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Sir Martyn: A Poem, in the Manner of Spenser (1777)

Eminent English liberals in and out of Parliament (1880)

State vs. National Control of Public Forests from the viewpoint of a western state (1913)

Trachiniae (1917)

Poverty: its effects on the political condition of the people (1870s)

On an Evolutionist Theory of Axioms (1889)

Speech of Samuel J. May (1851)

Mr. John Stuart Mill and the ballot (1869)

by an Westminster elector

Poor Law Administration, its Chief Principles and their Results in England and Ireland as Compared with Scotland (1864)

Whether the minority of electors should be represented by a majority in the House of Commons? (1875)

Frederick Augustus Maxse (1880)

Sophocles (1871)

Electra (1917)

Framley Parsonage (1871)

The land, the people, and the coming struggle (1880)

Home rule (1886)

Edward Spencer Beesly (1880)

Aviation Accident Report: American Airlines Flight on 22 December 1934 (1935)

Address at Oregon Bar Association annual meeting (1910)

A History of Freedom of Thought (1913)

Aviation Accident Report: United Air Lines crash on 20 December 1934 (1936)

by Bureau of Air Safety

Aviation Accident Report: 1 December 1934 glider crash (1934)

Blue Magic (1919)

The Theory of Evolution as an Aid to Faith in God and Belief in the Resurrection (1911)

Cromwell (1827, 1909 for translation)

Why do men starve? (1870s)

Remarks on some proposed alterations in the course of medical education at the University of Edinburgh (1830)

by a Graduate of the Old School

Charles Bradlaugh (1880)

The Financial History of the State of Oregon (1909)

The parallel between the English and American civil wars (1910)

Why the History of English Law is Not Written (1888)

The Vizier of the Two-horned Alexander (1899)

Reform or revolution (1870s)

Knowing and acting (1910)

What is technology? (1855)

Tutt and Mr. Tutt (1920)

Life of Tolstoy (1911)

On the teaching of medicine in Edinburgh University (1879)

A vindication of the University of Edinburgh (1822)

The study of Anglo-Norman (1920)