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CONTENTS.

Introduction

Page 3 POETRY. Our Tricolour

35 Let England remember

73 Peace and Hope

112 England's Shame

113 Our Cause ...

131 The Gathering of the People

136 The Low-Born (from Béranger)

163 Modern Meuunental Inscriptions ...

75, 209, 218 The Avent of Peace ...

274 Cromwell's Statue

362 Hymns at our Work ...

367 Rbymes and Reasons agair st Landlordism 92, 118, 149, 185, 2:5, 252, 275,

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PROSE. REPUBLICAN PRINC: PLUS

10 Mazzini-His Life and Writings

86 REPUBLICAN ORGANIZATION

54, 351 The Pope or the Republic

67 The Party of Order Chartism

73, 169, 174, 191, 251, 352 The Land Question

89 The Atheists on 'Change

108 The Brothers

112 The Sloanes

114 The Polish Refugees

1261 The Worth of One Man

131 A Republican Catechism

115 l'uiversal Suffrage ...

164 Republicanism in Leland

170 Other A sociations...

178 Direct Sovereiunty wf the People

233 • Monarchy or the Republic

212 What the Whigs w..t

216 Oar ('orrespondents

230 Socialism and Communisin

264, 333 Physical Force

271 Peace or War Carlos III.

297 The September Massacre

303 Who is the Murderer

307 A s'arlyleism

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Disinterestedness of Human Action

323 Christianity

330 A Lawyer's Definitions

338 Monarchy in the Gazette

$50 Kossuth ...

353, 375 The Royalty of the Republic

355 Voluntary Slavery

359 Young England ...

364 Postscript

377 REPUBLICAN MEASURES.—Preliminary Article

85 Organization of Labour on the Land

121 Organization of Labour through Credit ...

154 Education ... ...

180 Organization of Justice

211 Religious Worship

279 Taxation

313 Local Government

335 History—1848, 1819, 1850

61 History of the Month 66, 95, 125, 158, 190, 223, 255, 282, 320, 351, 369 OUR MARTYRS.-Simon Konarski

75 Attilio and Emilio Bandiera–J. Mazzini ..

99 Pestel and the Russian Republicans

137 Robert Blum

317 Cornelius George Harding

319 Marat ..

339 L Bakúnin...

369 To the Memory of the Martyrs of Cosenza–J. Mazzini

103 The Necessity of Organization–J. Mazzini

141 Of the Duties of Man-J. Mazzini

195, 227, 259, 291 The June Insurrection-- dru-Rollin

204 The Russian Catechism

297 The Abolition of Royalty- Thomas Paine

299 A Clergyman's Opinion-7, J. Foxton

334 Address of the Italian National Committee

370 THE CENTRAL EUROPEAN DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE To the Peoples

6,47 To the Germans

49 To the Armies of the Holy Alliance of Kings

50 On the Italian National Loan

52 To the Italian, Polish, German, Austrian, and Dutch Committees 53 On the 24th of February

127 To the Patriots of Lombardy and Vienna

128 To the Peoples

220 To the Roumanian Populations.

255 To the Poles To the Italians

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THE LAW OF HUMAN LIFE IS GROWTH : THE DESIRE AND AIM OF LIFE IS TRUTH :

THE DOOM OF HUMANITY IS ASCENSION TOWARD GOD.

For us 'politics' is the science of life here below. Its problem is the organization of the State, of human association,-looking toward the ideal which man is pursuing, and which by every epoch is revealed to us more beautiful, more grand, more divine. Its starting-point is the indefinite educability of the human race,- its road a continuous progress toward God, toward the discovery and application of his law,-with Belief, Faith, for its stay and sanction.

We would found Republics in order that the republican virtues, which a monarchical education could not produce, may germinate and become rooted in the hearts of the citizens.-Mazzini.

He who wisely would restrain the reasopable Soul of Man within due bounds must first himself know perfectly how far the territory and dominion extends of just and honest Liberty. As little must he offer to bind that which God hath loosened, as to loosen that which God bath bound. The ignorance and mistake of this high point hath beaped up one huge half of all the misery that hath been since Adam.-Milion.

Liberty is a religion : which should ennoble its followers ; and, like Christianity in its earlier days, make of the slave a free man, of the free man a saint or a martyr.-George Sand.

THE SWORD OF THE LORD AND OF GIDEON!

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