace, Thornton, Ricardo, Blake, Huskisson, and others. With a preface, notes, and index. London, 1857. xx, 684 p.

Senior, Nassau William: Three lectures on the rate of wages, delivered before the University of Oxford, in Easter term, 1830. With a preface on the causes and remedies of the present disturbances. By Nassau William Senior, of Magdalen College, A.M.; late professor of political economy. London, J. Murray, 1830. xx, 62 p. (Hasbachs Bibliothek) (With signature: W. Hasbach.)

_______ : Statement of the provision for the poor, and of the condition of the labouring classes, in a considerable portion of America and Europe. By Nassau W. Senior, Esq. Being the preface to the foreign communications contained in the appendix to the poor-law report. London, B. Fellowes, 1835. vii, 238 p. (With dedication of the author in his own handwriting: Vis count Howith/from the author.)

[De la] séquestration arbitraire dans les maisons de santé. Nécessité d'adoucir et de modifier le régime de ces établissements et d'en réformer le haut personnel désigné dans une liste spéciale. Paris, 1870. 48 p. (In; Brochures économiques et politiques.)

[Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper]: An estimate of the manners and principles of the times. By the author of Essays on the characteristics, &c. 3. ed. London, L. Davis & C. Reymers, 1757. 221 p. (In; Burke, Edm.: Observations on a late state of the nation.)

[A] short account of the society for equitable assurances on lives and survivorships, established by Deed, inrolled in his Majesty's court of King's Bench, at Westminster. London, J. Bryan & son, 1817. 20, [ii] p. (In; Morgan, W.: Memoires.)

Simon, Ludwig: see, Demokratische Studien.

Sinclair, John: The history of the public revenue of the British Empire. Containing an account of the public income and expenditure from the remotest periods recorded in history, to Michaelmas 1802. With a review of the financial administration of the Right Honorable William Pitt. By Sir John Sinclair, Baronet, M.P. 3. ed. 3 vols. London, T. Cadell & W. Davies, Vol. I: 1803, xvi, 532 p. Vol. II: 1803. v, 411, 63 p. Vol. III: 1804, viii, 320, 196 p. (Hasbachs Bibliotek)

Sismondi, J.-C.-L. Simomd de: Nouveaux principes d'économie politique, ou de la richesse dans ses rapports avec la population; par J.C.L. Simomd de Sismondi, correspondant de l'Institut de France, de l'Académie impériale de Saint-Pétersbourg, de l'Académie royale des sciences de Prusse, membre honoraire de l'Université de Wilna, de l'Académie et de la Société des arts de Genève, des Académies italiennes des Georgofili, de Cagliari, de Pistoia, etc. 2.éd. 2 vol. Paris, Delaunay, 1827. Tom. I: xxiv, 514 p. Tom. II: 506 p.

Sitzung des Gerichtshofes der Paris vom 29. Nov. 1830. 258 S. (The titlepage is missing.)

Sleidanus, Johannes: De quatuor summis imperiis, Babylonico, Persico, Graeco & Romano, libritres. T. Courteau, 1558. 105 p.

Smith, Adam: An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. By Adam Smith, L.L.D. and F.R.S. Formerly professor of moral philosophy in the University of Glasgow. 2 vols. London, W. Strahan & T. Cadell, 1776. Vol. I: [ix,] 510 p. Vol. II: 587 p.

_______ : An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations; by Adam Smith, LL.D. and F.R.S. of London and Edinburgh: one of the commissioners of His Majesty's customs in Scotland; and formerly professor of moral philosophy in the University of Glasgow. With notes, and an additional volume, by David Buchanan. 3 vols. Edinburgh, Oliphant, Waugh & lnnes, 1814. Vol. I: x, 525 p. Vol. II: vii, 542 p. Vol. III: vii, 482, [54] p.

_______ : An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. With notes from Ricardo, M'Culloch, Chalmers, and other eminent political economists. Edited by Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Esq. With life of the author, by Dugald Stewart. A new ed. in 4 vols. London, C. Knight & Co., 1843. Vol. I: cxliv, 329 p. 1 portrait. Vol. II: v, 478 p. 1 portrait. Vol. III: vii, 496 p. 1 portrait. Vol. IV: v, 425 p. 1 portrait.

_______ : The theory of moral sentiments; or an essay towards an analysis of the principles by which men naturally judge concerning the conduct and character, first of their neighbours, and afterwards of themselves. To which is added, a dissertation on the origin of languages. By Adam Smith, LL.D., fellow of the Royal Societies of London and Edinburgh; one of the commissioners of his Majesty's customs in Scotland; and formerly professor of moral philosophy in the University of Glasgow. 6. ed. with considerable additions and corrections. 2 vols. London, A. Straham T. Cadell, W. Greech & T. Bell, 1790. Vol.I: xv, 488 p. Vol. II: [viii,] 462 p.

Smith, John: Memoirs of wool, woolen manufacture, and trade, (particularly England) from the earliest to thn present times; with occasional notes, dissertations and reflections. Vol. I. 2. ed. rev. and enl. London, Printed for the author, 1757.xxxi 432 p.

_______ : see, Allen, Wm.: A plan for diminishing the poor's rates.

Smith, J.E.: see, The shepherd.

[Die] Socialdemokratie vor dem deutschen Reichetage. Entwurf eines Gestzes gegen die gemeingefährlichen Bestrebungen en der Socialdemokratie nebst Motiven und Anlagen. 5 Hefte in 1 Bd. Hamburg, Genossenschafts-Buchdruckerei, 1878. 1. Heft: 50 S. 2. Heft: 143 S. 3. Heft: 516 S. 5. Heft: 148, iv S.

[The] social reformers' almanack. For 1841, being the first year after leap year. Leeds, J. Hobson. 1 p. (Full-sized sheet)

Socialisme. Trois leçons du professeur E. Cherbuliez sur Fourier, son école et système, reproduites et réfutées par un ministre du saint évangile. Paris, la Librairie de l'école sociétaire, 1844. xii, 490 p.

Some thoughts on the interest of money in general, and particularly in the publick funds. With reasons for fixing the same at a lower rate, in both instances, with regard especially to the landholders. London, J. Roberts, n.d. [1739 or 40.] 114p.

Spence, Thomas: Pigs' meat; or, lessons for the [Vol. III: people. Alias (according to Burke)] swinish multitude. Published in penny numbers weekly. Collected by the poor man's advocate (an old [Vol.III persecuted] veteran in the cause of freedom) in the course of his reading for more than twenty years. Intended to promote among the labouring part of mankind proper ideas of their situation, of their importance, and of their rights. And to convince them their forlorn condition has not been entirely overlooked and forgotten nor their just cause uupleaded, neither by their maker, nor by the best and most enlightened men of all ages. 3 vols. London, T. Spence, n.d. [1794] Vol. I: 284, [iv] p. Vol.II: 284,[iv]p.Vol.III: 284,[iv]p.

_______ : The Meridian sun of liberty; or, the whole rights of man displayed and most accurately defined, in a lecture read at the Philosophical Society in Newcastle, on the 8th of November, 1775, for printing of which the society did the author the honor to expel him. To which is now first prefixed, by way of preface, a most important dialogue between the citizen reader, and the author. London, Printed for the author, 1796. 12 p.

_______ : The constitution of a perfect commonwealth: being the French constitution of 1793. Amended, and rendered entirely conformable to the whole rigists of man. With a preface, shewing how to study politics. By T. Spence, author and publisher of that best repository of found and standard politics, entitled Pig's Meat, and of several tracts on the imprescriptible rights of mankind. 2. ed. London, Printed and sold by the author, 1798. x, 24 p.

_______ : The restorer of society, to its natural state, in a series of letters to a fellow citizen. With a preface, containing the objections of a gentleman who perused the manuscript, and the answers by the author. Printed for the author, 1801. 41 p.

Spence, William: Tracts on political economy. Viz. 1. Britain independent of commerce; 2. Agriculture the source of wealth; 3. The objections against the corn bill refuted; 4. Speech on the East India trade. With prefactory remarks on causes and cure of our present distresses, as originating from neglect of principles. laid down in these works. By William Spence, Esq. F.L.S. Londen, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, 1822. xliv, 265 p.

Stahr, Adolf: see, Demokratische Studien.

[The] state of the nation for the year 1747, and respecting 1748. Inscribed to a member of the present Parliament. London, M. Cooper, 1747. xvi, 68 p.

Stein, Lorenz: Der Socialismus und Communismus des heutigen Frankreichs. Ein Beitrag zur Zeitgeschichte von L. Stein, Professor in Kiel. 2. umgearb. u.sehr verm. Ausg. 2 Bde, in 1 Bd. Leipzig O.Wigand, 1848. xvi, 592 S.

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_______ : Die industrielle Gesellschaft. Der Sozialismus und Communismus Frankreichs von 1830 bis 1848. Leipzig, 0. Wigand, 1850. 330 S.

Stephani, Heinrich: Anmerkungen zu Kants metaphysischen Anfangsgründen der Rechtslehre. Erlangen, J.J. Palm, 1797. 125 S.

Steuart, James: An inquiry into principles of political oeconomy: being an essay on the science of domestic policy in free nations. In which are particularly considered population, agriculture, trade, industry, money, coin, interest, circulation, banks, exchange, public credit, and taxes. By Sir James Steuart, Bart. 2 vols. London, A. Millar & T. Cadell, 1767. Vol.I: xv, [xii], 639 p. 1 table. Vol. II: [xiv],646,[xiii] p. 1 table.

_______ : The works, political, metaphisical, and chronological, of the late Sir James Steuart of Coltness, Bart. Now first I collected by General Sir James Steuart Bart., his son, from his father's corrected copies. To which are subjoined anecdotes of the author. 6 vols. London, T. Cadel & W. Davies, 1805. Vol. I: xx, 444 p. 1 tab. Vol. II: xx, 441 p. Vol. III: xx, 467 p. Vol. IV: vii, 416 p. Vol. V: vi, 415 p. Vol. VI: viii, 391 p. 1 table.

Stewart, Dugald: The collected works of Dugald Stewart, Esq., F.R.S.S., honorary member of the Imperial Academy of Sciences at St. Petersburg; member of the Royal Academies of Berlin and of Naples; of the American Societies of Philadelphia and of Boston; honorary member of the Philosophical Society of Cambridge; Professor of moral philosophy in the University of Edinburgh. Edited by Sir William Hamilton, Bart., advocate; A.M. (oxon) etc.; corresponding member of the Institute of France; honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; and of the Latin Society of Jena; etc.; professor of logic and metaphysics in the University of Edimburgh. 10 vols. Edinburgh, T. Constable & Co. Vol. I: 2.ed. 1854. xii, 631 p. Vol. II: 1854. xiv, 504 p. Vol. III: 1858. x, 424 p. Vol. IV: 1860.ix, 422 p. Vol. V: 1855. xii, 480 p. Vol. VI: 1859, xv, 416 p. Vol. VII: 1860. ix, 413 p. Vol. VIII: 1855. xxvii, 452 p. Vol. IX: 1855. xiii, 493 p. Supplementary vol.: 1860. 371 p.

Stieber: see, Wermuth: Die Communistenverschwörungen.

Storch, Heinrich: Handbuch der National-, Wirtschaftslehre von Heinrich Storch, kaiserlich russischem Staatsrathe und Ritter des St. Annen-Ordens, Lehrer der beiden Grossfürsten, Mitgliede der St. Petersburger und der Münchner Akademie und mehrerer anderer gelehrter Gesellschaften. Aus dem französischen, mit Zusätzen, von D. Karl Heinrich Rau, ordentlichem Professor der Kameralwissenschaft und zweitem Universitätsbibliothekar in Erlangen. 3 Bde. Hamburg, Perthes und Besser. Bd. I: 1819, xx, 492 S. Bd. II: 1819, vii, 518 S. Bd. III: 1820, vi, 498 S. 11 Tafel.

Streckfuß, Adolph: Robert Blum. Sein Leben, sein Wirken. Ein Buch für das Volk, nach den besten Quellen bearbeitet. Berlin, W. Corduan, 1850. 398 S. (With signature: Edmund van Hager.)

Stromeyer, Franz: Organisation der Arbeit. Belle-Vue, Verlags- und Sortimentsbuchhandlung, 1844. vi, 474 S. (Abhülfe der Arbeiternoth durch Organisation der Arbeit. 1. Lieferung.)

Struve, Gustav von: see, Actenstücke der Censur.

Süßmilch, Johann Peter: Die göttliche Ordnung in den Veräderungen des menschichen Geschlechts, aus der Geburt, Tod, und Fortpflantzung desselben erwiesen von Johann Peter Süßmilch, Prediger beym hochlöblichen Kalcksteinischen Regiment. Nebst einer Vorrede Herrn Christian Wolffens. Berlin, J.C. Spener, 1741. 40, 356 S. 18 Tab.

_______ : Die göttliche Ordnung in denen Veränderungen des menschichen Geschlechts, das ist, grüdlicher Beweiß der göttlichen Vorsehung und Vorsorge für das menschliche Geschlechte aus der Vergleichung der gebohrnen und sterbenden, der verheiratheten und gebohrnen, wie auch insonderheit aus der beständigen Verhältniß der gebohrnen Knaben und Mädgens, wobey accurate und vieljährige Listen der gebohrnen und gestorbenen in allen Königl. Preußischen Ländern, in London, Amsterdam, Paris, Wien, Berlin, Breßlau etc., daraus der Wachsthum und die Anzahl der Einwohner in selbigen Ländern und Städten bestimmet wird, nebst einem Versuch,die Verhältniß der sterbenden nach dem Alter und nach denen Kranckheiten zu bestimmen und einer Anweisung zur nützlichen Einrichtung der Kirchen-Bücher u.s.w. Herausgegeben von Johann Peter Süßmilch, Prediger bey dem hochlöblichen Klacksteinischen Regiment. Nebst einer Vorrede Herrn Christian Wolffens. Berlin, D. A. Gohls, 1742. 40, 356 S. 18 Tab


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