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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: a catalogue with indexes

Volume 3

Volume 3


Stout, Sir Robert, 1844-1930.

State education; a paper read before the Otago Schoolmasters' Association. - Dunedin: Mills, Dick, 1870.

8 p.

Also in vols. 18, 31 and Personal


Hutton, Henry Dix, 1824-1907.

The Prussian land-tenure reforms, and a farmer-proprietary for Ireland: two papers read at the annual meeting of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science, held in Belfast, September, 1867. - Dublin: Falconer, 1867.

41 p.

page 3

Acton, William, 1813-1875.

The Contagious Diseases Act; shall the Contagious Diseases Act be applied to the civil population? Being a paper read before the Association of the Medical Officers of Health ... December 18th, 1869. - London: John Churchill, 1870.

36 p.


National Society for Women's suffrage.

Report of a meeting of the London National Society for Women's Suffrage, held at the Gallery of the Architectural Society in Conduit Street, Saturday, July 17th, 1869. - London: Spottiswoode, [1869]

34 p.


Sadler, William Edmund, 1821.

Free trade in New Zealand: answer to the published enquiry of Auckland agriculturists. - Auckland: Evening News Office, 1868.

34 p.


Dean, J. Fred.

The French Revolution; a lecture. - Dunedin:

Reith & Nicholson; Switzers, W. Braithwaite, 1869.

27 p.


Motley, John Lothrop, 1814-1877.

Democracy, the climax of political progress and the destiny of advanced races: an historical essay. - Australian ed. - Melbourne: Robertson, 1869.

18 p.


Beesly, Edward Spencer, 1831-1915.

The social future of the working class: a lecture delivered to a meeting of trades' unionists, May 7, 1868. - London: E. Truelove, 1869.

16 p.

Reprinted from the Fortnightly Review.


Blackie, John Stuart, 1809-1895.

On the studying and teaching of languages: two lectures delivered in the Marischal College of Aberdeen. - Edinburgh: Sutherland & Knox, 1852.

48 p.

Added title pages.

Second lecture in Latin with title: De linguarum discendarum ratione.


Howitt, William, 1792-1879.

Spiritualism defended. - Tokomairiro: Bruce Herald Office, [1869?]

4 p

Reprinted from Dunfermline Press, 4 July 1868. Also in vol. 31


A Spiritualist, but an Anglican.

What is a miracle? To the editor of the North Wilts Herald. - London: J. Burns, [1870]

4 p.

Caption title.

Reprinted from 'The medium and daybreak',

June 24, 1870.

Also in vol. 26


Menzies, Peter Sinclair.

'Am I my brother's keeper?': a sermon preached in aid of the funds of the Hornbrook Ragged Schools Association, in Chalmers' Church, Melbourne, on Sunday, August 22, 1869. - Melbourne: Mullen, 1869.

15 p.


Parsons, John Langdon.

The law and the limit of labour: a sermon preached on behalf of the Early Closing Movement. - Dunedin: Fergusson & Mitchell, 1867.

15 p.

Also in vol. 20


Perry, Charles, Bp of Melbourne, 1807-1891.

Science and the Bible: a lecture ... delivered on Monday, September 20, 1869. - Melbourne: Mullen, [1869]

24 p.


Practical idealist. - London: Social Progress

Association, 1(1869)-8(1870)?


To 6(1869) as The Idealist.


What is the philosophy of death? - [London? ca.1870?]

26 p.

Lacks cover title.

Apparently by a spiritualist medical practitioner.


Hinds, Samuel, Bp of Norwich, 1793-1872.

The great problem solved; being replies to the question 'What have we got to rely on, if we cannot rely on the Bible?', by ... S. Hinds and F.W. Newman. With an introduction by J.G.S. Grant. - Dunedin: Mills, Dick and Co., 1871.

15 p.