6 edition of Memoirs of Joseph Sturge. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Henry Richard.|
|LC Classifications||HV28.S8 R5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 622 p.|
|Number of Pages||622|
|LC Control Number||14018217|
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8 Book of Peace, pp. Nineteenth-Century Pacifism 19 Arguments based on direct Biblical authority were offered by J. J. Gurney, for example. He believed that "the unlawfulness of war 10 Henry Richard, The Memoirs of Joseph Sturge (London, ), p. 11 Cobden, Speeches, p. Nineteenth-Century Pacifism Every Man His Own Poet; Or, The Inspired Singer's Recipe Book (English) (as Author) Is Life Worth Living? (English) (as Author) Memoirs of Life and Literature (English) (as Author) The New Paul and Virginia; Or, Positivism on an Island (English) (as Author) Mallon, J. J. (James Joseph), Women in Modern Industry (English) (as Contributor).
The watchword was: "If anything is worth doing, it's worth doing to excess." This principle applied also to behavior in the laboratory. He told a press interviewer, "My whole life has been spent trying to teach people that intense concentration for hour after hour can bring out in people resources they didn't know they had.". the works of john greenleaf whittier, complete. the standard library edition in remembrance of joseph sturge. brown of ossawatomie. naples. a memorial bryant on his birthday written on a blank leaf of his memoirs. world's convention of the friends of .
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and. Works . Narrative of Events since the First of August ; The West Indies in () A Visit to the United States in () Works about Sturge . Henry Richard, "Memoirs of Joseph Sturge" (London, ) "Sturge, Joseph," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ) Stephen Henry Hobhouse, "Joseph Sturge, his life and work" ().
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$ The Wisdom. The Wisdom Of John Woolman By Reginald. Joseph Sturge Explained. Joseph Sturge ( – 14 May ) was an English Quaker, abolitionist and activist. He founded the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society (now Anti-Slavery International).He worked throughout his life in Radical political actions supporting pacifism, working-class rights, and the universal emancipation of slaves.
In the late s, he published. Alfred Sturge was born to Jeanette née Emeric de St. Dalmas (b d) and Nathan Sturge (b d) at Bishopsgate in London on 5 May He came from a family among the Society of Friends from the days of George Fox. His grandfather, Thomas Sturge, was one of the founders of the British and Foreign Bible : 5 MayBishopsgate in London.
STURGE, JOSEPH (), English philanthropist and politician, was the son of a farmer in Gloucestershire. He was a member of the Society of Friends, and refused, in his business as a corn factor, to deal in grain used in the manufacture of spirits.
Alfred Sturge: | |Alfred Sturge| (–) was a Baptist missionary and minister who served in |Devon|, World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled. 8 Richard, Henry, Memoirs of Joseph Sturge (London, ), pp –6.
79 These were later printed in book form and dedicated to O’Connell. Letters of the late Bishop England to the Hon. John Forsyth on the subject of domestic slavery (Baltimore, ).Cited by: 77 Buxton was a member of the Anti-Slavery Society; he occasionally attended committee meetings; the society praised the first part of his book.
Vide A./S. Papers, Minute Book, 1, 9 July27 Sept. 1 Nov.28 Feb.30 Cited by: The mosaic of persons includes Leeward Island Governor William Stapleton, the philanthropist Joseph Sturge, pioneer trade unionist Robert W. Griffith, the island's first Chief Minister William H.
Bramble, the martyrs of the rebellion, Wally Wade who went from minus to millions, and two women ministers of government. A Visit To The United States In by Joseph Sturge Part 4 out of 6. to wipe away from the statute book every vestige of that barbarism which makes political, civil, or religious rights depend upon the color of the The following extract from Clarkson's "Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of William Penn," will show how the society.
Joseph Henry Sharp American Sailboat, Oil On Two Wood Boards. $2. TESTIMONY OF JOSEPH STURGE Communicated It is but a few years since a strange book was published at Charleston, in South Carolina, entitled "The Natural History of the Negro Race," purporting to be a translation from the French of J.
H. Guenebault. Its professed object is to prove, by investigation, that Negroes are. One such work is Joseph John Gurney’s Familiar Letters to Henry Clay of Kentucky, Describing a Winter in the West Indies (). Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation in (), by the British actress Fanny Kemble, had a strong influence on Northern opinion when it was published during the Civil : John Miles.Joseph, John.
The Life and Sufferings of John Joseph, a Native of Ashantee, in West Africa Who Was Stolen from His Parents at the Age of 3 Years, and Sold to Mr.
Johnston, a Cotton Planter in New Orleans, South America. Wellington, New Zealand: The Author, Roper, Moses.