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1 Religion 46
9,151 152:31 6D 8H 31M
2 US Religious Writing 40
9 Immortality & Unseen World By OESTERLEY 565 9:24:06
12 1881 Religion In Heavens Or, Mythology Unveiled in a Series of Lectures by Mitchell 314 5:14
13 1876 Religious Sentiment Its Source & Aim: A Contribution to Science & Philosophy of Religion by Brinton 280 4:40
19 1854 Reason, Only Oracle of Man Or a Compendius System of Natural Religion by Allen 206 3:26
21 1919 From Bondage to Liberty in Religion A Spiritual Autobiography by Ashley 203 3:23
22 What All World's A-Seeking Vital Law of True Life, True Greatness Power & Happiness 194 3:14
26 1898 Mornings in College Chapel Short Addresses to Young Men on Personal Religion by Peabody 162 2:42
30 1906 Paul Gosslett's Confessions in Love, Law, & Civil Service by Lever 124 2:04
32 Be Courteous or, Religion, True Refiner by Maxwell 104 1:44
34 1898 Majesty of Calmness by Jordan 82 1:21:37
35 1921 Subconscious Religion by Conwell, Russell H. - Some Essentials of Religion by Little 60 1:00
36 1902 As Man Thinketh By Allen 55 54:11

37 little servant by hill 54 53:23

40 1850 Religious Duty of Obedience to Law Sermon by Ichabod S. Spencer Preached In 2nd Presbyterian Church In Brooklyn by Spencer 45 45Min
3 US Religious Hymns 3
1 Christmas Poetry Hymns by Wells 88 1:27:41
3 1847 Poems Prose Departed Summary by Golding 35 34:18
2 Novels 38
15,281 254:41 10D 15H 41M
1 1900 After Music by Peabody 1,018 16:58
2 1915 Trail Hawk COMEDY of seriousness of life by Lewis 815 13:34:21
4 1916 Paul Dauntless by Matthews 521 8:40:48
5 1911 Common Law by Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers 500 8:20
6 1857 - 1948 Sisters-In-Law by Atherton 452 7:32
9 1905 Law of Land by Hough 363 6:03
10 1915 Herland by Gilman 335 5:34:27
11 1869 - 1943 Within Law by Veiller 333 5:33
13 1850 - 1934 Miracle Play by Thanet 289 4:49
14 1912 Coming of Law by Seltzer 162 2:42
15 1851 Wreaths of Friendship Gift for Young by Woodworth 150 2:30
16 1914 Law-Breakers by Cullum 109 1:49
18 Diving Bell Or, Pearls to be Sought for by Woodworth 66 1:06
19 1902 Philosophy 4 (Novel) by Wister 58 58Min
20 Fishing with a Worm by Perry 29 28:42
3 Philosophy 34
12,727P 212:07 8D 20H 7M
1 1900 - 47 American Psychology by VARIOUS 936 15:35:27
2 1884 Elements of Morals With Special Application of Moral Law to Duties of Individual & of Society & State by Janet 530 8:30
3 1915 Introduction to Philosophy by Fullerton 462 7:42
4 1919 Inquiry Into Nature Of Peace & Terms Of Its Perpetuation by Veblen 458 7:36
5 1850 Representative Men by Emerson 426 7:05:14
6 1905 Approach to Philosophy by Perry 409 6:49
7 1914 Pep Poise, Efficiency, Peace by Hunter 408 6:47:17
8 1911 Boy with US Census by Rolt-Wheeler 389 6:29:06
9 Scrap Book 6 Sampler by VARIOUS 324 5:23:27
10 1917 Theory of Social Revolutions by ADAMS 302 5:01:08
11 1838 Philosophy of Moral Feelings by Abercrombie 245 4:05
12 1896 Soul Food by Watson 231 3:51:02
13 1909 Philosophy & Religion Six Lectures Delivered at Cambridge by Rashdall 211 3:31
14 Moral Philosophy by Rickaby 196 3:16
15 1933 Turns of Thought by Santayana 177 2:56:24
16 1871 Strange Visitors A series of original papers, embracing philosophy, science, government, religion, poetry, art, fiction, satire, humor, narrative, & ... while in an abnormal or trance state by Horn 160 2:40
17 1901 Way of Peace by Horn 126 2:05:38
18 1832 Fruits of Philosophy Treatise on Population Question by Knowlton 97 1:37
19 1849 Civil Disobedience by Thoreou 81 1:21:19
20 1889 Altruist in Politics by Cardozo 20 20Min
2 Self Help Philosophy 8
1 1915 Character Building By WASHINGTON 398 6:37:59
2 1900 Up To Date Business Including Lessons in Banking, Exchange, Business Geography, Finance, Transportation & Commercial Law Home Study Circle Library Series (V2) by Eaton 394 6:34
3 1873 Manual of Moral Philosophy by Peabody 236 3:56
4 1924 5 Great Philosophies of Life by Hyde 278 4:38
5 1920 FURNISHING HOME OF GOOD TASTE by Throop 263 4:23:22
6 Book of Good Manners: a Guide to Polite Usage for All Social Functions by Rashdall 206 3:26
7 1851 Golden Steps to Respectability, Usefulness & Happiness Being Series of Lectures to Youth of Both Sexes, on Character, Principles, Associates, Amusements, Religion, & Marriage by Austin 177 2:57
8 1891 Art of Money Getting By BARNUM 99 1:38:57
4 Legal 32
9,748 162:28 6D 18H 28M
1 US Legal History 5
1 1870 History of American Socialism by Noyes 753 12:33
2 1911 Popular Law-making by Stimson 568 9:28
3 1887 Burnham Breaker by Greene 429 7:09
4 1904 History of Republican Party by Platt 377 6:17
5 1922 History of Trade Unionism in United States by Perlman 350 5:50
6 1922 Introduction to Philosophy of Law by Pound 238 3:58
7 1922 What Prohibition Has Done to America by Franklin 142 2:21:46
8 Invisible Government by Dan Smoot 29 29Min
2 US Laws 13
1 1921 Putnam's Handy Law Book for Layman by Bolles 434 7:14
2 Copyright Law of USA & Related Laws Contained in Title 17 of US Code, Circular 92 by Copyright Office 320 5:40
3 1869 Frost's Laws & By-Laws of American Society: condensed but thorough treatise on etiquette & its usages in America, containing plain & reliable directions ... for deportment in every situation in life by Frost 271 4:31
5 1921 Mining Laws of Ohio by N/A 153 2:33
7 1897 Patent Laws of Republic of Hawaii & Rules of Practice in Patent Office by Hawaii 46 46Min
8 2000 Copyright Basics by Copyright Office 46 46Min
3 US Historical Documents 8
3 Declaration of Rights STAMP ACT by CONGRESS 5 00:04:14
4 1776 Bill of Rights By MADISON 91 1:31:00
5 1787 Constitution of USA by n/a 29 0:28.10
6 Amendments to US Constitution
By FOUNDING FATHERS 20 19:39
4 US Acts 3
6 War 27
8,791 146:31 6D 2H 31M
1 1898 History of War Between Mexico & USA, with Preliminary View of its Origin, V1 by Mayer 245 4:05
2 Civil 18
1 1871 Army Letters From an Officers Wife 1871 - 1888 by Roe 697 11:36:30
5 1893 Chancellorsville & Gettysburg Abner By DOUBLEDAY 407 6:46:28
6 1868 History of Impeachment of Andrew Johnson, President of USA, by House of Representatives, & his trial by Senate for high crimes & misdemeanors in office by Ross 358 5:58
7 1662 Wound Dresser By WHITMAN 331 5:30:53
9 With Fire & Sword by BYERS 282 4:41:46
11 1872 14 Months in American Bastiles by HOWARD 201 3:21:00
13 1901 Reconstruction of Georgia Studies in History, Economics & Public Law, V13 N3 by Woolley 148 2:28
14 1894 My Hunt After 'Captain' by HOLMES 132 2:11:45
16 1914 Iconoclastic Memories of Civil War by BIERCE 101 1:40:14
3 Abraham Lincoln 5
3 Spanish American 2
1 1917 Autobiography of George Dewey By DEWEY 440 7:19:51
5 Blacks 25 13,184 219:44 9D 3H 44M
2 Slave Narratives 11
3 1884 3 Years In Europe by BROWN 458 7:37:18
4 1932 Wife of His Youth & Other Stories of Color Line by CHESNUTT 397 6:36:25
6 1854 Narrative of Life & Adventures of Henry Bibb, an American Slave by BIBB 320 5:19:22
7 1913 30 Years A Slave by HUGHES 295 4:54:22
8 1884 Narrative of Sojourner Truth by GILBERT 264 4:23:34
9 1845 1818 - 95 Frederick Douglass Narrative 244 4:03:22
3 Slave Law 7
1 1851 Bible Defence of Slavery By Josiah PRIEST 1,260 20:59:35
2 1856 Fugitive Slave Law & Its Victims Anti-Slavery Tracts N18 by American Anti-Slavery Society 105 1:45
3 1755 Trial & Execution, for Petit Treason, of Mark & Phillis, Slaves of Capt. John Codman Who Murdered Their Master at Charlestown, Mass: Punishments by Burning in Massachusetts by Burning in Massachusetts 81 1:21
4 1892 Southern Horrors Lynch Law in All Its Phases by Wells-Barnett 52 52Min
5 1850 Fugitive Slave Law Religious Duty of Obedience to Law: Sermon by Ichabod S. Spencer Preached In 2nd Presbyterian Church In Brooklyn by Spencer 44 44Min
7 1860 Speech of John Hossack, Convicted of a Violation of Fugitive Slave Law Before Judge Drummond, Of USA District Court, Chicago, 3 by John Hossack 29 29Min
4 Essays 5
21 1880 Freedmen's Book By CHILD 567 9:26:11
23 17 - 1900s Black Experience in America 6 By VARIOUS 351 05:50:16
24 1837 Address to Free Colored Americans by CONVENTION 91 1:30:56
25 Essay On Niggers & Squirrels by McGee 34 34Min
5 Soldiers 3
1 1940 Colored Cadet at West Point By FLIPPER 633 10:32:43
2 1869 Army Life in Black Regiment by Higginson 520 8:40:01
7 Indians 20
5,207 86:47 3D 14H 47M
1 Indian Legends, History, Religion
5 1918 Indian Heroes by Eastman 249 4:08:32
8 1911 Soul of Indian by Eastman 97 1:36:42
2 Indian Bio/Autobiography 6
1 1867 - 9 My Life on Plains by Custer 1,067 17:47:02
2 Boots & Saddles By CUSTER 521 08:41:01
3 1824 Life of Mary Jemison by Seaver 303 5:02:04
4 1906 Geronimo's Story 1829-1909 229 3:48:50
5 1682 Captivity & Restoration by Rowlandson 113 1:52:12
6 1913 Cry From An Indian Wife By JOHNSON 54 0:53:13
3 Law 2
1 1835 Indian Nullification of Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts Relative to Marshpee Tribe Or, Pretended Riot Explained by Apess 224 3:42
2 1839 Indian Frontier Policy by Ayde 98 1:37:14
4 War 1
8 General 19
7,906 131:46 5D 11H 46M
1 1921 History of USA by Beard 1,365 22:44:00
2 1902 Story of American History For Elementary Schools by Blaisdell 465 10:22:00
3 1897 School History of USA by McMaster 586 9:46
4 1775 1492 - 1910 History of USA, V1 From Discovery of America 10/12, 1492 to Battle of Lexington 4/19, 1775 by Hawthorne 578 9:18
5 1922 Historical Tales, V2: American 2 by MORRIS 503 8:22:14
6 1872 Brief History of USA by Barnes 468 7:48
7 1914 1877 - 1913 Contemporary American History by Beard 434 7:14
8 1786 Critical Period of American History by Fiske 431 7:11
9 1917 This Country of Ours by Marshall 420 6:59:11
10 1894 Comic History of US by Nye 375 6:14:08
11 1300 - 1600 American Nation: a history - V1: European Background of American History by Cheyney 330 5:30
13 1893 BEGINNER'S AMERICAN HISTORY By Montgomery 308 5:07:41
15 1912 1562 - 1733 Great Epochs in American History, V2 Planting Of 1st Colonies by Various 239 3:59
16 1912 History of USA V3 by Andrews 183 3:03
17 1894 American History Stories V1 by Pratt 179 2:58:11
18 1912 Introductory American History by Benton 228 2:08
19 1912 1000 - 1682 Great Epochs in American History V1 Voyages Of Discovery & Early Explorations by Various 243 2:03
9 Place 19
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1 History
1 1911 Mohawk Valley by REID 733 12:12:15
4 Spell of Hawaiian Islands & Philippines by ANDERSON 463 7:43:01
5 History of New Brunswick by FISHER 446 7:25:09
6 1913 Historic Waterways by THWAITES 369 6:08:48
7 1903 History of Puerto Rico From Spanish Discovery to American Occupation by Van Middeldyk 320 5:20
8 1908 History of California by Bandini 295 4:55
9 Story of Manhattan by HEMSTREET 225 3:44:20
10 1631 Description of New England By SMITH 147 2:26:42
11 1921 Starved Rock: Historical Sketch by OSMAN 266 2:25:21
2 Biography 4
1 1884 My Southern Home or, South & Its People by BROWN 438 7:17:44
2 1894 1813 - 40 Recollections of Life in Ohio by HOWELLS 395 6:34:49
3 1905 Arizona Sketches by Munk 251 4:10:41
4 1890 Goldsmiths Friend Abroad Again by Twain 38 37:29
3 Events 3
1 1916 Mystery of Pinckney Draught by NOTT 444 7:23:10
2 1900 Reign of Law: Tale of Kentucky Hemp Fields by Allen 272 4:32
3 1921 History of Kentucky Derby, 1875 - 1921 by O'Connor 189 3:09
10 Wild West 17
6,535 108:55 4D 12H 55M
2 1900 History of Minnesota & Tales of Frontier by Flandrau 493 8:13
4 1875 1869 Canyons of Colorado Exploration by Powell 488 8:07:33
6 1916 Life of Kit Carson by ELLIS 380 6:19:48
9 1860 Ox Team to California by Porter 292 4:52:02
10 1846 - 1917 Adventures of Buffalo Bill By CODY 214 3:33:10
2 Gold Panning 2
1 1913 Afloat on Ohio Reuben Gold By THWAITES 442 7:21:14
2 1851 - 2 Shirley Letters from California Mines by Shirley 368 6:08:08
11 Industrial Age 15
8,683 144:43 6D 43H
1 History of Standard Oil by TARBELL 1,172 19:32
2 1919 National Parks by Yard 616 10:15:26
3 1907 Story of Atlantic Telegraph by FIELD 571 9:30:43
4 1912 Sinking of Titanic & Great Sea Disasters by Marshall 472 7:51:19
5 1924 Life & Ventures of Original John Jacob Astor by GEBHARD 451 7:30:29
6 1919 Strenuous Life: Essays & Addresses of Theodore Roosevelt
by ROOSEVELT 445 7:24:38
7 Log-Cabin Lady by UNKNOWN 125 2:04:36
8 1892 Longings for Home by WHITMAN 50 0:49:10
1 Railroad 3
3 1903 Early History of Airplane by Wright 94 1:33:13
2 Biography 4
1 1910 Edison His Life 1847 - 1941 by Dyer 1,783 29:42:42
3 1919 Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie 652 10:51:35
4 1890 How Other Half Lives by Riis 531 8:50:25
12 Colonies 14
4,699 78:19 3D 6H 19M
1 1898 Bradford's History of 'Plimoth Plantation' From Original Manuscript. With Report of Proceedings Incident to Return of Manuscript to Massachusetts by Bradford 694 11:34
2 1860 History of Colony & Ancient Dominion of Virginia by Campbell 658 10:58
3 1809 Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete by Irving 497 8:17
4 1818 Letters of Mrs. Adams, Wife of John Adams, 6 by ADAMS 460 7:41:03
5 John Quincy Adams by MORSE 451 7:30:59
7 1855 History of Virginia, in 4 Parts by Beverley 376 6:16
11 1915 Alexander Hamilton By CONANT 167 2:46:47
13 Suffrage 9
5,077 84:37 3D 12H 37M
1 1848 - 61 History of Women's Suffrage by Null 1911 31:51
2 1815 - 97 Years & More: Reminiscences By STANTON 886 14:45:37
3 1920 Jailed for freedom (women's sufferage) by Stevens 607 10:06:55
5 1919 VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE FOR GIRLS by Dixon 304 5:03:41
6 1872 Account of Proceedings on Trial of Susan B. Anthony, on Charge of Illegal Voting, at Presidential Election in Nov., 1872, & Election by Whom Her Vote was Received by Anonymous 291 4:51
8 1832 Meditations From Pen by Stewart 236 3:55:12
9 1915 Complete Club Book for Women Including Subjects, Material & References for Study Programs: together with Constitution & By-Laws: Rules of Order: ... of what Some Clubs are Doing, etc., etc. by Benton 213 3:33
14 Biography 7
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1 Education of Henry Adams by Henry Brooks ADAMS 1838 - 1918 1,056 17:37:27
3 American Men of Mind By STEVENSON 540 08:59:36
4 1917 10 American Girls From History by Sweetser 395 6:35
6 1905 Childs Book American Biography by Stimson 283 4:42:38
 
Religion
2 1897 A History of American Christianity by Bacon, Leonard Woolsey 139,364W 558 9:18
1 Providential Preparation for Discovery of America
1 Purpose of long concealment of America
2 medieval church in America
3 Revival of Catholic Church, especially in Spain
2 Spanish Christianity in America
1 Vastness & swiftness of Spanish conquests
2 Conversion by sword
3 Rapid success & sudden downfall of missions in Florida
4 like story in New Mexico & California
3 French Christianity in America
1 Magnificence of French scheme of western empire
2 Superior dignity of French missions
3 Swift expansion of them
4 Collision with English colonies, & triumph of France
5 Sudden & complete failure of French church
1 Causes of failure
1 Dependence on royal patronage
2 Implication in Indian feuds
3 Instability of Jesuit efforts
4 Scantiness of French population
5 Political aspect of French missions
6 Recent French Catholic immigration
4 Antecedents of Permanent Christian Colonization 30-37
1 Controversies & parties in Europe & especially in England
2 Disintegration of Christendom,
3 New experiment of church life,
4 Persecutions promote emigration
5 Puritan Beginnings of Church in Virginia
1 Rev. Robert Hunt, chaplain to Virginia colony
2 Base quality of emigration
3 Assiduity in religious duties
4 Rev. Richard Buck, chaplain
5 Strict Puritan régime of Sir T. Dale & Rev. A. Whitaker
6 Brightening prospects extinguished by massacre
7 Dissolution of Puritan "Virginia Company" by king
8 Puritan ministers silenced by royal governor, Berkeley
9 governor's chaplain, Harrison, is converted to Puritan principles
10 Visit of Rev. Patrick Copland,
11 Degradation of church & clergy
12 Commissary Blair attempts reform
13 Huguenots & Scotch-Irish
6 Maryland & Carolinas
1 George Calvert, Lord Baltimore, secures grant of Maryland
2 second Lord Baltimore organizes a colony on basis of religious liberty
3 Success of 2 Jesuit priests
4 Baltimore restrains Jesuits & encourages Puritans
5 Attempt at Anglican establishment
6 Commissary Bray
7 Tardy settlement of Carolinas,
8 A mixed population
9 Success of Quakerism
10 American origin of English missionary societies
7 Dutch Calvinists & Swedish Lutherans
1 Faint traces of religious life in Dutch settlements
2 Pastors Michaelius, Bogardus, & Megapolensis
3 Religious liberty, diversity & bigotry
4 Quakers persecuted
5 Low vitality of Dutch colony
6 Swedish colony on Delaware, 76: subjugated by Dutch
7 Dutch evicted by England
8 Dutch church languishes
9 Attempts to establish Anglicanism
10 S. P. G
8 Church in New England
1 Puritan & Separatist
2 Separatists of Scrooby
3 Mutual animosity of 2 parties
4 Spirit of John Robinson
5 "social compact" of Pilgrims, in state & church
6 Feebleness of Plymouth colony
7 Puritan colony at Salem
8 Purpose of colonists
9 Their right to pick their own company
10 Fellowship with Pilgrims
11 Constituting Salem church, & ordination of its ministers
12 Expulsion of schismatics
13 Coming of great Massachusetts colony bringing charter
14 New England church polity
15 Nationalism of Puritans
16 Dealings with Roger Williams, Mrs. Hutchinson, & Quakers
17 Diversities among colonies
18 Divergences of opinion & practice in churches
19 Variety of sects in Rhode Island, with mutual good will
20 Lapse of Puritan church-state
9 Middle Colonies & Georgia
1 Dutch, Puritan, Scotch, & Quaker settlers in New Jersey
2 Quaker corporation & government
3 Quaker reaction from Puritanism
4 Extravagance & discipline
5 Quakerism in continental Europe
6 Penn's "Holy Experiment,"
7 Philadelphia founded
8 German sects
9 Keith's schism, & mission of "S. P. G.,"
10 Lutheran & Reformed Germans
11 Scotch-Irish
12 Georgia
13 Oglethorpe's charitable scheme
14 Salzburgers, Moravians, & Wesleys
15 George Whitefield
10 Eve of Great Awakening
1 Fall of New England theocracy
2 Dissent from "Standing Order":
3 Baptist
4 Episcopalian
5 In New York
6 Dutch church
7 English
8 Presbyterian
9 New Englanders moving west
10 Quakers, Huguenots, & Palatines
11 New Jersey
12 Frelinghuysen & Tennents
13 Pennsylvania
14 successes & failures of Quakerism
15 southern colonies
16 their established churches
17 mission of Quakers
18 gospel among Indians
19 church & slavery
11 Great Awakening
1 Jonathan Edwards at Northampton
2 An Awakening
3 Edwards's "Narrative" in America & England
4 Revivals in New Jersey & Pennsylvania
5 Apostolate of Whitefield
6 Schism of Presbyterian Church
7 Whitefield in New England
8 Faults & excesses of evangelists
9 Good fruits of revival
10 Diffusion of Baptist principles
11 National religious unity
12 Attitude of Episcopal Church
13 Zeal for missions
12 Close of Colonial Era
1 Growth of New England theology
2 Watts's Psalms
3 Warlike agitations
4 Scotch-Irish immigration
5 German immigration
6 Spiritual destitution
7 Zinzendorf
8 Attempt at union among Germans
9 Alarm of sects
10 Mühlenberg & Lutherans
11 Zinzendorf & Moravians
12 Schlatter & Reformed
13 Schism made permanent
14 Wesleyan Methodism
15 Francis Asbury
16 Methodism gravitates southward & grows apace
17 Opposition of church to slavery
18 Opposition to intemperance
19 Project to introduce bishops from England, resisted in interest of liberty
13 Reconstruction
1 Distraction Opposition depression after War of Independence
2 Forlorn condition of Episcopalians
3 Their republican constitution
4 Episcopal consecration secured in Scotland Opposition & in England
5 Feebleness of American Catholicism
6 Bishop Carroll
7 "Trusteeism,"
8 Methodism becomes a church
9 Westward movement of Christianity
10 Severance of church from state
11 Doctrinal divisions: Calvinist & Arminian
12 Unitarianism
13 Some minor sects
14 2nd Awakening
1 Ebb-tide of spiritual life
2 Depravity & revival at West
31 st camp-meetings
4 Good fruits
5 Nervous epidemics
6 Cumberland Presbyterians
7 Antisectarian sect of Disciples
8 Revival at East
9 President Dwight
15 Organized Beneficence
1 Missionary spirit of revival .
2 Religious earnestness in colleges
3 Mills & his friends at Williamstown & Andover
4 Unitarian schism in Massachusetts
5 New era of theological seminaries
6 Founding of A. B. C. F. M & Baptist Missionary Convention
7 Other missionary boards
8 American Bible Society
9 Mills, & his work for West & for Africa
10 Other societies
11 Glowing hopes of church
16 Conflicts with Public Wrongs
1 Working of voluntary system of church support
2 Dueling
3 Crime of State of Georgia against Cherokee nation, implicating federal government
4 Jeremiah Evarts & Theodore Frelinghuysen
5 Unanimity of church, North & South, against slavery
6 Missouri Compromise
7 Antislavery activity of church, at East, West & South
8 Difficulty of antislavery church discipline
9 southern apostasy
10 Causes of sudden revolution of sentiment
11 Defections at North, & rise of a pro-slavery party
12 Kansas-Nebraska Bill: solemn & unanimous protest of clergy of New England & New York
13 Primeval temperance legislation
14 Prevalence of drunkenness
15 Temperance reformation a religious movement
16 Development of "saloon"
17 Washingtonian movement & its drawbacks
18 Prohibition period
17 Decade of Controversies & Schisms
1 Dissensions in Presbyterian Church
2 Growing strength of New England element
3 Impeachments of heresy
4 Benevolent societies
5 Sudden excommunication of nearly one half of church by other half
6 Heresy & schism among Unitarians: Emerson, 298 & Parker
7 Disruption, on slavery question, of Methodists, & Baptists
8 Resuscitation of Episcopal Church
9 Bishop Hobart & High-church party
10 Rapid growth of this church
11 Controversies in Roman Catholic Church
12 Contention against Protestant fanaticism
18 Great Immigration
1 Expansion of territory & increase of population in early part of 1800s
2 Great volume of immigration from 1840 on
3 How drawn & how driven
4 1st principally Irish, then German, then Scandinavian
5 Catholic clergy overtasked
6 Losses of Catholic Church
7 Liberalized tone of American Catholicism
8 Planting church in West
9 Sectarian competitions
10 Protestant sects & Catholic orders
11 Mormonism
12 Millerism
13 Spiritualism
19 Civil War
1 Material prosperity
2 Kansas Crusade
3 revival of 1857
4 Deepening of slavery conflict
5 Threats of war
6 Religious sincerity of both sides
7 church in war-time
20 After Civil War
1 Reconstructions
2 Catholic Church
3 Episcopal Church
4 Persistent divisions among Methodists, Baptists, & Presbyterians
5 Healing of Presbyterian schisms
6 Missions at South
7 Vast expansion of church activities
8 Great religious & educational endowments
9 enlisting of personal service
10 Sunday-school
11 Chautauqua
12 Y. M. C. A.
13 Y. W. C. A.
14 W. C. T. U
15 Women's missionary boards
16 Nursing orders & schools
17 Y. P. S. C. E., & like associations
18 "Institutional Church,"
19 Salvation Army
20 Loss of "American Sabbath,"
21 Church in Theology & Literature
1 Unfolding of Edwardean theology
2 Horace Bushnell
3 Mercersburg theology
4 "Bodies of divinity,"
5 Biblical science
6 Princeton's new dogma
7 Church history
8 American pulpit
9 "Applied Christianity,"
10 Liturgics
11 Hymns
12 Other liturgical studies
13 Church music
14 Moravian liturgies
15 Meager productiveness of Catholic Church
16 Americanizing of Roman Church
22 Tendencies toward a Manifestation of Unity
1 Growth of nation & national union
2 Parallel growth of church & ecclesiastical division
3 No predominant sect
4 Schism acceptable to politicians & some Christians
5 Compensations of schism
6 Nisus toward manifest union
7 Early efforts at fellowship among sects
8 High-church protests against union
9 Evangelical Alliance
10 Fellowship in non-sectarian associations
11 Cooperation of leading sects in Maine
1 Various unpromising projects of union:
1 Union on sectarian basis
2 Ecumenical sects
3 Consolidation of sects
4 hope of manifested unity
 
 
 
4 1914 Jewish Immigration to United States from 1881 to 1910 Studies in History, Economics & Public Law, Vol. LIX, No. 4, 1914 by Joseph, Samuel 55,163W 221 3:41
1 CAUSES OF JEWISH EMIGRATION
1 Character of Jewish immigration

2 Eastern Europe

3 Distribution of Jews in Eastern Europe
4 Uniform character of East-European Jews
 
5 Eastern Europe: Economic, Social & Political Conditions
1 Russia
1 Medieval past
2 Agricultural character
3 Emancipation of serfs
4 Reminiscences of serfdom
5 Changes since emancipation
6 Epoch of transition
7 Social orders: classes, church
8 Political order: autocracy, bureaucracy
9 Political struggle: Russian liberalism
10 Reaction since Alexander 3
2 Roumania
1 Social-economic classes
2 Emancipation of serfs: results
3 Development of industry & commerce
4 Growth of a middle class
3 Austria-Hungary.
1 Reminiscences of medieval economy
2 Transitional nature of economic life
3 Organization of industry & commerce
4 Politico-economic struggles
5 Galicia: economic & social conditions
6 Summary
7 Jews in Eastern Europe: Economic & Social Position
 
 
2 Russia
1 Economic characteristics
1 Occupational distribution of Jews
2 Comparison with non-Jews
3 Participation of Jews in principal occupational groups
4 Comparison of occupational distribution of Jews & non-Jews in Pale
5 Economic activities of Jews
2 Social characteristics
1 Urban distribution of Jews
2 Comparison with non-Jews
3 Literacy: comparison with non-Jews
4 Liberal professions: comparison with non-Jews
 
 
 
3 Roumania
1 Economic characteristics
1 Jews as merchants & entrepreneurs
2 Jewish artisans
3 Participation of Jews in industry & commerce
2 Social characteristics
1 Urban distribution of Jews
2 Comparison with non-Jews
3 Literacy: comparison with non-Jews
3 Austria-Hungary
1 Economic characteristics
2 Occupational distribution of Jews
3 Comparison with non-Jews
4 Participation of Jews in principal occupational groups
4 Galicia
1 Occupational distribution of Jews
2 Comparison with non-Jews
3 Participation of Jews in principal occupational groups
4 Industrial & commercial position of Jews in East & West Galicia
5 Social characteristics
6 Urban distribution of Jews
7 Comparison with non-Jews
8 Liberal professions: comparison with non-Jews
 
5 30 Years of Jewish History
1 Russia
1 Treatment of Jews after partitions of Poland
2 Pale of Jewish Settlement: special Jewish laws
3 Attitude of Russian government toward Jews
4 Alexander 2 & liberalism
5 Reaction: antagonism to Jews
6 Economic attack: May Laws
7 Effect of May Laws
8 Educational restrictions: "percentage rule"
9 1881 - 2 Pogroms
10 Expulsions from Moscow
11 Nicholas 2: anti-Jewish agitation: Kishineff
12 War & revolution: effect upon Jews
13 Pogroms as counter-revolution
14 Results: economic & social pressure
15 Jewish policy of reactionary régime
2 Roumania
1 Early legal status of Jews
2 Convention of Paris
3 Anti-Jewish activities of government: Article 7
4 Berlin Congress
5 Article 44 of Berlin Treaty
6 revised Article 7
7 Legal status of Jews fixed
8 Campaign of discrimination
9 Exclusion of Jews from economic activities
10 Educational restrictions: restrictions to professional service
11 Political basis of anti-Jewish policy
12 Results: economic & social pressure
13 Jewish policy of Roumanian government: Hay's circular note
3 Austria-Hungary
1 Early legal status of Jews: emancipation
2 Jews attacked as liberals & capitalists
3 Rise of political antisemitism: its triumph: clericals
4 Galicia
1 Rise of a Polish middle class: displacement of Jews in industry & commerce
2 Economic boycott of Jewish artisans & traders
3 Anti-Jewish activity of local authorities
4 Over-competition & surplus of Jews in industry & commerce
5 Historical rôle of Jews: antagonism of peasantry & clergy
 
4 JEWISH IMMIGRATION TO USA
1 Its Movement
2 Determination of Number of Jewish Immigrants
1 Construction of table: difficulties
2 Sources utilized: reports of Jewish societies
3 1886 - 98 Rearrangement of numbers
4 Determination of numbers by country of nativity: methods used
5 1881 - 5 Determination of numbers from: methods used
6 Tendency to magnify numbers of Jewish immigrants
3 Immigration of Jews from Eastern Europe
1 Jewish immigration East-European
2 Summary by decades of Jewish immigration from Russia, Roumania & Austria-Hungary
3 Annual contributions of Jewish immigration from Russia, Roumania & Austria-Hungary
4 Immigration of Jews from Russia
1 Russian Jewish immigration a movement of steady growth
1 Summary by decades
2 Annual variations: effect of Moscow expulsions
2 Participation of Jews in immigration from Russia
1 Annual variations
2 Summary by decades
3 Relative predominance of Jewish in total
3 Intensity of Jewish immigration from Russia
1 Rate of immigration
2 Fluctuations of rate
5 Immigration of Jews from Roumania
1 Roumanian Jewish immigration a rising movement
1 Summary by decades
2 Annual variations
2 Participation of Jews in immigration from Roumania
1 Jewish & total synonymous
2 Annual variations
3 Intensity of Jewish immigration from Roumania
1 Rate of immigration
2 Fluctuations of rate
6 Immigration of Jews from Austria-Hungary
1 Jewish immigration from Austria-Hungary a rising movement
1 Summary by decades
2 Annual variations
3 Comparison of Jewish with total
2 Participation of Jews in immigration from Austria-Hungary
1 Summary by decades
2 Annual variations
3 Comparison of immigration of Jews from Austria & Hungary
1 Numbers
2 Participation in total
4 Immigration of Jews & other peoples from Austria-Hungary
1 Rate of Jewish immigration from Austria-Hungary
7 Jewish Immigration
1 Total movement one of geometrical progression
1 Summary by decades
2 Summary by 6 year periods
3 Annual variations
8 Participation of Jews in Total Immigration
1 Rise in proportion of Jewish to total
2 Summary by decades
3 Annual variations
4 Comparison of annual variations of Jewish & total immigration
5 Rank of Jewish in total immigration
6 Rate of immigration
   
1 Jesuits North America
by Parkman
180,500W 722 12:01:08 330M
1 Native Tribes, Divisions
2 Hurons
3 Huron-Iroquois Family
4 Iroquois
5 Religion & Superstitions
6 1634 Notre Dame de Anges
7 Loyola & Jesuits
8 1632 - 3 Paul le Jeune
9 1633 - 4 Le Jeune & Hunters
10 1633 - 4 Huron Mission
11 1634 - 5 Brebeuf & his Associates
12 1636 - 7 Feast of Dead
13 1636 - 7 Huron & Jesuit
14 1637 Character of Canadian Jesuits
15 1637 - 40 Persecution
16 1638 - 40 Priest & Pagan
17 1639 - 40 Tobacco Nation-Neutrals
18 1636 - 46 Quebec & its Tenants
19 1636 - 52 Devotees & Nuns
20 1637 - 40 Persecution
21 1641 - 4 Isaac Jogues
22 1641-6 Iroquois, Bressani, de Noue
23 1642-4 Villemarie
24 1644-5 Peace
25 1645-6 Peace Broken
26 1646-7 Another War
27 1645-51 Priest & Puritan
28 1645-8 Doomed Nation
29 1645-8 Huron Chruch
30 1648-9 Sainte Marie
31 1648 Antoine Daniel
32 Ruin of Hurons
33 1649 Martyrs
34 1649-50 Sanctuary
35 1649 Garnier-Chabanel
36 1650 - 2 Huron Mission Abandoned
37 1650-66 Last of Hurons
38 1650-70 Destroyers

3 1893 A Short History of Book of Common Prayer
by Huntington, William Reed
69,355W 277 4:37
1 Short History of Book of Common Prayer:
2 Origins
3 Vicissitudes
4 Revision of American Common Prayer
5 Book Annexed: Its Critics & its Prospects
6 Appendix
1 1878 Permanent & Variable Characteristics of Prayer Book, Sermon Before Revision
2 1892 Outcome of Revision
3 1552 - 1892 Tabular View of Additions Made at Successive Revisions
5 1908 Joseph Smith as Scientist A Contribution to Mormon Philosophy
by Widtsoe, John Andreas
47,486 190 3:10
1 Joseph's Mission & Language, FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF UNIVERSE
2 Indestructibility of Matter
3 Indestructibility of Energy
4 Universal Ether
5 Reign of Law, CONSTITUTION OF UNIVERSE
6 New Astronomy Chapter
7 Geological Time Chapter
8 Organized Intelligence, LAWS GOVERNING INDIVIDUAL.
9 Faith
10 Repentance
11 Baptism
12 Gift of Holy Ghost Chapter
13 Word of Wisdom, DESTINY OF EARTH & MAN
14 Law of Evolution Chapter
15 Plan of Salvation, REGION OF UNKNOWN
16 6th Sense, FORCE OF FORCES
17 Nature of God
18 Joseph Smith's Education Chapter
19 A Summary Restatement Chapter
20 Concluding Thoughts
21 Testimony of Soil
6 1914 Story of Mormonism
by Talmage
27,500W 110 1:49:27 50M
7 Select Sermons
by Jonathan Edwards 1703-1758
293,000W 172 19:32:00 536M
1 Sinners in Hands of an Angry God
2 Divine & Supernatural Light
3 Christ's Agony
4 God's Sovereignty in Salvation of Men
5 God Glorified in Man's Dependence
6 True Saints, When Absent from Body, Are Present With Lord
7 Importance & Advantage of Thorough Knowledge of Divine Truth
8 Excellency of Christ
9 Wicked Men Useful in Their Destruction Only
10 Vain Self Flatteries of Sinner
11 Future Punishment of Wicked
12 Hypocrites Deficient in Duty of Prayer
13 Justice of God in Damnation of Sinners
14 Christian Knowledge 1
15 Manner in Which Salvation of Soul is to be Sought
16 Safety, Fulness & Sweet Refreshment in Christ
17 Pardon For Greatest Sinners
18 Pressing Into Kingdom of God
19 Many Mansions

 

8 Stepping Heavenward
by Elizabeth Prentiss 1818-1878
147,500W 590 9:49:27 269M

9 Immortality & Unseen World
By W. O. E. OESTERLEY (1866 - 1950)

1412,50W 565 9:24:06
1 Some preliminary considerations
2 Old Testament teaching on constituent parts of Man
3 Demonology of Semites
4 Demonology of Old Testament
5 Angelology of Old Testament
6 Rephaim
7 Sheol, place of Departed
8 Ancestor-Worship & cult of Dead
9 Necromancy
10 Mourning & burial customs
11 Immortality normal lot of Man
12 development of belief
10 1917 OUR DAY, In Light of Prophecy
by William Ambrose
122,250W 489 8:08:18 111M
1 BOOK THAT SPEAKS TO OUR DAY
2 WITNESS OF CENTURIES
3 PROPHETIC OUTLINE OF WORLD'S HISTORY
4 2ND COMING OF CHRIST,
5 SIGNS OF APPROACHING 1755 LISBON EARTHQUAKE
6 1780 DARK DAY
7 1833 FALLING STARS
8 MEANING OF PRESENT-DAY CONDITIONS
9 HISTORIC PROPHECY OF DANIEL 7
10 1260 YEARS OF DANIEL'S PROPHECY
11 DAWN OF NEW ERA
12 WORK OF LITTLE HORN POWER
13 BIBLE SABBATH
14 GLIMPSES OF SABBATH KEEPING AFTER NEW TESTAMENT TIMES
15 LAW OF GOD
16 JUSTIFICATION BY FAITH
17 BAPTISM
18 PROPHECY OF DANIEL 8
19 CLEANSING OF SANCTUARY IN TYPE & ANTITYPE

11 1897 In His Steps
by Charles Monroe Sheldon 1857-1946
107,500W 430 7:09:10 196M
12 1881 Religion In Heavens Or, Mythology Unveiled in a Series of Lectures
by Mitchell, Logan
78,588W 314 5:14
1 MIRACLES
2 CHRISTIAN SUPERNATURALISM FURTHER CONSIDERED
3 CHRISTIAN FATHERS, & THEIR DOGMAS
4 PAGAN ALLEGORIES MADE CHRISTIAN DOGMAS
5 EARLY EFFECTS OF CHRISTIAN SUPERSTITION
6 EFFECTS OF CHRISTIAN SUPERSTITION
7 DIALOGUE. PHYSIOLOGICAL & THEOLOGICAL
13 1876 Religious Sentiment Its Source & Aim: A Contribution to Science & Philosophy of Religion
by Brinton, Daniel Garrison
70,044W 280 4:40
1 Bearing of Laws of Mind on Religion3
1 Emotional Elements of Religious Sentiment
2 Rational Postulates of Religious Sentiment
3 Prayer & its Answer
4 Myth & Mythical Cycles
5 Cult, its Symbols & Rites
6 Momenta of Religious Thought

14 1890 Acres of Diamonds
by Russell Conwell 1843-1925
67,500W 270 4:29:55 123M
1 STORY OF SWORD
2 BEGINNING AT OLD LEXINGTON
3 STORY OF 57 CENTS
4 HIS POWER AS ORATOR & PREACHER
5 GIFT FOR INSPIRING OTHERS
6 MILLIONS OF HEARERS
7 HOW A UNIVERSITY WAS FOUNDED
8 HIS SPLENDID EFFICIENCY
9 STORY OF ACRES OF DIAMONDS
15 1889 A Reply to Dr. Lightfoot's Essays By Author of "Supernatural religion"
by Cassels, Walter Richard
63,584W 254 4:14
1 REPLY TO DR. LIGHTFOOT'S FIRST ESSAY ON "SUPERNATURAL RELIGION"
2 SILENCE OF EUSEBIUS: IGNATIAN EPISTLES
3 POLYCARP OF SMYRNA
4 PAPIAS OF HIERAPOLIS
5 MELITO OF SARDIS: CLAUDIUS APOLLINARIS: POLYCRATES
6 CHURCHES OF GAUL
7 TATIAN'S "DIATESSARON"
16 Dawn & Day
by Henry Thayer Niles1825-1901
58,250W 233 3:52:46 106M

17 God's Garden
by Amy Steedman
55,250W 221 3:40:57 101M
1 Saint Ursula
2 Saint Benedict
3 Saint Christopher
4 Saint Catherine of Sienna
5 Saint Augustine of Hippo
6 Saint Augustine of Canterbury
7 Saint Cecilia
8 Saint Giles
9 Saint Nicholas
10 Saint Faith
11 Saint Cosmo & Saint Damian
12 Saint Martin
13 Saint George
14 Saint Francis of Assissi
18 Quiet Hints to Growing Preachers
by Charles E. Jefferson 1860-1937
52,750W 211 3:30:12 96.3M
1 Wherefore All This
2 Mirror for Ministers
3 Man of Macedonia
4 Which Door
5 Starts Good & Bad
6 Foremost of Demons
7 Cowardice
8 Impatience
9 Clerical Hamlets
10 Despondency
11 Value of a Target
12 Building Tower
13 Selfishness
14 Dishonesty
15 Autocracy
16 Vanity
17 Discontent
18 Pettiness
19 Foolishness
20 Meanness
21 Mannerisms
22 'Thy Speech Bewrayeth Thee'
23 Boooks & Reading
24 Near to Men Near to God
25 Eagles, Race Horses & Plodders
26 Unconscious Decay

29 Quiet Talks on Prayer
by S. D. Gordon 1859-1936
36,000W 144 2:23:17 175M
1 Meaning & Mission of Prayer
1 Prayer Greatest Outlet of Power
2 Prayer Deciding Factor in a Spirit Conflict
3 Earth, Battle-Field in Prayer
4 Does Prayer Influence God
2 Hinderances to Prayer
1 Why ther Results Fail
2 Why Results are Delayed
3 Great Outside Hindrance
3
1 'How' of Relationship
2 'How' of Method
3 Listening Side of Prayer
4 Something about God's Will in Connection with Prayer
5 May We Pray with Assurance for Conversion of Our Loved Ones
4 Jesus' Habits of Prayer
1 Pen Sketch
2 Dissolving Views
3 Deepening Shadows
4 Under Olive Trees
5 Composite Picure
20 1910 Great Apostasy
by James E. Talmage 1862-1933
51,500W 206 3:25:22 94M
1 Establishment of Church of Christ
2 Apostasy Predicted
3 Early Stages of Apostasy
4 Causes of Apostasy - External Causes Considered 1
5 Causes of Apostasy. Internal Causes
6 Results of Apostasy - It's Sequel

21 1919 From Bondage to Liberty in Religion A Spiritual Autobiography
by Ashley, George T.
50,723W 203 3:23
1 MY CHILDHOOD, YOUTH & EDUCATION
2 SEEKING LIBERTY
3 NEW VISIONS & DISTURBANCES
4 NEARER CRISIS
5 CRISIS
6 REACTION: NEW CONFESSION OF FAITH
7 NEW INTERPRETATION OF RELIGION
8 JESUS OF NAZARETH
22 What All World's A-Seeking Vital Law of True Life, True Greatness Power & Happiness
by Ralph Waldo Trine
48,387W 194 3:14
1 PRINCIPLE
2 APPLICATION
3 UNFOLDMENT
4 AWAKENING
5 INCOMING
6 CHARACTER BUILDING THOUGHT POWER

23 1850 Christmas Comes
by John Leighton
47,500W 190 3:09:34 86.8M
1 John Brown as he appeared every evening
2 Carol Tidings of Comfort & Joy
3 Waits serenading victoria & albert villas
4 Christmas Evr
5 market
6 brown buying Holly
7 Chrstimas Dinners
8 Good Living
9 At Zleast
10 Once a year
11 PUdding as it ought to have appeared
12 Bringing in Yle-log
13 boxing Day
14 Beadle Offended
15 Pantomine
16 Here we are again
17 Compliments of Season
18 Quadrille
19 Cavalier Seul
20 Stair Case
21 Captain de Camp & Wall Flower
22 Forfeits
23 double toilet
24 Christmas Tree Presentation of Fruit
25 Mummery
26 trick of Old Dame
27 Kitchen Conversation

2 4 Steps to Christ
by Ellen White 1827 - 1915
46,500W 186 3:05:41 85M
1 God's Love For Men
2 Sinners Need Of Christ
3 Repentance
4 Confession
5 Consecration
6 Faith & Acceptance
7 Test of Discipleship
8 Growing Up Into Christ
9 Work & Life
10 Knowledge of God
11 Privilege of Prayer
12 What to Do with Doubt
13 Rejoicing in Lord

25 Pursuit of God
by Aiden Wilson Tozer 1897-1963
43,500W 174 2:53:27 79.4M
1 Following Hard After God
2 Blessedness of Possessign Nothing
3 Removing Veil
4 Apprehending God
5 Universal Presence
6 Speaking Voice
7 Gaze of Soul
8 Restoring Creator Creature Relation
9 Meekness & Rest
10 Sacrament of Living

27 Wherein
by G. Campbell Morgan 1863-1945
37,500W 150 2:29:27 68.4M
1 Spirit of Age
2 Complaints of Jehovah
3 Divine Attitude
4 Elect Remnant
5 Final Word

28 1905 Religion & Lust or, Psychical Correlation of Religious Emotion & Sexual Desire
by Weir, James
37,326W 149 2:29
1 Origin of Religious Feeling
2 Phallic Worship
3 Psychical Correlation of Religious Emotion & Sexual Desire
4 Viraginity & Eflemination
5 Borderlands & Crankdom
6 Genius & Degeneration
7 Effect of Female Suffrage on Posterity
8 Is It Beginning of End?
9 Bibliography

3 0 1906 Paul Gosslett's Confessions in Love, Law, & Civil Service
by Charles James Lever
30,915W 124 2:04
1 1ST MISSION
22 ND CONFESSION
3 "IN DOUBT"
4 REV. DAN DUDGEON
5 RUNAWAY
6 LAST CONFESSION

31 1898-1962 Ghost of Kingdom Come
by Rev. Gerald T. Brennan
29,750W 119 1:58:40 54.3M
1 I meet a Ghost
2 Forgotten Angel
3 Cat in Sun
4 Devil Goes Shopping
5 Piece of Clay
6 Saddest Soldier
7 Policeman in Sky
8 Devil Goes to Church
9 Buns & Fish
10 Peter Rugg
11 Calling Up King
12 Little Girl Who Fell Asleep
13 Letter to God
14 3 Men in a Boat
15 Flippy Flea
16 I Make a Wish

3 4 1898 Majesty of Calmness
by William George Jordan 1864 - 1928
20,500W 82 1:21:37
1 Majesty of Calmness
2 Hurry, Scourge of America
3 Power of Personal Influence
4 Dignity of Self-Reliance
5 Failure as a Success
6 Doing Our Best at All Times
7 Royal Road to Happiness

3 5 1921 Subconscious Religion by Conwell, Russell H. - Some Essentials of Religion
by Little, H. M., Owen, D. T., Doull, A. J., Roper, J. C., Bidwell, E. J.
14,942W 60 1:00
1 Does God Answer Christians Only?
2 Conflicting Prayers
3 Subconscious Religion
4 Praying for Visions of Heaven
5 Great Prayers
6 Use of Bible in Prayer

3 6 1902 As a Man Thinketh
By James Allen 1864-1912
13,750W 55 54:11
1 Thought & Character
2 Effect of Thought on Circumstances
3 Effect of Thought on Health & Body
4 Thought & Purpose
5 Thought Factor in Achievement
6 Visions & Ideals
7 Serenity

3 7 little servant
by grace Livingstone hill
13,500W 54 53:23 24.4M

 

3 8 Other Wise Man
by Henry Van Dyke 1852-1933
13,250W 53 52:49 24.1M

 

3 9 Summon of Every Man
by ?
13,000W 52 51:32 23.6M
4 0 1850 Religious Duty of Obedience to Law A Sermon by Ichabod S. Spencer Preached In Second Presbyterian Church In Brooklyn, Nov. 24, 1850
by Ichabod S. Spencer
11,152W 45 45Min
4 1 Peoples Idea of God
by Mary Baker Eddy 1821-1910
7,250W 29 29:02 13.2M
4 2 My Objection to a Sinning Religion
by Robinson, Bud
6,000W 24 24Min
4 3 150 AD Three Ecumenical Creeds
by Unknown
2,250W 9 8:12 3.8M
1 Apostle's Creed
2 Nicene Creed
3 Athanasian Creed
4 4 Christmas Poetry Hymns
by Wells
22,000W 88P 1:27:41 40.2M

1 ballad of old loves wells

2 beautiful mother da Todi
3 blooming of white thorn Thomas
4 carol for eve Evans
5 carol from Flanders niven
6 child Jesus In garden anonymous
7 Childs song of Christmas pickthall
8 Christmas at Melrose hill
9 Christmas carol Burke
10 Christmas carol chesterton
11 Christmas carol coleridge
12 Christmas carol devere
13 Christmas carol longfellow
14 Christmas carol Lowell
15 Christmas carol Luther
16 Christmas carol Neapolitan
17 Christmas carol pickwick
18 Christmas fires field
19 Christmas hymn anonymous
20 Christmas hymn dommett
21 Christmas hymn gilder
22 Christmas insurrection field
23 Christmas letter Australia sladen
24 Christmas lullaby symonds
25 Christmas song bennett
26 Christmas song jenks
27 disputation housman
28 from heaven above Luther winkworth
29 he came all so still anonymous
30 holy night browning
31 little gray lamb sullivan
32 merry Christmas havergal
33 offertory dodge
34 peaceful night milton
35 prayer at Bethlehem field
36 regrets wordsworth
37 song shepherd boy Bethlehem
peabod
38 star bearer stedman
39 tryste noel guiney
40 visit from st Nicholas Moore
4 5 1861 Hymn Collection all Glory & Honour
By Various
17,750W 71 1:11:03 32.6M
1 all glory laud & honor
2 amazing grace
3 bethoumy vision
4 blessed assurance
5 come thou fount
6 come thou fount
7 dear lord & father
8 for beauty of earth
9 his eye is on sparrow
10 i am a poor way faring stranger
11 i sing al mighty
12 i surrender all
13 it is well with my soul
14 just as i am
15 my Jesus i love thee
16 rock of ages
17 softly & tenderly
18 tis so sweet to trust in Jesus
19 trust & obey
20 we gather together
4 6 1847 Poems Prose Departed Summary by Various
by Ruth Golding
8,750W 35 34:18 15.7M
1 abide with me lyte
2 crossing bar tennyson
3 dear lord & father of mankind whittier
4 death benot proud donne
5 death is nothing at all scott holland
6 dying christian to hissoul pope
7 eventide mccrae
8 fear no more shakespeare
9 gone from my sight unknown
10 if all asleep butler
11 lords my shepherd unknown
12 old mans funeral bryant
13 oration at a childs grave ingersoll
14 parting guest riley
15 remember rossetti
16 requiem stevenson
17 tomy dear & loving husband bradstreet
18 union of friends penn
19 what is success stanley
20 when to sessions shakespeare
32 Be Courteous or, Religion, True Refiner by Maxwell, Mrs. M. H. 26,075W 104 1:44
1
1 PLAIN
2 ISOLATED DWELLING
3 BLUE-BERRY PARTY
4 TAKING A VOTE
5 TREATMENT OF NEW ACQUAINTANCES
6 FAMILY AT APPLEDALE
7 YOUNG PEOPLE UPON PLAIN
8 SINCERE MILK OF WORD
9 CALL AT LOG-HOUSE
10 RIDE HOME
11 ORIGINAL POETRY
2
1 KIND "GOOD-MORNING"
2 HIGH HILL
3 UNEXPECTED MEETING
4 ROMANCE & REALITY
5 GOOD FARMER
6 IMPRESSIONS OF CHILDHOOD
7 WORSHIPING
8 BEARING CROSS
3
1 POOR WOMAN OF PLAIN
2 NOTE
3 MOURNFUL MUSINGS
4 CUP OF TEA
5 STRUGGLE
6 CHARITY & SELF
7 EMMA'S HISTORY
4
1 LITTLE TIME
2 HOW IMPROVED
3 FITNESS FOR REFINED SOCIETY
4 MORNING REFLECTIONS
5 RUTH & BOAZ
6 CHARITY & COURTESY
7 VISIT
5
1 OLD PEDDLER
2 BITTER WORDS
3 MEEK REPLY
4 EFFECT
5 ACTING A PART
6 SOFTER FEELINGS
7 DEATH-SCENE
8 DAY OF SMALL THINGS
9 SIMPLE CHRISTIAN COURTESY
19 1854 Reason, Only Oracle of Man Or a Compendius System of Natural Religion by Allen, Ethan 51,579W 206 3:26
1 ORACLES OF REASON
1
1 DUTY OF REFORMING MANKIND FROM SUPERSTITION & ERROR...
2 BEING OF A GOD
3 MANNER OF DISCOVERING MORAL PERFECTIONS...
4 CAUSE OF IDOLATRY, & REMEDY OF IT
2
1 ETERNITY OF CREATION
2 OBSERVATIONS OF MOSES'S ACCOUNT OF CREATION
3 ETERNITY & INFINITUDE OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE
4 PROVIDENCE OF GOD DOES NOT INTERFERE
3
1 DOCTRINE OF INFINITY OF EVIL & OF SIN CONSIDERED
2 MORAL GOVERNMENT OF GOD AS INCOMPATIBLE
3 HUMAN LIBERTY, AGENCY & ACCOUNTABILITY, CANNOT...
4 PHYSICAL EVILS.
4
1 SPECULATION ON DOCTRINE OF DEPRAVITY...
2 CONTAINING A DISQUISITION OF LAW OF NATURE...
5
1 ARGUMENTATIVE REFLECTIONS ON SUPERNATURAL
2 CONTAINING OBSERVATIONS ON PROVIDENCE
6
1 MIRACLES
2 SUCCESSION OF KNOWLEDGE, OR OF EXERTION OF POWER...
3 RARE & WONDERFUL PHENOMENA NO EVIDENCE OF MIRACLES
4 PRAYER CANNOT BE ATTENDED WITH MIRACULOUS CONSEQUENCES
7
1 VAGUENESS & UNINTELLIGIBLENESS OF PROPHECIES...
2 CONTENTIONS WHICH SUBSISTED BETWEEN PROPHETS...
8
1 NATURE OF FAITH & WHEREIN IT CONSISTS
2 TRADITIONS OF OUR FOREFATHERS
3 OUR FAITH IS GOVERNED BY OUR REASONINGS...
9
1 TRINITY OF PERSONS CANNOT EXIST IN DIVINE ESSENCE...
2 ESSENCE BEING CAUSE OF IDENTITY
3 IMPERFECTION OF KNOWLEDGE...
10
1 OBSERVATIONS ON STATE OF MAN, IN MOSES'S PARADISE...
2 POINTING OUT NATURAL IMPOSSIBILITY OF ALL & EVERY...
3 ORIGIN OF DEVIL OR OF MORAL EVIL...
11
1 IMPUTATION CANNOT CHANGE, ALIENATE OR TRANSFER...
2 MORAL RECTITUDE OF THINGS FORECLOSES...
3 CONTAINING REMARKS ON ATONEMENT
4 REMARKS ON REDEMPTION, WROUGHT OUT BY INFLICTING
12
1 VARIETY OF ANNOTATIONS & EXPOSITIONS
2 COMPILING OF MANUSCRIPTS OF SCRIPTURES
13
1 IMPORTANCE OF EXERCISE OF REASON...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3 3 1903 Miracles & Supernatural Religion by Whiton, James Morris 21,093W 84 1:24
1
1 Argument
2
1 gradual narrowing of miraculous element in Bible by recent discovery & discussion.
2 alarm thereby excited in Church.
3 fallacy which generates fear.
4 atheistic conception of nature which generates fallacy
5 present outgrowing of this conception.
3
1 present net results of discussion of miraculous element in Bible.
2 Evaporation of former evidential value of miracles.
3 Further insistence on this value a logical blunder.
4 transfer of miracles from artillery to baggage of Church.
5 Probability of a further reduction of list of miracles.
6 Also of a further transfer of events reputed miraculous to domain of history.
4
1 Arbitrary criticism of Biblical narratives of raising of "dead."
2 Facts which it ignores.
3 subject related to phenomena of trance, & records of premature burial.
4 resuscitation in Elisha's tomb probably historical.
5 Jesus' raising of ruler's daughter plainly such a case.
6 His raising of widow's son probably such.
7 hypothesis that his raising of Lazarus may also have been such critically examined
8 record allows this supposition.
9 Further considerations favoring it:
1 supposition threatens no real interest of Christianity.
2 Enhances character of act as a work of mercy.
3 Is independent of belief of witnesses of act.
4 Is coherent with general conception of healing works of Jesus as wrought by a peculiar psychical power.
1 Other cases.
2 resurrection of Jesus an event in a wholly different order of things.
3 practical result of regarding these resuscitations as in order of nature.
5
1 clearer conception of miracle approached
2 Works of Jesus once reputed miraculous not so reputed now, since not now transcending as once existing range of knowledge & power
3 This transfer of miraculous to natural likely to continue.
4 No hard & fast line between miraculous & non-miraculous
5 Miracle a provisional word, its application narrowing in enlarging mastery of secrets of Nature & of life.
6
1 Biblical miracles effluence of extraordinary lives.
2 Life world's magician & miracle-worker: its miracles now termed prodigies.
3 Miracle natural product of an extraordinary endowment of life.
4 Life ultimate reality
5 What any man can achieve is conditioned by psychical quality of his life
6 Nothing more natural, more supernatural, than life.
7 derived life of world filial to self-existent life of God: "begotten, not made."
8 Miracle as product of life, work of God.
7
1 question, old & new, now confronting theologians
2 Their recent retreat upon minimum of miracle.
3 present conflict of opinion in Church.
4 Its turning-point reached in antipodal turn-about in treatment of miracles from old to new apologetics
5 Revision of traditional idea of supernatural required for theological readjustment.
8
1 Account to be made of law of atrophy through disuse.
2 virgin birth & corporeal resurrection of Jesus, 2 miracles still insisted on as irreducible minimum, affected by this law.
3 vital truths of incarnation & immortality independent of these miracles.
4 These truths now placed on higher ground in a truer conception of supernatural
5 true supernatural is spiritual, not miraculous
6 Scepticism bred from contrary view
7 miracle-narratives, while less evidential for religion, not unimportant for history
8 Psychical research a needed auxiliary for scientific critic of these
9
1 cardinal point in present discussion reality not of miracles, but of supernatural
2 Fallacy of pointing to physical events as essential characteristics of supernatural Revelation.
3 character of a revelation determined not by its circumstances, but by its contents
4 Moral nature supernatural to physical.
5 Nature a hierarchy of natures.
6 Supernatural Religion historically attested by moral development it generates.
7 Transfer of its distinctive note from moral ideals to physical marvels a costly error.
8 Jesus' miracles a revelation, of a type common with others before & after.
9 unique Revelation of Jesus was in higher realm of divine ideas & ideals.
10 These, while unrealized in human life, still exhibit fact of a supernatural Revelation.
11 distinction of natural & supernatural belongs to period of moral progress up to spiritual maturity of man in image of God.
12 divine possibilities of humanity, imaged in Jesus, revealed as our inheritance & our prize.
 
26 1898 Mornings in College Chapel Short Addresses to Young Men on Personal Religion by Peabody, Francis Greenwood 40,392W 162 2:42
1 PACK L CLOUD OF WITNESSES
2 NOT TO BE MINISTERED UNTO, BUT TO MINISTER
3 TRANSMISSION OP POWER
4 LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE
5 CENTURION
6 SPIRITUAL ATHLETICS
7 RHYTHM OF LIPS
8 THAT OTHER DISCIPLE
9 MORAL TIMIDITY
10 HEAVENLY VISION
11 BREAD & WATER OP LIFE
12 RECOIL OF JUDGMENTS
13 INCIDENTAL
14 LEARNING & LIFE
15 FILLING LIPB FULL
16 TAKING ONE'S SHARE OP HARDSHIPS
17 CHRISTIAN UNITY
18 PATIENCE OP FAITH
19 BOND-SERVANT & SON
20 DYING TO LIVE
21 CARRYING YOUR OWN CROSS
22 POOR IN SPIRIT
23 MOURNERS
24 MEEK
25 HUNGER FOR RIGHTEOUSNESS
26 MERCIFUL
27 PURE IN HEART
28 2 BAPTISMS
29 WISE MEN & SHEPHERDS
30 SONG OF ANGELS
31 SECRET OF HEARTS REVEALED
32 GRACE OF JESUS CHRIST
33 EVERLASTING ARMS
34 COMFORT OF TRUTH
35 SWORD OF SPIRIT
36 LIFE is AN ARROW
37 DECLINE OF ENTHUSIASM
38 CROWN OF LIFE
39 HIDDEN MANNA & WHITE STONE
40 MORNING STAR
41 LIVING AS DEAD
42 OPEN DOOR
43 BEHOLD, I STAND AT DOOR & KNOCK
44 HE THAT OVERCOMETH IIO
45 PRODIGALITY OF PROVIDENCE
46 HARD LIFE
47 THIN LIFE
48 CROWDED LIFE
49 PATIENCE OF NATURE
50 DISTRIBUTION OF TALENTS
51 LAW OF INCREASING RETURNS
52 CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE OF WEALTH
53 AVERAGE MAN
54 OVERCOMING OF INSIGNIFICANCE
55 CAPACITY EXTIRPATED BY DISUSE
56 PARABLE OF VACUUM
57 CHRISTIANITY & BUSINESS
58 MAKING FRIENDS OF MAMMON
59 COMING TO ONE'S SELF
60 POPULARITY
61 2 QUESTIONS ABOUT CHRISTIANITY
62 AN UNRECORDED DAY
63 ANSWER TO 'PRAYER
64 AN IMPOSSIBLE NEUTRALITY
65 FINISHED LIFE
66 ATTAINING TO RESURRECTION
67 SIMON OF CYRENB
68 POWER & TEMPTATION
69 LOVING WITH MIND
70 AM I MY BROTHER'S KEEPER?
71 PROFESSIONALISM & PERSONALITY
72 CENTRAL SOLITUDE
73 IF THOU KNEWEST GlFT OF GOD
74 WEDDING GARMENT
75 ESCAPE FROM DESPONDENCY
76 DIFFICULTIES OF UNBELIEF
77 KNOWING GOD, & BEING KNOWN OF HIM
78 FREEDOM IN TRUTH
79 SOIL & SEED
80 LORD'S PRAYER
81 OUR FATHER
82 FATHER & SON
83 HALLOWED BE THY NAME
84 THY KINGDOM COME
85 THY WILL BE DONE
86 DAILY BREAD
87 FORGIVENESS
88 TEMPTATIONS
89 SIMPLICITY TOWARD CHRIST
90 OPEN OUR EYES
91 WORD MADE FLESH
92 LIST OF BIBLE PASSAGES
1 1900 After Music
by Josephine Preston Peabody 1874 - 1922
254,500W 1,018 16:58 7.8M
2 1915 Trail Hawk A COMEDY of seriousness of life
by Sinclair Lewis
203,750W 815 13:34:21 372M
1 Adventure of Youth
2 Adventure of Adventuring
3 Adventure of Love
3 Cloudy jewel
by Grace Livingston Hill 1865 - 1947
143,750W 575 9:35:02


4 1916 Paul Dauntless
by Matthews 1879-1951
130,250W 521 8:40:48 238M
1 Tribe of Youngest Son
2 Loom of Tent Maker
3 On Caravan Road
4 Golden Age
5 Whom say ye that I am
6 Scourge of Nazarenes
7 Great Adventure
8 Untravelled World
9 2 Escapes
10 Queen of East
11 Call Abroad
12 Island Adventure
13 From Lowland to Highland
14 Worshiped & Stoned
15 Return Journey
16 Decisive Battle
17 Finding a son
18 Westward Ho
19 Shout of Slave Girl
20 Earthquake
21 Goad to God
22 Sea of Island
23 Scorn of Athens
24 Challenge to Corinth
25 Loan on Land
26 Hopeless on Water
27 Defiance of Artemis
28 Foiled Plot
29 One who Marched Breast Forward
30 Away With Him
31 I Appeal to Caesar
32 King & Man in Chains
33 Typhoon
34 Shipwrecked
35 Castor & Pollux
36 On Appian Way
37 Mightier than Sword & Epilogue

5 1911 Common Law
by Robert W. (Robert William) Chambers
125,090W 500 8:20
6 Sisters-In-Law
by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton 1857-1948
112,927W 452 7:32
7 1752 Female Quixote Novel
by Charlotte Lennox 1730-1804
107,500W 430 7:09:51 196M
8 best man
by Grace Livingston Hill 1865 - 1947
98,500W 394 6:33:59 180M
9 1905 Law of Land
by Emerson Hough
90,862W 363 6:03
1
1 Miss LADY
2 MULEY
3 VISITOR
4 A QUESTION OF VALUATION
5 CERTAIN PROBLEMS
6 DRUM
7 BELL
8 VOLCANO
9 ON ITS MAJESTY'S SERVICE
10 MISS LADY OF STAIR
11 COLONEL CALVIN BLOUNT'S PROPOSAL
12 A WOMAN SCORNED
13 JOHN DOE vs. Y.V.R.R.
14 NUMBER 4
15 PURSUIT
16 TRAVELING BAG
17 MISS LADY & HENRY DECHERD
18 MISFORTUNE
2 MAKING OF WILDERNESS
3 EDDRING
1 AGENT OF CLAIMS
2 OPINIONS OF CALVIN BLOUNT
3 REGARDING LOUISE LOISSON
4 RELIGION OF JULES
5 DISCOVERY
6 DANCER
7 SUMMONS
8 STOLEN STEAMBOAT
9 ACCUSER
10 VOYAGE
11 WILDERNESS
12 HOUSE OF HORROR
13 NIGHT IN FOREST
14 AT BIG HOUSE
15 CERTAIN MOTIVES
16 NEW SHERIFF
17 LAW OF LAND
18 MISS LADY AT BIG HOUSE
19 THREE LADIES LOUISE
20 LID OF GRAVE
21 RED RIOT OF YOUTH
22 AMENDE HONORABLE
10 1915 Herland
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman 1860-1935
83,750W 335 5:34:27 153M
1 Not Unnatural Enterprise
2 Rash Advances
3 Peculiar Imprisonment
4 Our Venture
5 Unique History
6 Comparisons are Odius
7 Our Growing Modesty
8 Girls of Herland
9 Our Relations & Theirs
10 Their Religions & our Marriages
11 Our Difficulties
12 Expelled
11 1869 - 1943 Within Law
by Bayard Veiller & Marvin Hill Dana 1869-1943
83,207W 333 5:33
1 PANEL OF LIGHT
2 A CHEERFUL PRODIGAL.
3 ONLY 3 YEARS.
4 KISSES & KLEPTOMANIA
5 VICTIM OF LAW.
6 INFERNO.
7 WITHIN LAW.
8 A TIP FROM HEADQUARTERS.
9 A LEGAL DOCUMENT.
10 MARKED MONEY.
11 THIEF.
12 A BRIDEGROOM SPURNED.
13 ADVENT OF GRIGGS.
14 A WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT.
15 AFTERMATH OF TRAGEDY
16 BURKE PLOTS
17 OUTSIDE LAW
18 NOISELESS DEATH
19 WITHIN TOILS
20 WHO SHOT GRIGGS?
21 AGGIE AT BAY
22 TRAP THAT FAILED
23 CONFESSION
24 ANGUISH & BLISS
12 1910 History of Mr. Polly
by
Wells, H. G. (Herbert George)
73,498W 294 4:54
14 1912 Coming of Law
by Charles Alden Seltzer & R. W. Amick
81,037W 162 2:42
1 Arrival of Man
2 Rule of Cattle
3 Norton Makes a Discovery
4 At Circle Bar
5 Girl of Dry Bottom
6 Hollis Renews an Acquaintance
7 "Kicker" Becomes an Institution
8 Concerning "Six O'Clock
9 How a Bad Man Left "Kicker" Office
10 Lost Trail
11 Picking Up Trail
12 After Storm
13 "Woman She Don't Need No Tooter
14 Coalition
15 To Support Law
16 Bearer of Good News
17 Rustler
18 Tenth Day
19 How a Rustler Escaped
20 "Kicker's" Candidate
21 Dunlavey Plays a Card
22 Proof of Gratitude
23 Ten Spot Uses His Eyes
24 Campaign Guns
25 Handling Law
26 Autumn & Gods
27 Sear & Yellow Days
28 In Defiance of Law
29 Arm of Law
30 Forming a Friendship
15 1851 Wreaths of Friendship A Gift for Young
by F. C. Woodworth & T. S. (Timothy Shay) Arthur
37,394W 150 2:30
1 What shall we Build?
22 Cousins
3 A Noble Act
4 Word of God
5 Harsh Words & Kind Words
6 Herons & Herrings
7 Early Spring Flowers
8 Temptation Resisted T.S.A.
9 Evening Prayer
10 Stretching Truth
11 City Pigeon
12 Day in Woods
13 Spider & Honey Bee
14 Emma Lee & her Sixpence
15 Uncle Roderick's Stories
16 Honesty Best Policy
17 How a Rogue Feels when he is Caught
18 Weekly Newspaper
19 Cider Plot
20 My First Hunting Excursion
21 Saturday in Winter
22 Rover & his Little Master
23 Something Wrong
24 Favorite Child
25 Mine
26 Miner
27 Visit to Fairy Land
28 Hermit
29 Picture
30 Boy & Robin
31 Something about Conscience
32 Old Ned
33 Freed Butterfly
34 Julia & Her Birds
35 Song of Snow Bird
36 How to Avoid a Quarrel
37 Passing for More than One is Worth
38 Lament of Invalid
39 Use of Flowers
40 Sliding Down Hill
41 A Garden Overrun with Weeds
42 Disappointment Sometimes a Blessing
43 Old Man at Cottage Door
44 Story of a Stolen Pen
16 1914 Law-Breakers
by Ridgwell Cullum
142,109W 568 9:08
1 WATCHING LINE
2 WHITE POINT
3 HOLD-UP
4 AT FOOT OF AN AGED PINE
5 BOUND FOR SOUTHERN TRAIL
6 MAN-HUNTERS
7 CHARLIE BRYANT
8 SOUL-SAVERS
9 "STRAY"-HUNTER
10 BROTHERS
11 UNREGENERATE
12 DISCOMFITURE OF HELEN
13 LIGHT HEARTED SOULS
14 HOUSE OF DIRTY O'BRIEN
15 ADVENTURES IN NIGHT
16 FURTHER ADVENTURES
17 BILL PEEPS UNDER SURFACE
18 ARM OUTREACHING
19 BILL MAKES 3 DISCOVERIES
20 IN FAR REACHES
21 WORD FROM HEADQUARTERS
22 MOVES IN GAME OF LOVE
23 STORM CLOUDS
24 SOUL OF A MAN
25 BROKEN CHAIN
26 ROCKY SPRINGS HEARS NEWS
27 HIDDEN CORRAL
28 WAGER
29 BILL'S FRESH BLUNDERING
30 COMMITTEE DECIDE
31 ANTAGONISTS
32 TREACHERY
33 PLAYING GAME
34 AN ENCOUNTER
35 ON MONDAY NIGHT
36 STILL MONDAY NIGHT
37 NIGHT TRAIL
38 FALL OF OLD PINE
39 FROM ASHES
40 DAWN

17 Homely Woman
by Fay Inchfawn 1880-1978
18,750W 75 1:14:39 34.2M
1 Long View
2 Within my House
3 Housewife
4 To Mother
5 In Such an Hour
6 Daily Interview
7 Little House
8 House Mother
9 Woman in Hospital
10 In Convalescence
11 Homesick
12 On Washing Day
13 When Baby Strayed
14 If Only...
15 Listening
16 Dear Folks in Devon
17 Reason
18 Two Women
19 Prize Fight
20 Home Lights
21 to an Old Teapot
22 To a Rebellious Daughter
23 For Mothering
24 Little Fan
25 Naughty Day
26 To a Little White Bird
27 Because
28 When He Comes
29 Early Spring
30 Witness
31 In Somerset
32 Song of a Woodland Stream
33 Luggage in Advance
34 At Cross Roads
35 Summer met Me
36 Carrier
37 Lad's Love by Gate
38 Thrush
39 In Dorset Dear
40 Flight of Fairies
41 Street Player
42 On All Souls' Eve
43 Log Fire
44 God save King

18 Diving Bell Or, Pearls to be Sought for
by Francis C. (Francis Channing) Woodworth
16,596W 66 1:06
1 NAME OF MY BOOK
2 THINKING & LAUGHING
3 SCHEMING SPIDER
4 GENIUS IN BUD
5 PUTTING ON AIRS
6 "TRY OTHER END"
7 FOX & CRAB
8 GREEDY FLY
9 CAROLINE & HER KITTEN
10 "I DON'T KNOW"
11 LEARNED GEESE
12 WRONG WAY
13 RIGHT WAY
14 OLD GOAT & HIS PUPIL
15 ON BARKING DOGS

19 1902 Philosophy 4 (Novel)
by Wister, Owen
14,440W 58 58Min
20 1860-1954 Fishing with a Worm
by Bliss Perry
7,250W 29 28:42
21 1895 Chautauqua Girls at Home
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
131,500W 526 8:45:56 240M
1 Treading on New Ground
2 Flossy 'Begins'
3 Burdens
4 Col. Baker's Sabbath Evening
5 New Music
6 Disturbing Elements
7 Prayer Meeting & Tableaux
8 Dr. Dennis' Study
9 White Sunday
10 Rainy Evening
11 Next Thing
12 Setting Questions
13 Looking for Work
14 Unarmed Soldier
15 Marion's Plan
16 Theory Versus Practice
17 Discussion
18 Result
19 Keeping Promise
20 How It Was Done
21 Ruth & Harold
22 Revival
23 Strange Story
24 Loneliness
25 Added Name
26 Learners
27 Flossy's Party
28 A Parting Glance

22 Four Girls at Chautauqua
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
131,000W 524 8:43:47 239M
1 Question Discussed
2 Entering Current
3 Fairpoint
4 Unrest
5 Feasts
6 Table Talk
7 At Evening Time It Shall Be Bright
8 Fleeing
9 How Flitting Ended
10 Heart Touches
11 Flossy at School
12 Cross Purposes
13 New Lesson
14 Great Men
15 War of Words
16 Getting Ready to Live
17 Silent Witness
18 Old Story
19 People Who, Having Eyes, See Not
20 Sense of Duty
21 One Minute's Work
22 I've Been Redeemed
23 Sword Thrusts
24 Sermons In Chalk
25 Their Works Do Follow Them
26 Unfinished Music
27 Mental Problems
28 Waiting
29 Settle Question
30 Beginning of End
31 End of Beginning
23 Ruth Erskines Crosses
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
124,250W 497 8:16:40 227M
1 Her Cross Seems Heavy
2 Side Issues
3 Cross of Lead
4 Bitter Herbs
5 Seeking Help
6 From Different Standpoints
7 One Drop of Oil
8 Finding One's Calling
9 Society Cross
10 Other People's Crosses
11 A Newly Shaped Cross
12 Cross of Helplessness
13 Looking for an Easy Yoke
14 'Through a Glass Darkly'
15 Rests
16 Shadowed Joys
17 Duty's Burden
18 Embarrassment & Merriment
19 My Daughters
20 Sister Needed
21 Trying Questions
22 'That Which Satisfieth Not'
23 Wherefore
24 'Hearken Unto Me'
25 'Bitter Sweet'
26 'These Be Thy Gods'
27 Baptism of Suffering
28 'Oil of Joy'
2 4 Judge Burnhams Daughters
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
122,500W 490 8:09:28 224M
1 After 6 Years
2 Plants That Had Blossomed
3 Logic & Interrogation Points
4 Unwelcome Responsibilities
5 'Forwarned' & 'Forearmed'
6 Drifting
7 Unexpected
8 Slippery Ground
9 Old Question
10 Coming to an Understanding
11 WCTU
12 Deed for Will
13 Wisdom of This World
14 Troublesome 'Young Person'
15 'All Come'
16 On Mount & in Valley
17 Plain Understanding
18 Stormy Weather
19 Waiting
20 Belated Work
21 Transformation
22 Days of Privilege
23 'O, Mamma Good By'
24 'Next Most'
25 Waiting Worker
26 Under Guidance
27 At Home
25 Four Mothers at Chautauqua
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
121,750W 487 8:06:30 222M
1 Where Are Girls
2 Let Us Go
3 Another Mother
4 On Threshold
5 Unexpected
6 In Spite of Things
7 Possibilities
8 Climax
9 Problem
10 Problem Solved
11 Clothes & Perplexities
12 Some Settled Things
13 Forced into Argument
14 Puzzling Questions
15 Almost
16 Storm
17 Common
18 Dilemmas
19 We'll Do It Together
20 Sing Paeans Over Past
21 Maiden Efforts
22 New Departures
23 Where 2 or 3
24 Links in Chain
25 Conflicts with 'Moral Flabbiness'
26 I Have Something to Tell You
27 Memorials
28 'Sing a Song of Years'

 

26 Interrupted
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
120,500W 482 8:01:08 220M
1 Reaching Into Tomorrow
2 Why
3 Out In World
4 An Open Door
5 Trying to Endure
6 Lifted Up
7 'Our Church'
8 Making Opportunities
9 Outside Circle
10 An Open Door
11 A 'Fantastic'
12 Logic & Labor
13 Innovations
14 Blind
15 Starting for Home
16 Lost Friends
17 Spreading Nets
18 Bud in Search of Comfort
19 Comforted
20 Bud as a Teacher
21 One of Victims
22 New Lines of Work
23 Unpalatable Truths
24 Recognition
25 Danger Seen & Unseen
26 Escaped Victim
27 Summer's Story
28 Family Secret
27 Ester Namesake
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
119,250W 477 7:56:18 218M
1 What's In a Name
2 Sacrifice
3 Thorns
4 Joram Pratt
5 Rebel
6 Victors
7 Scruples
8 Models
9 Harmony & Discord
10 Words
11 On Trail
12 A Cross Trail
13 Melindy's Bed
14 Melindy
15 Theory & Practice
16 Deliberately & Forever
17 Discipline
18 Love
19 Wouldn't You
20 Home
21 Household Questionings
22 Why She Quit
23 Surprise
24 Homeward Bound
25 Woman of Her Word
26 Nest Egg
27 Children of One Father
28 Eminently Sensible Person
29 Same Person
30 Something Portentous Was About to Happen
28 Ester Ried Yet Speaking
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
119,000W 476 7:55:45 217M
1 It May Be that She Is Working Still
2 What Did It All Amount To, Anyhow
3 Anything Uncommon About Me
4 I Don't Blame Them
5 A Christian Home
6 Satan He Has 'Em All Week
7 What A Little Schemer It Is
8 What Would You Do Dear
9 Tremendous Facts He Said
10 & She Always Tried
11 I Have But To Try Again
12 I Want Them To Get Used To Parlors
13 Let Us Be Fashionable
14 Something's Happened
15 What Made Her Different
16 Here Was His Opportunity
17 I Wonder What They're All After
18 Yourn's Way
19 We Have Begun Backwards
20 Oh, What A Nice Thought
21 Had His Experiment Been Too Severe
22 Some People Are Hard To Warn
23 Part Of Great Well To Do World
24 For You Don't Know What May Come
25 What Do You Hope To Accomplish
26 'O Lord Take Dirk Too
27 An Awful Problem
28 May She Go With Me
29 What If I Belonged
30 It Is No Made Up Affair
31 Their Works Do Follow Them
29 Ruth Erskines Son
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
117,750W 471 7:51:01 215M
1 Whims
2 'Never Mind, Momie'
3 Mamie Parker
4 Would She 'Do'
5 Old Cat
6 Ideal conditions
7 'Mothers Are Queer'
8 A Spoiled Mother
9 Sentiment & Sacrifices
10 'Sentimental' People
11 'Plans for a Purpose'
12 Accident or Design
13 Was Irene Right
14 General Manager
15 Looking Backward
16 For Maybelle's Sake
17 Built on Sand
18 Justice or Mercy
19 Alone
20 They Hated Mystery
21 'A Study'
22 Loyal Heart
23 Puzzling Questions
24 Ally
25 Crisis
26 Strange Change
27 Retrograde Movement
28 'Something Had Happened'
29 Renunciation
30 'Two, & Two, 7 Two'
3 0 1873 Wise & Otherwise
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
116,750W 467 7:47:03 213M
1 I have given thee a wise & understanding heart
2 & who knoweth wether he shalll be a wise man or a fool
3 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools
4 Neither make thyself overwise. Why shouldest thou destroy thyself
5 tongue of wise useth knowledge aright
6 heart of wise teacheth his mouth
7 For all this I considered in my heart even to declare all this, that righteaous, & wise, & their works, are in hand of go
8 They are wise to do evil, but to do good they have no knowledge' 'but god hath chosen foolish things of world to confound wise
9 Be that winneth souls is wise
10 In mouth of foolish in red of pride, but lips of wise shall preserve them
11 See, then, that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools but as wise
12 There is treasure to be desired & oil in dwelling of wise, but a foolish man spendeth it up
13 'Oh that threy were wise, that they understood this
14 These things also belong to wise
15 I would have you wise unto that which is good
16 He giveth wisdom unto wise
17 How do ye say, we are wise, & law of Lord is with me
18 For by wise counsel thou shalt make thy war
19 Great men are not always wise
20 testimony of Lord is sure, making wise simple
21 way of a fool is right in his own eyes, but he that harkeneth unto counsel is wise
22 Ye are wise in Christ
23 Where is wise. Hath not God made foolish wisdom of this world
24 If thou be wise, thou shalt be wise for thyself
25 heart of wise is in house of mourning
26 For vain man would be wise
27 wise in heart will receive commandments
28 thou shalt speak unto all that are wise hearted
29 king's favor is toward a wise servant
30 For vain man would be wise
31 For all this I considered in my heart, even to declare all this, that righteous, & wise, & their works, are in hand of God
31 Julia Ried
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
111,750W 447 7:26:48 204M
1 Find My Sphere
2 Meet Social Question
3 Become Sub Sexton
4 Work Is Done for Eternity
5 Meet Other Side of Question
6 Troubled Sunday
7 Discover a Christian Duty
8 Have a Religious Conversation
9 We make Calls & Comments
10 My Head Gets Ahead of My Heart
11 find a Slippery Path
12 Follow a False Light
13 Am Stung with Truth
14 discussed Difference Between White & Black
15 Have but One Voice
16 Tread Among Shadows
17 Blind Led Blind
18 Conflicting Forces
19 Some Searching Questions
20 Class Is Not Considered
21 Comfort of Mourning Is Discussed
22 Prove Truth of Old Adage
23 Much Joy & Some Work
24 Feel My Destiny Approaching
25 looked for One Scene & Found Another
26 He Led Us in Path that We Did Not Know
32 Ester Ried
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
109,250W 437 7:16:31 199M
1 Ester's Home
2 What Sadie Thought
3 Florence Vane
4 Sunday Lesson
5 Poor Little Fish
6 Something Happens
7 Journeying
8 Journey's End
9 Cousin Abbie
10 Estern's Minister
11 New Boarder
12 Three People
13 Strange Christian
14 Little Card
15 What Is Difference
16 Victory
17 Stepping Between
18 Light Out of Darkness
19 Sundries
20 Home
21 Tested
22 Little Plum Pies
23 Crosses
24 God's Way
25 Sadie Surrounded
26 Confusion, Cross Bearing, Consequence
27 Time to Sleep
28 At Last
3 3 1887 Divers Women
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
85,750W 343 5:42:42 156M
1 Sunday Fractures Chap 1
2 New Nerves
3 Where He Spent Christmas
4 Vida 1
5 How a Woman Was Converted to Missions
6 Mrs. Lewis' Book P1 Book
7 Buckwheat Cakes
8 Faith & Gasoline
9 Benjamin's Wife
3 4 Kings Daughter
By Pansy, Isabella Alden 1841 - 1930
85,250W 341 5:40:43 155M
1 Dell's Return Home
2 Young Mistress
3 Letter & Visitor
4 Signing Pledge
5 Temperance Meeting
6 Drunkard's Home
7 Infant Class
8 Finding Recruits for Temperance Army
9 Tea Party
10 Dell's Visitors
11 How to Teach Reckless Boys
12 Temperance Dialogue
13 Stange Scene in a Bar Room
14 Trip to Boston
15 Review
16 Principle or Expediency
17 Little Mamie's Death
18 Signing Pledge 2nd Time
19 Wedding & Wine
20 Sad Funeral
21 Jim Forbes' Speech
22 Fire
23 Doctors & their Patient
24 Strange Wedding
3 5 1889-1912 Essays
By Voltairine de Cleyre 1866-1912
187,000W 748 12:27:30 342M
1 dominant idea
2 Anarchism
3 Anarchism & American traditions
4 Anarchism in Literature
5 Making of an Anarchist
6 1887 11th of Novenber
7 Crime & Punishment 1
9 Defense of Emma Goldman
10 Direct Action
11 Paris Commune
12 Mexican Revolution
13 Thomas Paine
14 Dyer D Lum
15 Fransisco Ferrer
16 Modern Educational Reform
17 Sex Slavery
18 Literature Mirror of Man
19 Drama of 19th Century
20 They who marry do I'll
21 Economioc Tendancy of Freethought
3 6 1889-1910 Selected Letters Sketches Stories
By Voltairine de Cleyre 1866-1912
31,250W 125 2:04:25 57M
1 Rocket of Iron
2 Chain Gang
3 Heart of Angiolilo
4 Reward of Apostate
5 At End of Alley
6 Alone
7 To strive & fail
8 sorrows of body
9 Triumph of Youth
10 Old Shoemaker
11 Where White Rose Died
12 Lance for Anarchy
13 Letter to Senator Hawly
14 philosohy of selfishness & metaphysical ethics
3 7 1868 Holidays at Roselands
Martha Finley 1828-1909
133,250W 533 8:52:34 243M 26 Pts
     
3 1915 Introduction to Philosophy by Fullerton, George Stuart 115,590W 462 7:42
1 INTRODUCTORY
1 MEANING OF WORD "PHILOSOPHY" IN PAST & PRESENT
1 Beginnings of Philosophy
2 Greek Philosophy at its Height
3 Philosophy as a Guide to Life
4 Philosophy in Middle Ages
5 Modern Philosophy
6 What Philosophy means in our Time
2 COMMON THOUGHT, SCIENCE, & REFLECTIVE THOUGHT
1 Common Thought
2 Scientific Knowledge
3 Mathematics
4 Science of Psychology
5 Reflective Thought
 
 
 
2 PROBLEMS TOUCHING EXTERNAL WORLD
1 IS THERE EXTERNAL WORLD?
1 How Plain Man thinks he knows World
2 Psychologist & External World
3 Telephone Exchange
2 SENSATIONS & THINGS
1 Sense & Imagination
2 May we call "Things" Groups of Sensations?
3 Distinction between Sensations & "Things
4 Existence of Material Things
3 APPEARANCES & REALITIES
1 Things & their Appearances
2 Real Things
3 Ultimate Real Things
4 Bugbear of Unknowable
4 SPACE
1 What we are supposed to know about It
2 Space as Necessary & Space as Infinite.
3 Space as Infinitely Divisible
4 What is Real Space?
5 TIME
1 Time as Necessary, Infinite, & Infinitely Divisible
2 Problem of Past, Present, & Future
3 What is Real Time?
3 PROBLEMS TOUCHING MIND
1 WHAT IS MIND?
1 Primitive Notions of Mind
2 Mind as Immaterial
3 Modern Common Sense Notions of Mind
4 Psychologist & Mind
5 Metaphysician & Mind
2 MIND & BODY
1 Is Mind in Body?
2 Doctrine of Interactionist
3 Doctrine of Parallelist
4 In what Sense Mental Phenomena have a Time & Place
5 Objections to Parallelism
3 HOW WE KNOW THERE ARE OTHER MINDS
1 Is it Certain that we know It?
2 Argument for Other Minds
3 What Other Minds are there?
4 Doctrine of Mind-stuff
4 OTHER PROBLEMS OF WORLD & MIND
1 Is Material World a Mechanism?
2 Place of Mind in Nature
3 Order of Nature & "Free-will"
4 Physical World & Moral World.
 
4 SOME TYPES OF PHILOSOPHICAL THEORY
1 THEIR HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
1 Doctrine of Representative Perception
2 Step to Idealism
3 Revolt of Common Sense
4 Critical Philosophy
2 REALISM & IDEALISM
1 Realism
2 Idealism
3 MONISM & DUALISM
1 Meaning of Words
2 Materialism
3 Spiritualism
4 Doctrine of One Substance
5 Dualism
6 Singularism & Pluralism
4 RATIONALISM, EMPIRICISM, CRITICISM, & CRITICAL EMPIRICISM
1 Rationalism
2 Empiricism
3 Criticism
4 Critical Empiricism
5 Pragmatism
 
5 PHILOSOPHICAL SCIENCES
1 LOGIC
1 Introductory: Philosophical Sciences
2 Traditional Logic
3 "Modern" Logic
4 Logic & Philosophy.
2 PSYCHOLOGY
1 Psychology & Philosophy
2 Double Affiliation of Psychology
3 ETHICS & AESTHETICS
1 Common Sense Ethics
2 Ethics & Philosophy
3 Aesthetics.
4 METAPHYSICS
1 What is Metaphysics?
2 Epistemology
5 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
1 Religion & Reflection
2 Philosophy of Religion
6 PHILOSOPHY & OTHER SCIENCES
1 Philosophical & Non-philosophical Sciences
2 study of Scientific Principles & Methods
       
6 STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY
1 VALUE OF STUDY OF PHILOSOPHY
1 Question of Practical Utility
2 Why Philosophical Studies are Useful
3 Metaphysics & Philosophy of Religion
2 WHY WE SHOULD STUDY HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
1 Prominence given to Subject
2 Especial Importance of Historical Studies to Reflective Thought
3 Value of Different Points of View
4 Philosophy as Poetry & Philosophy as Science
5 How to read History of Philosophy
3 SOME PRACTICAL ADMONITIONS
1 Be prepared to enter upon a New Way of Looking at Things
2 Be willing to consider Possibilities which at first strike one as Absurd.
3 Do not have too much Respect for Authority.
4 Remember that Ordinary Rules of Evidence Apply.
5 Aim at Clearness & Simplicity.
6 Do not hastily accept a Doctrine.
 
 
4 1919 An Inquiry Into Nature Of Peace & Terms Of Its Perpetuation by Thorstein Veblen 114,324W 458 7:36
1
1 On State & Its Relation To War & Peace
2 inquiry is not concerned with intrinsic merits of peace or war
3 But with nature, causes & consequences of preconceptions favoring peace or war
4 A breach of peace is act of government, or State
5 Patriotism is indispensable to furtherance of warlike enterprise
6 All peoples of Christendom are sufficiently patriotic
7 Peace established by State, an armistice State an instrumentality for making peace, not for perpetuating it
8 governmental establishments & their powers in all Christian nations are derived from feudal establishments of Middle Ages
9 Still retain right of coercively controlling actions of their citizens
10 Contrast of Icelandic Commonwealth
11 statecraft of past half century has been one of competitive preparedness
12 Prussianised Germany has forced pace in this competitive preparedness
13 An avowedly predatory enterprise no longer meets with approval
14 When a warlike enterprise has been entered upon, it will have support of popular sentiment even if it is an aggressive war
15 moral indignation of both parties to quarrel is to be taken for granted
16 spiritual forces of any Christian nation may be mobilised for war by either of 2 pleas
1 preservation or furtherance of community's material interests, real or fancied
2 vindication of National Honour: as perhaps also perpetuation of national "Culture"
2 Nature & Uses Of Patriotism
1 nature of Patriotism
2 Is a spirit of Emulation
3 Must seem moral, if only to a biased populace
4 common man is sufficiently patriotic but is hampered with a sense of right & honest dealing
5 Patriotism is at cross purposes with modern life
6 Is an hereditary trait?
7 Variety of racial stocks in Europe
8 Patriotism a ubiquitous trait
9 Patriotism disserviceable, yet men hold to it
10 Cultural evolution of Europeans
11 Growth of a sense of group solidarity
12 Material interests of group falling into abeyance as class divisions have grown up, until prestige remains virtually sole community interest
13 Based upon warlike prowess, physical magnitude & pecuniary traffic of country
14 Interests of master class at cross purposes with fortunes of common man
15 Value of superiors is "prestige value,"
16 material benefits which this ruling class contribute are: defense against aggression, & promotion of community's material gain
17 common defense is a remedy for evils due to patriotic spirit
18 common defense usual blind behind which events are put in train for eventual hostilities
19 All nations of warring Europe convinced that they are fighting a defensive war
20 Which usually takes form of a defense of National Honour
21 Material welfare is of interest to Dynastic statesman only as it conduces to political success
22 policy of national economic self-sufficiency
23 chief material use of patriotism is its use to a limited number of persons in their quest of private gain
24 & has effect of dividing nations on lines of rivalry
3 Conditions of Lasting Peace
1 patriotic spirit of modern peoples is abiding source of contention among nations
2 Hence any calculus of Chances of Peace will be a reckoning of forces which may be counted on to keep a patriotic nation in an unstable equilibrium of peace
3 question of peace & war at large is a question of peace & war among Powers, which are of 2 contrasted kinds: those which may safely be counted on spontaneously to take offensive & those which will fight on provocation
4 War not a question of equity but of opportunity
5 Imperial designs of Germany & Japan as prospective cause of war
6 Peace can be maintained in two ways: submission to their dominion, or elimination of these 2 Powers: No middle course open
7 Frame of mind of states: men & popular sentiment in a Dynastic State
8 Information, persuasion & reflection will not subdue national animosities & jealousies: Peoples of Europe are racially homogeneous along lines of climatic latitude
9 But loyalty is a matter of habituation
10 Derivation & current state of German nationalism
11 Contrasted with animus of citizens of a commonwealth
12 A neutral peace-compact may be practicable in absence of Germany & Japan, but it has no chance in their presence
13 national life of Germany: Intellectuals
14 Summary of chapter
4 Peace Without Honour
1 Submission to Imperial Power one of conditions precedent to a peaceful settlement
2 Character of projected tutelage
3 Life under Pax Germanica contrasted with Ottoman & Russian rule
4 China & biological & cultural success
5 Difficulty of non-resistant subjection is of a psychological order
6 Patriotism of bellicose kind is of nature of habit
7 & men may divest themselves of it
8 decay of bellicose national spirit must be of negative order, disuse of discipline out of which it has arisen
9 Submission to Imperial authorities necessitates abeyance of national pride among other peoples
10 Pecuniary merits of projected Imperial dominion
11 Pecuniary class distinctions in commonwealths & pecuniary burden on common man
12 Material conditions of life for common man under modern rule of big business
13 competitive régime, "what traffic will bear," & life & labor of common man
14 Industrial sabotage by businessmen
15 Contrasted with Imperial usufruct & its material advantages to common man
5 Peace & Neutrality
1 Personal liberty, not creature comforts, ulterior springs of action of common man of democratic nations
2 No change of spiritual state to be looked for in life-time of oncoming generation
3 Dynastic spirit among peoples of Empire will, under discipline of modern economic conditions, fall into decay
4 Contrast of class divisions in Germany & England
5 National establishments are dependent for their continuance upon preparation for hostilities
6 time required for people of Dynastic States to unlearn their preconceptions will be longer than interval required for a new onset
7 There can be no neutral course between peace by unconditional surrender & submission or peace by elimination of Imperial Germany & Japan
8 Peace by submission not practicable for modern nations
9 Neutralisation of citizenship
10 Spontaneous move in that direction not to be looked for
11 Its chances of success
12 course of events in America
6 Elimination of Unfit
1 A league of neutrals, its outline
2 Need of security from aggression of Imperial Germany
3 Inclusion of Imperial States in league
4 Necessity of elimination of Imperial military clique
5 Necessity of intermeddling in internal affairs of Germany even if not acceptable to German people
6 Probability of pacific nations taking measures to insure peace
7 British gentleman & his control of English government
8 shifting of control out of hands of gentleman into those of underbred common man
9 war situation & its probable effect on popular habits of thought in England
10 course of such events & their bearing on chances of a workable pacific league
11 Conditions precedent to a successful pacific league of neutrals
12 Colonial possessions
13 Neutralisation of trade relations
14 Futility of economic boycott
15 terms of settlement 269
16 effect of war & chances of British people being able to meet exigencies of peace
17 Summary of terms of settlement
18 Constitutional monarchies & British gentlemanly government
19 American national establishment, a government by businessmen, & its economic policy
20 America & league
7 Peace & Price System
1 different conceptions of peace
2 Psychological effects of war
3 handicraft system & machine industry, & their psychological effect on political preconceptions
4 machine technology & decay of patriotic loyalty
5 Ownership & right of contract
6 Standardised under handicraft system
7 Ownership & machine industry
8 Business control & sabotage
9 Governments of pacific nations controlled by privileged classes
10 Effect of peace on economic situation
11 Economic aspects of a régime of peace, especially as related to development of classes
12 analogy of Victorian Peace
13 case of American Farmer
14 leisure class
15 rising standard of living
16 Culture
17 eventual cleavage of classes, those who own & those who do not
18 Conditioned by peace at large
19 Necessary conditions of a lasting peace
 
 
 
1 1900 - 47 American Psychology
by VARIOUS
234,00W 936 15:35:27
1 1900 - 22
103,000W 412 6:51:17
1 Chicago School by William James
2 Wherein Should Education of a Woman Differ from That of a Man by Kate Gordon
3 Significance of Suicide by James Gibson Hume
4 Contribution of Psychology to Education by Edward L. Thorndike
5 Case Against Introspection by Knight Dunlap
6 Social Self by George Herbert Mead
7 Psychology as Behaviorist Views It by John B. Watson
8 Psychology as Behaviorist Views It by John B. Watson
9 On Psychology as Behaviorist Views It by Edward B. Titchener
10 Social Devices for Impelling Women to Bear & Rear Children by Leta S. Hollingworth
11 Scientific Truth & Scientific Spirit by James Gibson Hume
12 Is Thinking Merely Action of Language Mechanisms? by John B. Watson
13 Conditioned Emotional Reactions by John B. Watson
14 Why Babe Ruth Is Greatest Home Run by Hitter Hugh Fullerton
15 Accepting Universe by Ethel Puffer Howes
16 New Formula for Behaviorism by Edward Chance Tolman
2 1884 Elements of Morals With Special Application of Moral Law to Duties of Individual & of Society & State
by Paul Janet & C. R. Corson
132,491W 530 8:30
1 Preliminary Notions
2 Division of Duties.
3 General Principles of Social Moral- ity
4 Duties of Justice. Duties toward Human Life.
5 Duties Concerning tlie Property of Others
6 Duties toward Liberty & toward Honor of Others.
7 Justice, Distributive & Remunerative. Equity
8 Duties of Charity & Self-Sacrifice
9 Duties toward State J
10 Professional Duties
11 International Duties. International Law
12 Family Duties
13 Duties toward One's Self. Duties relative to Body
14 Duties relative to External Goods
15 Duties relative to Intellect
16 Duties relative to Will
17 Picligious Morality. Religious Rights & Duties
18 Moral Medicine & Gymnastics
5 1850 Representative Men
by Ralph Waldo Emerson
106,500W 426 7:05:14 194M
1 Uses of Great Men
2 Plato: Philosopher
3 Plato, New Readings
4 Swedenborg: Mystic
5 Montaigne: Skeptic 1-2
6 Skapespeare: Poet
7 Napoleon: Man of World
8 Goethe: Writer

7 1914 Pep Poise, Efficiency, Peace
by William C. Hunter
102,000W 408 6:47:17 104M 60C

8 1911 Boy with US Census
by Francis Rolt-Wheeler 1876- 1960
97,250W 389 6:29:06 89M
6 1905 Approach to Philosophy by Perry, Ralph Barton 102,223W 409 6:49
1 APPROACH TO PROBLEM OF PHILOSOPHY
1 Practical Man & Philosopher 3
1 Is Philosophy a Merely Academic Interest?
2 Life as a Starting-point for Thought
3 Practical Knowledge of Means
4 Practical Knowledge of End or Purpose
5 Philosophy of Devotee, Man of Affairs, & Voluptuary
6 Adoption of Purposes & Philosophy of Life
2 Poetry & Philosophy 24
1 Who is Philosopher-Poet?
2 Poetry as Appreciation
3 Sincerity in Poetry. Whitman
4 Constructive Knowledge in Poetry. Shakespeare
5 Philosophy in Poetry. World-view. Omar Khayyam
6 Wordsworth
7 Dante
8 Difference between Poetry & Philosophy
3 Religious Experience 53
1 Possibility of Defining Religion
2 Profitableness of Defining Religion
3 True Method of Defining Religion
4 Religion as Belief
5 Religion as Belief in a Disposition or Attitude
6 Religion as Belief in Disposition of Residual Environment, or Universe
7 Examples of Religious Belief
8 Typical Religious Phenomena. Conversion
9 Piety
10 Religious Instruments, Symbolism, & Modes of Conveyance
11 Historical Types of Religion. Primitive Religions
12 Buddhism
13 Critical Religion
4 Philosophical Implications of Religion
1 Résumé of Psychology of Religion
2 Religion Means to be True
3 Religion Means to be Practically True. God is a Disposition from which Consequences May Rationally be Expected
4 Historical Examples of Religious Truth & Error. Religion of Baal
5 Greek Religion
6 Judaism & Christianity
7 Cognitive Factor in Religion
8 Place of Imagination in Religion
9 Special Functions of Religious Imagination
10 Relation between Imagination & Truth in Religion
11 Philosophy Implied in Religion & in Religions
5 Natural Science & Philosophy
1 True Relations of Philosophy & Science. Misconceptions & Antagonisms
2 Spheres of Philosophy & Science
3 Procedure of a Philosophy of Science
4 Origin of Scientific Interest
5 Skill as Free
6 Skill as Social
7 Science for Accommodation & Construction
8 Method & Fundamental Conceptions of Natural Science. Descriptive Method
9 Space, Time, & Prediction
10 Quantitative Method
11 General Development of Science
12 Determination of Limits of Natural Science
13 Natural Science is Abstract
14 Meaning of Abstractness in Truth
15 But Scientific Truth is Valid for Reality
16 Relative Practical Value of Science & Philosophy
2 SPECIAL PROBLEMS OF PHILOSOPHY
1 Metaphysics & Epistemology 149
1 Impossibility of an Absolute Division of Problem of Philosophy
2 Dependence of Order of Philosophical Problems upon Initial Interest
3 Philosophy as Interpretation of Life
4 Philosophy as Extension of Science
5 Historical Differentiation of Philosophical Problem
6 Metaphysics Seeks a Most Fundamental Conception
7 Monism & Pluralism
8 Ontology & Cosmology Concern Being & Process
9 Mechanical & Teleological Cosmologies
10 Dualism
11 New Meaning of Monism & Pluralism
12 Epistemology Seeks to Understand Possibility of Knowledge
13 Scepticism, Dogmatism, & Agnosticism
14 Source & Criterion of Knowledge according to Empiricism & Rationalism. Mysticism
15 Relation of Knowledge to its Object according to Realism, & Representative Theory
16 Relation of Knowledge to its Object according to Idealism
17 Phenomenalism, Spiritualism, & Panpsychism
18 Transcendentalism, or Absolute Idealism
2 Normative Sciences & Problems of Religion 180
1 Normative Sciences
2 Affiliations of Logic
3 Logic Deals with Most General Conditions of Truth in Belief
4 Parts of Formal Logic. Definition, Self-evidence, Inference, & Observation
5 Present Tendencies. Theory of Judgment
6 Priority of Concepts
7 Æsthetics Deals with Most General Conditions of Beauty. Subjectivistic & Formalistic Tendencies
8 Ethics Deals with Most General Conditions of Moral Goodness
9 Conceptions of Good. Hedonism
10 Rationalism
11 Eudæmonism & Pietism. Rigorism & Intuitionism
12 Duty & Freedom. Ethics & Metaphysics
13 Virtues, Customs, & Institutions
14 Problems of Religion. Special Interests of Faith
15 Theology Deals with Nature & Proof of God
2 Normative Sciences & Problems of Religion 180
16 Ontological Proof of God
17 Cosmological Proof of God
18 Teleological Proof of God
19 God & World. Theism & Pantheism
20 Deism
21 Metaphysics & Theology
22 Psychology is Theory of Soul
23 Spiritual Substance
24 Intellectualism & Voluntarism
25 Freedom of Will. Necessitarianism, Determinism, & Indeterminism
26 Immortality. Survival & Eternalism
27 Natural Science of Psychology. Its Problems & Method
28 Psychology & Philosophy
29 Transition from Classification by Problems to Classification by Doctrines. Naturalism. Subjectivism. Absolute Idealism. Absolute Realism
 
 
3 SYSTEMS OF PHILOSOPHY
1 Naturalism
1 General Meaning of Materialism
2 Corporeal Being
3 Corporeal Processes. Hylozoism & Mechanism
4 Materialism & Physical Science
5 Development of Conceptions of Physical Science. Space & Matter
6 Motion & its Cause. Development & Extension of Conception of Force
7 Development & Extension of Conception of Energy
8 Claims of Naturalism
9 Task of Naturalism
10 Origin of Cosmos
11 Life. Natural Selection
12 Mechanical Physiology
13 Mind. Reduction to Sensation
14 Automatism
15 Radical Materialism. Mind as an Epiphenomenon
16 Knowledge. Positivism & Agnosticism
17 Experimentalism
18 Naturalistic Epistemology not Systematic
19 General Ethical Stand-point
20 Cynicism & Cyrenaicism
21 Development of Utilitarianism. Evolutionary Conception of Social Relations
22 Naturalistic Ethics not Systematic
23 Naturalism as Antagonistic to Religion
24 Naturalism as Basis for a Religion of Service, Wonder, & Renunciation
2 Subjectivism
1 Subjectivism Originally Associated with Relativism & Scepticism
2 Phenomenalism & Spiritualism
3 Phenomenalism as Maintained by Berkeley. Problem Inherited from Descartes & Locke
4 Refutation of Material Substance
5 Application of Epistemological Principle
6 Refutation of a Conceived Corporeal World
7 Transition to Spiritualism
8 Further Attempts to Maintain Phenomenalism
9 Berkeley's Spiritualism. Immediate Knowledge of Perceiver
10 Schopenhauer's Spiritualism, or Voluntarism. Immediate Knowledge of Will
11 Panpsychism
12 Inherent Difficulty in Spiritualism. No Provision for Objective Knowledge
13 Schopenhauer's Attempt to Universalize Subjectivism. Mysticism
14 Objective Spiritualism
15 Berkeley's Conception of God as Cause, Goodness, & Order
16 General Tendency of Subjectivism to Transcend Itself
17 Ethical Theories. Relativism
18 Pessimism & Self-denial
19 Ethics of Welfare
20 Ethical Community
21 Religion of Mysticism
22 Religion of Individual Coöperation with God
3 Absolute Realism 306
1 Philosopher's Task, & Philosopher's Object, or Absolute
2 Eleatic Conception of Being
3 Spinoza's Conception of Substance
4 Spinoza's Proof of God, Infinite Substance. Modes & Attributes
5 Limits of Spinoza's Argument for God
6 Spinoza's Provision for Finite
7 Transition to Teleological Conceptions
8 Early Greek Philosophers not Self-critical
9 Curtailment of Philosophy in Age of Sophists
10 Socrates & Self-criticism of Philosopher
11 Socrates's Self-criticism a Prophecy of Truth
12 Historical Preparation for Plato
13 Platonism: Reality as Absolute Ideal or Good
14 Progression of Experience toward God
15 Aristotle's Hierarchy of Substances in Relation to Platonism
16 Aristotelian Philosophy as a Reconciliation of Platonism & Spinozism
17 Leibniz's Application of Conception of Development to Problem of Imperfection
18 Problem of Imperfection Remains Unsolved
19 Absolute Realism in Epistemology. Rationalism
20 Relation of Thought & its Object in Absolute Realism
21 Stoic & Spinozistic Ethics of Necessity
22 Platonic Ethics of Perfection
23 Religion of Fulfilment & Religion of Renunciation
4 Absolute Idealism
1 General Constructive Character of Absolute Idealism
2 Great Outstanding Problems of Absolutism
3 Greek Philosophers & Problem of Evil. Task of New Absolutism
4 Beginning of Absolute Idealism in Kant's Analysis of Experience
5 Kant's Principles Restricted to Experiences which they Set in Order
6 Post-Kantian Metaphysics is a Generalization of Cognitive & Moral Consciousness as Analyzed by Kant. Absolute Spirit
7 Fichteanism, or Absolute Spirit as Moral Activity
8 Romanticism, or Absolute Spirit as Sentiment
9 Hegelianism, or Absolute Spirit as Dialectic
10 Hegelian Philosophy of Nature & History
11 Résumé. Failure of Absolute Idealism to Solve Problem of Evil
12 Constructive Argument for Absolute Idealism is Based upon Subjectivistic Theory of Knowledge 368
13 Principle of Subjectivism Extended to Reason
14 Emphasis on Self-consciousness in Early Christian Philosophy
15 Descartes's Argument for Independence of Thinking Self
16 Empirical Reaction of English Philosophers
17 To Save Exact Science Kant Makes it Dependent on Mind
18 Post-Kantians Transform Kant's Mind-in-general into Absolute Mind
19 Direct Argument. Inference from Finite Mind to Infinite Mind
20 Realistic Tendency in Absolute Idealism
21 Conception of Self-consciousness Central in Ethics of Absolute Idealism. Kant
22 Kantian Ethics Supplemented through Conceptions of Universal & Objective Spirit
23 Peculiar Pantheism & Mysticism of Absolute Idealism
24 Religion of Exuberant Spirituality
5 Conclusion 395
1 Liability of Philosophy to Revision Due to its Systematic Character
2 One Science & Many Philosophies
3 Progress in Philosophy. Sophistication or Eclecticism of Present Age
4 Metaphysics. Antagonistic Doctrines of Naturalism & Absolutism
5 Concessions from Side of Absolutism. Recognition of Nature. Neo-Fichteans
6 Neo-Kantians
7 Recognition of Individual. Personal Idealism
8 Concessions from Side of Naturalism. Recognition of Fundamental Principles
9 Recognition of Will. Pragmatism
10 Summary & Transition to Epistemology
11 Antagonistic Doctrines of Realism & Idealism. Realistic Tendency in Empirical Idealism
12 Realistic Tendency in Absolute Idealism. Conception of Experience
13 Idealistic Tendencies in Realism. Immanence Philosophy
14 Interpretation of Tradition as Basis for a New Construction
15 Truth of Physical System, but Failure of Attempt to Reduce all Experience to it
16 Truth of Psychical Relations but Impossibility of General Reduction to them
17 Truth of Logical & Ethical Principles. Validity of Ideal of Perfection, but Impossibility of Deducing Whole of Experience from it
18 Error & Evil cannot be Reduced to Ideal
19 Collective Character of Universe as a Whole
20 Moral Implications of Such Pluralistic Philosophy. Purity of Good
21 Incentive to Goodness
22 Justification of Faith
23 Worship & Service of God
24 Philosopher & Standards of Market-Place
25 Secularism of Present Age
26 Value of Contemplation for Life
1 1 1838 Philosophy of Moral Feelings by Abercrombie, John 61,331W 245 4:05
1 NATURE & IMPORTANCE OF SCIENCE OF MORAL FEELINGS
1 Division of Mental Powers into Intellectual & Moral
2 Harmony which ought to exist between these classes
3 Causes by which this harmony is interrupted, & means of counteracting them
4 Interest of science of Moral Feelings
5 Peculiar sources of Knowledge bearing upon it, from light of Conscience, & of Divine Revelation
21 ST TRUTHS IN SCIENCE OF MORAL FEELINGS
1 Analogy between 1st Truths, or Intuitive Principles of Belief, in Intellectual, & in Moral Science
2 Classification of 1st Truths in Moral Science, as impressions arising out of each other, by an obvious chain of relations
1 Perception of nature & quality of actions, as just or unjust, right or wrong: & a conviction of duties which a man owes to other men
2 Conviction of existence & attributes of a Great First Cause, & Moral Governor.
3 Conviction of Moral Responsibility.
4 Impression of Future Existence.
1 Importance of these convictions, as intuitive articles of belief
 
 
 
3 PHILOSOPHY OF MORAL FEELINGS
1 INTRODUCTION
1 Analysis of Man as a Moral Being
2 Desires, Affections, & Self-love.
3 Will.
4 Moral Principle, or Conscience.
5 Moral relation of Man Towards Deity.
2 DESIRES, AFFECTIONS, SELF-LOVE
1 DESIRES 36
1 Animal Propensities
2 Wealth, Avarice
3 Power, Ambition
4 Superiority, Emulation
5 Society
6 Esteem or Approbation
7 Knowledge
8 Moral Improvement
9 Action
10 Importance of a Due Regulation of Desires
2 AFFECTIONS 53
1 Justice 55
1 Interests of others Integrity
2 Freedom of Action of others
3 Reputation of others
4 estimating Conduct & Character of others
5 Opinions of others Candour
6 Feelings of others
7 Justice to Moral Condition of others
2 Compassion & Benevolence
1 towards Distresses of others
2 towards Reputation of others
3 towards Character & Conduct of others, including Forgiveness of Injuries
4 towards Feelings of others
5 towards improving Moral Condition of others
3 Veracity
1 Love of Truth, in Reception of it
2 Veracity in delivering statements, including Sincerity
3 Truth of Purpose, or Correct fulfilment of Promises
4 Friendship, Love, & Gratitude
1 Domestic Affections
2 Defensive Affections, Anger, Jealousy, Resentment
3 Important Influence produced upon Exercise of Affections, By Attention
4 By Habit
5 Feeling of Moral Approbation attached to Exercise of Affections
6 Happiness arising from a due Exercise of Affections: Influence of Temper
5 Patriotism
1 Sense in which term is employed
2 Tendency of a true & Rational Self-love
3 Morbid Exercise of it, Selfishness
4 Disinterested Conduct & Self-denial
3 SELF-LOVE110
3 WILL 119
1 Simple Volition, its Origin from one of Desires or Affections
2 Operation of Moral Causes on Will
3 Nature of these Causes, & Source of Diversity of their operation in different individuals
1 Circumstances required for Uniformity of their Operation
1 Knowledge Truths of Natural & Revealed Religion
2 Attention Its influence on Moral Decisions
3 Moral Habits Origin & Progress of Derangement of Moral Harmony
4 Influence of Habits upon Character
5 Means of Correcting Injurious Moral Habits
6 Practical Conclusions from these Principles. Important
7 Influence of Moral Habits
8 Necessity & Probability of Divine Aid in correcting
9 Moral Derangement
10 Influence of Mental operation called Faith
4 MORAL PRINCIPLE, OR CONSCIENCE 155
1 Proofs of Existence of Conscience as a Distinct Principle of mind
2 Nature of its Operation as Regulating Principle
3 Analogy between it & Reason
4 Its Influence in conveying an Impression of Moral Attributes of Deity
5 Knowledge derived from this Source
6 Comparison of Divine Attributes with Actual State of Man
7 Difficulties arising from this Comparison removed only by Christian Revelation
8 Mental Process by which Regulating Power of Conscience is Impaired or Lost
9 Influence of this Condition upon Judgment in regard to Moral Truth
10 Influence of Attention in Moral Decisions
11 Man's responsibility for his belief
12 Important relation between Moral Emotions & voluntary Intellectual Processes
13 APPENDIX
1 Origin & Immutability of Moral Distinctions & Theories of Morals
2 Origin of Our Idea of Virtue & Vice
3 System of Mandeville
4 System of Clarke & Wollaston
5 System of Utility
6 Selfish System
7 System of Paley
8 Defect of these Systems in not acknowledging Supreme Authority of Conscience
9 Objections to belief of a uniformity of Moral Feeling which have been founded on practices of barbarous nations
10 System of Dr. Smith, or Theory of Sympathy
11 Province of Reason in Moral Decisions
12 Remarks on Observations of some late Writers respecting Corruption of Conscience
13 Harmony of Moral Feelings
14 Consistency of Character arising from this Harmony, & Defects of Character to which it is opposed
5 MORAL RELATION OF MAN TOWARDS DEITY 243
1 View of Divine Character in reference to this Regulation
2 Regulation of Moral Feelings which ought to arise out of it
1 Habitual effort to cultivate a Sense of Divine Presence, & to regulate Moral Feelings & Character by it
2 Submission to appointments of Providence
3 Sense of Moral Imperfection & Guilt, & Supplication for Mercy, with Reliance on Divine Aid
4 Sense of Gratitude, Affection, & Love
3 Conduct & Character arising out of this Condition of Moral Feelings
4 Means of Cultivating it
5 Nature & Operation of Faith
6 Province of Faith in Philosophy of Moral Feelings
7 Truths which are its more Immediate Object
8 Its Influence on Moral Condition
9 Province of Faith in Scheme of Christianity
10 Certain Errors regarding Faith
11 Harmony of Christian Truth with Philosophy of Moral Feelings
9 Scrap Book (volume 1) Sampler
by VARIOUS
81,000W 324 5:23:27
1 Coming Test of American Resources by James J. Hill
2 Progress of Women, by Lydia K. Commander
3 Descent Into Maelstrom by Edgar Allan Poe
4 Great Southwest, by Charles M. Harvey
5 Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce
6 World's Fastest Trains by Anonymous
7 Creating Wealth From Waste by Eugene Wood
8 Tapestried Chamber by Sir Walter Scott
9 Story of Snow Elinora by Frank Andrew Munsey
10 Feminine Rule May Doom Our Country by Frank Andrew Munsey
11 When Vesuvius Destroyed Pompeii by Pliny Younger
12 Niagara, June Bride's Paradise by Sir Edwin Arnold
13 Patrick Henry's Call to Arms by Patrick Henry
14 Our National Anthem by Frank Andrew Munsey
15 From Country Press by Various
16 Liquor Dealers Come Out For Temperance by Anonymous
17 Good Manners 50 Years Ago by Eliza Leslie
18 Course From Trimalchio's Dinner, A Gaius by Petronius Arbiter
10 Theory of Social Revolutions
by Brooks ADAMS 1848 - 1927
75,500W 302 5:01:08
1 COLLAPSE OF CAPITALISTIC GOVERNMENT
2 LIMITATIONS OF JUDICIAL FUNCTION
3 AMERICAN COURTS AS LEGISLATIVE CHAMBERS
4 SOCIAL EQUILIBRIUM
5 POLITICAL COURTS
6 INFERENCES

12 1896 Soul Food
by George Douglas Watson 1845-1924
57,750W 231 3:51:02 105M
1 Soul Food
2 Deeper Death to Self
3 Loaded Words
4 Personal Love of Jesus
5 Lukewarmness
6 Feeding Our Faith
7 Benefit of Deep Crucifixion
8 Fretting Over Ourselves
9 Little Things
10 Simplicity
11 Loquacity
12 Sorrow for Sin
13 In Deeper Degrees
14 Benefits of Temptation
15 Daily Cross
16 Dominant Soul Quality
17 Alone with God
18 Into Deep
19 Converning Annihilation
20 Concerning Soul Sleeping
21 Giving 10th
22 Let God
23 Burdens of Prayer
24 Some Striking Incidents
25 Praying for an Enemy
26 Marvelous Answer to Prayer
27 Divine Pull
28 Climax of Sorrow
29 Our Need of Humility
30 Forms of Divine Life
31 Spirit of Cruxifixion
32 Tender Lamb
14 Moral Philosophy
by
Rickaby, S. J.Joseph
49,000W 196 3:16

15 1933 Turns of Thought
by George Santayana
44,250W 177 2:56:24 80.7M
1 Locke & Frontiers of Common Sense
25 0 Years of British Idealism
3 Revolutions in Science
4 A Long Way Round to Nirvana
5 Prestige of Infinite
13 1909 Philosophy & Religion Six Lectures Delivered at Cambridge by Rashdall, Hastings 52,692W 211 3:31
1 MIND & MATTER 1
1 Is Materialism possible? There is no immediate knowledge of Matter: what we know is always Self + Matter. idea of a Matter which can exist by itself is an inference: is it a reasonable one?
2 No. For all that we know about Matter implies Mind. This is obvious as to secondary qualities: but it is no less true of primary qualities. Relations, no less than sensations, imply Mind 8
3 This is great discovery of Berkeley, though he did not adequately distinguish between sensations & intellectual relations 12
4 But Matter certainly does not exist merely for our transitory & incomplete knowledge: if it cannot exist apart from Mind, there must be a universal Mind in which & for which all things exist, i.e. God 16
5 But Theism is possible without Idealism. impossibility of Materialism has generally been recognized. If ultimate Reality is not Matter, it must be utterly unlike anything we know, or be Mind. latter view more probable 19
6 It is more reasonable to explain lower by higher than vice versâ 26
2 UNIVERSAL CAUSE
1 We have been led by idealistic argument to recognize necessity of a Mind which thinks world. Insufficiency of this view
2 In our experiences of external Nature we meet with nothing but succession, never with Causality. Uniformity of Nature is a postulate of Physical Science, not a necessity of thought. idea of Causality derived from our consciousness of Volition. Causality
3 If events must have a cause, & we know of no cause but Will, it is reasonable to infer that events which we do not cause must be caused by some other Will: & systematic unity of Nature implies that this cause must be One Will 41
4 Moreover, analogy of human mind suggests probability that, if God is Mind, there must be in Him, as in us, 3 activities of Thought, Feeling, & Will 44
5 above line of argument can be used by Realist who believes matter to be a thing-in-itself: but it fits in much better with Idealistic view of relations between mind & matter, & with tendency of modern physics to resolve matter into Force 48
6 Testimony of Spencer & Kant to theory that Ultimate Reality is Will 51
7 Is God a Person? 54
3 GOD & MORAL CONSCIOUSNESS
1 empirical study of Nature ('red in tooth & claw') can tell us of purpose, not what purpose is. only source of knowledge of character of God is to be found in moral Consciousness
2 Our moral judgements are as valid as other judgements (e.g. mathematical axioms), & equally reveal thought of God 62
3 This does not imply that moral consciousness is not gradually evolved, or that each individual's conscience is infallible, or that our moral judgements in detail are as certain as mathematical judgements, or that detailed rules of human conduct are applicable to God 63
4 Corollaries
1 Belief in objectivity of our moral judgements logically implies belief in God 69
2 If God aims at an end not fully realized here, we have a ground for postulating Immortality 77
3 Evil must be a necessary means to greater good 79
5 In what sense this 'limits God.' Omnipotence=ability to do all things which are in their own nature possible 81
4 DIFFICULTIES & OBJECTIONS
1 Is world created? There may or may not be a beginning of particular series of physical events constituting our world. But, even if this series has a beginning, this implies some previous existence which has no beginning
2 Is whole-time series infinite? Time must be regarded as objective, but 'antinomies' involved in nature of Time cannot be resolved
3 Are Spirits created or pre-existent? close connexion & correspondence between mind & body makes for former view. Difficulties of pre-existence heredity, etc
4 An Idealism based on Pre-existence without God is open to same objections & others. Such a system provides no mind
1 in which & for which whole system exists
2 to effect & correspondence between mind & body
3 allow of a purpose in Universe: without this world is not rational 96
5 human mind (i.e. consciousness) not apart of divine Consciousness, though in closest possible dependence upon God. Universe a Unity, but Unity is not that of Self-Consciousness
6 There is no 'immediate' or 'intuitive' knowledge of God. Our knowledge is got by inference, like knowledge of our friend's existence
7 Religion & Psychology. It is impossible to base Religion upon Psychology or 'religious experience' without Metaphysics
8 Summary: ultimate nature of Reality
9 Note on Non-theistic Idealism
5 REVELATION 127
1 There is no special organ of religious knowledge, but religious knowledge has many characteristics which may be conveniently suggested by use of term 'faith,' especially its connexion with character & Will.

2 psychological causes of religious belief must be carefully distinguished from reasons which make it true
3 No logic of discovery.
4 Many religious ideas have occurred in a spontaneous or apparently intuitive way to particular persons, truth of which philosopher may subsequently be able to test by philosophical reflection, though he could not have discovered them, but they are not necessarily true because they arise in a spontaneous or unaccountable manner
5 False conceptions of Revelation & true.
- All knowledge is in a sense revealed, especially religious & moral knowledge: but spiritual insight varies.
- Need of prophet or religious genius
6 Reasoned & intuitive beliefs may both be 'revealed,'
7 Degrees of truth in historical religions.
8 Dependence of individual upon such religions.
9 Christianity occupies a unique position, because it alone combines an ethical ideal which appeals to universal Conscience with a Theism which commends itself to Reason.
10 truth of Christianity is dependent upon its appeal to moral & religious consciousness of present
6 CHRISTIANITY
1 claim of Christianity to be special or absolute Religion not dependent upon miracles
2 Ritschlian Theologians right in resting truth of Christianity mainly upon appeal made by Christ to individual Conscience: but wrong in disparaging
1 philosophical arguments for Theism
2 relative truth of non-Christian systems
3 value of Doctrine & necessity for Development
3 Christian doctrine (esp. of Logos) is an attempt to express Church's sense of unique value of Christ & His Revelation. necessity for recognizing development both in Christian Ethics & Theology
4 Some reflections on our practical attitude towards Christian doctrine.
5 Some means of expressing unique position of Christ wanted.
6 old expressions were influenced by philosophy of time, but not valueless.
7 Need of re-interpretation & further development
8 doctrine of continuous Revelation through Spirit is a part of Christianity, & condition of its acceptance as final or absolute Religion
 
 
 
 
16 1871 Strange Visitors A series of original papers, embracing philosophy, science, government, religion, poetry, art, fiction, satire, humor, narrative, & ... while in an abnormal or trance state by Horn, Henry J. 60,900W 160 2:40
1 by HENRY J. RAYMOND To New York Public
2 by MARGARET FULLER Literature in Spirit Life
3 by LORD BYRON To His Accusers
4 by NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE Apparitions
5 by WASHINGTON IRVING Visit to Henry Clay
6 by NAPOLEON BONAPARTE To French Nation
7 by W. M. THACKERAY His Post Mortem Experience
8 by ARCHBISHOP HUGHES 2 Natural Religions
9 by EDGAR A. POE Lost Soul
10 by JEAN PAUL RICHTER Invisible Influences
11 by CHARLOTTE BRONTE Agnes Reef. A Tale
12 by ELIZABETH B. BROWNING To Her Husband
13 by ARTEMUS WARD In & Out of Purgatory
14 by LADY BLESSINGTON Distinguished Women
15 by PROFESSOR OLMSTEAD Locality of Spirit World
16 by ADAH ISAACS MENKEN Hold Me Not
17 by N.P. WILLIS Off-Hand Sketches
18 by MARGARET FULLER City of Spring Garden
19 by GILBERT STUART Art Conversation
20 by EDWARD EVERETT Government
21 by FREDERIKA BREMER Flight to my Starry Home
22 by REV. LYMAN BEECHER Sabbath, Its Uses
23 by PROF. GEORGE BUSH Life & Marriage in Spirit Life
24 by JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH Acting by Spirit Influence
25 by REV. JOHN WESLEY Church of Christ
26 by N. P. WILLIS A Spirit Revisiting Earth
27 by ALLAN CUNNINGHAM Alone
28 by BARON VON HUMBOLDT Earthquake
29 by SIR DAVID BREWSTER Naturalness of Spirit Life
30 by H.T. BUCKLE Mormons
31 by W.E. BURTON Drama in Spirit Life
32 by CHAS. L. ELLIOTT Painting in Spirit Life
33 by COMEDIAN'S POETRY Rollicking Song
34 by LADY HESTER STANHOPE Prophecy
35 Planets by PROFESSOR MITCHELL
36 Causes of Disease & Insanity by DR. JOHN W. FRANCIS
37 Spirit Bride by ADELAIDE PROCTER
 
21 1916 Democracy & Education: an introduction to philosophy of education by Dewey, John 139,315W 557 9:17
1 Education as a Necessity of Life
- It is very nature of life to strive to continue in being
2 Education as a Social Function
- development within young of attitudes
3 Education as Direction
- natural or native impulses of young do not agree
4 Education as Growth
- Power to grow depends upon need for others & plasticity
5 Preparation, Unfolding, & Formal Discipline
- conception that result of educative process
6 Education as Conservative & Progressive
- Education may be conceived either retrospectively
7 Democratic Conception in Education
- Since education is a social process, & there are many kinds
8 Aims in Education
- An aim denotes result of any natural process
9 Natural Development & Social Efficiency as Aims
- General or comprehensive aims are points of view for surveying
10 Interest & Discipline
- Interest & discipline are correlative aspects of activity
11 Experience & Thinking
- In determining place of thinking
12 Thinking in Education
- Processes of instruction are unified in degree
13 Nature of Method
- Method is a statement of way subject matter
14 Nature of Subject Matter
- subject matter of education consists primarily
15 Play & Work in Curriculum
- In previous chapter we found that primary subject
16 Significance of Geography & History
- It is nature of an experience to have implications
17 Science in Course of Study
- Science represents fruition of cognitive factors
18 Educational Values
- Fundamentally, elements involved in a discussion of value
19 Labor & Leisure
- segregations of educational values
20 Intellectual & Practical Studies
- Greeks were induced to philosophize
21 Physical & Social Studies: Naturalism & Humanism
- philosophic dualism between man & nature is reflected
22 Individual & World
Summary. True individualism is a product of relaxation of grip
23 Vocational Aspects of Education
- A vocation signifies any form of continuous activity
24 Philosophy of Education
- After a review designed to bring out philosophic issues
25 Theories of Knowledge
- Such social divisions as interfere with free & full
26 Theories of Morals
- most important problem of moral education in school
       
17 1901 Way of Peace
31,500W 126 2:05:38
1 Power of Meditation
22 Masters, Self & Truth
3 Acquirement of Spiritual Power
4 Realization of Selfless Love
5 Entering into Infinite
6 Saints, Sages & Saviors, Law of Service
7 Realization of Perfect Peace
18 1832 Fruits of Philosophy A Treatise on Population Question
by Knowlton, Charles
24,288W 97 1:37
1 TO LIMIT AT WILL NUMBER OF THEIR OFFSPRING
2 ON GENERATION
3 OF PROMOTING & CHECKING CONCEPTION
4 REMARKS ON REPRODUCTIVE INSTINCT
19 1849 Civil Disobedience
by Thoreou 1817-62
20,250W 81 1:21:19 37.2M 2Pts
20 1889 Altruist in Politics
by Benjamin N. (Benjamin Nathan) Cardozo
5,096W 20 20Min

22 1869 Philosophy of Teaching Teacher, Pupil, School
by Sands, Nathaniel
18,732W 75 1:15
1 TEACHER & PUPIL
2 TEACHING & TRAINING
3 SCHOOL
2 4 1900 Up To Date Business Including Lessons in Banking, Exchange, Business Geography, Finance, Transportation & Commercial Law Home Study Circle Library Series (V2) by Seymour Eaton 98,624W 394 6:34
1
1 Commercial Terms & Usages
2 Bank Cheques
3 Bank Drafts
4 Promissory Notes
5 Clearing-house System
6 Commercial Drafts
7 Foreign Exchange
8 Letters of Credit
9 Joint-stock Companies
10 Protested Paper
11 Paper Offered for Discount
12 Corporations
13 Bonds
14 Transportation
15 Transportation Papers
16 Examination Paper
2 BUSINESS GEOGRAPHY Trade Features
1 Trade Features of British Isles
2 France
3 Germany
4 Spain & Italy
5 Russia
6 India
7 China
8 Japan
9 Africa
10 Australia & Australasia
11 South America
12 Canada
13 United States
14 Examination Paper
3 FINANCE, TRADE, & TRANSPORTATION
1 National & State Banks
2 Savings Banks & Trust Companies
3 Corporations & Stock Companies
4 Borrowing & Loaning Money
5 Collaterals & Securities
6 Cheques, Drafts, & Bills of Exchange
7 Clearing-house System
8 Commercial Credits & Mercantile Agencies
9 Bonds
10 Transportation by Rail
11 Freight Transportation
12 Railroad Rates
13 Stock & Produce Exchanges
14 Storage & Warehousing
15 Examination Paper
4 COMMERCIAL LAW
1 Different Kinds of Contracts
2 Parties to a Contract
3 Consideration in Contracts
4 Essentials of a Contract
5 Contracts by Correspondence
6 What Contracts Must Be in Writing
7 Contracts for Sale of Merchandise
8 Warranties of Merchandise
9 Common Carriers
10 Carrying of Passengers
11 Keeping of Things
12 Concerning Agents
13 Law Relating to Bank Cheques
14 Law Relating to Leases
15 Liability of Employers to Employés
16 Liability of Employers to Employés
17 Examination Paper
5 PREPARING COPY FOR PRESS & PROOF-READING
1 Preparing Copy
2 Names & Sizes of Type
3 Terms Used in Printing
4 Marks Used in Proof-reading
26 1924 Five Great Philosophies of Life by Hyde, William De Witt 69,384W 278 4:38
1 Epicurean Pursuit of Pleasure
1 Selections from Epicurean Scriptures
2 Epicurean View of Work & Play
3 Epicurean Price of Happiness
4 Defects of Epicureanism
5 An Example of Epicurean Character
6 Confessions of an Epicurean Heretic
2 Stoic Self control by Law
1 Psychological Law of Apperception
2 Selections from Stoic Scriptures
3 Stoic Reverence for Universal Law
4 Stoic Solution of Problem of Evil
5 Stoic Paradoxes
6 Religious Aspect of Stoicism
7 Permanent Value of Stoicism
8 Defects of Stoicism
3 Platonic Subordination of Lower to Higher
1 Nature of Virtue
2 Righteousness writ Large
3 Cardinal Virtues
4 Plato's Scheme of Education
5 Righteousness Comprehensive Virtue
6 Stages of Degeneration
7 Intrinsic Superiority of Righteousness
8 Truth & Error in Platonism
4 Aristotelian Sense of Proportion
1 Aristotle's Objections to Previous Systems
2 Social Nature of Man
3 Right & Wrong determined by End
4 Need of Instruments
5 Happy Mean
6 Aristotelian Virtues & their Acquisition
7 Aristotelian Friendship
8 Criticism & Summary of Aristotle's Teaching
5 Christian Spirit of Love
1 Teaching of Love
2 Fulfilment of Law through Love
3 Counterfeits of Love
4 Whole-heartedness of Love
5 Cultivation of Love
6 Blessedness of Love
7 Supremacy of Love
23 Character Building
By Booker T. WASHINGTON 1856 - 1915
99,500W 398 6:37:59
12 Sides of Life
2 Helping Others
3 Some of Rocks Ahead
4 On Influencing by Example
5 Virtue of Simplicity
6 Have You Done Your Best?
7 Don't Be Discouraged
8 On Getting a Home
9 Calling Things By Their Right Names
10 European Impressions
11 Value of System In Home Life
12 What Will Pay?
13 Education that Educates
14 Importance of Being Reliable
15 Highest Education
16 Unimproved Opportunities
17 Keeping Your Word
18 Some Lessons of Hour
19 Gospel of Service
20 Your Part in Negro Conference
21 What Is To Be Our Future?
22 Some Great Little Things
23 To Would-Be Teachers
24 Cultivation of Stable Habits
25 What You Ought to Do
26 Individual Responsibility
27 Getting On In World
28 Each One His Part
29 What Would Father & Mother Say?
30 Object Lessons
31 Substance vs. Shadow
32 Character as Shown in Dress
33 Sing Old Songs
34 Getting Down To Mother Earth
35 Penny Saved
36 Growth
37 Last Words
25 1873 Manual of Moral Philosophy
by Peabody, Andrew P. (Andrew Preston)
59,074W 236 3:56
1 Action.
2 Springs Of Action.
1 Appetites
2 Desires
3 Affections
3 Governing Principles Of Action.
4 Right.
5 Means & Sources Of Knowledge As To Right & Wrong.
1 Conscience.
2 Sources Of Knowledge. 1. Observation, Experience, & Tradition.
3 Sources Of Knowledge. 2. Law.
4 Sources Of Knowledge. 3. Christianity.
6 Rights & Obligations.
7 Motive, Passion, & Habit.

8 Virtues, & Virtues.

9 Prudence: Or Duties To One's Self
1 Self-Preservation.
2 Attainment Of Knowledge.
3 Self-Control.
4 Moral Self-Culture.
10 Justice: Or, Duties To One's Fellow-Beings
1 Duties To God.
2 Duties Of Family.
3 Veracity.
4 Honesty.
5 Beneficence.
11 Fortitude: Or Duties With Reference To Unavoidable Evils & Sufferings
1 Patience
2 Submission
3 Courage
12 Order: Or Duties As To Objects Under One's Own Control.
1 Time
2 Place
3 Measure
4 Manners
5 Government

13 Casuistry.

14 Ancient History Of Moral Philosophy.
15 Modern History Of Moral Philosophy.
27 1920 FURNISHING HOME OF GOOD TASTE
by Lucy Abbot Throop USA
65,750W 263 4:23:22 60.3M
1 EGYPT & GREECE
2 RENAISSANCE IN ITALY
3 DEVELOPMENT OF DECORATION IN FRANCE
4 LOUIS 14
5 REGENCY & LOUIS 15
6 LOUIS 16
7 EMPIRE
8 ENGLISH FURNITURE FROM GOTHIC DAYS TO PERIOD OF QUEEN ANNE
9 Queen Anne
10 1700s & CHIPPENDALE IN ENGLAND
11 ROBERT ADAM
12 HEPPLEWHITE
13 SHERATON
14 GENERAL TALK
15 GEORGIAN FURNITURE
16 FURNISHING WITH FRENCH FURNITURE
17 COUNTRY HOUSES
18 NURSERY & PLAY-ROOM
19 CURTAINS
20 FLOORS & FLOOR COVERINGS
21 TREATMENT OF WALLS
22 ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING
23 PAINTED FURNITURE
24 SYNOPSIS OF PERIOD STYLES AS AID IN BUYING FURNITURE
28 Book of Good Manners: a Guide to Polite Usage for All Social Functions
by Walter Cox Green
51,578W 206 3:26

 

29 1851 Golden Steps to Respectability, Usefulness & Happiness Being a Series of Lectures to Youth of Both Sexes, on Character, Principles, Associates, Amusements, Religion, & Marriage
by Austin, John Mather
44,214W 177 2:57
1 VALUE OF GOOD REPUTATION
2 PRINCIPLES & PURPOSES OF LIFE
3 SELECTION OF ASSOCIATES
4 HABITS & AMUSEMENTS
5 RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTS
6 MARRIAGE
3 0 1891 Art of Money Getting
By P. T. BARNUM (1810 - 1891)
24,750W 99 1:38:57
1 Don't Mistake Your Vocation
2 Select Right Location
3 Avoid Debt
4 Persevere
5 Whatever You Do, Do It With All Your Might
6 Use Best Tools
7 Don't Get Above Your Business
8 Learn Something Useful
9 Let Hope Predominate, But Be Not Too Visionary
10 Do Not Scatter Your Powers
11 Be Systematic
12 Read Newspapers
13 Beware Of "Outside Operations"
14 Don't Indorse Without Security
15 Advertise Your Business'
16 Don't Read Other Side'
17 Be Polite & Kind To Your Customers
18 Be Charitable
19 Don't Blab
20 Preserve Your Integrity
31 1906 Moral Equivalent of War
By William James 1842-1910
1,530W 6 43:57 20.1M
3 3 1912 Essays in Radical Empiricism
By William James 1842-1910
101,500W 406 6:45:26
1 Does Conciousness Exist
2 A World of Pure Experience
3 Thing & its Relations
4 How Two Minds Can Know One Thing
5 Place of Affectional Facts in a World of Pure Experience
6 Experience of Activity
7 Essence of Humanism
8 Notion of Consciousness (Einglish)
9 Is Radical Empiricism Solipsistic
10 Mr Pitkin's Refutation
11 Humansism & Truth Once More
12 Absolutism & Empiricism
13 Controversy About Truth
14 La Notion de Conscience
3 4 1913 Pragmatism
by William James
98,250W 393 6:32:56 179M
 
32 1912 Will to Believe : & Other Essays in Popular Philosophy by James, William 104,960W 420 7:00
1 WILL TO BELIEVE 1
1 Hypotheses & options
2 Pascal's wager
3 Clifford's veto
4 Psychological causes of belief
5 Thesis of Essay
6 Empiricism & absolutism
7 Objective certitude & its unattainability
8 2 different sorts of risks in believing
9 Some risk unavoidable
10 Faith may bring forth its own verification
11 Logical conditions of religious belief
2 IS LIFE WORTH LIVING
1 Temperamental Optimism & Pessimism
2 How reconcile with life one bent on suicide?
3 Religious melancholy & its cure
4 Decay of Natural Theology
5 Instinctive antidotes to pessimism
6 Religion involves belief in an unseen extension of world
7 Scientific positivism
8 Doubt actuates conduct as much as belief does
9 To deny certain faiths is logically absurd, for they make their objects true
3 SENTIMENT OF RATIONALITY
1 Rationality means fluent thinking
2 Simplification
3 Clearness
4 Their antagonism
5 Inadequacy of abstract
6 thought of nonentity
7 Mysticism
8 Pure theory cannot banish wonder
9 passage to practice may restore feeling of rationality
10 Familiarity & expectancy
11 'Substance,'
12 A rational world must appear congruous with our powers
13 But these differ from man to man
14 Faith is one of them
15 Inseparable from doubt
16 May verify itself
17 Its rôle in ethics
18 Optimism & pessimism
19 Is this a moral universe?
20 what does problem mean?
21 Anaesthesia versus energy
22 Active assumption necessary
4 REFLEX ACTION & THEISM
1 Prestige of Physiology
2 Plan of neural action
3 God mind's adequate object
4 Contrast between world as perceived & as conceived
5 God
6 mind's 3 departments
7 Science due to a subjective demand
8 Theism a mean between 2 extremes
9 Gnosticism
10 No intellection except for practical ends
5 DILEMMA OF DETERMINISM
1 Philosophies seek a rational world
2 Determinism & Indeterminism defined
3 Both are postulates of rationality
4 Objections to chance considered
5 Determinism involves pessimism
6 Escape via Subjectivism
7 Subjectivism leads to corruption
8 world with chance in it is morally less irrational alternative
9 Chance not incompatible with ultimate Providence
6 MORAL PHILOSOPHER & MORAL LIFE
1 moral philosopher postulates a unified system
2 Origin of moral judgments
3 Goods & ills are created by judgment?
4 Obligations are created by demands
5 conflict of ideals
6 Its solution
7 Impossibility of an abstract system of Ethics
8 easy-going & strenuous mood
9 Connection between Ethics & Religion
7 GREAT MEN & THEIR ENVIRONMENT
1 Solidarity of causes in world
2 human mind abstracts in order to explain
3 Different cycles of operation in Nature
4 Darwin's distinction between causes that produce & causes that preserve a variation
5 Physiological causes produce, environment only adopts or preserves, great men
6 When adopted they become social ferments
7 Messrs. Spencer & Allen criticised
8 Messrs. Wallace & Gryzanowski quoted
9 laws of history
10 Mental evolution
11 Analogy between original ideas & Darwin's accidental variations
12 Criticism of Spencer's views
8 IMPORTANCE OF INDIVIDUALS
1 Small differences may be important
2 Individual differences are important because they are causes of social change
3 Hero-worship justified
9 ON SOME HEGELISMS
1 world appears as a pluralism
2 Elements of unity in pluralism
3 Hegel's excessive claims
4 He makes of negation a bond of union
5 principle of totality
6 Monism & pluralism
7 fallacy of accident in Hegel
8 good & bad infinite
9 Negation & Conclusion
10 Note on Anaesthetic revelation
10 WHAT PSYCHICAL RESEARCH HAS ACCOMPLISHED
1 unclassified residuum
2 Society for Psychical Research & its history
3 Thought-transference
4 Gurney's work
5 census of hallucinations
6 Mediumship
7 'subliminal self,'
8 'Science' & her counter-presumptions
9 scientific character of Mr. Myers's work
10 mechanical-impersonal view of life versus personal-romantic view
11 APPENDIX ORIGIN OF MAN
2 1911 Popular Law-making by Frederic Jesup Stimson 141,902W 568 9:28
1 ENGLISH IDEA OF LAW
1 Proper Field of Legislation
2 Meaning of Word "Law,"
3 Modern Importance of Statute Law
4 Representative Government & Right to Law
5 Enforcement of Common Law
6 Origin of Representative Legislatures
7 Customary or Natural Law
8 No Sanction Necessary
9 Unwritten Law & Outlawry
10 Early Parliament Merely Judicial
11 Contrast of Common Law with Roman Law
12 Theory that King Makes Law
13 Parliament Retains Right to Tax
14 Parliament Recovers Legislative Powers
2 EARLY ENGLISH LEGISLATION & MAGNA CHARTA
1 Constructive Legislation a New Idea
2 Statutes Increase of Late Years
3 Sociological Legislation only Considered: Early Legislation Political
4 English Law not Codified: Early Anglo-Saxon Laws
5 Freedom Gained in Guilds
6 Threefold Division of Government
7 No Constitution Controls Parliament
8 Restoration of English Law After Conquest
9 Taxation by Common Consent
10 Earliest Social Statute
11 Recognition of Personal Property
12 Law of Land Tenure
13 Charter of Liberties:
14 Early Methods of Trial: Distinction Between Sin & Crime
15 Church Law Governs Sin: Important Clauses of Magna Charta
16 Freedom of Trade
17 Taxation for Common Benefit
18 Great "Liberty" Clause
19 "Administrative" Law not English
20 No Government Above Law.
3 RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF ANGLO-SAXON LAW
1 Common Law Against Civil Law
2 "We Are Unwilling to Change Laws of England"
3 Usury & Jews
4 Towns Represented in Parliament
5 Fixing of Prices
6 Sumptuary Laws
7 Benefit of Clergy
8 Partial Codification
9 Statute of Westminster 1
10 Law Extended to All People
11 Labor Makes Men Free
12 Freedom of Elections
13 "Cruel & Unusual Punishment"
14 Sexual Offences Made Secular Crimes
15 Earliest Duties on Imports
16 Early Duties on Wool
17 Law of Wrecks
4 EARLY LABOR LEGISLATION, & LAWS AGAINST RESTRAINT OF TRADE & "TRUSTS"
1 Extortion & Discrimination:
2 Forestalling,
3 Regrating,
4 Engrossing:
5 Statute of Bakers:
6 Origin of Law of Conspiracy:
7 Law of Combination:
8 Modern Definition:
9 Combinations Against Individuals:
10 Intent Makes Guilt:
11 Conspiracy More Heinous than Act Committed:
12 Combinations to Injure Trade:
13 Individual Injuries to Business:
14 Definition of Forestalling:
15 "The Iowa Idea":
16 Statutes of Labor:
17 1st Statute of Laborers:
18 A Fixed Wage:
19 Early Law of Strikes:
20 Early Law of Trades-Unions:
21 Labor Conditions in Early Times:
22 Combinations to Fix Prices:
23 Unlawful By-Laws of Unions:
24 Restraint of Trade:
25 Eight to Labor
26 Earliest Boycott
27 Origin of Injunction in Labor Cases
28 Common Law Vindicated
29 Compulsory Labor in England
30 Free Trade to Merchants
31 Jealousy of Chancery Power
32 Guilds & Corporations
33 Chancery & Star Chamber
34 By-Laws Tending to Monopoly
35 Hours of Labor Laws
36 Idlers & Vagabonds
37 Trusts & Labor Combinations
38 Riots & Assemblies
39 Statute of Elizabeth
40 Early Labor Regulations
41 1st Poor Law
42 1st Complaint of Monopolies
43 Growth of Monopolies
44 Statute of Monopolies
45 Impeachment of Monopolists
5 OTHER LEGISLATION IN MEDIAEVAL ENGLAND
1 Statute of Mortmain
2 Law Merchant
3 Origin of Habeas Corpus
4 Early Police Regulation
5 Opposition to Customs Duties
6 Interpretation of Great Charter
7 Statute Against Chancery Jurisdiction:
8 Early Tariffs on Wool
9 English Language Replaces French
10 Freedom of Trade at Sea
11 Laws of Staple:
12 Early Food Laws Forbidding Trusts, etc.
13 Statutes of Dogger
14 Department Stores & Double Trading
15 Freedom of Trade Restored
16 Jealousy of Roman Law
17 Laws Against Scotch
18 Welsh, & Irish
19 Injunctions Issued Against Seduction
20 1st Statute of Limitations
21 Personal Government Under Henry 8
22 Laws Against Middlemen
23 Final Definitions of Forestalling, Regrating, Engrossing
24 1rst Poor Law & Forestry Law
25 1st Trading Corporations
26 Heresy Statutes
27 James 1, Legislation Against Sins
28 Cromwell's Legislation
29 1st Business Corporation
30 Corporations Invented to Gain Monopoly
31 Growth of Trade Guilds
32 Veterans' Preference Legislation.
6 AMERICAN LEGISLATION IN GENERAL
1 Early Increase of State Legislation
2 State Constitutions
3 When Statutes Should Be Unconstitutional
4 Effect of Initiative & Referendum
5 True Value of Precedent.
7 AMERICAN LEGISLATION ON PROPERTY RIGHTS
1 Proper Classification of Statutes
2 Anarchism
3 Individualism
4 Socialism
5 Definition of Communism
6 Definition of Nationalism
7 Property a Constitutional Right
8 Not a Natural Right
9 Socialism Unconstitutional
10 Eminent Domain
11 What Are Public Uses
12 Irrigation, Drainage, etc
13 Internal Improvements
14 Bounties
15 Exemptions from Taxation
16 Limits Upon Tax Rate
17 Income Taxes
18 Inheritance Taxes
19 License Taxes:
20 Betterment Taxes
21 Double Taxation
22 Police Power
23 Government by Commission
24 Noxious Trades, Signs, etc.
25 Modern Extensions of Police Power
26 Pure Food & Drug Laws
27 Prohibition Laws
28 Oleomargarine Laws
29 Examinations for Professions
30 Christian Science & Osteopathy
31 Trading Stamps & Department Stores
32 Usury Laws
33 Negotiable Instrument Laws
34 Bills of Lading & Warehouse Receipts
35 Sales in Bulk
36 Intestate Succession
37 Laws for Protection of Debtors
38 Mechanics' Lien Laws
39 Mortgage Foreclosures
40 Nuisances
41 Buying of Futures
42 Tips & Commissions
43 Weights & Measures
44 Laws Against Middlemen.
8 REGULATION OF RATES & PRICES
1 Laws Fixing Rate of Wages
2 Wages in Public Work
3 Logic of Rate Regulation
4 Granger Cases
5 Theory of Rate Regulation
6 Regulation by States
7 Constitutional Difficulties of Rate Regulation
8 1910 Railway Rate Act
9 Long & Short Haul Clause
9 TRUSTS & MONOPOLIES
1 Trusts at Common Law
2 Sherman Act
3 State Laws Against Trusts
4 Federal Incorporation
5 Other Remedies of States
6 Class Legislation & Organized Labor
7 Recent Decisions & Laws Against Trusts
8 Constitutional Provisions Against Trusts
9 Growth & Decline of Anti-Trust Legislation
10 Best Remedy for Trusts
11 Only 3 Courses Possible
12 Centralization & Federal Control
10 CORPORATIONS
1 History of Trading Corporations
23 Theories of Corporation Law
3 Massachusetts Commissioners' Report
4 Payment Up of Stock
5 Massachusetts Law
6 "Business Corporation" Act
7 Corporation Laws of All States
8 Publicity & Other Remedies
9 Laws Regulating "Holding" Companies & Stock Ownership by Corporations
10 Corporations of Other States
11 States May Exclude
12 Summary of Trust Question:
13 Public Service Companies
11 LABOR LAWS
1 English Law Does not Enforce Labor Contract
2 Freedom to Trade & Labor
3 Sources of Reform Legislation
4 Constitutional Difficulties:
5 Minimum Wage Laws:
6 Rate of Wages in Public Work:
7 Equal Wages for Women:
8 New York Constitutional Amendment:
9 Hours of Labor Laws for Men:
10 Hours of Labor Laws for Women:
11 Prohibited Employments to Women:
12 Hours of Labor of Children:
13 Laws of All States To-day:
14 Hours of Labor in Factories, etc.:
15 Child Labor Prohibited:
16 Hours of Labor in Mines:
17 Age Limit for Child Labor,
18 Dangerous & Immoral Trades,
19 Protection of Young Girls,
20 Labor in Mines,
21 Hours of Labor in Peculiar Trades,
22 Constitutional Difficulty,
23 Farms & Domestic Labor,
24 Continental Legislation,
25 Sanitary Restrictions on Female Labor,
26 Sweatshop Laws,
27 Factory Acts,
28 Employers' Liability,
29 Anti-Truck Legislation,
30 Factory Stores & Dwellings,
31 Benefit Funds & Compulsory Insurance,
32 Régime of Contract,
33 Compulsory Labor & Peonage,
34 Statutes Against Intimidation,
35 Blacklists,
36 Picketing, Armed Guards,
37 Political & Militia Duties,
38 Miscellaneous Matters,
39 Profit-Sharing, etc.,
40 Discrimination Against Union Labor,
41 20 Years of Labor Legislation,
42 Foreign Labor Legislation,
43 Employers' Liability,
44 Old Age Pensions,
45 Minimum Wage Laws,
46 Co-operation & Profit-Sharing,
47 Arbitration Laws,
48 Labor Legislation in Europe.
12 COMBINATIONS IN LABOR MATTERS
1 Law of Combination & Conspiracy
2 Intent Test
3 English Conspiracy Act
4 Modern Reforms Desired by Organized Labor
5 Boycotts & Blacklists
6 Intimidation
7 Interference with Political Rights
8 Oklahoma Labor Code
9 European Law of Combination
13 MILITARY & MOB LAW, & RIGHT TO ARMS
1 Right to Civil Law
2 Martial Law
3 Military Law
4 Right to Arms
5 Military Service
6 Struggle Against Martial Rule in England
7 Standing Armies
8 Mobs
9 Riots
10 Lynching
11 Use of Army in Labor Troubles
14 POLITICAL RIGHTS
1 Right to Assembly & Free Elections
2 Suffrage, 28
3 Force Bills
4 Interference with Voting
5 Bribery & Corrupt Practices
6 Lobbying Acts
7 Form of Ballot
8 Direct Primaries & Nominations
9 Distrust of Representative Government
10 Corrupt Elections Laws
11 Direct Election of U.S. Senators
12 Women's Suffrage
13 Municipal Elections
14 Initiative
15 Referendum, & Recall
16 Judicial System
15 OTHER LEGISLATION AFFECTING INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
1 Freedom of Speech & Press
2 "Unfair" List
3 Prohibition of Anarchistic Propaganda:
4 Right to Privacy
5 Search Warrants & Self-Incrimination:
6 Religious Rights.
16 LEGISLATION CONCERNING PERSONAL & RACIAL RIGHTS
1 Race Question
2 Races Capable of Citizenship
3 War Amendments & Their Effect
4 Negro's Social & Property Rights
5 Privileged Classes
17 SEX LEGISLATION, MARRIAGE & DIVORCE
1 A Woman Is a Citizen:
2 Her Right to Labor & Property
3 Marriage, Divorce, & Children
4 Women in Politics & Education
5 Reform of Divorce Procedure
6 Uniformity of Law in Divorce
7 Secular Law in Sexual Matters
8 Marriage a Contract
9 "Single Standard" & Free Divorce
10 Control of Marriage by State
11 Recent Legislation: Radical Statutes in Sexual Matters
12 Legal Separation
13 Married Woman's Privileges
14 "Age of Consent"
15 Female Suffrage by Property-Owners
16 Kidnapping
17 Curfew
18 Rape
19 Statistics of Divorce
20 Industrial Liberty of Women
21 Female Labor in England & U.S.A
18 CRIMINAL LAW & POLICE
1 Common Law Prevails
2 New Crimes & Penalties
3 Self-Regardant Actions
4 Reform in Punishment
5 Procedure in Courts
6 Lynching & Mob Law
7 Interstate Commerce in Liquor, etc.
8 Physicians' Privilege
9 Prohibition Laws
10 City Ordinances
11 Juvenile Courts & Laws
12 Present Needs
19 GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION, INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS, & PUBLIC DOMAIN
1 Government by Commission
2 Taxes
3 Debt
4 Franchises
5 Municipal Socialism
6 Internal Improvements
7 State Farms & Forests
8 Education
9 Taxation & State Aid
10 Present Questions
20 FINAL
1 Form of Our Statutes
2 Need of Authorized Revisions
3 Reforms Recommended
4 Indexing & Arrangement
5 Need of a Parliamentary Draughtsman
6 Recommendations of State Librarians
7 Purpose of this Book
1 1870 History of American Socialisms
by Noyes, John Humphrey
188,042W 753 12:33
1 Birds-eye View
2 Theory of National Experience
3 New Harmony
4 Inquest on New Harmony
5 Yellow Springs Community
6 Nashoba
7 7 Epitaphs
8 Owen's General Career
9 Connecting Links
10 Channing's Brook Farm
11 Hopedale
12 Religious Communities
13 Northampton Association
14 Skaneateles Community
15 Social Architects
16 Fundamentals of Socialism
17 Literature of Fourierism
18 Personnel of Fourierism
19 Sylvania Association
20 Other Pennsylvania Experiments
21 Volcanic District
22 Clarkson Phalanx
23 Sodus Bay Phalanx
24 Other New York Experiments
25 Marlboro Association
26 Prairie Home Community
27 Trumbull Phalanx
28 Ohio Phalanx
29 Clermont Phalanx
30 Integral Phalanx
31 Alphadelphia Phalanx
32 La Grange Phalanx
33 Other Western Experiments
34 Wisconsin Phalanx
35 North American Phalanx
36 Life at North American
37 End of North American
38 Conversion of Brook Farm
39 Brook Farm & Fourierism
40 Brook Farm & Swedenborgianism
41 End of Brook Farm
42 Spiritualist Communities
43 Brocton Community
44 Shakers
45 Oneida Community
46 Review & Results
47 2 Schools of Socialism
3 1887 Burnham Breaker
by Homer Greene
107,359W 429 7:09
1 SURPRISE IN SCREEN-ROOM
2 STRANGE VISITOR
3 BRILLIANT SCHEME
4 SET OF RESOLUTIONS
5 IN SEARCH OF A MOTHER
6 BREAKING NEWS
7 RHYMING JOE
8 FRIEND IN NEED
9 FRIEND INDEED
10 AT BAR OF COURT
11 EVIDENCE IN CASE
12 AT GATES OF PARADISE
13 PURCHASE OF A LIE
14 ANGEL WITH SWORD
15 EVENTFUL JOURNEY
16 BLOCK IN WHEEL
17 GENTLEMEN OF JURY
18 A WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS
19 BACK TO BREAKER
20 FIRE IN SHAFT
21 PERILOUS PASSAGE
22 IN POWER OF DARKNESS
23 STROKE OF LIGHTNING
24 AT DAWN OF DAY
4 1904 A History of Republican Party
by Platt, George Washington
94,070W 377 6:17
1 Formative Causes
2 Ancient & Modern Slavery
3 Beginning of Slavery in US
4 Early Federal Government
5 Missouri Compromise
6 Abolitionists
7 Compromise of 1850
8 Birth of Republican Party
9 1st Republican National Convention
10 Lincoln-Douglas Debates
11 Lincoln
12 Reconstruction & National Debt
13 Grant
14 Hayes
15 Garfield & Arthur
16 Blaine
17 Harrison
18 Cleveland's 2nd Term
19 McKinley
20 Roosevelt

5 1922 A History of Trade Unionism in United States
by Perlman, Selig
87,439W 350 5:50
1 STRUGGLE FOR SURVIVAL
1 LABOR MOVEMENTS BEFORE CIVIL WAR
1 1827 Early Beginnings
2 1827 - 32 Equal Citizenship
3 1833 - 7 Period of "Wild-Cat" Prosperity
4 1837 - 62 Long Depression
2 1862 - 79 "GREENBACK" PERIOD,
3 BEGINNING OF KNIGHTS OF LABOR & AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR
4 1879 - 87 REVIVAL & UPHEAVAL,
5 VICTORY OF CRAFT UNIONISM & FINAL FAILURE OF PRODUCERS' COOPERATION
6 1888 - 97 STABILIZATION,
7 TRADE UNIONISM & COURTS
2 LARGER CAREER OF UNIONISM
1 1898 - 1914 PARTIAL RECOGNITION & NEW DIFFICULTIES
1 Miners
2 Railway Men
3 Machinery & Metal Trades
4 Employers' Reaction
5 Legislation, Courts, & Politics
2 RADICAL UNIONISM & A "COUNTER-REFORMATION"
3 WAR-TIME BALANCE SHEET
4 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
3 CONCLUSIONS & INFERENCES
1 ECONOMIC INTERPRETATION
2 IDEALISTIC FACTOR
3 WHY THERE IS NOT AN AMERICAN LABOR PARTY
4 DICTATORSHIP OF PROLETARIAT & TRADE UNIONISM
6 1922 Introduction to Philosophy of Law
by Pound, Roscoe
59,603W 238 3:58
1 Function of Legal Philosophy
2 End of Law

3 Application of Law
4 Liability
5 Property
6 Contract
7 1922 What Prohibition Has Done to America
by Franklin 1853-1939
35,500W 142 2:21:46 65M
1 Perverting Constitution
2 Creating a Nation of Lawbreakers
3 Destroying our Federal System
4 How Ammendment was Put Through
5 Law Makers & Law
6 Law Enforcers & Law
7 Nature of Prohibitionist Tyranny
8 One Half of One Percent
9 Prohibition & Liberty
10 Prohibition & Socialism
11 Is there Any Way Out
8 Invisible Government
by Dan Smoot
7,434W 29 29Min
1 Stories That End Well
2 Adventure in Altruria
3 Through Terrors of Law
4 Real Thing
5 Old Partisan
6 Max-Or His Picture
7 Stout Miss Hopkins'
8 Hero of Company
9 1921 Putnam's Handy Law Book for Layman
by Albert Sidney Bolles
108,603W 434 7:14
1 Explanation of Terms
2 Adopted Child
3 Agenc
4 Agreement To Purchase Land
5 Auctioneer
6 Automobile
7 Bailor & Bailee
8 Bankruptcy
9 Beneficial Associations
10 Broker
11 Carrier
12 Chattel Mortgage
13 Chauffeur
14 Check
15 Citizen
16 Contracts
17 Corporations
18 Curtesy
19 Deceit
20 Deeds
21 Divisional Tree
22 Dower
23 Drunkenness
24 Equitable Remedies
25 Factor
26 Fire Insurance
27 Fixtures
28 Garage Keeper
29 Homestead
30 Husband & Wife
31 Innkeeper
32 Land License
33 Lease
34 Legal Remedies
35 Life Insurance
36 Minor
37 Mortgage
38 Negotiable Paper
39 Parent & Child
40 Partnership
41 Patent
42 Payment
43 Prescriptive Rights
44 Quasi Contracts
45 Sale
46 Shipping
47 Statute of Frauds
48 Statutes of Limitation
49 Telegraph & Telephone
50 Torts Or Wrongs
51 Warranty
52 Will
53 Workmen's Compensation Acts
54 Legal Forms for Everyday Use
10 Copyright Law of United States of America & Related Laws Contained in Title 17 of United States Code, Circular 92
by United States & Library of Congress. Copyright Office
80,000W 320 5:40
11 1869 Frost's Laws & By-Laws of American Society A condensed but thorough treatise on etiquette & its usagesin America, containing plain & reliable directions fordeportment in every situation in life.
by Sarah Annie Frost
67,837W 271 4:31
1 Letters of Introduction
2 Salutes & Salutations
3 Calls
4 Conversation
5 Invitations
6 Dinner Company
7 Balls
8 Morning & Evening Parties
9 Visiting
10 Street Etiquette
11 Riding & Driving
12 Travelling
13 Etiquette in Church
14 Etiquette for Places of Amusement
15 Servants
16 Hotel Etiquette
17 Etiquette at Weddings
18 Baptisms & Funerals
19 Etiquette with Children & Card Table
20 Visiting Cards
21 Lettter-Writing
22 Lady's Toilet
23 Gentleman's Toiles
24 BESIDES ONE HUNDRED UNCLASSIFIED LAWS
25 APPLICABLE TO ALL OCCASIONS
14 1983 Reproduction of Copyrighted Works By Educators & Librarians by Library of Congress. Copyright Office 20,095W 80 1:20
1 Introductory Note 4
2 Exclusive Rights in Copyrighted Works 4
1 Text of Section 106 4
2 Excerpts From House Report 5
3 Fair Use 5
1 Text of Section 107 5
2 Excerpts From House Report 6
1 Introductory Discussion 6
2 Statement of Intention as to Classroom Reproduction 7
1 Introductory Statement 7
2 Guidelines With Respect to Books & Periodicals 7
3 Guidelines With Respect to Music 9
4 Discussion of Guidelines 9
3 Additional Excerpts 10
3 Excerpts From Conference Report 10
4 Excerpts From Congressional Debates 11
4 Reproduction by Libraries & Archives 12
1 Text of Section
2 Excerpts From Senate Report 13
1 Discussion of Libraries & Archives in Profit-Making Institutions 13
2 Discussion of Multiple Copies & Systematic Reproduction 13
3 Excerpts From House Report 14
1 Introductory Statement 14
2 Discussion of Libraries & Archives in Profit-Making Institutions 15
3 Rights of Reproduction & Distribution Under Section 108 15
4 General Exemptions for Libraries & Archives 16
5 Discussion of Multiple Copies & Systematic Reproduction 17
6 Discussion of Works Excluded 17
4 Excerpts From Conference Report 17
1 Introductory Discussion of Section 108 18
2 Conference Committee Discussion of CONTU Guidelines on Photocopying & Interlibrary Arrangements 18
3 Reprint of CONTU Guidelines on Photocopying & Interlibrary Arrangements 18
4 Discussion of "Audiovisual News Program" 19
5 Discussion of Libraries & Archives in Profit-Making
5 Institutions 19 5.
6 Copyright Office Regulations Under Section 108 19 E.
7 Liability for Infringement 20 1.
8 Text of Section
9 Excerpts From House Report 21 3.
10 Excerpts From Conference Report 22 F.
11 Guidelines for Off-air Recording of Broadcast Programming for Educational Purposes 22
       
12 1977 Fairfax County Courthouse
by Ruby Waldeck & Ross De Witt Netherton
40,550W 162 2:42
1 1742 - 1800 FAIRFAX COUNTY'S EARLY COURTHOUSES 3
2 1800 - 60 PROVIDENCE COURTHOUSE & ITS RELATED BUILDINGS 12
3 COUNTY COURT & ITS OFFICERS 18
4 1861 - 5 WAR YEARS 33
5 1865 - 1903 YEARS OF REBUILDING 42
6 20TH CENTURY COURTHOUSE 50
7 ARCHITECTURE OF COURTHOUSE & ITS RELATED BUILDINGS 58
1 Courthouse Complex 58
2 Courthouse 73
31 967 Restoration of Original Wing of Courthouse 87
13 Mining Laws of Ohio, 1921
by N/A
38,246W 153 2:33
1 chief & district inspectors
2 county recorder & county coroner
3 owner, lessee or agent
4 superintendent, mine-foreman & over-seer
5 stableman & fire-boss
6 employes generally
7 persons not employes
8 General provisions
9 oil & gas well through coal measures
10 illuminating oil for mines
11 penalties
12 Regulating & prohibiting solid shooting
13 fines collected, prosecutions, when act takes effect, & repeals
14 Regulation of weighing of coa
15 Relating to employment of minors
16 Relating to Department of Industrial Relations
15 1897 Patent Laws of Republic of Hawaii & Rules of Practice in Patent Office
by Hawaii
11,585W 46 46Min

16 2000 Copyright Basics
by Library of Congress Copyright Office
11,462W 46 46Min
17 1864 Act Of Incorporation & By-Laws Of Massachusetts Homeopathic Medical Society
by Massachusetts Homoeopathic Medical Society
5,899W 24 24Min
18 1787 Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton 1789-95 320,750W 1,283 21:12:34 582M
1 General Introduction 1787 by Hamilton
2 Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force & Influence by John Jay
3 Same Subject Continued Concerning Dangers from Foreign Force & Influence by John Jay
4 Concerning Dangers from Dissensions Between States by Hamilton
5 Same Subject Continued Concerning Dangers from Dissensions Between States by Hamilton
6 Consequences of Hostilities Between States by Hamilton
7 Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction & Insurrection by Hamilton
8 Same Subject Continued Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction & Insurrection by Madison
9 Utility of Union in Respect to Commercial Relations & Navy by Hamilton
10 Utility of Union In Respect to Revenue by Hamilton
11 Advantage of Union in Respect to Economy in Government by Hamilton
12 Objections to Proposed Constitution From Extent of Territory Answered by Madison
13 Insufficiency of Present Confederation to Preserve Union by Hamilton
14 Other Defects of Present Confederation by Hamilton
15 Same Subject Continued Other Defects of Present Confederation by Hamilton
16 Necessity of a Government as Energetic as One Proposed to Preservation of Union by Hamilton
17 Powers Necessary to Common Defense Further Considered by Hamilton
18 Same Subject Continued Powers Necessary to Common Defense Further Considered by Hamilton
19 Idea of Restraining Legislative Authority in Regard to Common Defense Considered by hamilton
20 Same Subject Continued Idea of Restraining Legislative Authority in Regard to Common Defense Considered by Hamilton
21 Concerning Militia by Hamilton
22 Concerning General Power of Taxation by hamilton
23 Same Subject Continued Concerning General Power of Taxation by Hamilton
24 Madison Concerning Difficulties of Convention in Devising a Proper Form of Government by Madison
25 Same Subject Continued, & Incoherence of Objections to New Plan Exposed by Madison
26 Conformity of Plan to Republican Principles by Madison
27 Powers of Convention to Form Mixed Government Examined & Sustained by Madison
28 General View of Powers Conferred by Constitution by Madison
29 Powers Conferred by Constitution Further Considered by Madison
30 Same Subject Continued Powers Conferred by Constitution Further Considered by Madison
31 Restrictions on Authority of Several States by Madison
32 Alleged Danger From Powers of Union to State Governments Considered by Madison
33 Influence of State & Federal Governments Compared by Madison
34 Particular Structure of New Government & Distribution of Power Among Its Different Parts by Madison
35 These Departments Should Not Be So Far Separated as to Have No Constitutional Control Over Each Other by Madison
36 Method of Guarding Against Encroachments of Any One Department of Government by Madison
37 Periodic Appeals to People Considered by madison
38 Structure of Government Must Furnish Proper Checks & Balances Between Different Departments by madison
39 House of Representatives by Madison
40 Same Subject Continued House of Representatives by madison
41 Apportionment of Members Among States by Madison
42 Total Number of House of Representatives by Madison
43 Same Subject Continued Total Number of House of Representatives by Madison
44 Alleged Tendency of New Plan to Elevate Few at Expense of Many by madison
45 Objection That Number of Members Will Not Be Augmented as Progress of Population Demands Considered by Madison
46 Concerning Power of Congress to Regulate Election of Members by Hamilton
47 Same Subject Continued Concerning Power of Congress to Regulate Election of Members by Hamilton
48 Senate by Madison
49 Senate Continued by madison
50 Powers of Senate by John Jay
51 Powers of Senate Continued by Hamilton
52 Objections to Power of Senate To Set as a Court for Impeachments Further Considered by hamilton
53 Executive Department by hamilton
54 Mode of Electing President by Hamilton
55 Real Character of Executive by Hamilton
56 Executive Department Further Considered by Hamilton
57 Duration in Office of Executive by Hamilton
58 Same Subject Continued, & Re-Eligibility of Executive Considered by Hamilton
59 Provision For Support of Executive, & Veto Power by Hamilton
60 Command of Military & Naval Forces, & Pardoning Power of Executive by Hamilton
61 Treaty Making Power of Executive by Hamilton
62 Appointing Power of Executive by Hamilton
63 Appointing Power Continued & Other Powers of Executive Considered by Hamilton
64 Judiciary Department by Hamilton
65 Judiciary Continued by Hamilton
66 Powers of Judiciary by Hamilton
67 Judiciary Continued, & Distribution of Judicial Authority by Hamilton
68 Judiciary Continued by Hamilton
69 Judiciary Continued in Relation to Trial by Jury by Hamilton
70 Certain General & Miscellaneous Objections to Constitution Considered & Answered by Hamilton
71 Concluding Remarks Concluding Remarks
     
19 1787 Antifederalist Papers
by Patrick Henry 1736-99
313,000W 1,252 19:52:01 545M
1 Centinel
2 Federal Farmer
3 Brutus
4 John Dewitt
5 Cato
6 Agrippa
7 Penn Minority
8 Impartial Examiner
9 Partial Examiner
10 Maryland Farmer
11 1788 Patrick Henry
20 Declaration of Rights STAMP ACT
by CONGRESS
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21 Bill of Rights
By James MADISON (1751 - 1836)
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22 1787 Constitution of United States of America
by n/a

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