The English Cabinet

Pamphlets and books

The bibliographical details of 910 books and pamphlets from the ‘English Cabinet’ were transcribed from duplicate index cards copied in 1975 and a published bibliography checked against the original cards. This is the only digitised listing of the chartist and radical English-language books, pamphlets and periodicals collected by Riazanov and his colleagues. The period covered is principally the nineteenth century, although titles from the late eighteenth and early twentieth centuries are also included. However, the index cards accessed in 1975 did not include the IML’s Robert Owen collection and only represent a small section of the entire ‘English Cabinet’. The complete collection can be searched online at the The Centre of Social and Political History.


Acland, Arthur H. Dyke and Benjamin JonesWorking men co-operators136pLondonCassell1884
Acland, Arthur H. Dyke and Benjamin JonesWorking men co-operators (revised edition)212pManchesterManchester Co-operative Union1922
Adair, A. ShaftoThe winter of 1846-7 in AntrimNot knownLondonNo publisher1847
Adams, JohnAn answer to Paine's 'Rights of man'48pLondonStockdale1793
Adams, JohnObservations on Paine's 'Rights of man', in a series of letters by Publicola. 3rd edition.48pEdinburgh Dickson1792
Adolphus, J.The political state of the British empire... (4 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1818
Ady, W. B.Condition of the labourer in agricultural parishes44pLondonParker1850
Agricultural Protection SocietyAn answer from R. Baker, of Writtle, to Earl Ducie. Published for the Agricultural Protection Society12pLondon and EdinburghBlackwood1844
Agricultural Protection SocietyTo artisans and labourers. Printed for the Agricultural Protection Society…4pBradburyWhitefriars[1840]
Aiken, P. F.The People's Charter; and Old England for ever12pBristolNo publisher1839
Alison, Ar[thur]England in 1815 and 18454,94pLondonNo publisher1845
Allen, WilliamColonies at home: or the means for rendering the industrious labourer independent of parish relief; and for providing for the poor population of Ireland… 2nd edition 27pLindfield, SussexNo publisher1827
Anderson, JamesExtract from an inquiry into the nature of the Corn Laws; with a view to the new corn-bill, proposed for Scotland 7pEdinburghNo publisher1777
Anglo-Catholicus (pseud.)Monastic and manufacturing systems. By Anglo-Catholicus. Reprinted from The Morning Post. (Defective copy: no cover)39pLondonPainter1843
Anonymous(An appeal to the people, on the) Pitt's Act, to prevent sedition meetings12pNo placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousA brief account of the chartist out break at Llanidloes in the year 1839. Compiled from various sources by E. H.32pLlanidloesPryse1867
AnonymousA clear idea of the good old British constitution, and the five rights of an Englishman8pNo placeNo publisher[c.1790]
AnonymousA diagram, illustrative of the formation of the human character, suggested by Owen's development of a new view of society15pLondonWheatley and Adlard1827
AnonymousA dialogue on parliamentary reform. 3rd edition23pLondonNo publisher1831
AnonymousA few plain questions to the working people of Scotland15pNo placeNo publisher1793
AnonymousA few thoughts on political subjects submitted to the considerations of the manufacturers and others in the west of Scotland43pEdinburghNo publisher1792
AnonymousA full and authentic account of the dreadful riots at Manchester, Macclesfield etc. etc. by an eye-witness16pLondonPrinted for Cowie1819
AnonymousA grasping queen, and her pauper whelps. A flunkey premier, a rotten Parliament[8p]LondonNo publisherNo date
AnonymousA leaf from the future history of England, on the subject of reform in Parliament. 7th edition (Defective copy: missing title page)12p[London]No publisher[1831]
AnonymousA letter addressed to the christian advocate relative to the Society of Friends by O. J. R.Not knownIpswichNo publisher1836
AnonymousA letter addressed to the members of both houses of parliament, on the distresses of the hand loom weavers, as a remedy for…15pBoltonPrinted by Martin 1834
AnonymousA letter from a crow to Mr. Cobden. Translated from the original, by a Northamptonshire squire4p[London]No publisher[1844]
AnonymousA letter to his grace the duke of Wellington, containing practical suggestions, founded on simple principles, for the regulating of the currency; the relieving of the country from pauperism and a redundant population; and for the preventing, detecting, and correcting of crime. By an EnglishmanNot knownLondonRidgway1828
AnonymousA letter to John Bull, esq., showing the advantages of a division of land. By a friend8pBirminghamNo publisher[1819]
AnonymousA letter to Mr. Hogan upon his extraordinary 'Appeal' with a cursory remark on… Cobbett's recommendation of it; a clue to discover the real donor of the banknotes; and a hint to… Thomas Hague. 3rd edition26pLondonStockdale1808
AnonymousA letter to Sir Robert Gifford, his majesty's attorney-general. By a radical reformer16pLondonNo publisher1819
AnonymousA letter to Sir Samuel Shepherd, knt., his majesty's attorney-general, upon the subject of his prosecutions of Richard Carlile, for publishing Paine's 'Age of reason'28pLondonR. Carlile1819
AnonymousA letter to the earl of Liverpool, on the probable effect of a great reduction of corn prices by importation108pLondonNo publisher1814
AnonymousA letter to the farmers and manufacturers in Great Britain and Ireland on the audacious attempts of obscure and unprincipled men to subvert the British governmentNot knownLondonNo publisher1792
AnonymousA letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke in reply to his 'Reflections on the revolution in France, etc.' By a member of the Revolution Society4,55pLondonNo publisher1790
AnonymousA letter to William Cobbett. (Signed: a Briton)8p[Birmingham]No publisher[1819]
AnonymousA new dialogue between Monsieur Francois and John English, on the French revolution14pLondonNo publisher[1794]
AnonymousA New Year's gift to the people of Great Britain: containing the resolutions of a society, in which the rights of men, liberty, equality, etc. are separately considered23pEdinburghNo publisher1793
AnonymousA radical mis-represented, or truly represented, or a two-fold character of radicalism: to which is added a brief history of the rise and fall of the island of Peterloo30pLondonAndrews1820
AnonymousA razor for the Whig; or an address to the electors of Great Britain on the approaching dissolution of parliament. By a friend to church and king79pBristolNo publisher1832
AnonymousA review of the Anti-Jacobin, critical and monthly reviews39pLondonNo publisher1803
AnonymousA scrap for the New Year; or the cause of national distress briefly considered24pYorkNo publisher1830
AnonymousA short but serious address to the manufacturers, yeomanry, and tradesmen of Great Britain and Ireland
35pLondonNo publisher1791
AnonymousA word in favour of the trades' unions, by an operative stone mason (J. D. M.)16pLondonSmyth1834
AnonymousA yarn spun for the use of the son of the cotton-spinner. By an operative20pLondonWilson1835
AnonymousAdditional remarks on the effect produced on a country's trade by foreign duties on its exports22pLondonOllivier1846
AnonymousAdvantages of reform as proposed by the present ministers. 6th edition33pLondonRoakeNo date
AnonymousAesop in Downing Street. Part I23pLondonRoake1831
AnonymousAn address from John Bull to his fellow-countrymen. In prose and verse8pBirminghamPrinted for T. Wood1819
AnonymousAn address to his fellow townsmen, by an old plater8pNo placeS. L. Knott1819
AnonymousAn address to the labourers, on the subject of destroying machinery8pLondonKnight1830
AnonymousAn address to the people of Great Britain, containing a comparison between the republican and reforming parties... By a friend to liberty, property, and reform 104pEdinburghNo publisher1793
AnonymousAn address to the supporters of Lord Grey and the friends of reform 12pLondonRoake and Varty1831
AnonymousAn address to the two Houses of Parliament on the importance of the Corn Laws to the national revenue. 2nd edition(vi),23pLondonNo publisher1817
AnonymousAn answer of the friends of reform in Sheffield, summoned to take into consideration the letter of the London Corresponding Society on the subject of a proposed meeting4pLondonNo publisher1797
AnonymousAn answer to the second part of 'Rights of man'; in two letters to the author60pLondonPrinted for Rivington1792
AnonymousAn appeal to Britons. By a friendNot knownNorwichNo publisher1794
AnonymousAn appeal to the electors of England 12pLondonRoake and Varty1831
AnonymousAn appeal to the men of Yorkshire, on the great measures of government for reducing the bread tax, and the duties on timber and sugarNot knownLondonBrettell1841
AnonymousAn appeal to the people of England of free corn; pointing out the vital importance of the subject, and how it immediately interests every individual in the realm. 2nd edition40pLondonSimpkin and Co. 1834
AnonymousAn appeal to the people of England; with remarks on Dr. Priestley's letters to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke33pNo placeNo publisher1791
AnonymousAn appeal to the people, on the two despotic bills, now defending in Parliament40pLondon[Eaton]1795
AnonymousAn appeal to tradesmen in town and country. By one of themselves8pLondonOlliver1844
AnonymousAn authentic narrative of the events of the Westminster election, which commenced on Saturday, February 13th, and closed on Wednesday, March 3rd, 1819
(vii),412pLondonNo publisher1819
AnonymousAn earnest plea both for the poor, and for the rich. A letter to Sir Robert Peel… by a parochial clergyman15pLondonSimpkin1842
AnonymousAn impartial narrative of the late melancholy occurrences in Manchester58pLiverpoolFisher1819
AnonymousAnswers to certain objections made to Sir Robert Peel's bill for ameliorating the condition of children employed in cotton factories74pManchesterNo publisher1819
AnonymousArtisans, farmers and labourers38pLondonRidgway1839
AnonymousBritish taxes dissected. Being a plain letter addressed to the working men of Great Britain and Ireland. By one of the council of the National Political Union16pLondonNational Political Union1833
AnonymousChartism and the Charter defended8pNo placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousCobbett's gridiron: written to warn farmers of their danger; and to put land-holders, mortgagers, lenders, borrowers, the labouring, and indeed all classes of the community on their guard32pLondonStemman1822
AnonymousConsiderations on Mr. Paine's pamphlet on the 'Rights of man'75pEdinburgh/ LondonPrinter for Greech/Cadell1791
AnonymousCo-operative societies and the income tax8pManchesterNo publisher1884
AnonymousCotton lords versus landlords54pLondonNo publisher1839
AnonymousDialogue on parliamentary reform. 3rd edition31pLondonRoake1831
AnonymousEffects of machinery on manual labour and on the distribution of the produce of industry8pLondonWatson1830
AnonymousEquality, as consistent with the British constitution: in a dialogue between a master manufacturer and one of his workmen8pBirminghamPrinted by Jabet and Moore [1819]
AnonymousExistence of God, and the dancing devils in heaven[6p]No placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousFacts and observations illustrative of the evils of the law, which prohibits the exportation of machinery31pManchesterThomson1841
AnonymousFlower of the Jacobins. 3rd edition(xvi),84pLondonNo publisher1793
AnonymousFree trade with reference to its effects upon the operative classes, briefly considered…16pLondonPainter1844
AnonymousFriends of the people: addressed to the people, on the subject of the reform of parliament28pLondonNo publisher1793
AnonymousHelot's defence of himself, O'Connell, and catholic emancipation with a word for Hume, Cobbett, 'The shopocracy' and middle classes, against the attacks of the editor of the Poor Man's Guardian16pLondonBerger1834
AnonymousHints to electors; or, answers to a few plain questions on the new constitution. 2nd edition23pLondonRoake and Varty1831
AnonymousHints to the ministers of state, land-owners, merchants and manufacturers on the subject of radical reform. In two letters. By a friend to the poor12pManchesterFor the author1819
AnonymousHistorical account of the Luddites of 1811, 1812, 1813 with report of their trials at York Castle from the 2nd - 12th January 1813135pHuddersfieldCowgill1862
AnonymousHome colonization! Liberty futher defined8pNo placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousHomes of the poor, and the Board of Works swindle. By one of ye hungry-gutted[8p]No placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousKing Omega's vision; or, a Midsummer Night's Dream in 183111pLondonNo publisher1831
AnonymousLand usurpers and money changers. Dedicated to the people. By a national reformer8pLondonOffice of the Republican[1848]
AnonymousLast battle after the coming struggle: a study for christians, infidels and the man of sin32pLondonGreen1853
AnonymousLeeds reform meeting. Held on Hunslet-Moor, September 20th, 1819. 4th edition23pLeedsBaines1819
AnonymousLetter to the king. By one of the people31pLondonNo publisher1831
AnonymousLetter to the prince of Wales8pLondonNo publisherNo date
AnonymousLetters of Anti-Radical (3 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1831
AnonymousLetters on the impolicy of a standing army, in time of peace. And, on the unconstitutional and illegal measure of barracks; with a postscript, illustrative of the real constitutional mode of defence for this island. Containing also a short review of the effects which are produced by a standing army, on morality, population and labour90pLondonD. J. Eaton1793
AnonymousLetters on the utility and policy of employing machines to shorten labour, occasioned by the late disturbances in Lancashire: to which are added some hints for the futher extension and improvement of our woolen trade and manufactures9pLondonBeckett1780
AnonymousLiberty and equality: treated of in a short history addressed from a poor man to his equals39pLondonNo publisher1792
AnonymousMachinery: its tendency, viewed particularly in reference to the working classes. By an artizan. (Defective copy: no cover)31pLondon Fox1843
AnonymousManchester riots. A full (and authentic) account of the dreadful riots at Manchester, Macclesfield, etc. By an eyewitness16pLondonNo publisher[1819]
AnonymousMemoranda of the chartist agitation in Dundee8pNo placeKidd1889
AnonymousNew constitution 'the bill, the whole bill and nothing but the bill'. 10th edition32pLondonRoakeNo date
AnonymousNew view of society. Tracts relative to this subject, viz. proposals for raising a colledge of industry of all useful trades and h[us]bandry43,24,83pLondonPublished by R. Owen, printed for Longman1818
AnonymousObservations on the factory system31pLondonFox1844
AnonymousOn the law and liberties of Englishmen. 6th edition21pLondonNo publisher1831
AnonymousOpinions of modern philosophers and statesmen on war and warlike armaments ('Rights of labour defended…') (Defective copy: no title page)8p[London]No publisherNo date
AnonymousPeterloo massacre, containing a faithful narrative of the events which preceded, accompanied, and followed the fatal 16th of August, 1819…, nos. 1-14. Edited by an observer216pManchesterNo publisher1819
AnonymousPoetry of the Anti-Jacobin. 2nd edition248pLondonNo publisher1854
AnonymousProtection of British agriculture. An essay showing the ruinous effects which a free trade in corn would…16pLondonNo publisher1844
AnonymousProtestant freeman's appeal to the protestant electors of Great Britain and Ireland12pLondonRoake1831
AnonymousReasons for demanding investigation into the charges against Lord Palmerston19pGlasgowCollins1840
AnonymousReflections on the Irish conspiracy; and on the necessity of an armed association in Great Britain148pLondonNo publisher1797
AnonymousReform becomes revolution if you already have liberty! A second letter to the king by 'The silent member' of Blackwood's Magazine. 3rd edition70pLondonHatchard & Son1831
AnonymousRemarks on the injurious effects of the truck system; with an appendix consisting of affidavits, etc. (Defective copy: no cover)20pDudleyStanley1830
AnonymousRepeal of the union with Ireland considered in its practical bearings. 2nd edition34pLondonRidgway1834
AnonymousReport adopted at a general meeting of the journeymen broad silkweavers held in … petitioning the legislature for a wages protection bill … to which is appended the petition36pLondonMartz1828
AnonymousSad times: a tale of the Luddites by A. L.142pHuddersfieldNo publisher1870
AnonymousShort address to workmen on combinations to raise wages12pLondonKnight1831
AnonymousSome observations on the bill now pending in Parliament, for the better support and maintenance of the poor. Prepared for the use of the trustees of the poor, on the parish of Kensington43,2pLondonPrinted for Stockdale1797
AnonymousSome remarks and explanatory observations on a petition to parliament from the merchants and ship owners of Liverpool, praying for the admission to consumption of the…15pLiverpoolRobinson1833
AnonymousSongs for the year 1795, sacred to truth, liberty, and peace; inscribed to the sovereign people6p[London]No publisher1794
AnonymousStrikes prevented: by a Preston manufacturer18pLondonWhittaker & Co.1857
AnonymousTake your choice; reform or ruin. in which every man may learn the true state of things at this time and what that reform is, which alone can save the country!!8pBirminghamPiercy1819
AnonymousThe appeal of the people of Ulster to their countrymen and to the empire at large4p[Belfast]No publisher[1797]
AnonymousThe bad effects of combinations of workmen, in the town and neighbourhood of Bolton-le-Moors17pManchesterNo publisher1823
AnonymousThe birthright of Britons: or the British constitution138pLondonNo publisher1792
AnonymousThe chronicle of the kings of England, from William the Norman to the death of George III. Dedicated to the swinish multitude
Not knownLondonNo publisher1824
AnonymousThe church yard companion being a collection of original epitaphs, in verse, together with various others, selected from the receptacles of the dead. To which are added, some reflections among the tombs 35p[Liverpool]Printed for the author by Bethell1830
AnonymousThe coming struggle among the nations of the Earth; or, the political events of the next fifteen years…32pLondonHoulston1853
AnonymousThe effects of machinery on manual labour and on the distribution of the produce of industry8pLondonWatson1830
AnonymousThe factory lad or, the life of Simon Smike exemplifying the horrors of white slavery (25 wood engravings)194pLondonThomas White1839
AnonymousThe factory system: trades unions strike the operatives remedy8pNo placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousThe factory-child. A poem54pLondonWhittaker, Teacher1831
AnonymousThe financial house that Jack built10pLondonRichardson1819
AnonymousThe first fruits of the French revolution18p[Edinburgh]No publisher[1793]
AnonymousThe grand Midland demonstration at Birmingham, August 6, 183816pBirminghamPrinted by Flindell[1838]
AnonymousThe Habeas Corpus Act. Bulwark of liberty, explained and elucidated. 2nd edition8pLondonCox1817
AnonymousThe last advice of an old father, being a letter from a father in the country to his son in town16pNo placeNo publisher[1793]
AnonymousThe last battle after 'the coming struggle'. A study for christians, infidels, and the man of sin32pLondonGreen1853
AnonymousThe library of reason. Containing a series of articles from the works of ancient and modern authors, in favour of free inquiry. Nos. 1-[13]Not knownLondonNo publisher1851
AnonymousThe living poets of England. (2 vols. - vol. 1 only)Not knownParisNo publisher1827
AnonymousThe miracle. An antidote against French poison16pLondonNo publisher1793
AnonymousThe morality of public men. A letter to the Right Hon. Earl of Derby. (Signed: an Englishman) 3rd edition48pLondonNo publisher1852
AnonymousThe poor man's friend. 3rd editionNot knownLondonNo publisher1794
AnonymousThe progress and prospects of society(xi),272pLondonNo publisher1841
AnonymousThe real character and tendency of the proposed reform36pLondonNo publisher[1831]
AnonymousThe reign of the English Robespierre. Addressed to the nation. By a patriot8pLondonNo publisher1795
AnonymousThe rights of industry, addressed to the working men of the United Kingdom. Capital and labour. 2nd edition213pLondonKnight1831
AnonymousThe rights of labour defended: or the trial of the Glasgow cotton spinners, for the alIedged crime of conspiracy, etc. to maintain or raise the wages of labour, before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on the 10th and 27th November, 1837289pGlasgowRobinson & Co.1837
AnonymousThe rights of the people; containing the principles and a demonstration of the practicability of universal suffrage, without ballot, without oaths, bribery, corruption, vice, riot, tumult, inconvenience, or expense whatever...

(xvi),65pLondonW. Benbow1820
AnonymousThe Shakspearean chartist hymn book. 2nd edition 50pLeicesterNo publisher[1843]
AnonymousThe struggle past. The fallacies, absurdities and presumption, of 'the coming struggle' and similar millenarian raticinations. ('Rights of labour defended…') 5th edition12pEdinburghMacphail1853
AnonymousThe working-man's companion. The results of machinery, namely cheap production and increased employment, exhibited: being an address to the working-men of the United Kingdom216pLondonNo publisher1831
AnonymousThe poor man's friend; or a plan to ameliorate the condition of the poor, and lessen the burthen of parochial expenses… By a loyal subject and friend21pColchesterMarsden1817
AnonymousTo the honorable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled. The humble petition of the undersigned noblemen, gentlemen…Not knownLoughreaKellyNo date
AnonymousTo the political and social reformers of the United Kingdom4pLondonNo publisher[c.1841]
AnonymousTrades unions and strikes99pLondonKnight1834
AnonymousTrials of the persons concerned in the late riots... which commenced Monday, January 2nd, and ended Saturday, January 14th, 18324,151pBristolNo publisher1832
AnonymousTruth and reason against place and pension: being a candid examination of the pretensions and assertions of the society held at the Crown and Anchor... Addressed to John Reeves and his associates
28pLondonNo publisher1793
AnonymousTwo letters, addressed to Earl Grey, upon the substance and tendency of the Reform Bill as introduced into the House of Commons by Lord John Russell35pLondonRoake and Varty1831
AnonymousWar with Holland! November, 18328pLondonRoake[1832]
AnonymousWhat is a revolution? And what are the signs of its approach? A letter to the king by 'The silent member' of Blackwood's Magazine. 3rd edition72pLondonHatchard & Son1831
AnonymousWhat is liberty? How shall we obtain it?8pNo placeNo publisherNo date
AnonymousWhig fraud and English folly! The bill not the bill, nor anything like the bill: being a letter to the people. 4th edition32pLondonBerger1831
AnonymousWhiggery, chartism and truth. Being an exposure of the Whigs, a reply to the misstatements of the Sunderland Herald, and a defence of the chartists8pSunderlandWm & Binns1839
AnonymousWord in favour of the trades' unions by an operative's stone mason16pLondonSmyth1834
AnonymousWord in season! Addressed to persons desirous of change. 2nd edition12pLondonRoake and Varty1831
Anti-Juniper (pseud.)Second letter of Anti-Juniper to his brother radicals8pBirminghamNo publisher[1819]
Appleton, W. A.Trade unions, their past, present and future183pNo placeAllan & Co.1925
Archenholz, J. W.Annalen der brittischen geschichte des jahres 1788-1795, Bd. I-XVIII. T. 1-6, 9-14Not knownTübingenNo publisher1790-1800
Ashburton, LordThe financial and commercial crisis considered40pLondonMurrey1847
Association for Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and LevellersProceedings of the Association for Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers. No. 158pLondonNo publisher[1792]
Association for the Relief of the Manufacturing and Labouring PoorReport of the committee of the Association for the Relief of the Manufacturing and Labouring Poor, laid before the committee of the House of Commons on the Poor Laws24pNo placeNo publisher1819
Attwood, ThomasSpeech of Thomas Attwood, esq., at the town's meeting, against the renewal of the East India Charter. Held… in Birmingham, on Friday, January 8th, 1813. Republished from the Midland Chronicle, of Saturday, January 16th, 181312pBirminghamPrinted by Smith1813
Aylmer, Edward and George EdwardsMemoirs of George Edwards, alias Wards, the acknowledged spy, and principal instigator in the Cato-street plot... 168pLondonNo publisher1820
Babbage, CharlesOn currency or a new system of manufacturing, and on the effect of machinery on human labour. Being three chapters etc. from the 3rd edition of the 'Economy of machinery and manufacturers'31pNo placeKnight1833
Baernreither, J. M.English associations of working men. Translated by Alice Taylor. Preface by J. M. Ludlow473pNo placeSonnenschein1889
Bailey, James NapierPreliminary discourse on the objects, pleasures and advantages of the science of society32pLeedsHobson1840
Bailey, James NapierSophistry unmasked! A refutation of the arguments contained in a pamphlet - written and published by John Brindley, entitled 'A reply to the infidelity and atheism of socialism'32pLeedsHobson1871
Bailey, ThomasRights of labour: with proposals for a new basis for the national suffrage60pLondon/ NottinghamDyer/Renais1844
Bailley, S.A letter to a political economist, occasioned by an article in the Westminster Review on the subject of value101pLondonNo publisher1826
Baines, EdwardHistory of the cotton manufacture in Great Britain18,9,544pLondonNo publisher[1835]
Baines, EdwardThe life of Edward Baines. By his son32[1]pLondonNo publisher1851
Bamford, S[amuel]Passages in the life of a radical and early days. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1844
Bamford, SamuelHours in the bowers. Poems93pManchesterAuthor1834
Barker, JosephReformers almanac and companion to the almanacs for 1848-49each 32pNo placeNo publisher1848-1849
Barlow, J.Advice to the privileged orders in the several states of Europe. Part I156pLondonNo publisher1792
Barraclough, CharlesNew age of reason: the five new commandments or equalization of labour and rest16pNo placeNo publisherNo date
Barton, J.Observations on the circumstances [which] influence the condition of the labouring classes of society
80,9pLondonNo publisher1817
Barton, JohnThe influence of the price of corn on the rate of the mortality 16pBradburyWhitefriarsNo date
Barwis, J. A.A fourth dialogue concerning liberty; containing an exposition of the falsity of the first and leading principles of the present revolutionists in Europe69pLondonNo publisher1793
Batley, J. A.Letter to the Rev. Christopher Wyvill, chairman of the committee of the Yorkshire Association17pLondonPrinted by the Society for Constitutional Information1782
Bayle, PeterThe life of David22pLondonBebbington1861
Beckett, EdmundTrades unionism and its results. Five letters in The Times with some additions31pNo placeLockwood1878
Beddoes, Th[omas]A word in defence of the Bill of Rights, against gagging bills8,4pBristolNo publisher[1795]
Beesly, Edward SpencerLetters to the working classes24pLondonTruelove[187-]
Bell, RichardTrade unionismNot knownLondonNo publisher1907
Bell, W. S.The reformers catechism, or corruption unmasked22pLondonW. S. Bell1832
Benevolus (pseud.)Second letter to the inhabitants of Birmingham. By Benevolus12pBirminghamPrinted by Knott[1819]
Bennet, G.A display of the spirit and designs of those who, under pretext of a reform, aim at the subversion of the constitution and government of this kingdom160pCarlisleNo publisher1796
Bentham, J.Plan of parliamentary reform in the form of a catechism. With reasons for each article151-156pLondonNo publisher1818
Besant, AnnieEnglish republicanism8pLondonFreethought Publishing Co.No date
Besant, AnnieGospel of christianity and the gospel of free thought16pLondonWattsNo date
Besant, AnnieWhy I am socialist8pLondonBesant1886
Birmingham Political UnionA full and accurate account of the proceedings at the grand public dinner given to Thomas Attwood and Joshua Scholefield, members for the borough of Birmingham, at Mr. Beardsworth's repository, September 15th, 18348pBirminghamWebb1834
Birmingham Political UnionAn account of the public entry given by the inhabitants of Birmingham to Thomas Attwood and the London deputation, May 28th, 18327pBirmingham[Birmingham Political Union]1832
Birmingham Political UnionBirmingham Political Union meeting 1832. Report of the proceedings of the public meeting of the inhabitants of Birmingham held on June 25th, 1832. Convened by the council of the Birmingham Political Union for the purpose of expressing their opinion on the Irish Reform Bill and of petitioning the legislature on the subject7pBirmingham[Birmingham Political Union]1832
Birmingham Political UnionBirmingham Political Union public meeting 1832. Report of the proceedings of the public meeting of the inhabitants of Birmingham held on May 10th, 1832. Convened by the council of the Birmingham Political Union for the purpose of determining what measures were necessary to be taken on the resignation of the ministers7pBirmingham[Birmingham Political Union]1832
Birmingham Political UnionCorrected report of the proceedings of the 1st meeting of the Birmingham Political Union held May 17th, 1830 (and many other reports)[15p]Birmingham[Birmingham Political Union]1830
Birmingham Political UnionEssays and articles on subjects connected with popular political economy, illustrative chiefly of the principles of equitable labour exchange1pBirminghamCooper1833
Birmingham Political UnionProceedings of the important town's meeting convened by the Birmingham Political Union and held in the Birmingham Town Hall, January 18th, 183612pBirminghamWebb1836
Birmingham Political UnionReport of the proceedings at a meeting of the inhabitants of Birmingham. Held on October 3rd, 1831. Convened by the council of the Birmingham Political Union for the purpose of petitioning the House of Lords to pass the Reform Bill8pBirmingham[Birmingham Political Union]1831
Birmingham Political UnionReport of the proceedings at the town's meeting, held in Mr. Beardsworth's repository in Birmingham, the 13th December, 183011pBirmingham[Birmingham Political Union][1830]
Birmingham Society for Constitutional InformationBirmingham Society for Constitutional Information. First instituted November 20th, 179224p[Birmingham]No publisher1792
Bisset, R.The life of Edmund Burke. (2 vols.) 2nd editionNot knownLondonNo publisher1800
Blakemore, R.A letter to the Right Hon. Charles B. Bathurst, M.P. on the subject of the Poor LawsNot knownLondonNo publisher1819
Bowdler, J.Reform or ruin: take your choice! 42pLondonNo publisher1797
Bower, SamuelThe peopling of utopia: or the sufficiency of socialism for human happiness: being a comparison of the social and radical schemes…16pBradfordWilkinson1838
Bowles, JohnFarther reflections submitted to the consideration of the combined powers63pLondonNo publisher1795
Bowles, JohnProtest against Thomas Paine's 'Rights of man' addressed to members of a book society in consequence of the vote of their committee for including the above work in a list of new publications resolved to be purchased for the use of the society. 5th edition, with corrections and additions 38pEdinburghDickson1792
Bowles, JohnProtest against Thomas Paine's 'Rights of man' addressed to members of a book society, in consequence of the vote of their committee for including the above work in a list of new publications resolved to be purchased for the use of the society. 3rd edition, with corrections and additions Not knownLondonLongman & Nicol1792
Bowles, JohnThe real grounds of the present war with France. 4th edition89pLondonNo publisher1793
Bowles, JohnTwo letters addressed to a British merchant, a short time before the meeting of the new Parliament in 1796. 4th edition87pLondonNo publisher1796
Bowring, JohnSpeech of Dr. Bowring, on the Factories Regulation Act, in the House of Commons, Monday, May 9th, 1836. (Photocopy)4pLondonNo publisher1836
Boyle, HumphreyReport of the trial of Humphrey Boyle, indicted at the Constitutional Association, as 'a man with name unknown', for publishing an alledged blasphemous and seditious libel as one of the shopmen of Mr. Carlile32pLondonNo publisher1822
Bradlaugh, CharlesThe autobiography of Rev. Bradlaugh. A page of his life. (Illustrated)24pLondonWattsNo date
Bradlaugh, CharlesThe truck law and how to enforce it27pWest BromwichLabour Tribune1888
Brandreth, Jeremiah, and othersThe trials of Jeremiah Brandreth, William Turner, Isaac Ludlam, George Weightman, and others for high treason, under a Special Commission at Derby... on October 16th-25th, 1817. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1817
Bray, J. Fr.Labour's wrongs and labour's remedy; or, the age of might and the age of right. (Photocopy)215pLeedsNo publisher1839
Brereton, Lieut.-Col. And Capt. WarringtonThe courts-martial upon Lieut.-Col. Brereton and Capt. Warrington, for imputed neglect of duty during the Bristol riots, on October 29th-31st, 18312,109pBristolNo publisher1832
Brewster, P.The seven chartist and military discourses (libelled) by the marquis of Abercorn, and other heritors of the Abbey parish(viii),424pPaisleyNo publisher1843
British ConventionThe address of the British Convention assembled at Edinburgh, November 19th, 1793, to the people of Great Britain24pLondonPrinted by Eaton1793
Britton, F. A., editorThree accounts of Peterloo by eyewitnesses (Bishop Stanley, Lord Hylton, J. B. Smith). Edited by F. A. BrittonNot knownManchesterNo publisher1921
Brougham, HenryA letter to Sir Samuel Romilly from Henry Brougham upon the abuse of charities. 8th edition34pLondonNo publisher1818
Brougham, HenryA speech on the present state of the law of the country; delivered in the House of Commons, February 7th, 1828. 4th edition. With corrected report of the speech of the Lord Chancellor in the House of Lords. 3rd edition, London 1834; Speech of Robert Peel in the House of Commons, London, 183348pLondonKnight & Lacey[1828]
Brown, W. L.An essay of the natural equality of men. 2nd edition323pLondonNo publisher1794
Browne, G. L.Narratives of state trials in the XIX century. 1801-1830. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1882
Bruton, F. A.Story of Peterloo written for the centenary August 16th, 1919 by F. A. Bruton. (Illustrated)45pManchesterLongmans Green1919
Bullcalf, PeterHistory of John Bull and his three sons8pLondonEvans1819
Buller, C.Ten Hours' Factory Bill. The speech of C. Buller in the House of Commons, on Friday, March 22nd, 1844, in support of Lord Ashley's amendment26pLondonOllivier1844
Bullock, R.On mending the times: addressed to the author's friends and acquaintances engaged in manufacture; briefly showing the true cause of low wages16pMacclesfieldNo publisher1833
Burdett, Sir FrancisMemoirs of Sir F. Burdett; including an account of the proceedings for his commital to the Tower30pLondon[F.T.A.]1810
Burdett, Sir FrancisSir Francis Burdett to his constituents, denying the power of the House of Commons to imprison the people of England59pLondonBagshaw & Budd1810
Burdett, Sir FrancisSpeech of Sir Francis Burdett at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, July 31st, 1810 on the occasion of dining with his constituents after his liberation from the Tower25pLondonBarker1810
Burdett, Sir Francis and Arthur MorrisProceedings in an action brought by Arthur Morris against Sir Francis Burdett in the court of King's Bench… on the 22nd of February, 1808, and on the motion for a new trial on the 6th of May 180823pLondonMorton1811
Burgess, HenryA letter to the Right Hon. George Conning, to explain in what manner the industry of the people and the productions of the country are connected…Not knownLondonNo publisher1826
Burgess, William and William CobbettCobbett's oppression!! Proceedings on the trial of an action between William Burgess, a poor labouring man, and William Cobbett patriot and reformer!! for employing William Aslett, and John Dubber to assault, and falsely imprison the plaintiff …tried of the assizes… the 20th July. Taken in short hand26pLondonGillet1809
Burke, EdmundA letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke to a noble lord on the attacks made upon him and his pension in the House…80pLondonOwen and Rivington1796
Burke, EdmundThe works. (6 vols.)Not knownOxfordNo publisher1906-1907
Burn, Ed[ward]A reply to the Rev. Dr. Priestley's appeal to the public on the subject of the late riots at Birmingham…16pBirminghamNo publisher1792
Burn, J[ames] D[awson]A glimpse at the social condition of the working classes during the early part of the present century. By the author of 'The auto-biography of a beggar boy'4,156pLondonNo publisher[1867]
Burn, James DawsonGlimpse of the social condition of the working classes during the early part of the present century etc. etc. New editionNot knownLondon and ManchesterHeywood1926
Burnett, JohnTrade unions as a means of improving the conditions of labour ('Chains of labour' lectures)36pEdinburghCo-operative Printing Co. 1886
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Campion, William, and othersThe reports of the trials of Wm. Campion, Th. Jefferies, Rich. Hassell, John Clarke, Wm. Haley, Wm. Cochrane and others for the sale of anti-christian publication[s] in the shop of Richard Carlile... Tried for June 1824136pLondonNo publisher1824
Carlile, RichardA parody on the tent-scene, in Richard the third. Principal characters - Lord Castlebrag, Cashman, Brandreth, Turner and Ludlam. From the Independent Whig8pLondonCarlile1818
Carlile, RichardA report of the public discussion between the Rev. John Green and the Rev. Richard Carlile, held at Norwich, August 24th and 28th, 1837Not knownLondonNo publisher[1837]
Carlile, RichardA sketch of the public life and the last trial of Mr. CarlileNot knownLondonNo publisher[1831]
Carlile, RichardBridge-street banditti versus the press. Report tof the trial of Mary-Anne Carlile for publishing a New-Year's address to the reformers of Great Britain. Written by R. Carlile53pLondonNo publisher1821
Carlile, RichardLetter to the Society for the Suppression of Vice on their malignant efforts to prevent a free enquiry after truth and reason 13pLondonNo publisher1819
Carlile, RichardSuppressed defence. The defence of Mary-Anne Carlile to the Vice Society's indictment against the appendix to 'The theological works of Thomas Paine'... 46pLondonNo publisher1821
Carlile, RichardThe moralist; or, a series of essays. Nos. 1-16256pLondonNo publisher[1823]
Carlile, RichardThe report of the proceedings of the Court of King's Bench... on the 12th, 13th, 14th, and 15th days of October; being the mock trials of Richard Carlile, for alledged blasphemous libels, in publishing Th[omas] Paine's 'Theological works' and E. Palmer's 'Principles of nature'Not knownLondonNo publisher1822
Carlile, RichardThe whole proceedings on passing sentence on Richard
Carlile in the King's Bench, Westminster, 16th November, 1819
4p[London]No publisher[1819]
Carlile, RichardVice versus reason. A copy of the bill of indictment found at the Old Bailey sessions, January 16th, 1819, against Richard Carlile for publishing Paine's 'Age of reason'13pLondonCarlile1819
Carlyle, ThomasChartism113pLondonNo publisher1840
Carlyle, ThomasChartism. 2nd edition113pNo placeChapman1842
Carpenter, W[illiam]An outline of the British constitution; or, the poor man's political library: including a complete copy of the Bill of Rights, the Declaration of Rights, the Act of Settlement, etc. etc.16pLondonDolby1819
Carpenter, W[illiam]The people's book; comprising their chartered rights and practical wrongs
6,(lxiii),427pLondonNo publisher1831
Carpenter, W[illiam]The political text book; comprising a view of the origin and objects of government, and an examination of the principal, social and political institutions of England(viii),248pLondonNo publisher1833
Carpenter, WilliamCan the Tories become reformers?32pLondonWakelin1834
Carpenter, WilliamTrial of Charles Southwell (editor of 'Oracle of Reason') for blasphemy before Sir Charles Wetherall, January 14th, 1842. Specially represented by W. Carpenter104pLondonHetherington1842
Cartwright, J[ohn]The commonwealth in danger158pLondonNo publisher1795
Cartwright, J[ohn]The life and correspondence of Major Cartwright. Edited by his niece F. D. Cartwright. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1826
Cartwright, JohnLetters to the Lord Mayor. With an appendix, containing an analysis and new classification of the state of the representation and the House of Commons. Nos. 1-4Not knownLondonWill Hone[1817]
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Castlereagh [Viscount]Correspondence between Viscount Castlereagh (late marquis of Londonderry) and the emperor Alexander of Russia respecting the kingdom of Poland. Vien[n]a, October, November 181435pLondonPrinted by Harrison1847
Cawthorne, J.A letter to the king in justification of a pamphlet entitled, 'Thoughts on the English government' (by J. Reeves)2,118,21pLondonNo publisher1796
Cayley, E. S.Reasons for the formation of the Agricultural Protection Society, addressed to the industrious classes of the United Kingdom 24pLondonOllivier1844
Chalmers, G[eorge]The life of Thomas Paine. By Francis Oldys. 3rd edition129pLondonNo publisher1791
Chalmers, GeorgeThe life of Thomas Paine18pNo placeNo publisher[179-]
Channing, William ElleryLectures on the elevation of the labouring portion of the community30pManchesterHeywood1840
Channing, William ElleryRemarks on the disposition which now prevails to form associations, and to accomplish all objects of organised masses36pLondonRainford1830
Chatterton, DGod and gold, gin and gospel, brandy and brothels, blood and blasters8pLondonNo publisherNo date
Chatterton, D.The commune in England. The organ for smashing up kings, queens, princes and priests, policemen, prigs and paupers, land and moneymongers, and rogues and rascals of all degrees7pNo placeChatterton[1850]
Cheetham, JamesThe life of Thomas Paine2,(xxvii), 187pLondonMaxwell1817
Chip, WillVillage politics. Addressed to all the mechanics, journeymen and day labourers, in Great Britain. By Will Chip, a country carpenter. 12th editionNot knownBathS. Mazard1798
Christie, Th[omas]Ten letters on the revolution of France, and on the new constitution established by the National Assembly: occasioned by the publications of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, and Alexander de Calonne(viii),276, 195pLondonNo publisher1791
Clark, ThomasLetter addressed to G. W. M. Reynolds, reviewing his conduct as a professional chartist, and also explaining who he is and what he is together with copious extracts from his most indecent writings35pLondonClark1850
Clarkson, Th[omas]The history of the rise, progress and accomplishment of the abolition of the African slave-trade348pWilmingtonNo publisher1816
Clifford, R.Application of Barruel's memoirs of Jacobinism to the secret societies of Ireland and Great Britain50pLondonNo publisher1798
Close, F[rancis]Sermon addressed to the chartists of Cheltenham, August 18th, 1839 on the occasion of their attending the parish church in a body24pLondonHamilton Adams & Co.1839
Close, F[rancis]The chartists' visit to the parish church. A sermon, addressed to the chartists of Cheltenham, Sunday, August 18th, 1839, on the occasion of their attending the parish church in a body24pEdinburghNo publisher1840
Close, FrancisA sermon addressed to the female chartists of Cheltenham… August 25th, 1839; on the occasion of their attending the parish church in a body…24pEdinburghWhyte1842
Cobbett, W[illiam]A history of the last hundred days of English freedom
113pLondonNo publisher1921
Cobbett, W[illiam]Big O and Sir Glory: or, 'Leisure to laugh'. A comedy48pLondonNo publisher1825
Cobbett, W[illiam]Poor man's friend: or, useful information and advice for the working classes; in a series of letters to the working classes of Preston, nos. 1-4100pLondonNo publisher[1826]
Cobbett, W[illiam]Preliminary part of paper against gold202pLondonNo publisher1821
Cobbett, WilliamA bone to gnaw for the democrats. By Peter Porcupine. To which is prefixed 'A rod for the backs of the critics' by Humphrey Hedgehog175pLondonNo publisher1797
Cobbett, WilliamA brief exposition of the political opinions of William Cobbett12pLondonNo publisher[1817]
Cobbett, WilliamA full and accurate report of the trial of William Cobbett on Thursday, July 7th, 1831. 2nd editionNot knownLondonNo publisher1831
Cobbett, WilliamA New Year's gift to the democrats; or, observations on a pamphlet, entitled, 'A vindication of Mr. Randolph's resignation'. By Peter Porcupine. 3rd edition71pPhiladelphiaNo publisher1798
Cobbett, WilliamCobbett's ten cardinal virtues. 3rd edition34pManchesterAmbery1832
Cobbett, WilliamDemocratic principles illustrated by example. By Peter Porcupine. Part 1LondonNo publisher1798
Cobbett, WilliamImposture unmasked; in a letter to the labourers and working people of England... by a true Englishman. 3rd edition. (Another edition: Cobbett's 'Imposture unmasked…') 23pLondonNo publisher[1831]
Cobbett, WilliamMr. Cobbett and the Manchester magistrates. Expected arrival of Mr. Cobbett4pLondonPrinted for Dolby1809 [1819?]
Cobbett, WilliamObservation on the character, and motives of Paine in the publication of his 'Age of reason'. By William Cobbett; with an authentic account of his death bed8pBirminghamKnott[1819]
Cobbett, WilliamObservations on the emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the several addresses delivered to him, on his arrival at New York. By Peter Porcupine. 4th edition73pLondonNo publisher1798
Cobbett, WilliamPolitics for the people… 8pBirminghamBirmingham Association for the Refutation and Suppression of Blasphemy and SeditionNo date
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Cobbett, WilliamRead and reflect. One pennyworth of useful wisdom; …a faint picture of the horrors and calamities which have proceeded from the French revolution...8pBirminghamPiercy[c.1800]
Cobbett, WilliamSelections from 'Political works'. Edited by M. Cobbett and J. P. Cobbett. (6 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher[1835-1837]
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Cobbett, WilliamThe life and adventures of Peter Porcupine. By Peter Porcupine himself(ix),58pPhiladelphiaNo publisher1797
Cobbett, WilliamThe life of William Cobbett. Written by himself. 2nd edition(xvi),422pLondonNo publisher1835
Cobbett, WilliamThe poor man's friend, or companion for the working classes… (Defective copy: no cover)32pLondonStemman1826
Cobbett, WilliamThe right of the poor to the suffrage of the People's Charter: or the honesty and justice of the principle of universal suffrage, established and maintained by the late William Cobbett. The Labourer's Library, No. 112pLeedsHobson1841
Cobbett, WilliamThe soldier's friend; or, considerations of the late pretended augmentation of the subsistence of the private soldiers. Written by a subaltern15pLondonNo publisher1793
Cobbett, William and William BurgessProceedings on the trial of an action between William Burgess, a poor labouring man! and William Cobbett, a patriot and reformer!! ...on the 20th of July, 1809
(lv),26pLondonNo publisher1809
Cobden, R[ichard]1793 and 1853, in three letters(v),92,24pLondonNo publisher1853
Cobden, RichardThe national budget for 1849, by Richard Cobden, in a letter to Robertson Gladstone, president of the Financial Reform Association of Liverpool. December 20th,1848…15pLondonStandard of Freedom'1848
Cole, G. D. H. and Filson, A. W., editorsBritish working class movements. Select documents, 1789-1875. Ed. by G. D. H. Cole and A. W. Filson(xii),629pLondonNo publisher1951
Coleridge, J. T.Notes on the Reform Bill. By a barristerNot knownLondonNo publisher1831
Collins, A.A philosophical inquiry concerning human liberty. Preface by J. Priestley(xxiv),80pBirminghamNo publisher1790
Combe, W.A word in season to the traders and manufacturers of Great Britain. (Signed: a true-born Englishman). 6th editionNot knownLondonNo publisher1792
Conciliator (pseud.)An appeal to the artisans of Birmingham. By Conciliator8pBirminghamKnott1819
Conway, Moncure DanielBlasphemous libelsNot knownLondonNo publisher1883
Conway, Moncure DanielLife of Thomas Paine with a history of his literary, political and religious career in America, France and England. To which is added a sketch of Paine by W. Cobbett. (2 vols, illustrated)Not knownNew YorkPutnam's Sons1892
Cooper, RobertThe Holy Scriptures' analized, or extracts from the Bible, showing its contradictions. 2nd edition44pManchesterNo publisher1840
Cooper, Th[omas]A reply to Mr. Burke's invective against Mr. Cooper and Mr. Watt, in the House of Commons on the 30th of April, 1792109pManchesterNo publisher1792
Cooper, Th[omas]Wise saws and modern instances. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1845
Cooper, ThomasThe life of Thomas Cooper written by himself. 2nd edition(vii),400pLondonNo publisher1872
Cooper, ThomasTwo orations against taking away human life, under any circumstances and in explanation and defence of the misrepresented doctrine of non-resistance56pLondonChapman1846
Cooper, WilliamHistory of the Rochdale District Co-operative Corn Mill SocietyNot knownManchesterNo publisherNo date
Copleston, Ed[ward]A letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M.P. for the University of Oxford, on the pernicious effects of a various standard of value. Especially as it regards the condition of lower orders and the Poor Laws. By one of his constituents
104pOxfordNo publisher1819
Copleston, Ed[ward]A second letter to the Right Hon. Robert Peel, M.P. for the University of Oxford, on the causes of the increase of pauperism and on the Poor Laws. By one of his constituents111pOxfordNo publisher1819
Coppleston, Ed[ward]A sermon, preached at the anniversary of the Devon and Exeter Hospital, August 25th, 1818
23pExeterNo publisher1818
Corrie, EdwardConsiderations of the Corn Laws72pLondonNo publisher1791
Courtenay, J.Philosophical reflections on the late revolution in France and the conduct of the dissenters in England, in a letter to the Rev. Dr. Priestley. 3rd edition94pLondonNo publisher1790
Cove, AugustusThe tocsin sounded a second time! Or the bull taken by the horns!!! Dedicated to the good sense of the people of England, with author's signature. No. 2 (to be continued)Not knownLondonPublished by the author1813
Crombie, AlexanderLetter to George Grote on the ballot33pLondonSimpkin, Marshall & Co.1838
Crombie, AlexanderLetter to Henry William Tancred on the ballot51pLondonSimpkin, Marshall & Co.1837
Crowther, RichardA letter to the socialists, on the doctrine of irresponsibility, etc.12pManchesterHeywood1838
Crowther, RichardAn humble appeal to the members of both Houses of Parliament, on the necessity of protecting labour7pManchesterWood1844
Crumpe, S.An essay on the best means of providing employment for the people(xxxii),365pDublinNo publisher1793
Daly, J. BowlesRadical pioneers of the eighteenth century252pLondonSonnenschein1886
Davenport, A. Origin of man and the progress of society15pLondonNo publisher1846
Davies, D. P.Short sketch of the life and labours of Ernest Jones - chartist, barrister and poet - several poems31pLiverpoolJournal of Commerce Print Works1897
Davies, J. T.Old Bailey cases. Vols. 1-2. (Sep. 22nd, 1790 - Feb. 22nd, 1793)Not knownNo placeNo publisher1790-1793
Davison, J.A reply to an article in the last number, viz. LXIV, of the Edinburgh Review, entitled 'Parliamentary inquiry'
92pLondonNo publisher1820
Davison, J.Considerations on the Poor Laws. 2nd edition128pOxfordNo publisher1818
Davison, J.Letter to John Ralph Fenwick, esq. 3rd edition8pNewcastleNo publisher1819
Day, G. G.The speech of Mr. George Game Day… 1844, on the occasion of forming an anti-league association for the county of Huntingdon. 31st edition24pLondonOllivier1844
Day, Th[omas]Two speeches of Thomas Day at the general meetings of the counties of Cambridge and Essex held March 25th, and April 25th, 178019p[London]Printed by the Society for Constitutional Information1780
Deering, W.A brief account of the origin, establishment and working of the office for the registration and regulation of coal whippers of the Port of London. (2 copies)47pLondonHall1851
Depont, M.Answer to the 'Reflections' of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke36pLondonNo publisher1791
Dorling, W.Henry Vincent. A biographical sketch(lx),80pLondonNo publisher1879
Douglas, JohnObservations on the necessity of a legal provision for the Irish poor as the means of improving the condition of the Irish people and protecting the British landlords, farmer and labourer…40pLondonLongman, Rees etc.1828
Drage, GeoffreyTrade unions203pLondonNo publisher1905
Drummond, HenryCauses which lead to a Bank Restriction Bill23pLondonFraser1839
Duncanson, AlexanderThe political rights of the peopleNot knownGlasgowNo publisher1845
Duncombe, Thomas SlingsbyThe life and correspondence of Thomas Slingsby Duncombe. Edited by his son. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonHurst & Blackett1868
Dunn, W.The soul of Mr. Pitt. 3rd edition16p[London]No publisher[1819]
Dyer, G.The complaints of the poor people of England. 2nd edition(vii),246pLondonNo publisher1793
Eagles, J.The Bristol riots. By a citizen403pBristolNo publisher1832
Eaton, Daniel IsaacThe trial of Daniel Isaac Eaton for publishing a supposed libel, intitled 'Politics for the people; or, hog's wash'; at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, February 24, 1794Not knownLondonNo publisher[1794]
Eaton, JohnSpoilation of the grave. Trial of John Eaton, sexton of St. George's Chapel, Manchester, convicted of felony on May 11th, 1827, at the New Bailey quarter sessions. With introductory remark, the prisoner's examination…, suggestions as to the means of supplying the faculty with sibjects for dissection...34pManchesterPratt[1827]
Edmonds, G[eorge]Copy of Mr. Edmond's placard; to the electors of the borough of Birmingham
12p[Birmingham]No publisher[1832]
Edmonds, GeorgeA letter to the inhabitants of Birmingham; being a vindication of the conduct of the writer, at the late meeting at the Shakespeare, February 11th, 1817, with animadvertions upon the proceedings of the locked up meeting at the prison, in Moor-street, on the following day24pBirminghamPrinted for the author1817
Edmonds, GeorgeLetters 4-6,8,10 to the parishioners of Birmingham. 5 issues. (Letter 4: To the inhabitants of Birmingham)Not knownBirmingham[Blooncer]print1819
Edon, F. M.The state of the poor; or, an history of the labouring classes in England. Vol. I - 1797Not knownLondonNo publisher1798
Edwards, NessJohn Frost and the chartist moment in Wales52pAbertillery, Monmouth-shireWestern Valleys labour classes1930
Edwards, NessThe early trade unions of South Wales15pAbertillery, Monmouth-shireWestern Valleys Labour College Class Movement1923
Elliot, Charles HarringtonThe republican refuted; in a series of biographical, critical and political strictures on Thomas Paine's 'Rights of man'102pLondonNo publisher1791
Elliott, Eb.The poetical works179pEdinburghNo publisher1840
Emerson, R. W.Man the reformer. A lecture read before the Mechanic's Apprentices' Library Association at the Masonic Temple , Boston, 25th January 1841…8pManchesterNo publisher1843
Ensor, G.Radical reform. Restoration of usurped rights(vii),262pLondonNo publisher1819
Erskine, [Thomas]Erskine's defense of Paine76pNew YorkNo publisher1792
Erskine, ThomasA view of the cause and consequences of the present war with France. 26th edition91pLondonNo publisher1797
Erskine, ThomasAn address to the public from the friends of the liberty of the press; assembled at the Crown and Anchor, on Saturday, January 19th, 179312pLondonNo publisher1793
Erskine, ThomasSpeech of the Hon. Thomas Erskine on the prosecution of the publisher [T. Williams] of the 'Age of reason' in the year 179716pLondonNo publisher1821
Ervine, St. John G.Francis Place - the tailor of Charing Cross27pLondonFabian Society1912
Evans, JohnStatement of the master builders of the metropolis, in explanation of the differences between them and the workmen respecting the trades' unions25pLondonMoyes1834
Faulkner, Harold UnderwoodChartism and the churches, a study in democracy152pNew York/ LondonThe Columbia University Press/ Longmans, Green1916
Fawkes, WalterThe Englishman's manual; or, a dialogue between a Tory and a reformer. 2nd editionNot knownLondonLongman, Hurst & Co.1817
Fellowes, R.The rights of property vindicated, against the claims of universal suffrage(vii),160pLondonNo publisher1818
Fernley, J. D.An appeal to manufacturers on the removal of the restrictions from the exportation of machinery12pManchesterGodsby1843
Ferrand, W. B. and J. BrothertonThe Ten Hours' Bill. Speeches of W. B. Ferrand and J. Brotherton, in support of the Ten Hours' Bill, delivered in the House of Commons… 24pManchesterGrant1847
Fielden, J.The curse of the factory system96pHalifaxNo publisher[1836]
Finch, William StaffordThe present circumstances of the poor displayed, and the means suggested for their improvement: in accordance with the plans of the Church of England Self-Supporting Village Society16pLondonParker1850
Finlay, KirkmanLetter to Lord Ashley on the cotton factory system, and the Ten Hours' Factory Bill…19pGlasgowNo publisher1833
Fordham, Montague and T. R. FordhamThe English agricultural labourer 1300-192563pLondonLabour Publishing Company1925
Foster, Thomas E. A.Observations on the state of the children in cotton mills15pLondonNo publisher1825
Foublanque, JohnDoubts as to the expediency of adopting the recommendation of the Bullion committee4,36pLondonC. Chapple1810
Fourier, CharlesPolitical economy made easy. A sketch… presented to the London Co-operative Society by the translator Julia Franklin14pLondon[London Co-operative Society]1828
Fox, Charles JamesMr. Fox's celebrated speech. 2nd edition24pLondonJardan1800
Fox, Stephen N. and Clementina BlackThe Truck Acts: what they do and what they ought to do15pLondonWomens' Trade Union Association1894
Fox, W[illiam]A discourse, occasioned by the national fast, February 28th, 179416p[London]No publisher[1794]
Fox, W[illiam]An examination of Mr. Paine's writings16pLondonNo publisher1793
Fox, W[illiam]Defence of the war against France16pLondonNo publisher1794
Fox, W[illiam]On peace16pLondonNo publisher1794
Fox, W[illiam]The interest of Great Britain, respecting the French war. 5th edition19pLondonNo publisher1793
Fox, W[illiam]Thoughts on the impending invasion of England16pLondonNo publisher[c.1800]
Frost, [John], [Zephaniah] Williams and [William] JonesA night with the chartists, Frost, Williams and Jones. A narrative of adventures in Monmouthshire (in 3rd/4th November 1839, Newport). By B. B. Originally in Northern Star, January 11th, 1840. Published November 1847 for eighth anniversary. (3 woodcuts) 16pLondonClark1847
Frost, JohnThe trial of John Frost for high treason160pLondonNo publisher[1840]
Frost, JohnTrial of John Frost for high treason. Revised by barrister. Special Commission 1840160pNo placeNo publisher1840
Frost, Th[omas]Forty years recollections: literary and political(vii),347pLondonNo publisher1880
Frost, ThomasReminiscences of a country journalist331pLondonWard and Downey1886
Fryer, J., and othersLabour and wages. Six prize essays on the causes which regulate the wages of labour. By six working men (J. Fryer, W. Dove, Th. Goddard, Th. Smith, Th. Palmer, W. Burden)95pLeicesterNo publisher1849
Gaitskell, H[ugh] T. N.Chartism: an introductory essay. Workers Educational Association outlines89pNo placeLongmans, Green1929
Gammage, R[obert] G[eorge]History of the chartist movement 1837-1854. (Illustrated, with numerous portraits)438pNewcastle-on-Tyne[Bruce]1894
Gaskell, Elizabeth CleghornMary Barton: a tale of Manchester life380pLondonCassellNo date
Gaskell, P.The manufacturing population of England(viii),361pLondonNo publisher1833
Gerrald, J[oseph]A convention the only means of saving us from ruin. 3rd edition127pLondonNo publisher1794
Gerrald, JosephThe trial of Joseph Gerrald, delegate from the London Corresponding Society to the British Convention at Edinburgh on the 3rd, 10th, 13th and 14th of March 1794 for seditionNot knownEdinburghNo publisher[1794]
Gifford, J.A history of the political life of the Right Hon. William Pitt. (3 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1809
Gillan, RobertThe alarm of war: or, reflections on the past incidents and present aspect of the war with Russia24pGlasgowMurray1855
Glasgo[w] Hydropathic AssociationHydropathy; or the treatment of disease by water… ('Rights of labour defended…')28pGlasgowGallie1848
Glyde, C. H.Liberal and Tory hypocrisy during the nineteenth century. 13th edition. Pamphlets for the People, 132pKeighleyNo publisherNo date
Godfrey, Walter H.At the sign of the Bull, Lewes, with an account of Thomas Paines' residence in Lewes, by J. M. Connell. (Illustrated)Not knownLondonEyre & SpottiswoodNo date
Godwin, W.Answer to cursory strictures on a charge delivered to the Grand Jury, October 2nd, 1794, by Lord Chief Justice Eyre. Said to be written by Judge Thumb8pLondonNo publisher1794
Godwin, W[illiam]Appeal to the people on the two despotic bills: Lord Grenville's Bill and Pitt's Bill8pLondonNo publisher1795
Godwin, W[illiam]Enquiry concerning political justice, and its influence on general virtue and happiness. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1793
Godwin, W[illiam]Memoirs of the author of 'A vindication of the rights of
woman'. 2nd edition
199pLondonNo publisher1798
Godwin, W[illiam]The enquirer. Reflections on education, manners, and literature in a series of essays(xiii),482pLondonNo publisher1797
Gore, Montague A.A letter to the middle classes on the present disturbed state of the country especially with reference to the chartist meetings. 3rd edition14pLondonFraser1839
Gould, F. J.Thomas Paine 1737-1809. (Illustrated)192pLondonParsons1925
Graham, WilliamDiscussion on the principles and objects of trades unions between 'Proletarian' and William GrahamNot knownBradfordNo publisher1868
Gray, J. [C.]The essential principles of the wealth of nations144,8pLondonNo publisher1797
Gray, J. C.How to start co-operative stores8pManchesterNo publisherNo date
Greg, R. H.A letter to the Right Hon. Henry Labouchere, on the pressure of the Corn Laws and sliding scale, more especially upon the manufacturing interests and productive classes31pLondonRidgway1841
Greg, R. H.The factory question, considered in relation to its effects on the health and morals of those employed in factories151pLondonNo publisher1837
Greg, SamuelA lecture on the condition of the working classes in the manufacturing districts. Delivered December 4th, 185716pMacclesfieldNo publisher1857 [1851?]
Greg, W.Agriculture and the Corn Law. Showing the injurious efects of the Corn Law upon tenant farmers and farm labourers18pManchesterHodgson1842
Guthrie, ThomasA second plea for ragged schools - or prevention is better than cureNot knownEdinburgh/ Glasgow Elder/Collins1849
Harding, H.Common sense for the people, and facts for everybody32pLondonPainter1846
Hardwicke, W.Life and health assurance for the working classes. An answer to the question how the government may…22pLondonHardwicke1864
Hardy, Th[omas]The patriot addressed to the people on the present state of affairs in Britain and in France4,76pEdinburghNo publisher1793
Hardy, ThomasAn account of the seizure of citizen Thomas Hardy, secretary to the London Corresponding Society; with some remarks on the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act8pLondonLondon Corresponding Society1794
Hardy, ThomasThe trial of Thomas Hardy for high treason. Taken in short-hand by J. Carney. Vol. 1Not knownLondonNo publisher1794
Harrison, FrederickThe new trades-unionismNot knownNo placeNo publisher1889
Harrison, JohnLetter to the Right Hon. Henry Dundas, secretary of state; or, appeal to the people of Great Britain by citizen John Harrison, Sheffield, with an abstract of a trial, October 8th, 1793, for an assault committed on the author, in the name of 'Church and king. For ever'45pLondonNo publisher1794
Haw, GeorgeThe life story of Will CrooksNot knownLondonNo publisher1917
Hawkesbury, Ch[arles]Constitutional maxims extracted from a discourse on the establishment of a national and constitutional force. By Charles Lord Hawkesbury, 1st earl of Liverpool. London: Printed 1757. Abridged and reprinted by order of the London Corresponding Society 12pLondonLondon Corresponding Society1794
Hawkins, G.The Co-operative Wholesale Society Limited. What is it?12pManchesterNo publisher1903
Hay, [Edward]History of the insurrection of the country of Wexford, a.d. 17986,(xliv),304, (xxxii),8,20pDublinNo publisher1803
Hazlitt, WilliamThe character of W.Cobbett… to which is added several interesting particulars of Mr. Cobbett's life and writings16pLondonWatson1835
Hearn, Th[omas]A short view of the use and progress of freedom in modern Europe, as connected with the causes which led to the French revolution... 132pLondonNo publisher1793
Helps, A.The claims of labour. An essay on the duties of the employers to the employed. 2nd edition288pLondonNo publisher1845
Heron, [Robert]Facts, reflections, and queries, submitted to the consideration of the associated friends of the people36pEdinburghNo publisher1792
Hetherington, Henry A.A full report of the trial of Henry Hetherington, on an indictment for blasphemy, before Lord Denman and a special jury, at the Court of Queen's Bench, Westminster, December 8th, 1840; for selling Haslam's letters to the clergy of all denominations…32pLondonHetherington1840
Hetherington, Henry A.The People's Charter being the outline of an act to provide for the just representation of the people of Great Britain to the common's House of Parliament… 36pLondonWorking Men's Association1838
Hewlett, J. Th[omas] J.Poetry for the million. Poems by a Member of Parliament. Edited by P. Priggins and dedicated to Tories, Whigs, radicals, and chartists. Nos. 1-1368pLondonNo publisher1842
Hey, R.Happiness and rights. Some points plainly treated, relating to the rights of man and his happiness. 2nd edition 65pYorkNo publisher1792
Heywood, ThomasCatalogue of an extensive and rare collection of works relating to Lancashire and the adjacent districts, but principally to the town of Manchester, which will be sold by auction by Mr. R. Winstanly44pManchesterNo publisher1835
Heywood, ThomasOn the want (of) remedial treatment for the poor of unsound mind in England73pNo placeRidgway1841
Hibbs, CharlesTrades unionsNot knownBirminghamNo publisher1869
Hill, S.A plan for reducing the poor's rate by giving permanent employment to the labouring classes; with some observations on the cultivation of flax and help… 2nd edition34pLondonHarding1817
Hobhouse, J[ohn C[am]A defence of the people, in reply to Lord Erskine's 'Two defences of the Whigs'204pLondonNo publisher1819
Hobhouse, J[ohn C[am]A supplicatory letter to Lord Viscount Castlereagh. (Disbound)45pLondonNo publisher1819
Hobhouse, J[ohn C[am]A trifling mistake in Thomas Lord Erskine's recent
preface. Shortly noticed and respectfully corrected in a letter to his lordship, by the author of the 'Defence of the people'
48pLondonNo publisher1819
Hobhouse, J[ohn C[am]Proceedings in the House of Commons, and in the Court of King's Bench, relative to the author of the 'Trifling mistake'
132pLondonNo publisher1820
Hobhouse, John CamSubstance of the speech of John Cam Hobhouse, esq., F. R. S. in the House of Commons, on April 17th, 1821 on Mr. Lambton's motion for 'A committee of the whole House to consider the present state of the representation'32pLondonM[c]Creery1821
Hodges, FrankMy adventures as a labour leader. (Illustrated)185pNo placeNewnesNo date
Hodgson, WilliamThe commonwealth of reason. By William Hodgson, now confined in the prison of Newgate, London, for sedition. (Steel engraving on the frontispiece)104pLondonNo publisher1795
Holcroft, Th[omas]A narrative of facts, relating to a prosecution for high treason4,136,79pLondonNo publisher1795
Holcroft, ThomasA letter to the Right Hon. William Windham on the intemperance and dangerous tendency of his public conduct50pLondonPrinted by Symonds1795
Holdsworth, A. H.A letter to the members for the county of Devon on the monopoly of the landed interest23pExeterFlindell1827
Holyoake, G[eorge] [Jacob], J. C. Gray and E. F. ForrestAnti-boycott papers91p[Manchester]Manchester Co-operative UnionNo date
Holyoake, G[eorge] J[acob]Life of Joseph Rayner Stephens. Preacher and political orator244pLondonNo publisher[1881]
Holyoake, G[eorge] J[acob]Sixty years of an agitator's life. (3 vols.) 3rd editionNot knownLondonNo publisher1893
Holyoake, G[eorge] J[acob]The life and character of Richard Carlile40pLondonWatson1849
Holyoake, George JacobHistory of co-operation in Rochdale. 5th edition. Self-help by the people. (Autographed)72pLondonHolyoake[1908]
Hombergh, HoraceA fragment of the history of John Bull; with the birth, parentage, education, and humours of Jack Radical: with incidental remarks upon ancient and modern radicalism. Parts 1-2. 2nd edition(iv),(iii)80pDurhamPrinted by Humble1820-1821
Hone, W[illiam]A political catechism... By an Englishman8pLondonNo publisher[1817]
Hone, W[illiam]Another ministerial defeat! The trial of the dog, for biting the noble lord21pLondonNo publisher1817
Hone, W[illiam]Full annals of the revolution in France, 1830128pLondonNo publisher1830
Hone, W[illiam]The bullet Te Deum with the canticle of the stone. (Disbound)8pLondonNo publisher[1817]
Hone, W[illiam]The every-day book and table book; or, everlasting calendar of popular amusements. (3 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1826-1827, 1841
Hone, W[illiam]The man in the Moon &c, &c, &c. 27th edition (7th edition - London, 1820)23pLondonNo publisher1821
Hone, W[illiam]The right divine of kings to govern wrong! Dedicated to the holy alliance. 5th edition60pLondonNo publisher1821
Hone, W[illiam]The year-book of daily recreation and information concerning remarkable men and manners, times and seasonsNot knownLondonNo publisher1839 [1848]
Hone, WilliamThe three trials of William Hone for publishing three parodies
(iv),95,3,44,26,2pLondonNo publisher1818
Hone, WilliamTrial by jury and liberty of the press. The proceedings at the public meeting December 29th, 1817, at the City of London Tavern for the purpose of enabling William Hone to surmount the difficulties in which he has been placed by being selected by the ministers of the Crown as the object of their persecution
23pLondonNo publisher1818
Hone, William, editor, and Vicesimus KnoxThe spirit of despotism. Dedicated to Lord Castlereagh. Edited by the author of the 'Political house that Jack built'. 6th edition (1st edition - 1795)94pNo placeNo publisher1821
Hood, Ed[ward] P.The literature of labour; illustrious instances of the education of poetry in poverty. 2nd edition216pLondonNo publisher1852
Hood, ThomasMemorials of Thomas Hood, collected, arranged and edited by his daughter. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1860
Hopkins, Th[omas]Great Britain for the last forty years340pLondonNo publisher1834
Horton, R. WilmotAn inquiry into the causes and remedies of pauperism. 1st series, containing correspondence with C. Paulett Thomson upon the conditions under which colonization would be justifiable as a national measureNot knownLondonLoyd1830
Hovell, MarkThe chartist movement. Historical Series No. 31 327pNo placeManchester University Press, Longmans1918
Howard, J.The evils of England, social and economical. By a London physician(vii),152pLondonNo publisher1848
Howell, GeorgeConflicts of capital and labour historically and economically considered. Being a history and review of the trade unions of Great Britain showing their origin, progress, constitution and objects in their political, social, economical and industrial aspects520pNo placeChatto & Windus1878
Howell, Th[omas] J.A collection of addresses transmitted by certain English clubs and societies to the National Convention of France…54pDublinNo publisher1793
Howell, Th[omas] J.A complete collection of state trials and proceedings for high treason and other crimes. Compiled by Th. J. Howell. Vols. XXII-XXXIV (1783-1820)Not knownLondonNo publisher1817-1828
Howick, Ch[arles] G.Speech of Ch. G. Howick in the House of Commons, March 13th, 1845, on Mr. Cobden's motion…12pManchesterGadsby1845
Hudson, J. H.Peterloo: a history of the massacre and the conditions which preceded it. A story for working people to teach their children. Preface by J. Bruce Glasier24pManchesterNational Labour Press1819
Hume, J[ames] D.The evidence of J. D. Hume upon the Corn Law, before the committee of the House of Commons on the import duties in 183916pManchesterNational Anti-Corn-Law League[1839]
Hume, James D.Letters on the Corn Laws, and on the rights of the working classes…49pLondonNo publisher1834
Hunt, HenryA peep into a prison; or, the inside of Ilchester Bastile dedicated, without permission, to William Hanning, esq., high sheriff, and the magistrates of the county of Somerset. 4th edition. Including (pages 17-24) the petition of James Hillier (stealing); Charles Hill (fraud) and letter from H. H. to Thomas Powell Buxton M.P.24pLondonDolby1821
Hunt, HenryAn address from Henry Hunt to the radical reformers of England, Ireland and Scottland. Nos. 1-13104pLondonHeil1881
Hunt, HenryAn address to the radical reformers of England, Ireland, and Scotland on the measures of the Whig ministers. Nos. 1-13104p[London]No publisher[1831-1832]
Hunt, HenryFull report of the trial for a libel on Henry Hunt, esq. Not knownNo placeNo publisher[1824]
Hunt, HenryLecture on the conduct of the Whigs, to the working classes; delivered at Lawrence Street Chapel, Birmingham, October 31st, 1832
Hunt, HenryThe king's answer to Cobbett's letter on the present state of England. Hunt's letter to his majesty, and every particular of the intended grand royal civic feast8pLondonChubb1830
Hunt, HenryTo the radical reformers, male and female of England, Scotland, and Ireland
Not known[London]No publisher[1822]
Hunt, Henry, and othersAn impartial report of the proceedings in the cause of the king versus Henry Hunt, Joseph Johnson, John Knight, James Moorhouse, Joseph Healey, John Thacker Saxton, Robert Jones, Samuel Bamford, George Swift and Robert Wilde for a conspiracy, tried before Mr. Justice Bayley, and a special jury, at York Spring Assizes, March 16th-27th, 1820180pManchesterNo publisher1820
Hunt, Henry, and othersThe trial of Henry Hunt, John Knight, Joseph Johnson (and others) for an alledged conspiracy to overturn the government by threats and force of arms(viii),309pLondonNo publisher1820
Hunt, JohnReport of the cause of the king v. John Hunt, for a libel on the House of Commons in the Examiner40pLondonNo publisher1821
Hunt, Th[omas]Chartism, trade-unionism, and socialism; or, which is the best calculated to produce permanent relief to the working classes? A dialogue20pLondonNo publisher1840
Hutton, W.The life of William Hutton, stationer, of Birmingham, and history of his family. Written by himself. (Preface 1798)135pLondonNo publisher1841
Hyndman, H. M. and William MorrisA summary of the principles of socialism. Written for the Democratic Federation. (Originally published by The Modern Press, 1884)64pLondonWilliam Reeves[1884]
Jackson, W.Observations in answer to Mr. Thomas Paine's 'Age of reason' 72pLondonNo publisher1795
Jacob, W.An inquiry into the causes of agricultural distress…24pLondonNo publisher1817
Jeffrey, ThomasCombinations of workmen. Substance of the speech of Francis Jeffrey upon introducing the toast 'Freedom of labour' at the public dinner given at Edinburgh… (Defective copy: no cover)23pEdinburghConstable1825
John, J. S.A letter from a magistrate to Mr. William Rose of Whitehall on Mr. Paine's 'Rights of man'Not knownLondonNo publisher1791
Johnston, W.England as it is, political, social, and industrial, in the middle of the nineteenth century. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1851
Jones, A. CreechTrade unionism today. Workers Educational Association outlines[90p]No placeWorkers Educational Association1928
Jones, E. C.Correspondence relating to the treatment of E. C. Jones, in the Westminster house of correction30pLondonHouse of Commons1851
Jones, Er[nest]Chartist poems16pNo placeNo publisher[1846]
Jones, Er[nest]Corayda: a tale of faith and chivalry, and other poems200pLondonNo publisher1860
Jones, Er[nest]The battle day: and other poems228pLondonNo publisher1855
Jones, ErnestAddress delivered by Ernest Jones, esq., the Exchange Rooms, Nottingham, on Monday, November 26th, 1855, in behalf of erecting a monument to Feargus O'Connor, esq. 15pNottinghamNo publisher[1855]
Jones, ErnestCorrespondence relating to the treatment of Ernest Charles JonesNot known[London]No publisher[1851]
Jones, ErnestDemocracy vindicated. A lecture delivered to the Edinburgh Working Men's Institute on 4th January 1867. In reply to Professor Blackie's lecture on democracy, delivered on the previous evening23pEdinburghElliot[1867]
Jones, ErnestEvenings with the people. No. 1 The workman and his horse14pLondonNo publisher1856
Jones, ErnestEvenings with the people. No. 2 The hereditary landed gentry10pLondonNo publisher1856
Jones, ErnestEvenings with the people. No. 3 The state church14pLondonNo publisher[1856]
Jones, ErnestEvenings with the people. Nos. 1-10Not knownLondonNo publisher1856-1857
Jones, ErnestIn memoriam. Ernest Jones. 2nd edition 64p[Manchester]Manchester Co-operative Society1879
Jones, Ernest and John Stuart BlackieDemocracy. A debate between Professor [J. St.] Blackie, of Edinburgh; and the late Ernest Jones, of Manchester. Held at Edinburgh, January, 1867. 2nd edition65pManchesterHeywood & Son1885
Jones, Evan RowlandLife and speeches of Joseph Comen. (With steel portrait)515pLondonLew1885
Jones, J[ohn] G[ale]Sketch of a political tour through Rochester, Chatham, Maidstone, Gravesend, etc.120pLondonNo publisher1796
Jones, John GaleSubstance of the speeches of John Gale Jones delivered at the British Forum March 11th,18th and 22nd, 1819 on the following question: ought the prosecutions instituted against Mr. Carlile and others for the publication of Paine's 'Age of reason' to be approved or censured20pLondonCarlile1819
Jones, LloydA reply to Mr. R. Carlile's objections to the five fundamental facts as laid down by Mr. Owen16pManchesterA. Heywood1837
Jones, W.The principles of government, in a dialogue between a gentleman and a farmer8p[London]No publisher[1797]
Jones, W. T.A letter to the Society of United Irishmen of the town of Belfast... 3rd editionNot knownDublinNo publisher1792
Jones, WilliamThe principle of government in a dialogue between a peasant and a scholar8pLondonNo publisher1818
Joyce, J. A sermon preached on Sunday, February 23rd, London,
48pLondonNo publisher1794
Junius Redivivus and Brutus (pseud.)Letters of men, measures and politics, selected from the papers of the day. By Junius Redivivus and Brutus168pLondonNo publisher1794
Kay, JosephSocial condition and education of the people of England323pNew YorkHarper1863
King, JohnMr. King's speech at Egham with T[h]omas Paine's letter to him on it and Mr. King's reply as they all appeared in the Morning Herald. 3rd edition37pLondonDebrett1793
Kydd, SamuelHistory of the factory movement from the year 1802 to the enactment of the 10 Hours' Bill in 1847. (2 vols.)Not knownNo placeSimpkin, Marshall1857
Labourers' Friend SocietyProceedings of Labourers' Friend SocietyNot knownLondonNo publisher1832
Land and Labour LeagueAn address of the Land and Labour League to the working men and women of Great Britain and IrelandNot knownNo place[Land and Labour League]No date
Langford, J. A.English democracy: its history and principles. 2nd edition56pLondonNo publisher1855
League of BrotherhoodAn address from the committee of the League of Brotherhood, to all grades of political reformers6pBirminghamNo publisher1856
Leary, FrederickThe life of Ernest Jones: democratNot knownNo placeNo publisher1887
Leatham, JamesA socialist view of the new trade unionismNot knownLondonNo publisher1893
Leatham, W.Letters to W. Raymer Wood containing remarks on the evidence of the members of the Manchester Chamber of the Commerce, and others…40pLondonNo publisher1841
Lee, Th[omas] G.A plea for the English operatives…(iv),123pLondonNo publisher[1850]
Lees, JohnThe whole proceedings before the coroner's inquest at Oldham, etc. on the body of John Lees, who died o[f] sabre wounds at Manchester, August 16th, 1819... Not knownLondonPrinted for W. Hone1820
Legs, H. L.To the editor of the Lichfield Mercury4pBirminghamNo publisher[1819]
Lettsom, John CoakleyHints respecting the distresses of the poor(xii),71pLondonDilly1795
Linford, MadelineMary Wollstonecraft 1759-1797187pLondonParsons1824
Linton, William JamesJames Watson: a memoir of the days of the fight for a free press in England and of the agitation for the People's Charter76pNew-Haven/ Appledore (Private Press)No publisher1879
Linton, William JamesLife of Paine, by editor of The National53pLondonWatson1839
Linton, William JamesLife of Paine, by editor of The National, with preface, notes and portraits of the most celebrated of Mr. Paine's friends by Peter EcklerNot knownNew YorkNo publisher1892
Linton, William JamesMemories236pLondonLawrence & Bellen1895
Linton, William JamesThe life of Paine by the editor of 'The National'53pLondonNo publisher1839
Livesey, J.A temperance lecture based on the tee-total principle; including an exposure of the great delusion as to the properties of malt liquor;…36pPrestonNo publisher1836
Lloyd, C. M.Trade unionism. 2nd edition, revised and enlarged291pNo placeBlack1921
Lofft, C.Remarks on the letter of the Right. Hon. Edmund Burke, concerning the revolution in France, and on the proceedings in certain societies in London, relative to that event... 2nd edition203pLondonNo publisher1791
London Corresponding SocietyAccount of the proceedings at a general meeting of the London Corresponding Society, convened by public advertisement and held... on Monday, the 29th of June, 1795Not known[London]No publisher[1795]
London Corresponding SocietyAn address of the London Corresponding Society to the other societies of Great Britain, united for obtaining a reform in parliament16pLondon[London Corresponding Society]1792
London Corresponding SocietyReformers no rioters. London Corresponding SocietyNot known[London]No publisher[1794]
London Corresponding SocietyThe correspondence of the London Corresponding SocietyNot knownLondonNo publisher[1795]
London Trades Combination CommitteeAn address from the London Trades Combination Committee, appointed to watch the parliamentary inquiry into combinations to the working classes8pLondonHartwell1838
Long, CharlesA temperate discussion of the causes which have led to the present high price of bread43pLondonNo publisher1800
Lovett, WilliamSocial and political morality204pNo placeSimpkin1853
Lovett, WilliamThe life and struggles of William Lovett in his pursuit of
bread, knowledge, and freedom. An autobiography
6,483pLondonNo publisher1876
Lovett, William and Francis PlaceThe People's Charter: with the address to the radical reformers of Great Britain and Ireland and a brief sketch of its origins. (2 copies)28pLondon[Elt]1848
Lovett, William and John Collins Chartism; a new organisation of the people, embracing a plan for the education and improvement of the people, poltically and socially. Addressed to the working-classes of the United Kingdom and more especially to the advocates of the rights and liberties of the whole people as set forth in the 'People's Charter'. Written in Warwick Gaol. 'The Monthly Messenger'124pLondonWatson & Hetherington1840
Lowndes, Th[omas]A letter to Messrs. Coke, Curwan and Co.156pDoverNo publisher1823
Ludlow, J. M. and L. JonesProgress of the working class. 1832-1867304pLondonNo publisher1867
Lynch, JosephBusiness methods and accountancy in trades unions183pNo placeLabour Publishing Co.1922
M[c]Leod, WilliamFever, its prevention and cure by hydropathy… ('Rights of labour defended…')4pGlasgowGallie1848
Macaulay, C.Observations on the reflections of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, on the revolution in France95pLondonNo publisher1790
Macdonald, WilliamThe true story of trades unions: reply to John WattsNot knownManchesterNo publisher1867
Macgill, St[ephen]The spirit of the times: considered in an address to the people of Eastwood32pGlasgowNo publisher1792
Mackenzie, PeterReply to the letter of Kirkman Finlay, on the spy system16pGlasgowMuir1833
MacKenzie, Peter and Andrew HardieAn exposure of the spy system pursued in Glasgow, during the years 1816-17-18-19 and 20... 242pGlasgowMuir1833
Mackintosh, J.Vindiciae gallicae. Defence of the French revolution, and its English admirers against the accusations of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke. 2nd edition342pLondonNo publisher1791
Maitland, JamesSketch of an address to his majesty. By the earl of Lauderdale16pNo placeNo publisher1821
Malthus, T. R.An investigation of the cause of the present high price of provisions: containing an illustration of the nature and limits…28pLondonPrinted for Johnson1800
Manchester Constitutional SocietyRules and orders of the Manchester Constitutional Society; instituted October, 1790Not knownManchesterNo publisher1791
Manchester Examiner, TheThe Manchester Examiner24pManchesterNo publisher1823
Margarot, MauriceThe trial of Maurice Margarot, before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on the 13th and 14th of January, 1794, on an indictment for seditious practicesNot knownLondonNo publisher1794
Marshall, JamesTrial of Glasgow cotton spinners for murder, conspiracies, committing and hiring to commit violence on person and property. Reported by James Marshall. Cheap edition, revised and enlarged56pEdinburghTait1838
Martin, EmmaGod's gifts and man's duties, being the substance of a lecture delivered by Emma Martin at the Hall of Science, Manchester, October 9th, 1843 etc. etc.Not known[Manchester]No publisher[1843]
Massey, G.The ballad of babe Christabel with other lyrical poems. 4th edition (xv),232pLondonNo publisher1854
Mathetes, H. J. [H. Johnson]Can things be better? An address to the working classes in wich the present demand for organic changes is calmly considered59pManchesterGrant & Co.1848
Maurice, M. A.The chartist's friend. By the author of 'Aids to development'Not knownLondonNo publisher1848
Mayhew, HenryLondon labour and the London poor. (3 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher[1864]
Mazzini, G.The alliance of England with assassins and women floggers. (Signed: G. Mazzini)4pNo placeNo publisher1859
McCormick, Ch[arles]Memoirs of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke. 2nd edition383pLondonNo publisher1798
Mill, JamesColony, article, reprinted from the supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica33pLondonNo publisher1823
Milnes, Richard MoncktonSpeech on the ballot. Delivered in the House of Commons 1839. (2 copies)19pLondonMoxon1839
Montgomery, JamesThe trial of James Montgomery for a libel on the
war... at Doncaster Sessions, January 22nd, 1795
Not knownSheffieldNo publisher1795
Moore, Th[omas]Memoirs, journal, and correspondence. Edited by Lord J. Russell. Vols. I-VIII (Vols. I, II, IV only) Not knownLondonNo publisher1853-1856
Morgan, J. M.The revolt of the bees. 3rd edition (1st edition - 1819)(xiv),2,197pLondonNo publisher1839
Morgan, J. M.Tracts originally published at various periods from 1819 to 1838.(xii),217pLondonLongman-Brown and others 1849
Morley, FelixUnemployment relief in Great Britain. Study in state socialism199pBostonMifflin1924
Morning Chronicle, TheLabour and the poor: extracts from the Morning Chronicle of January 1st, 4th, 8th and 11th concerning the earnings and conditions of the ballast heavers and lumpers of the metropolis33pLondonOstell1850
Morris, Max, editorFrom Cobbett to the chartists, Vol. I, 1815-1848. Edited by M. MorrisNot knownLondonNo publisher1948
Moseley, J.An inquiry into the probable results consequent to a repeal of the Corn Law20pWoolbridgeLodes1839
Moyle, W.Democracy vindicated. Preface and notes by John Thelwall41pNorwichNo publisher1796
Muir, ThomasAn account of the trial of Thomas Muir at Edinburgh on the 30th and 31st days of August, 1793, for seditionNot knownEdinburghNo publisher[1793]
National Association for the Protection of LabourAddress of the National Association for the Protection of Labour to the workmen of the United KingdomNot knownManchesterNo publisher1831-1832
National Association for the Protection of LabourAn address of the National Association for the Protection of Labour, to the workmen of the United Kingdom. (Leaflet)4pManchesterWilkinson1829
National Association of the United Kingdom for Promoting the Political and Social Improvement of the PeoplePlan, rules and regulations of the National Association of the United Kingdom for Promoting the Political and Social Improvement of the People21pLondonWatson, Hetherington1840
National Political UnionNational Political Union. No. 15 On pledges, to be given by candidates8pLondonNo publisher1832
National Reform LeaguePropositions of the National Reform League for the peaceful regeneration of society4p[London]No publisher[1850]
Neale, J[ohn] M[ason]Songs and ballads for the manufacturers and for the people. Nos. 1-16 (also Nos. 1-13). 1st edition - 184424pLondonMasters1846
Nemo (pseud.)A word to the British public before entering into hostilities with Russia. (Signed: Nemo)16pLondonGolbaurn1854
Newbould, T. PalmerPages from a life of strife being some recollections of William Henry Chadwick, the last of the Manchester chartists63pLondonPalmer[1910]
Nicholls, GeorgeThird report of George Nicholls, to her majesty's principal secretary. Containing the result of an inquiry into the condition of the labouring classes and the provision for the relief of the poor, in Holland and Belgium23pLondonKnight1838
Noakes, JohnThe ric[g]ht of the aristocracy to the soil, considered…16pLondonWilson1848
Nott, JeremiahThe contented Spital-Fields weaver; Jeremiah Nott, his address to his brother artificers, respecting the Smithfield meeting and other matters. 8th edition12pLondonPrinted by Gilbert[1819]
Nott, JobA continuation of my last book, or a back front view of the five headed monster8pBirminghamNo publisher[1798]
Nott, JobThe life, etc. of Job NottNot known[Birmingham]No publisher[1792]
Nott, JohnFurther humble advice from John NottNot knownBirminghamNo publisher[1800]
Nott, JohnSeventh letter to his brother operatives, with a continuation of Mr. Sarbet's remarks on the late radical meeting at the Town Hall, Birmingham8p[Birmingham]No publisher[1836]
Nott, John, juniorLetter II. 3rd edition8p[Birmingham]No publisher[1819]
Nott, TobiasToby Nott's defence of himself and the family of the Notts, in answer to Mr. Geo. Edmonds's Weekly Register, of 9th of October, 18198pBirminghamFerrall1819
Oastler, R[ichard]A serious address to the millowners, manufacturers and clothdressers of Leeds who have organized…8pHuddersfieldKemp1834
Oastler, RichardDamnation eternal damnation to the friend begotten, 'coarser food' new Poor Law. A speech24pLondonHetherington1837
Oastler, RichardFactory legislation. A letter, caused by the publication of the special report of the executive committee of the National Association of the Factory Occupiers. (July 1855)Not knownLondonNo publisher1855
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O'Brien, J[ames] B[ronterre]Labour's wrongs and labour's remedy. Address to the
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O'Bryen, D.A view of the present state of Ireland, with an account of the origin and progress of the disturbances in that country; and a narrative of facts, addressed to the people of England. By an observer. 2nd edition41pLondonNo publisher1797
O'Bryen, D. Utrum Horum? The government; or, the country?122pLondonNo publisher1796
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O'Connor, F[eargus]A practical work on the management of small farms192pLondonNo publisher1843
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O'Connor, Feargus, and othersThe trial of Feargus O'Connor, esq., and fifty-eight other[s] chartists at Lancaster, on a charge of sedition, conspiracy, tumult, and riotNot knownManchesterNo publisher1843
Osborne, Sidney GodolphinThe savings bank. Some particulars of the life and death of 'Old Rainy Day', a lover of funerals... 20pLondonBoone[1837]
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Owen, R[obert]Two memorials on behalf of the working classes; the first presented to the governments of Europe and America, the second to the allied powers assembled in congress at Aix-la-Chapelle27pLondonLongman, [Heralt]1818
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Paine, ThomasCommon sense56pLondonSherwin1817
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Parkinson, R.On the present condition of the labouring poor in Manchester (photocopy)23pLondonNo publisher1841
Paterson, JamesLecture introductory to the [obstetric] class in the Andersonian University23pGlasgowAndersonian University1849
Paul, W.A history of the origin and progress of operative Conservative Societies32pLeedsNo publisher[1838]
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Phillips, CharlesPhillips's speeches. Speech delivered at the recent meeting of the Gloucestershire Missionary Society, held at Cheltenham8pBirminghamPrinted by Hodgetts1819
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Playfair, WilliamInevitable consequences of a reform in Parliament27pLondonStockdale1792
Plunket, W. C.The substance of the speech of the Right Hon. W. C. Plunket in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, the 23rd of November, 1819. [Peterloo Massacre] 2nd edition24pManchesterBanks & Co.1819
Political and Social Improvement of the People Rules and regulations of the Political and Social Improvement of the People 8pNo placeNo publisherNo date
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Powell, Capt. Richard, and othersProceedings of a general court martial, March, 1792, for the trial of Capt. Richard Powell, Lieut. Christopher Seton and Lieut. John Hall, of the 54th Regiment of Foot; on several charges preferred against them respectively by W.Cobbett…32pLondonGold1809
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Price, R.A discourse on the love of our country, delivered on November 4th, 1789, at the meeting-house in the Old Jewry, to the Society for Commemorating the Revolution in Great Britain. 2nd edition51,4pLondonNo publisher1789
Priestley, J[oseph]An answer to Mr. Paine's 'Age of reason', being a continuation of letters to the philosophers and politicians of France, on the subject of religion and of the letters to philosophical unbelievers(xx),2,100pLondonNo publisher1795
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Reid, W.The life and adventures of the old lady of Threadneedle Street... Written by herself62pLondonNo publisher1832
Revolution SocietyThe correspondence of the Revolution Society in London with the National Assembly and with various societies of the friends of liberty in France and England275pLondonNo publisher1792
Richardson, C.A short description of the factory system7pNo placeNo publisher1831
Richmond, A. B.Narrative of the condition of the manufacturing population; and the proceedings of government which led to the state trials in Scotland
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Rickman, Thomas ClioLife of Thomas Paine277, [1]82pLondonCousins[1819]
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Roebuck, J. A., editorPamphlets for the people. Nos. 1-36. Edited by J. A. RoebuckVariousLondonEly, for the proprietors1835
Rosenblatt, Frank F.The chartist movementNot knownNew YorkNo publisher1916
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Sadler, M[ichael] Th[omas]A first letter to a reformer, in reply to a pamphlet lately published by Walter Fawkes, entitled 'The Englishman's manual' 108pLondonNo publisher1817
Sadler, Michael ThomasMemoirs of the life and writings of Michael Thomas SadlerNot knownLondonNo publisher1842
Salt, T. C.Breach of privilege: being the evidence of Mr. John Bull, taken before the secret committee on the national distress in 1847 and 1848. 2nd edition126pLondonNo publisher1849
Saposs, David T.Left wing unionism. Study of radical policies and tactics192pNew YorkInternational Publishers1926
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Scott, A.Plain reasons for adopting the plan of the societies calling themselves the friends of the people, and their convention of delegates, as copied from the works of Mr. Thos. Paine
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Scrope, G[eorge] P[aulett]Plan of a poor-law for Ireland, with a review of the arguments for and against it… 2nd edition24pLondonRidgway1834
Scrope, G[eorge] P[aulett]Two letters to the chairman of the central committee of the Hand-Loom Worsted Weavers
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Searle, J. [Phillips, G. S.]The life, character and genius of Ebenezer Elliott, the Corn Law rhymer184pLondonNo publisher1850
Sebright, J. S.Country reform (opinion of)11pLondonNo publisher1831
Shanks, A.Peace and order recommended to society in an address to the Associate Congregation of Jedburgh27pEdinburghNo publisher1793
Sharp, Joseph BudworthThe Anti-Corn-Law League and the cotton tradeNot knownLondonThompson1844
Sheares, Henry and John, and othersA report of the whole proceedings on the trials of Henry and John Sheares, esq., John M'Cann, gent., W. M. Byrne, esq. and Oliver Bond, merchant for high treason... at the Session House, Dublin, on Thursday, the 12th-24th July, 1798Not knownDublinNo publisher1798
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Shelley, Percy ByssheThe masque of anarchy. To which is added 'Queen liberty'; song to the men of England. With a preface by Leigh Hunt24pLondonWatson1842
Simmons, AlfredWords of warning to agricultural labourers and other working-men… Cobden Club Leaflet No. 264pLondonCasselNo date
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Smith, John RayThe grievances of the working classes and the pauperism and crime of Glasgow, with their causes, extent and remediesNot knownGlasgow/ EdinburghSmith, Robertson/Hogg1846
Society for Constitutional InformationAn address to the public from the Society for Constitutional Information 8p[London]No publisher[1780]
Society for Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and LevellersAssociation papers. Part I. Publications of the Society for Preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers. Part II. A collection of tracts of that societyNot knownLondonNo publisher1793
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Society of the Friends of the PeopleThe Friends of the People. At a general meeting of the Society of the Friends of the People, associated for the purpose of obtaining a parliamentary reform, held... May 31st, 17944,2,15-16pNo placeNo publisher1794
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Solly, HenryJames Woodford, carpenter and chartist. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonLaw, Marston, Searle & Rivington1881
Solly, HenryThese eighty years: or the story of an unfinished life. (2 vols.)435p/574pLondon/ CroydonSimpkin, Marshall/Hayward1893
Somers, RobertThe trade unions: an appeal to the working classes and their friends232pEdinburghBlack1876
Somerville, A[lexander]Cobdenic policy the internal enemy of England104pLondonNo publisher1854
Somerville, AlexanderThe autobiography of a working man, by 'one who has whistled at the plough'511pLondonGilpin1848
Somerville, AlexanderThe whistler at the plough: containing travels, statistics and descriptions of scenery and agricultural customs in most parts of England, with letters from Ireland. Also 'Free trade and the League'632pManchester/LondonAinsworth/French1852
Southey, RobertWat Tyler. A dramatic poem, by Robert Southey, poet laureate16pLondonW. T. Sherwin1817
Southwell, CharlesAn essay on marriage; addressed to the lord bishop of Exeter24pLondonRoe1840
Southwell, CharlesThe trial of Charles Southwell (editor of 'The Oracle of Reason') for blasphemy, January 14th, 1842Not knownLondonNo publisher1842
Spence, Th[omas]An address to the Hon. Edmund Burke, from the swinish multitude. (Signed: Old Hubert) 28pLondonNo publisher1793
Spence, Th[omas]Church and King Morality, or a picture of English liberty and virtue and European 'social order, morality and religion' 8pLondonNo publisher1795
Spence, Th[omas]Knave's-Acre Association. Resolutions adopted at a meeting of placemen, pensioners, etc., held at the sign of the Grown Knaves Acre, for the purpose of forwarding the designs of the Place and Pension Club... By Old Hubert
15pLondonNo publisher1793
Spence, Th[omas]The rights of infants; or, the imprescriptable right of mothers to such a share of the elements as is sufficient to enable them to suckle and bring up their young. In a dialogue between the aristocracy and a mother of children. To which are added, by way of preface and appendix, strictures on Paine's agrarian justice10pLondon No publisher1797
Spence, ThomasLoose meat for the pigs. (6 leaflets)Not knownLondonSpence1794
Spence, ThomasSubstance of the examination of Thomas Spence, before the Privy Council on May 23rd, 17944pNo placeNo publisher1797
Spencer, Th[omas]The people's rights: and how to get them16pLondonNo publisher1843
Spencer, ThomasThe new Poor Law; its evils and their remedies16pLondonGreen1841
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Stanhope, Ch[arles]A letter from Earl Stanhope, to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: containing a short answer to his late speech on the French revolution34pLondonNo publisher1790
Stanton, H. B.Reforms and reformers of England272pLondonNo publisher1853
Starr, MarkTrade unionism, past and future40pNo placePlebs League1923
Stephenson, RaynerSermon preached by the reverend Mr. Stephens, in his chapel at Charlestown on Sunday, January 6th, 1839, being the first sabbath… after his release from the New Bailey at Manchester8pLondonHeywood1839
Stevens, W.A memoir of Thomas Martin Wheeler, founder of the
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98pLondonNo publisher1862
Stuart, D.Peace and reform, against war and corruption. (In answer to a pamphlet, written by Arthur Young, entitled 'The example of France, a warning to Britain'.) 2nd edition144pLondonNo publisher1794
Sturge, JosephReconciliation between the middle and labouring classes. Reprint from the Nonconformist32pBirminghamHodson1842
Swing (pseud.)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 GoodmanNot knownLondonRoakeNo date
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Taylor, G.An history of the rise, progress and suppression, of the rebellion in the country of Wexford, in the year 1798. 3rd edition293pDublinNo publisher1800
Taylor, JohnCurrency explained; in refutation of the last fallacy of The Times, 8th November 1843. By Veus30pLondonClarke1843
Taylor, JohnThe minister mistaken; or the question of depreciation erroneously stated by Mr. Huskisson40pLondonClarke1843
Taylor, RobertTrial of the Rev. Robert Taylor, upon a change of blasphemy with his defence, as delivered by himself before the lord chief justice and a special jury… October 24th, 182748pLondonCarlile1828
Taylor, Th[omas]An answer to the second part of Mr. Paine's 'Age of reason'63pManchesterNo publisher1796
Taylor, William CookeFactories and the factory system. From parliamentary documents and personal examination118pLondonHow1844
Taylor, William CookeNotes on a tour in the manufacturing districts of Lancashire: in a series of letters to his grace the archbishop of Dublin331pLondonDuncan & Malcolm1842
Thelwall, JohnA letter to Henry Cline on imperfect development of faculties, mental and moral, as well as constitutional and organic271pLondonNo publisher1810
Thelwall, JohnJohn Gilpin's ghost; or, the warning voice of King Chanticleer: an historical ballad: written before the late trials and dedicated to the treason-hunters of Oakham11pLondonNo publisher1795
Thelwall, JohnMonody on the Right Hon. Charles James Fox. 2nd edition10pLondonNo publisher1806
Thelwall, JohnPeaceful discussion, and not tumultuary violence, the means of redressing national grievance. The speech of John Thelwall at the general meeting of the friends of parliamentary reform, called by the London Corresponding Society and... held in the neighbourhood of Copenhagen-house, on Monday, October 26th, 1795. 2nd edition24pLondonNo publisher[1795]
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Thelwall, JohnProspectus of a course of lectures, to be delivered every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, during the ensuing Lent. In strict conformity with the restrictions of Mr. Pitt's Convention Act29pLondonNo publisher1796
Thelwall, JohnReply to the calumnies, misrepresentations, and literary forgeries, contained in the anonymous observations on his letter to the editor of the Edinburgh Review55pGlasgowNo publisher1804
Thelwall, JohnSelections for the illustration of a course of instructions on the rhythmus and utterance of the English language... Not knownLondonNo publisher1812
Thelwall, JohnThe natural and constitutional right of Britons to annual
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(v),96pLondonNo publisher1795
Thelwall, JohnThe trident of Albion…168pLiverpoolNo publisher1805
Thistlewood, Arthur, and othersThe trials of Arthur Thistlewood, J. lngs, J. T. Brunt, W. Davidson, and R. Tidd, on a charge of high treason in attempting to depose the king and assassinate his ministers... tried at the Sessions House, Old Bailey, April 17th, 1820, and following days2,138pLondonNo publisher[1820]
Thom, W., of InveruryRhymes and recollections of a hand-loom weaver. 3rd edition192pLondonNo publisher1847
Thompson, T. P.The article on the fall of the constitutionNot knownLondonNo publisher1832
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Thompson, WilliamLabor rewarded. The claims of labor and capital conciliated or, how to secure to labor the whole products of its exertions.(viii),[1]28pLondonHunt and Clarke1827
Thomson, G. W.The grammar of the power152pNo placeLabour Publishing Co.1924
Thorne, WillMy life's battles. Foreword by Clynes221pLondonNewnesNo date
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Timotheus (pseud.)Cotton factories. (From the Manchester Gazette)12p[Manchester]Printed by Wardle1825
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Tomkins, IsaacThoughts upon the aristocracy of England. 4th edition23pLondonHooper 1835
Tomkins, Isaak and Peter JenkinsA sketch of the aristocracy of England, in the year 1835…16pLondonWilson1835
Tooke, John HorneA letter to the editor of The Times22pLondonJohnson1807
Tooke, John HorneThe trial of John Horne Tooke, for high treason, at the Session House in the Old Bailey on November 17th-22nd, 1794. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1795
Towers, J.Thoughts on the commencement of a new parliament with remarks on the letter of Edmund Burke on the revolution in France4,165pLondonNo publisher1790
Towers, J.Tracts on political and other subjects, Published at various
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Trades Union Congress60 years of trade unionism 1868-1928, souvenir of 60th Trades Union Congress84pNo placeTrades Union Congress, General Council1928
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Tristan, F.Promenades dans Londres, ou l'aristocratie et les prolétaires anglais(lii),250pParisNo publisher1842
Tucker, E.Political fly-sheets. Nos. 1-12 containing: 1. Palmerston and Poland; 2. Palmerston, what has he done; 3. England's part in Turkey's fall; 4. War for Russia - not against Russia; 5. Louis Napoleon - Russia - Circassia; 6. Urquhart for premier; 7. The invasion of the Crimea; 8. The words of Palmerston; 9. Spider and fly; 10. The home fall of the four points. To which is appended two reports of the sub-committee of the Newcastle on Tyne association for watching the warNot knownLondonTrubner1855
Tuckett, J. D.A history of the past and present state of the labouring population. (2 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1846
Tufnell, E. C.Character, object and effects of trades unions with some remarks on the law concerning them140pNo placeRidgway1834
Turton, ThomasAn address to the good sense and candour of the people in behalf of the dealers in corn…Not knownLondonNo publisher1850
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Vyvyan, R. R.Cornwall election11pLondonNo publisher[1831]
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Wakefield, Aurelis BasilioErnest Jones: the people's friend16pHalifaxNicholson1882
Wakefield, Edward GibbonSwing unmasked; or, the causes of rural incendiarism46pLondonWilson1831
Walcot, JohnThe works. By Peter Pindar. (5 vols.)Not knownLondonNo publisher1812
Walker, Thomas, and othersThe whole proceedings on the trial of an indictment against Thomas Walker of Manchester, merchant, William Paul, Samuel Jackson and others. For a conspiracy to overthrow the constitution and government... April 2nd, 1704(xvi),134,1pManchesterNo publisher1794
Walker, William and Rand, WilliamA letter addressed to… Sir James Graham… on the ten hours' factory question15pBradfordPrinted by Wardman1841
Wallas, GrahamLife of Francis Place 1771-1854415pLondonLongmans, Green1898
Watkins, J.Isolda: or, good king Stephen. An historical and romantic
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Watkins, J.John Frost: a chartist play. 2nd edition 48pLondonNo publisher1841
Watkins, J.Life, poetry and letters of Ebenezer Elliott, the Corn-Law rhymer(x),273pLondonNo publisher1850
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Westminster Review(On the) taxes on knowledge from the Westminster Review. No. 29, for July 1st, 1831Not knownLondonNo publisher[1831]
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Whitbread, SamuelA letter from Whitbread to Lord Holland on the present situation of Spain16pLondonRidgway1808
Whitwell, StedmanDescription of an architectural model from a design by Stedman Whitwell for a community upon a principle of united interests as advocated by Robert Owen28pLondonChance & Wilson1830
Wilde, J.Sequel to an address to the lately formed Society of the Friends of the People68pEdinburghNo publisher1797
Wilks, M.Athaliah; or the tocsin sounded by modern alarmists106pNorwichNo publisher[1795]
Williams, Th[omas]The age of infidelity; in answer to Thomas Paine's 'Age of reason'. By a layman. 2nd edition140pLondonButton1795
Wilson, W[illiam] CaiusRemarks on certain operations of the the new Poor Laws…31pKirkby LonsdaleFoster1838
Winterbotham, WilliamThe trial of William Winterbotham... at Exeter, July 25th, 1793, for seditious wordsNot knownLondonNo publisher1794
Witty, John FrancisTrades unionsNot knownLondonNo publisher1862
Wollstonecraft, M[ary]A vindication of the rights of men, in a letter to the Right Hon. Edmund Burke; occasioned by his 'Reflections on the revolution in France'. 2nd edition(iv),159pLondonNo publisher1790
Wollstonecraft, M[ary]A vindication of the rights of' woman. Vol. I. 2nd edition(iv),160pLondonNo publisher1792
Wright, [John] and [William Innell] ClementReport of the action, [John] Wright v. [William Innell] Clement, for certain libels published in Cobbett's Political Register
55pLondonNo publisher1819
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Young, W.The British constitution of government, compared with that of a democratic republic. 2nd edition63pLondonNo publisher1793
Articles of the Hatter's Union of Great Britain and Ireland. Instituted at Manchester… 1833 and revised at Oldham… 1839. (Defective copy: no cover, unsewn)17pNo placeSlater1840
A brief sketch of the life and writings of M. de Voltaire, with an accurate account of the last moments of his life…16pLondonWatson1834
A brief sketch of the life and writings of the Baron d'Holbach15pLondonWatson1834
A brief sketch of the life of C. F. Volney… to which is added the celebrated dialogue between the industrious and the privileged classes etc. etc… 2nd edition16pLondonWatson1834
A brief sketch of the life of Percy Bysshe ShelleyNot knownLondonNo publisher1834
A short address to workmen, on combinations to raise wages. Under the superintendence of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge12pLondonKnight 1831
Abstract of a bill for securing the representation of the people of Great Britain and Ireland in Parliament, as amended by a conference of complete suffrage delegates…1842… Tracts of the National Complete Suffrage Union No. 108pLondonNational Complete Suffrage Union[1842]
Almanack of freedom for 185544pLondonHolyoake & Co.1854
An outline of the proceedings at the public meeting of the Association to Remove the Cause of Ignorance and Poverty
16pNo placeNo publisher1831
Birmingham complete suffrage, conference 184278pNo placeNo publisher1842
Chartist tracts for the times. Nos. 1-8. By the Kirkdale chartist prisoners. 1. Why are we poor? What do the chartists want? 2. Why are we poor? The landed aristocracy; 3. Robb[er]ies of the landed aristocracy; 4. The factory system - trades' union strikes the operatives remedy; 5. What is liberty? How shall we obtain it? 6. Home colonization! Liberty further defined! 7. Chartism, and the charter defended; 8. Chartism, and the charter defended (continued from our last)each 8pWortleyBarker[1849]
Commission on Friendly and Benefit Building Societies. Parts 1 and 2Not knownNo placeNo publisher1872
Effects of reform. Extract from the newspaper called The Times, of Wednesday, the 18th of May 183111pLondonRoake and Varty[1830]
Extract from the Dumfries and Galloway Courier of May 8th, 18104p[Dumfries]No publisher[1810]
Fast day as observed at Sheffield. A serious lecture, delivered at Sheffield, February 28th, 1794. 4th edition12pLondonNo publisher1794
Free labour v. slavery. Report of speeches delivered at a public meeting in behalf of the operative bakers, held in the Waterloo Rooms, on July 3rd, 1846Not knownEdinburghNo publisher1846
Great Britain. Parliament trade disputes billsNot knownNo placeEyre & Spottiswoode1906
Great Britain. Report I of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the organisation and rules of trades unions and other associations, together with minutes of evidence32p[London]Stationery Office 1867-69
Manifesto of English socialists, May 1st, 18938pNo placeJoint committee of socialist bodies1893
Manifesto of the general convention of the industrious classes8pLondonDyson1840
Meeting at the Crown and Anchor on the case of Dr. Beaumont, condemned to perpetual imprisonment on ex post facto laws, by the French house of lords32pLondonMorgan1836
New South Wales Trades' and Labour Council. To the working men of Great Britain and Ireland4pNo placeNo publisherNo date
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Report adopted at a general meeting of the journeymen broad silkweavers, held in Saint John Street Chapel, Brick Lane, Spitalfields, on Wednesday, the 20th of February 1828… Petitioning the legislature for a wages protection bill… to which is appended the petition36pLondonMantz1828
Report of addresses delivered at the 9th anniversary of the opening of the Salford Unitarian Chapel, December 30th, 183333pLondonHunter1834
Report of the committee, to whom it was remitted to suggest a plan for affording relief to the labouring classes in the city and suburbs16pEdinburghSmellie1816
Report of the proceedings at the town's meeting, held in Mr. Beardsworth's repository, in Birmingham, on Monday, the 13th December 1830, in support of parliamentary reform
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Report of the speeches, etc. at the Westminster meeting 1819, September 2nd20p[London]No publisher[1819]
Report to the trade societies and general public of the United Kingdom32pNo placeNo publisherNo date
Reports of assistant commissioners, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Lancashire240pNo placeNo publisher1874
Reports of chief registrar for 1910-1913, 1918-1923, 1912-1924. (17 vols.)Not knownNo placeNo publisher1910-1924
The British essayists. Vol. XLIIINot knownLondonNo publisher1819
The Church of England self-supporting village, for promoting the religious, moral and general improvement of the working classes, by forming establishments of three hundred families on the land and combining agricultural with manufacturing employment, for their own benefit. (Prospectus)16pLondon[The Church of England self-supporting village]1850
The factory system and the Ten Hours' Bill. (From Fraser's Magazine, April 1833)16pLondonMoyes[1833]
The freedom of England, in contra-distinction to Pitticism: addressed to the freeholders of the country of Lincoln in particular, and to the freeholders and electors throughout England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland in general. By Ex.
329pStamfordNo publisher1818
The master spinners and manufacturers' defence fund. Report of the committee appointed for the receipt and apportionment of this fund…22pManchesterPrinted by Gave and Sever1854
The proceedings and speeches at the meeting the seventeenth November, 1795, at St. Andrew's Hall, Norwich, to petition Parliament against Lord Grenville's and Mr. Pitt's treason and sedition billsNot knownNorwichNo publisher[1795]
The speeches of several leading friends of the factory children, delivered on Tuesday, May 10th 1886, in the debate which occurred on the 2nd reading of Mr. Paulett Thomson's Factory Act Amendment Bill. (Defective copy: no cover)20pLondonMills[1886]
Verbatim report of the trial for conspiracy in the case of the queen; on the prosecution of Jones and Potts against Selsby and others (members of a trade society) at the Liverpool Lent Assizes, 184761pLondonCleane1847
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