Dean Swift and Tho. Prior , Esq;
Isles of St. Patrick's Church, Dublin ,
On that memorable Day, October 9th, 1753.
By a Friend to the Peace and Prosperity of IRELAND.
Quae Gratia Curram Armorumque fuit vivis, quae Cura nitentes Pascere Equos, eadem sequitur Tellure repostos.
VIRG. AEN. VI.
Printed for G. and A. EWING, at the Angel and Bible in Dame Street , 1753.
Transcribers Note. Inconsistent spelling has been retained as i...
FREEDOM IN SERVICE
SIX ESSAYS ON MATTERS CONCERNING BRITAIN'S SAFETY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT
By F. J. C. HEARNSHAW, M.A., LL.D.
PROFESSOR OF MEDIAEVAL HISTORY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET, W.
TO THE GLORIOUS AND IMMORTAL MEMORY OF LORD ROBERTS
I. THE ANCIENT DEFENCE OF ENGLAND
I. UNIVERSAL OBLIGATION TO SERVE 1
[Illustration: REV. W. G. BROWNLOW.]
Foreignism, Romanism, and Bogus Democracy,
IN THE LIGHT OF
REASON, HISTORY, AND SCRIPTURE;
CERTAIN DEMAGOGUES IN TENNESSEE, AND ELSEWHERE, ARE SHOWN UP IN THEIR TRUE COLORS.
WILLIAM G. BROWNLOW,
EDITOR OF "BROWNLOW'S KNOXVILLE WHIG."
" Go to your bloody rites again: Preach perpetuate damnation in your den; Then let your altars, ye blasphemers, peal With thanks to Heaven, that let you loose again, To practice deeds with torturing fire and stee...
THE CAUSES OF THE REBELLION IN IRELAND DISCLOSED,
IN AN Address to the People of England .
IN WHICH IT IS PROVED BY INCONTROVERTIBLE FACTS,
THAT THE System for some Years pursued in that Country ,
HAS DRIVEN IT INTO ITS PRESENT DREADFUL SITUATION.
BY AN IRISH EMIGRANT.
Insita mortalibus natura violentiae resistere. TACITUS.
Printed for J. S. JORDAN, No. 166, Fleet Street.
[PRICE ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE.]
CAUSES OF THE REBELLION,
It is always a bold undertaking in a private individual to become the advo...
[Illustration: Thomas Davis]
Selections from his Prose and Poetry
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY T. W. ROLLESTON, M.A.
NEW YORK: FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY PUBLISHERS
Library of Irish Literature
General Editors : ALFRED PERCEVAL GRAVES, M.A.
WILLIAM MAGENNIS, M.A. DOUGLAS HYDE, LL.D. (Dublin).
1. Thomas Davis. Selections from his Prose and Poetry. Edited by T. W. ROLLESTON, M.A. (Dublin).
2. Wild Sports of the West. W. H. MAXWELL. Edited by THE EARL OF DUNRAVEN.
3. Legends of Saints and Sinne...
by Donald Mackenzie Wallace
TRAVELLING IN RUSSIA
Railways State Interference River Communications Russian "Grand Tour" The Volga Kazan Zhigulinskiya Gori Finns and Tartars The Don Difficulties of Navigation Discomforts Rats Hotels and Their Peculiar Customs Roads Hibernian Phraseology Explained Bridges Posting A Tarantass Requisites for Travelling Travelling in Winter Frostbitten Disagreeable Episodes Scene at a Post Station.
IN THE NORTHERN FORESTS
Bird's eye View o...
Obvious typographical errors have been corrected
Vol. I. MAY, 1906 No. 3
P. O. Box 217 EMMA GOLDMAN, Publisher 10c. a Copy
Tidings of May ...
Public Opinion (1922), by Walter Lippman, is a critical assessment of functional democratic government, especially the irrational, and often self-serving, social perceptions that influence individual behavior, and prevent optimal societal cohesion. (Introduction by author)
"Behold! human beings living in a sort of underground den,
which has a mouth open towards the light and reaching all across
the den; they have been here from their childhood, and have their
Upton Sinclair is best known for his novel The Jungle, an expose of the meatpacking industry. He was also a playwright whose works for the stage reflected the same progressive viewpoints found in his other writing. In The Machine, published as part of Sinclair's 1912 collection Plays of Protest, Socialist activists show a rich man's daughter the truth about the society in which she has been raised.
By Upton Sinclair
(In order of appearance)
JULIA PATTERSON: a magazine writer.
JACK BULLEN: a parlor Socialist.
History of Florence and of the Affairs of Italy is an historical account by Niccolò Machiavelli. Toward the end of 1520, the Cardinal Giulio of Medici, later Pope Clement VII, offered Machiavelli the appointment to write a history of Florence. Although Machiavelli was reluctant to accept, accepting was his only way to regain the good graces of the Medici who had regained power and were in a position to offer him employment and protection. Doing the history also provided a way for Machiavelli’s views to become the “official” history of Florentine and Italian affairs. Once completed, t...