Bibliography

Francis Edward Pollard: Bibliography

Primary


Pollard, Francis Edward

1898 Apr

'The Training of the Will', Friends' Quarterly Examiner 32:223–236

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1898

The Training of the Will; reprinted from Friends' Quarterly Examiner; paper given to Friends' Guild of Teachers 1898 Jan 13

––– 1898 Oct 'College Games', The Owens College Union Magazine 47:159–60

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1898 Dec

'Educational Notes', The British Friend VII:317

––– 1899 Jun 'The Study of Childhood', The British Friend VIII:129–30

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1899 Oct

'Educational Notes', The British Friend VIII:274

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1900

review of/for Present Day Papers

––– 1900 Mar review of Starbuck's The Psychology of Religion, The British Friend

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1900 Sept

'The Making of Character', Present Day Papers III:289–95

––– 1901 Mar 'Huxley. By a Mere Arts Man', The Daltonian

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1901 July

'Whitsuntide at Bootham', The British Friend X:198–9

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1902 Sept 15

'Mind in Evolution', Present Day Papers V:285–8

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1903 Mar

'Idealism in Education', The British Friend XII:65; letter

––– 1904 Mar 'Indentured Labour'; letter to the editor, dated 1904-03-18, Yorkshire Herald

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1905 May

'Scholarships: A Commentary', Bootham II.4:294–297

––– 1905 Nov 'Do we care about Education? I', The British Friend XIV:302–4

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1905 Dec

'Do we care about Education? II', The British Friend XIV:332–4

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1906 Jan

'Do we care about Education? III', The British Friend XV:24–5

––– 1906 Feb 15 'Military Training in Schools', Northern Echo; letter
––– 1906 Apr 'Military Training in Schools', The School World
––– 1906 Apr 14 'Military Training in Schools', The Speaker; letter
––– 1906 May letter, A[ssistant] M[asters'] A[ssociation]
––– 1906 July 29 letter, The Friend
––– 1906 Sept 'Education at the British Association', The School World
––– 1907 'Rifles in Schools', Friends Guild of Teachers Report; letter
––– c. 1907 July letter, Friends Quarterly Examiner 333–6
––– 1908 Oct 'Speech', Bootham IV.2:97
––– 1909 May 29 letter, Yorkshire Post

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1910

Education and International Duty, Winscombe: Friends' Guild of Teachers

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1911 May

'Robert Spence Watson', Bootham V.4:259–75

––– 1911 July 'Galilee by Rail and Road', The Daltonian 38–41
––– 1911 July 'Towards a Progressive Policy. II – The Progressive Cause', Yorkshire Gazette
––– 1911 Sept 'Towards a Progressive Policy. IX – The Lines of Educational Progress', Yorkshire Gazette

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1912 May 3

review of Grane's The Passing of War, The Friend LII:272–3

––– 1913 Jan 13 'York Gas Works', Yorkshire Herald; letter
––– 1913 Apr 1 'Military Training in Schools', Times Educational Supplement; letter

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1913 July

'Education and National Service', Friends' Quarterly Examiner 47:383–390

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1913 July

Education and National Service, London: National Peace Council; reprinted from Friends' Quarterly Examiner 383–90

––– 1913 Oct 11 'The Municipal Elections', Yorkshire Herald; letter
––– 1914 Peace Propaganda and the Schools
––– 1914 Mar 'Home Rule', Yorkshire Herald; letter

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1914 Sept 25

'The Society of Friends and Enlistment', The Friend LIV:703–4

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1914 Oct 9

'Friends and the War', The Friend LIV:752; letter

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1914 Dec 9

'The Quaker Condemnation of War', Christian Commonwealth; 3rd edition 1930 as leaflet [1st apparently in 1914]

––– 1915 July? 'The War and a Settlement', Whitley Seaside Chronicle & Visitors Gazette; letter
––– 1915 Dec 11 'Forgiveness', Whitley Chronicle; letter
––– 1916 Jan 21 'War and Conscience', Yorkshire Herald; letter
––– 1916 Jan 31 letter, Yorkshire Herald

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1916 Mar 3

'Friends and War', The Friend LVI; letter

––– c. 1916 Mar 7 letter, Yorkshire Herald
––– 1916 July 24 'The U.D.C.', Yorkshire Herald; letter
––– 1916 July 31 'The U.D.C.', Yorkshire Herald; letter

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1916 Oct

'Abraham Lincoln', Friends' Quarterly Examiner L:510–520; review article

––– 1917 Jan 'The Hope of Internationalism. I. The Need', One and All 3–4
––– 1917 Feb 'The Hope of Internationalism. II. The Facts', One and All
––– 1917 Mar 'The Hope of Internationalism. III. Justice and Government', One and All 35–6
––– 1917 June 8 'National Service Lost in Gaol', Manchester Guardian; letter
––– 1917 July 27 'The Choice before us', The Friend; review of Dickinson's The Choice before us
––– 1917 Dec 15 'Air Raid Reprisals', The Yorkshire Post; letter
––– c. 1918 'The War and a Settlement', Whitley Seaside Chronicle & Visitors Gazette

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1918 July

'The Teaching of Friends' Principles at School. I', Friends' Quarterly Examiner LII:264–271

––– 1918 July 'A Not Impossible Religion', unidentified periodical; review of Thompson's A Not Impossible Religion
––– 1918 Apr 25 'Spiritual Forces', The Friend
––– 1918 Aug 3 'The Secret Treaties', Yorkshire Herald; letter
––– c. 1918 Aug 12 'Pacifism', Yorkshire Herald; letter

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1919

The Tests of Peace; Leeds: R.J. Long

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1919

What Other Way than War?, Leeds: Northern Friends' Peace Board

––– 1919 Feb 'A League of Nations', The Link

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1919 Mar (rev. Jan 1922)

Disarmament: The Way to Freedom. Two Papers by Edith J. Wilson & F.E. Pollard; FEP's is 'Disarmament & Human Well-being', 6–7

––– 1919 Apr 11 'The Idea of Public Right', The Friend 217–8; review article based on The Idea of Public Right, introd. H.H. Asquith
––– c. 1920 'The Glamour Gone', probably The Friend; review of Graham's A Private in the Guards
––– 1920 Jan 30 'The Peace and Its Remedies', The Friend LX.5:57–8; review of Keynes's The Economic Consequences of the Peace
––– 1920 Nov 26 'A True League of Nations', The Friend
––– 1920 Dec 3 'A True League of Nations', The Friend LX.49:760–1

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1921

The Meaning of Disarmament, The Pilgrim 134–44

 

1921 Apr

'Education and Progress', Friends' Quarterly Examiner LV:145–162

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1921

Education and Progress, Friends' Guild of Teachers; reprinted from Friends' Quarterly Examiner

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1921 Oct

'The Old Testament in Education. I. A General Survey', Friends' Quarterly Examiner LV:355–360

––– 1921 Nov 'Washington. The American Proposals'. NPC Disarmament series leaflet no 6
––– 1921 Dec 9 'The Hope of Europe', The Friend 820; review of Gibbs's The Hope of Europe

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1922 Jan 6

'The Disarmament Campaign in America', The Friend LXII:3–4

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1922 Jan 13

'Washington and the Future', The Friend LXII:17–9

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1922 Jan 27

'Washington in Retrospect', The Friend LXII:53–5

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1923

Can Religion Be Taught? A Quaker Contribution. London: Friends' Book Centre; revised & reissued 1927; major contributor

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1923 Jan

'The Study of Ethics', Friends' Quarterly Examiner LVII:47–51

––– 1923 Feb 9 'An Indictment of Capitalism', The Friend; review of the Webbs' The Decay of Capitalist Civilisation
––– 1923 Mar 'Co-operate or Perish', unidentified periodical; review of Kirkconnell's International Aspects of Unemployment
––– 1923 Mar 'Three Winters of Unemployment', The Friend; review of The Third Winter of Unemployment
––– 1923 Apr 20 'War or Humanity: Which is to be Abolished?', The Friend LXIII.16:281–2; review article based on Dickinson's War: its Nature, Cause and Cure
––– 1923 May 11 'John Stuart Mill', The Friend
––– 1923 Oct 26 'The Fighting Instinct', The Friend; review of Bovet's The Fighting Instinct

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1924

Note on Pacts

––– 1924 Jan 'National Power and Christian Purpose', The Pilgrim 4.2:131-142

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1924 Jan 4

Adult School Lesson Notes: 'The Awakened Mind', The Friend LXIII:20

––– 1924 Jan 11 'The Tragedy of Germany', Berkshire Chronicle; letter

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1924 Jan 11

Adult School Lesson Notes: 'The Awakened Spirit', The Friend LXIII:39

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1924 Jan 18

Adult School Lesson Notes: 'The Meaning of Change', The Friend LXIII:60

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1924 Jan 25

Adult School Lesson Notes: 'Bodily Work', The Friend LXIII:79

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1924 Feb 1

Adult School Lesson Notes: Mental Work', The Friend LXIII:104

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1924 Feb 8

Adult School Lesson Notes: Creative Work', The Friend LXIII:122

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1924 Mar 21

'Social Development', The Friend LXIII:196, 229–30; review

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1924 Apr

contribution to reports of commissions preparatory to Conference on Christian Politics, Economics and Citizenship

––– 1924 Apr 25 'Philosophers of To-day', The Friend; review of Muirhead, ed.: Contemporary British Philosophy

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1924 Sep 19

'The Discipline of the Spirit', The Friend LXIII:801–2; review

––– 1924 Dec 19 'Philosophy and Life', The Friend LXIV:1095–6; review of Jones' Fundamental Ends of Life
––– 1925 Apr 10 'Friends and Force', The Friend; letter

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1925 May

Pacifism and the League of Nations, London: Friends' Peace Committee

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1925 Jan 23

'Authority and Freedom', The Friend LXV.4:65–7

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1925 Apr 10

'Friends and Force', The Friend LXV:313; letter

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1925 Apr 17

'Is the Protocol Alive?', The Friend LXV:317–8

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1925 May 8

'A Note on Pacts', The Friend LXV:386

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1925 May 29

'The Meaning of Truth', The Friend LXV:488

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1925 June 5

'The Value of Truth', The Friend LXV:520

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1925 June 12

'The Price of Truth', The Friend LXV:536

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1925 June 19

'Cavour', The Friend LXV:554–5; review

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1925 Oct 2

'A History of Civilisation', The Friend LXV:865; review

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1925 Oct 16

'Lecture School on the Economic Causes of War', The Friend LXV:928; letter

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1925 Oct 23

'Labour and Democracy', and 'More War Documents', The Friend LXV:935, 936; reviews

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1925 Dec 11

'Science and Religion', The Friend LXV:1089–90; review

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1926 Jan

'War and Police: A Discussion. A Pacifist and a Critic', Friends' Quarterly Examiner LX:75–88

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1926

War and Police: A Discussion. A Pacifist & a Critic, London: Friends' Peace Committee, repr. from Friends' Quarterly Examiner

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1926 Jan 1

'Peace letter to the Prime Minister', The Friend LXVI; review

––– 1926 Jan 1 letter, dated 1925-12-27, The Friend

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1926 Jan 8

'Psychology and the Church', The Friend LXVI; review

––– 1926 Jan 22 'The “Peace Letter to the Prime Minister”'; letter, co-authored by Bertram Pickard

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1926 Feb 5

'Economics and War', The Friend [World Outlook] LXVI:101–2

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1926 Feb 5

'Three Thousand Years at a Glance'; The Friend LXVI:113; review

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1926 Mar 19

'Disinterested Thinking', The Friend LXVI:234–5; review

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1926 Apr 9

'England and the World', The Friend LDVI:293–4; review

––– 1926 Apr, c. 15 letter dated April 13, The Manchester Guardian
––– 1926 Apr 23 'Philosophy To-day', The Friend LDVI:335–6; review
––– 1926 Apr 23 'The Temperance Question. V. Moderation or Abstinence', The Friend

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1926 May 14

'An International Month in France', The Friend LXVI:413; co-signatory to letter

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1926 May 28

'The Moral Law', The Friend LXVI:461; review

––– 1926 June 'Ideas of Value. II. Personal Property', The Friend
––– 1926 June 11 'A Great Democrat', The Friend LXVI:511–2; review

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1926 July 2

'The Art of Thought', The Friend LXVI:593; review

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1926 Aug 27

'The Races of Mankind', The Friend LXVI:765

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1926 Sept 3

'The Clash of Colour', The Friend LXVI:789; sequel to 'The Races of Mankind'

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1926 Sept 10, 17, 24

'The Clash of Colour', parts III–V, The Friend LXVI:807, 829, 851

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1926 Oct 8

'Life in a World of Life', The Friend LXVI:926

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1926 Oct 15

'At the Helm of Life', The Friend LXVI:926

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1926 Oct 22

'The Heart of the Problem', The Friend LXVI:962

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1926 Oct 29

'Community and the State', The Friend LXVI:967–8

––– 1926 Nov 13 'The Human Factor in Industry', Reading Standard; letter dated Nov 7

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1926 Dec 10

'The Greatness of Wyclif', The Friend LXVI:1110–2

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1926 Dec 17

'Friends and the Social Order. An Appeal', The Friend LXVI:1168

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1927 Jan 14

'Richard Cobden and Foreign Policy', The Friend LXVII:64; review; also a letter

––– 1927 Jan 21 letter dated 1927-01-09, The Friend

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1927 Mar 11

'John Morley', The Friend LXVII:216; review

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1927 Apr 22

'The Activities of God', The Friend LXVII:331–2; review article

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1927 Apr 22

'The Future of the Air', The Friend LXVII:337–8; review

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1927 Apr 29

'A Minimum Wage', The Friend LXVII:355; review

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1927 May 6

'A Citizen of the World', The Friend LXVII:375–6; review

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1927 May 27 to July 1

'Ideas of Value', The Friend LXVII:486, 531, 555, 568, 594, 620; six parts

––– 1927 July 17 'Ten Years of War and Peace', The Friend; review

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1927 July 29

'Old Religion and New Science', The Friend LXVII:689–90; review

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1927 Aug 12

'Moral Unrest', The Friend LXVII:734–5; review

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1927 Aug 19

'The Fallacies of Tariffs', The Friend LXVII:755–6; review

––– 1927 Aug 20 'The International Outlook. Roumania, Reparations and Disarmament', Reading Standard

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1927 Sept 2 to Sept 23

'The League of Nations' – four parts: Arbitration, Disarmament, The World's Workers, and Towards a World Commonwealth, The Friend LXVII:804, 822, 842, 861

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1927 Oct 14

'Friends and Disarmament', The Friend LXVII:929–30

––– 1927 Oct 21 'United States Council for Prevention of War', The Friend
––– 1927 Oct 28 'The Influence of George Unwin', The Friend; review
––– 1927 Nov 25 'The Social Function of the Church', The Friend; letter dated 1927-11-20
––– 1927 Dec 6 letter dated Dec 3, Manchester Guardian

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1927 Dec 9

'Pascal', The Friend LXVII:1119; review

––– 1927 Dec 17 'Security and Disarmament', Nation & Athenæum; letter dated 1927-12-11

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1928

War and Human Values, London: Leonard & Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press; (Merttens Lecture on War & Peace)

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1928 Feb 03

'The Liberal Spirit', The Friend LXVIII:81–2

––– 1928 Feb 17 'Friends and the Eucharist', The Friend; letter dated 1928-02-11

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1928 Feb 24

'The Outlawry of War', The Friend LXVIII:149–50; review

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1928 Mar 30

'Society and the State', The Friend LXVIII:253–4

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1928 Apr 20

'The Guilt of the War', The Friend LXVIII:323–4; review

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1928 Apr 27

'The Motive Power of Life', The Friend LXVIII:349; review

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1928 May 11

'Intellectual Preparation for Service', The Friend LXVIII:393–5

––– 1928 June 22 'Civic Government in York', The Friend; review
––– 1928 Aug 7 'Pacifists and the League', Manchester Guardian; letter dated Aug 2
––– 1928 Aug 24 'Approaches to Reality', The Friend LXVII:759–60

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1928 Aug 31

'The Unique Status of Man', The Friend LXVIII:781; review

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1928 Sept 21 to Oct 5

'The Universal Appeal of Christ' – three parts; The Friend LXVIII:847, 867, 884

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1928 Nov 9

'Citizenship and Fundamental Values', The Friend LXVIII:1008–9

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1928 Nov 23 to Dec 7

'The Universal Appeal of Christ' – three parts [different], The Friend LXVIII:1051, 1083, 1128

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1928 Nov 30

'Empire and Foreign Relations', The Friend LXVIII:1074–5; review

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1928 Dec 7

'Charles James Fox', The Friend LXVIII:1102–3; review

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1928 Dec 14

'Christmas', The Friend LXVIII:1148

––– 1928 Dec 22 'Novels and Decency', Nation & Athenæum; letter dated 1928-12-16

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1929 Jan 4

'A Free Press', The Friend LXIX:11–2; review

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1929 Jan 25

'The Humanitarian State', The Friend LXIX:70–1; review

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1929 Feb 22

'An Ambassador of Peace', The Friend LXIX:157; review

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1929 Mar 22

'Two Philosophers', The Friend LXIX:249–50; review

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1929 Apr 5

letter, The Friend LXIX:298; also co-signatory to letter

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1929 May 10

'War and International Community', The Friend LXIX:401–2; review

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1929 May 24

'The Story of Quakerism', The Friend LXIX:449–50; review

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1929 June 28

'Governments in War Time', The Friend LXIX:585; review

––– 1929 July 5 'Professor L.T. Hobhouse', The Friend
––– 1929 Aug 'A League Air Force', Headway; letter dated 1929-07-10

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1929 Sept 20

'Church and State', The Friend LXIX:840; review

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1929 Oct 25

'Religion in Human Affairs', The Friend LXIX:961; review

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1929 Nov 8

'The Ethics of Jesus', 'The World Court', The Friend LXIX:1002, 1003; reviews

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1929 Nov 15

'Kant's Conception of God', The Friend LXIX:1025; review

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1929 Nov 22

'John Ruskin', The Friend LXIX:1054

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1929 Nov 29

'John Ruskin. From Art to Social Reform', The Friend LXIX: 1075

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1929 Dec 6

'John Ruskin. Religion and Education', The Friend LXIX:1132

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1929 Dec 27

'The Seventeenth Century', The Friend LXIX:1200–1; review

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1930 Jan 17

'Human Nature and Its Remaking', The Friend LXX:45–7; review article

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1930 Feb 14

'War and Peace in History', The Friend LXX:43–4

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1930 Mar 14

'Lord Durham', The Friend LXX:218–9; review

––– 1930 Mar 21 'The Future of India', The Friend; review

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1930 June 13

'Land and Peasant in Rumania', The Friend LXX:536–7, review

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1930 June 20

letter on Gandhi and India, The Friend LXX:582–3

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c. 1930 July 12

letter, The Friend

––– 1930 Aug 'Pacifism and Mr. Gandhi', Reconciliation 147–9

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1930 Aug 1

'The Uses of Philosophy', The Friend LXX:698–9; review

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1930 Aug 29

'Moral Sense', The Friend LXX:783; review

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1930 Sept 19

'An Economic Dilemma', The Friend LXX:841; review

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1930 Sept 26

'That Next War?', The Friend LXX:855

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1930 Oct 17

'Coleridge as Philosopher', The Friend LXX:946; review

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1930 Oct 31 and Nov 7

'An Educated Electorate', The Friend LXX:982–3, 1008–9

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1930 Dec 6

'Benjamin Franklin', The Friend LXX:1114; review

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1931 Jan 2

'The Statesmanship of Cavour', The Friend LXXI:78; review

––– 1931 Jan 3 'John Bright', Nation; letter dated 1930-12-21

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1931 Mar 6

'The Way to Peace', The Friend LXXI:216; letter

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1931 Apr 24

'Leonard Hobhouse', The Friend LXXI:354; review

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1931 May 1

'God and the Human Spirit', The Friend LXXI:369–70

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1931 May 22

'The European Situation: A Call to Friends', The Friend LXXI:463; one of nine signatories to letter

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1931 Jun 26

'The History of Scarborough', The Friend LXXI:602–3; review

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1931 Aug 21

'The Future of Individuality', The Friend LXXI:774–5; review

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1931 Aug 28

'New Developments of the League of Nations. I. From Covenant to Pact', The Friend LXXI:793

––– 1931 Aug 31 'The Unique Status of Man', The Friend LXXI:781–2; review

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1931 Sept 4

'New Developments of the League of Nations. II. Law Not War', The Friend LXXI:817

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1931 Sept 11

'New Developments of the League of Nations. III. The Workers' Hope', The Friend LXXI:834

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1931 Sept 18

'A World Set Free. IV. Disarmament', The Friend LXXI:864

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1931 Oct 2

'Reparations and the Economic Crisis', The Friend LXXI:893–4

––– 1931 Oct 23 'An “Impossible” Position. Free Trade Not an Irrelevant Factor', Reading Standard; letter dated Oct 19

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1931 Oct 30

'Politics and the Future', The Friend LXXI:988–9; review

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1931 Nov 6

'Modern Europe and the World', The Friend LXXI:1012; review

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1931 Nov 13

'The Death Penalty: A Story', The Friend LXXI:1034; review

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1931 Dec 4

'Essays Congregational and Catholic', The Friend LXXI:1110; review

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1932

Education and the Spirit of Man, London: G. Allen & Unwin; Swarthmore Lecture 1932

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1932

Religion, Morals and the Intellect, London: G. Allen & Unwin

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1932 Feb 5

'Disarmament and the Society of Nations', The Friend 90:106–7; review

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1932 May 6

'Themes of Urgent Interest', The Friend 90:387–8; review

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1932 May 20

'Education and the Spirit of Man', The Friend 90:422–5; coverage of Swarthmore Lecture, with biographical details

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1932 July 8

'Two European Statesmen', The Friend 90:601–2; review

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1932 Sept 30

'Towards Peace in Asia', The Friend 90:840–1; review

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1932 Nov 18

'Friends and Sanctions', The Friend 90:1004; one of seven signatories to letter

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1932 Dec 23

'Social Christianity', The Friend 90:1133; review

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1932 Dec 30

'Bertrand Russell on Schools', The Friend 90:1152–3; review

––– 1932 Dec 'John William Graham', Bootham 16.2:75-78

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1933

Introduction to J.W. Graham, ed.: Psychic Experiences of Quaker Ministers, Friends' Historical Society

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1933 Feb 17

'Friends and Politics', The Friend 91:125–7

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1934 Mar

correspondence in Reading Standard

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1933 Mar 24

'Lord Noel-Buxton's Papers', The Friend 91:241–2; review

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1933 Apr 7

'The League's Testing Time', The Friend 91:287–8; review

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1933 May 19

'Germany and Others', The Friend 91:431; review

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1933 June 23

'Our Peace Objective', The Friend 91:561

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1933 July 21

'Scholarship Problems', The Friend 91:643

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1933 Sept 1

'Utility v. Wisdom', The Friend 91:756–7

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1933 Sept 22

'The Spirit of Toleration', The Friend 91:810–11

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1933 Sept 29

'The Study of Peace,' The Friend 91:839

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1933 Dec 8

'Friends' Appeal to the Premier', The Friend 91:1083–4; co-signatory to letter

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1934 Jan 12

'Renouncing Force', The Friend 92:34

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c. 1934 Mar 4

correspondence in Reading Standard

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1934 Apr 6

'Science and the Human Spirit, The Friend 92:299; review

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1934 July 27

'The Essentials of Religion', The Friend 92:692; review

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1934 Oct 12

'Towards Collectivism', The Friend 92:927; review

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1934 Dec 12

'The Price of War', The Friend 92:1218; review

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1935

The Roots of War

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1935 Feb 15

'An Economic World Peace Policy', The Friend 93:146–7

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1935 May 3

'25 Years of the Peace Movement. A Jubilee Survey', The Friend 93:383–4

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1935 May 13

Peace Making. A Contribution to Theory and Practice. London: Friends' Peace Committee

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1935 June 7

'“The Roots of War”', The Friend 93:546; letter

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1935 July 19

'Pacifism and the Air', The Friend 93:667

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1935 July 26

'Britain's Peace Policy', The Friend 93:690

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1935 Sept 13

'Dr. Temple & the Maintenance of Law', The Friend 93:821

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1935 Oct 25

letter, The Friend 93:985

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1935 Nov 1

'“We Did Not Fight” Some Lessons of 1914–1918', The Friend 93:1005–6; review

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1935 Nov 8

'A Study of Non-Resistance', The Friend 93:1035

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1935 Dec 20

'Can Civilisation be Saved?', The Friend 93:1116; review

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c. 1936 Mar

introduction to Penn's Essay towards the Present and Future Peace of Europe

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1936 May 8

'Friends Peace Committee Secretaryship', The Friend 94:424; letter

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1937

Friends Peace Committee, appeal for armistice in Spain

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1937 Sept 24

'A British Delegate on the Conference', The Friend 95:870–1

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1937 Dec 31

'The Community Path to Real Security', The Friend 95:1223–5; reprinted as a pamphlet in 1938, by the Friends' Peace Committee

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1938

Friends Peace Committee, appeal to Quaker meetings re Munich

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1938 Feb 4

'“Real Security”', The Friend 96:97; letter

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1938 Oct 28

'Civilisation and the Aggressor', The Friend 96:922–5

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1938 Dec 16

'Distress in England', The Friend 96:1138

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1939 Apr 21

review, Streit's Union Now, The Friend 97:320

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1939 May 19

'P.E.P. on Industry', The Friend 97:414; review

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1939 July 28

'The Lessons of the Past', The Friend 97:647–8; review

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1939 Nov 17

'Civil Liberties', The Friend 97:926; co-signatory to letter

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1940 Mar 22

'America and the War', The Friend 98:173–4

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1940 Mar 29

'The League's Continuing Activities', The Friend 98:186

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1940 Apr 19

'The Economic Basis of a Durable Peace', The Friend 98:233; review

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1940 May 21

review of three books on federalism for Europe, The Friend 98:328–9

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1940 Sept 8

message from Meeting for Sufferings, read at all Preparative Meetings, after Battle of Britain

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1940 Sept 20

'American White Paper', The Friend 98:542–3; review

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1940 Nov 8

'Power and Peace', The Friend 98:619

––– c. 1940 'Then and Now', The Tribunal

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1941 Apr 18

'Why Another World War?', The Friend 99:193; review

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1941 Apr 25

'Democracy's Last Battle', The Friend 99:209; review

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1941 July 11

review of Streit's Union Now with Britain, The Friend 99:335

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1941 Aug 1

letter on the Peace Committee office, The Friend 99:372

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1941 Aug 22

'One Anglo-American Nation', The Friend 99:414; review

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1941 Nov 28

'Paths to Peace', The Friend 99:553; review

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1942 Jan 2

'Peace and Victory', The Friend 100:7; review

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1942 Feb

And so the Peace was Lost, London: Friends' Peace Committee

–––

shortly after 22 Feb 1942

review of Williams's Ten Angels Swearing, The Friend

–––

1942 May 1

'Conditions of Peace', The Friend 100:173–4; review article

–––

1942 Jul

report on conference on the Quaker peace testimony

–––

1942 Jul 24

'“A New Apostolate of Peace and Healing”', The Friend 100:369–71

–––

1942 Aug 21

'Should Nations Survive?', The Friend 100:452; review

–––

1943 Feb 19

'“The British Friend”', The Friend 101:142; letter

–––

1943 Sept 17

Documents on International Affairs, The Friend 101:631–2; review

–––

1944 Apr 28

'Peace, Police and Democracy', The Friend 102:261–2; review

–––

1944 July 21

'Federate or Perish', The Friend 102:475; review

–––

1944 Oct 13

'Penn and the Peace of Europe', The Friend 102:663–4

–––

1945

Pacifism and Conscientious Objection

–––

1945 May 18

'The League to Enforce Peace', The Friend 103:316; review

–––

shortly after 1 Jun 1945

article, The Wayfarer

–––

shortly after 1945 June 1

reply to Professor Field 

–––

1945 July 27

review of four books on peace, world order, &c., The Friend 103:497

–––

1946

Pacifism as a Policy, London: Central Board for Conscientious Objectors

–––

1946 June 21

'Germany from Defeat to Conquest, 1913–1913', The Friend 104:503–4; review

–––

1946 Aug 9

'The Spirit of Worship', The Friend 104:648; letter

–––

1946 Aug 23

'Swiss Neutrality', The Friend 104:683–4; review

–––

1946 Aug 30

'The State as a Servant of God', The Friend 104:698--9; review

–––

1947 Feb 7

'“The Anatomy of Peace”', The Friend 105:177–9; review

–––

1947 June 27

'The Cause of Liberty', The Friend 105:527; review

–––

1947 Aug 8

'War, Sadism, and Pacifism', The Friend 105:647–8; review

–––

1947 Aug 22

'“The Web of Government”', The Friend 105:685–7; review article

–––

1947 Oct 31

'Morals and the New Theology', The Friend 105:887; review

–––

1948 Jan 2

'Philosophy and Politics', The Friend 106:11–2; review

–––

1948 Jan 23

'The Shadow of a War', The Friend 106:72; review

–––

1948 May 21

'On to Orthodoxy', The Friend 106:424; review

–––

1949 Jan 7

'Collective Security in Swiss Experience 1291–1948', The Friend 107:4; review

–––

1950

Spirit and Personality

–––

1953

War and Human Values. An Essay on the Immorality of War, 2nd edition, London: Peace News and Charles Skilton

–––

n.d.

Christian Victory, London: Friends' Peace Committee

–––

n.d.

Men and States

–––

n.d. (post 1st World War)

Questions for Christians

–––

n.d. (post 1st World War)

Can War Be Abolished? Outline Programme for the study of the problem of War and Peace

–––, ed.

1913/14

rev. ed. of B.B. Le Tall The Chief Dates of History. York: William Sessions, the Ebor Press

–––

1925

editorial contribution to revision of Christian Practice

–––

1926

Bootham School, 1823–1923; with two chapters by FEP

–––

1937

Friends World Conference 1937: 'The Individual Christian & the State', Report of Commission II, chaired by FEP, Part I: 'Friends Historical Position', 7–10, at least, is probably by FEP

––– & Robert S.W. Pollard

1946 Dec 13

'Friends' Business Methods', The Friend 104:1046; letter: research request

–––, Robert S.W. Pollard & Beatrice E. Pollard

1949 Apr

Democracy and the Quaker Method; London: Bannisdale Press


Secondary


anon.

1925 Sept 'Mr F.E. Pollard and the Principles of COPEC', report on talk to the Reading Rotary Club, Reading Standard
––– 1925 Nov 20 'Is It Peace?', report including coverage of 'Mr. Pollard's Stirring Speech'
––– 1926 Aug 14 'A Century of Quaker Education', The Nation & Athenæum; review of History of Bootham School
––– 1926 Aug 30 'Bootham School. A Century of Quaker Education', Yorkshire Post; review
––– 1926 Sept 13 'What Quakerism Means. The Outcome of Religion in Life', Reading Standard; report of address given at Reading Friends' meeting-house
  1926 reviews of History of Bootham School, in The Times Literary Supplement, The Observer, Sunday Times, The Times Educational Supplement, Manchester Guardian, Westminster Gazette, John o' London, The Friend
––– 1926 'Liberalism in Reading. Mr. F.E. Pollard Elected Chairman of Local Association', [unidentified newspaper]; short article with photograph
––– 1928 [or possibly 1925] June 2 'Quakers and War. O.T.C's. Condemned by Former York Man.', Yorkshire Gazette
––– 1928 June 1 report of FEP's Merttens lecture, The Friend
––– 1928 June 1 'The Presence of God', report of address, The Friend
––– 1928 June 8 'Advices and Queries', The Friend; report of address by FEP
––– 1928 June 22 review of FEP's Merttens lecture, The Friend LXVIII:570
––– 1928 June 23 'War Denounced. A Stirring Address at Kendal', Westmorland Gazette; report of address by FEP
––– 1928 Aug 2 review of War and Human Values, Manchester Guardian
––– 1928 Nov 21 'The Kellogg Pact. Why the Reservations? Address at Friends' Meeting House', Halifax Daily Courier; report of address by FEP
––– 1930 Feb 'University Extension Lectures in the West Wight'; report of lecture series by FEP [unidentified newspaper]

–––

1931 May 29

report of FEP's lecture on 'A Reasonable Religion', The Friend LXXI:502

–––

1946 Apr 5

review of Pacifism as a Policy, The Friend 104:269–70

–––

1949 June 10

review of Pollards' Democracy and the Quaker Method; The Friend 107:477–8

–––

1951 Apr 6

obituary, The Friend 109:277–8

––– 1953 review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values, [unidentified Reading newspaper]
––– 1953 Mar review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values, Reconciliation

–––

1953 Mar 6

review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values, The Friend 206–7

–––

1953 Apr

editorial review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values, Friends' Quarterly 68–72

B., A.A. 1953 'Speaking Personally'; review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values, in unidentified newsletter [possibly of the Progressive League]
C., M.R. 1926 June 26 'Bootham School. The Record of One Hundred Years. Mr. Francis Pollard's New Book', Yorkshire Herald

Dell, John A.

1952 May

obituary, Bootham 25.1:9-10

Graham, John W.

1932 Jan 29

review of Religion, Morals and the Intellect, The Friend 90:92

Kay, John 1953 Feb 6 'To the Best in Men', Peace News; review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values,
Miles, Selim 1926 Aug 'Books and the Man. A School of Friends', The Education Outlook; review of History of Bootham School

Pollard, Robert S.W.

1953

'Memoir', in F.E. Pollard: War and Human Values, 2nd edn, London: Peace News and Charles Skilton

Reading Monthly Meeting 1951 testimony, in London Yearly Meeting 1951, Reports and Documents 232–4
S., W. 1953 review of 2nd edition of War and Human Values, One & All [?]

 

 



William Pollard: Bibliography

Primary


'A Friend'

(n.d.)

Plain Truths for Plain People

P., W.

1889 June

'John Whitehead's Account of His Convincement', The British Friend XLVII:175–6

Pollard, William

1862 Apr 1

'Christian Knowledge Society Wanted', The Friend 2:102–3

–––

1864

Primitive Christianity Revived. 'Old Banner' series tract

–––

1865

The Ackworth Reading Book, being selections from the best English Authors, in prose and poetry, etc. London: Alfred W. Bennett. [Third edition, revised and enlarged, published as The Ackworth Reading Book. Choice Prose Selections . . .]

–––

1866

Congregational Worship. 'Old Banner' series tract

–––

1866 July

'Congregational Worship and the Old Banner Essay', The British Friend XXIV.7:167–8

–––

1867 Apr

'On a Recent Yearly Meeting of Friends' (Colloquial Letters on Various Subjects, No 1) Friends' Quarterly Examiner I:304–307; contd as Colloquial Letter No 2, I:307–311

 

1867 July

'Half-an-hour in a Physician's Waiting Room', Friends' Quarterly Examiner I:441–447

 

1867 Oct

'On Some Difficulties in Church Membership', Friends' Quarterly Examiner I:592–598

 

1868 Apr

'Old-fashioned Friends and New Lights', Friends' Quarterly Examiner II:288–294

 

1868 Oct

'The Yearly Meeting's “Report on Ministry and Eldership”', Friends' Quarterly Examiner II:571–587

–––

1868 July

'The Scriptures and Scripture Meetings', The British Friend XXVI.7:186–7

–––

1869 Jan

'Silent Meetings', The Friend NS IX.97:17–18; letter

 

1869 July

'My Unspoken Speeches in the late Yearly Meeting', Friends' Quarterly Examiner III:441–449

 

1870 July

'My Unspoken Speech in the late Yearly Meeting', Friends' Quarterly Examiner IV:452–457

 

1871 Apr

'Thoughts for the Next Yearly Meeting', Friends' Quarterly Examiner V:292–296

 

1871 July

'The Peace Question', Friends' Quarterly Examiner V:443–449

–––

1871

Considerations addressed to the Society of Friends on the Peace Question

 

1872 July

'The Yearly Meeting of 1872', Friends' Quarterly Examiner VI:413–428

 

1872 Oct

'The Rescue. An Imperfect Comparison between Things Human and Divine', Friends' Quarterly Examiner VI:558–570

–––

1872

The Ackworth Poetical Reader. Choice selections from the best English authors . . . New edition, revised and enlarged. London

–––

1872

Choice Readings in English Literature. Prose and Poetry. London [4th edition is revised]

 

1874 Jan

'The Recent Friends' Conference in London', Friends' Quarterly Examiner VIII:13–24

 

1874 Apr

'The Next Yearly Meeting, and the Late Conference', Friends' Quarterly Examiner VIII:302–313

 

1875 July

'The Presence Crisis in the Society of Friends as Portrayed in the Late Yearly Meeting', Friends' Quarterly Examiner IX:313–326; front-page article

–––

1875 July

'The Late School Conference, Professional Examinations, &c.', The Friend NS XV:185; letter

–––

1875 Aug

'The Present Crisis in the Society of Friends as Portrayed in the Late Yearly Meeting', The British Friend XXXIII:193–6

–––

1876 Jan

'Too Much Theology', The Friend NS XVI:10–11; letter

–––

1876 Apr

'Religion and Theology', The Friend NS XVI:83–4; letter

–––

1876 July

'Yearly Meeting Discusson on General Meetings', The British Friend XXXIV:202–2, letter

–––

1876 Oct

'William Pollard on General Meetings, &c.', The Friend NS XVI:259–60; letter

 

1877 July

'Jottings from the Life of Dr. Norman Macleod', Friends' Quarterly Examiner 11:405–420

 

1877 Oct

'Hardshaw Monthly Meeting in the Olden Time. (A Paper recently read at the Manchester and Liverpool Institutes', Friends' Quarterly Examiner 11:570–583

–––

1878 June

'How to Help the Peace Movement', The Friend NS XVIII:182–3; letter

 

1878 July

'Hardshaw Monthly Meeting in the Olden Time. Part II', Friends' Quarterly Examiner 12:382–399

 

1879 Jan

Symposium, 'Singing in Meetings for Worship', 'Contribution by William Pollard, Friends' Quarterly Examiner XIII:148–160

–––

1879 May

'Life and Letters of Thomas Erskine', The Friend NS XIX:131–2; letter

–––

1880 Jan

'What more can be done to abate war? (Suggestions for local effort)', The Friend XX:3–5, The British Friend XXXVIII:5–7

–––

1880 Oct

'The Peace-at-any-Price Party', Fraser's Magazine

–––

1880

The Peace-at-any-Price Party. Manchester: International Arbitration Association; revised reprint

–––

1881 Jan

'The Christian Ministry. (An Address delivered, by request, to the members of the London Quarterly Meeting', Friends' Quarterly Examiner XVI:28–56

–––

1881 Mar

'Suggested Peace Congress at Brussels' and 'The Peace Society', The British Friend XXXIX:68; letters

 

1881 July

'Our Small Meetings', Friends' Quarterly Examiner XVI:447–456

–––

1881 Aug

one of three signatories to letter re Friends' Hall of Residence, Manchester, The Friend XXI:332

–––

1882 July

'The Action of the Late Yearly Meeting', The Friend XXII:170–1

–––

1882 Sept

'The Peace Movement and the War in Egypt', The Friend XX:224–5

–––

1882 Nov

letter on Friends and the War in Egypt, The Friend XXII:277–8

–––

1883 Mar

'The Home Mission Committee and Paid Preachers', The Friend XXII:56–8

–––

1883 May

'Quakerism Pure and Simple', The Friend XXIII:103–4

 

1884 July

'Dr. Parker on Orthodoxy of Heart', Friends' Quarterly Examiner XVIII:419–433

–––

1885 July

'Debate on A Reasonable Faith', The British Friend XLIII:162–3

–––

1885 July

'Yearly Meeting Debate on “A Reasonable Faith”', The British Friend XLIII:176

–––

1885 Sept

letter on A Reasonable Faith, The British Friend XLIII:225

–––

1885 Oct

letter, The British Friend XLIII:245

–––

1886 Nov

letter, The British Friend XLIV:272

–––

1887

Old-Fashioned Quakerism: its origin, results and future. Four lectures, etc. London: Harris; and revised edition 1889

–––

1887 Aug

'Bishop Moorhouse on War', The British Friend XLV:207–8; letter

–––

1887 Sept

'Lectures on Old-Fashioned Quakerism', The Friend XXVII:239–40

–––

1888 Feb

'Old-Fashioned Quakerism', The British Friend XVLI:43; letter

–––

1888 Apr

'Peace Meetings on First Days', The British Friend XVLI:90

–––

1888 May

'The Richmond “Declaration of Faith”', The British Friend XLVI:117, The Friend XXVIII:114; letter

–––

1890

'The Quaker Reformation', in Religious Systems of the World, London: Swan Sonnenschein

–––

1890 Apr

'The Irish Home Rule Question: A Twofold Survey from the Quaker Standpoint', Friends' Quarterly Examiner XXIV:286–309, and 'A Rejoinder', XXIV:327–331

–––

1890

The Irish Home Rule Question: A Survey from the Quaker Standpoint, London: Ed. Hicks, Jun.; reprinted and revised from the Friends' Quarterly Examiner

–––

1894 Mar

'A Future Life', The British Friend III:64–5

–––

(n.d.)

articles in the Manchester Examiner

–––

(n.d.)

contributions to Christian World

“Three Friends” [Pollard, William, Francis Frith & W.E. Turner]

1884

A Reasonable Faith. Short Religious Essays for the Times. London: Macmillan; and revised edition 1886


Secondary


anon.

1864 Apr 1

review of Primitive Christianity Revived, The British Friend p. 96

–––

1865 Sept 1

review of The Ackworth Reading Book, The British Friend p. 230

–––

1866 June

review of Congregational Worship, The British Friend XXXIV.6:152–3

–––

1873 Mar

review of 3rd edition of The Ackworth Reading Book, The Friend NS XIII.Mar:64

–––

1881 Apr

review of The Peace-at-any-Price Party, The Friend XXI:89

–––

1884 Dec

reviews of A Reasonable Faith in The Friend XXIV and The British Friend XLII

–––

1885 Mar

'On Reconciliation', The Friend XXV:49–51

–––

1885 Apr

'A Reasonable Faith. Explanatory Note by the Essayists', The British Friend XLIII:67–8

–––

1887 Aug

review of Old-Fashioned Quakerism, The Friend XXVII:203–4

 

1890 Apr

'Second Survey', Friends' Quarterly Examiner XXIV: 309–326

–––

1893 Nov

'Our late colleague', The British Friend II:297–8; obituary

'Another Friend'

1885 May

Christ Crucified – Strictures on A Reasonable Faith

author not noted

1885 Jan

letter on A Reasonable Faith, The British Friend XLIII:3

–––

1885 Feb

correspondence on A Reasonable Faith, The Friend XXV:31–2

–––

1885 Mar

correspondence on A Reasonable Faith, The British Friend XLIII:57–63

–––

1885 Mar

correspondence on A Reasonable Faith, The Friend XXV:56–9

Appleton, Lewis

1882 Oct

'William Pollard as an apologist of the war in Egypt', The British Friend XL:264–6

Armitage, Evelyn Noble

1894 Apr

'William Pollard's Books', The British Friend III:106–8

Blamires, David

1984 Oct

'William Pollard (1828–1893)', The Friends' Quarterly 23.8:376–81

–––

1987

'Towards a Biography of William Pollard', Journal of the Friends' Historical Society 55.3&4:112–123

Braithwaite, George H.

1885 Aug

A Reasonable Faith by Three “Friends” Refuted

Creasey, Maurice

1949 Oct

'A Reasonable Faith', The Friends' Quarterly 3.4:196–206

G., J.W.

1893 Nov

'The late William Pollard', The British Friend II:298–9

Kennedy, Thomas C.

2001

British Quakerism 1860–1920. The Transformation of a Religious Community

––– 2004 Spring 'Early Friends and the Renewal of British Quakerism, 1890–1920', Quaker History 93.1: 80–95

Pollard, Arthur B.

1927 July 29

letter in The Friend LXVII:703

Pollard, Bedford

1937

Quaker Reminiscences. London: Headley Brothers

Wigg, Michael

1995

The Universal and Uniform: the evolution of Francis Frith's business 1860–1873, unpublished Postgraduate Diploma dissertation, the London Institute

–––

1995

Francis Frith: Photographic & Religious Views, unpublished MA dissertation, the London Institute

 



Robert Spence Watson: Bibliography

Primary


Watson, Robert Spence

1857

Northumbrian Ruins. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Newcastle Daily Journal office

–––

1886 (almost entirely written 1859)

Little Elfie. Poems, printed for private circulation

–––

1860

The Art Album

–––

1860

A Three Weeks Ramble in the Autumn of 1860; 15 articles in the Newcastle Daily Journal, being the diary of travels in the Rhineland, Switzerland and France with Birket Foster

–––

1861

Wayside Jingles by a Pedestrian. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: the Daily Journal office by A. & J.M. Carr

–––

1863

Are Friends' First-Day Schools accomplishing their Object?

–––

1863 Dec 1

'The Balferinhorn', Alpine Journal I.4:188–96

–––

1864

Waifs and Strays. Private circulation

–––

1866

Cricket and Croquet. Printed for North Durham Cricket Club

–––

1867

Industrial Schools. Printed at the Ragged and Industrial Schools, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

–––

1867

Difficulties in Adult Teaching

–––

1867

Speech at Bexley Heath. Printed and distributed by Liberal Association

–––

1868

A Plan for Making the Society more extensively useful as an Educational Institute. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Literary and Philosophical Society

–––

1869

contribution to Galton

–––

1870

Report to the Newcastle School Board of the Committee upon the Compulsory Clauses of the Education Act, 1870

–––

1870

Higher Education in Boroughs. London: Society of Arts

–––

1870

Miracle Plays, with special reference to the Ober-Ammergau Passion Play

–––

1870

The Best Method of providing Higher Education in Boroughs. London: Social Science Association

–––

1871

The Villages around Metz. Reprint from the Journal dept as one of the Commissioners from the Society of Friends to distribute relief to the victims of the Franco-German War. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: J.M. Carr.

–––

1871

Report to Newcastle School Board upon Compulsory Clauses of the Education Act

–––

1874

'How Britain became England', Hexham Courant

–––

1874 Aug

'Teaching and the Church', The Friend NS XIV:243–6, The British Friend XXXII:254–7, 277; also printed as pamphlet

–––

1874

'The Literature of To-day and the Progress of Thought', Sunderland Daily Echo

–––

1875

Caedmon: The first English poet. London: Longmans, Green

–––

1879

The History of English Rule and Policy in South Africa. A lecture delivered to the Newcastle Liberal Association, 30th May, 1879. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: J. Forster. Reprinted 1979, Pretoria, South Africa: State Library

–––

1880

'Miracle Plays', Weekly Chronicle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

–––

1880

'Irish Distress and its Remedies', Tyneside Echo

–––

1880

Presidential Address to the students and others at the opening of the Law Classes of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Incorporated Law Society, 5th Feb., 1880. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Journal office

–––

1880

Wayside Gleanings. Newcastle: printed for private circulation

–––

1880

Little Elfie. Apparently 2nd edition. Poems, printed for private circulation

–––

1880

A Visit to Wazan, the Sacred City of Morocco. London: Macmillan

–––

1881

Irish Land Law Reform. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Tyneside Echo

–––

1881

The Anti-Christian Nature and Tendency of War. Lecture at Leeds, Nov 1881

–––

1882

Some account of the lectures hitherto delivered in connection with the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, together with a suggestion for making them more extensively useful in the future. Newcastle: John Bell

–––

1883

Science and Literature. The opening address to the Durham College of Science (Session 1882–83). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Walter Scott, for private circulation

–––

1884

The Study of Law. An address delivered at the Law Society's rooms to the members of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Law Students' Society, on Monday, October 6th, 1884. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Journal office

–––

1883

The History of the Bye-election for Newcastle upon Tyne

–––

1884 June 20–1

'The Crisis in Morocco', Pall Mall Gazette XXXIX.6016:1–2, XXXIX.6017:4

–––

1884 July

'Wordsworth's Relations to Science', Macmillan's Magazine 50:202–9; also published in Wordsworthiana, a selection from the papers read to the Wordsworth Society, ed. William Knight, 1889: Macmillan

–––

1884

'The Relations of Labour to Higher Education', Northern Leader

–––

1884

Education in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Two lectures given at the Literary and Philosophical Society in that City on 20th and 23rd February, 1884. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Tyne Printing Works

–––

1885

The Domestic Policy of the Liberal Party

–––

1885

The Government and the Soudan. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Tyne Printing Works

–––

1885

An Address to the Members of the Bewick Club, 4th November 1885. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Tyne Printing Works

–––

1886

biographical note on the author, in Joseph Skipsey: Carols from the Coal-fields, etc.

–––

1886

“Boards of arbitration and conciliation, and sliding scales.” A lecture delivered in the Mechanics' Assembly Room, Public Hall, etc. Barnsley: T. & C. Lingard, printers. “Extracted from the Barnsley 'Chronicle' of Saturday, March 20th, 1886.” At head of title “Barnsley and District Chamber of Commerce”

–––

1887 Apr

England's Dealings with Ireland. London: National Liberal Federation

–––

1887

Niccola Pisano. A paper read before the Members of the Bewick Club to inaugurate the Session 1886–87. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Tyne Printing Works

–––

1887

The Proper Limits of Obedience to the Law. Gateshead-on-Tyne: Howe Bros

–––

1888 July

'Indian National Congresses', Contemporary Review LIV:89–104

–––

1888 Dec 8–12

letter, Newcastle Daily Leader

–––

1889

'Russian Bibliography', Russian Freedom

–––

1889

'Progress of our Movement', Russian Freedom

–––

1889

Notes for the Use of the Newcastle Visitors to the Paris Exhibition. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Andrew Dickson

–––

1890

Labour: Past, Present and Future. A Lecture delivered to the Tyneside Sunday Lecture Society, at the Tyne Theatre, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on March 9th, 1890. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Wm L. Large

–––

1890

'The Anti-Christian Nature & Tendency of War' (lecture given at Leeds Nov 1881)

–––

1890 May

'The Friends of Russian Freedom', Westminster Review 133:470–78; also in Pall Mall Gazette and Speaker

–––

1890 May

'The Peaceable Settlement of Labour Disputes', Contemporary Review LVII:730–41

–––

1890 Aug

'The Organization of Unskilled Labour', Contemporary Review LVIII:283–90

–––

1891

'The Recent History of Industrial Progress', Co-operative Societies Annual

–––

1892

The Coming Work of the Liberal Party. Speeches by Dr. Spence Watson, Right Hon. John Morley [ and others] . . . Dec. 9th, 1891. The Eighty Club

–––

1892

'To what is the Renaissance in Western Europe attributable'. Two articles in Vol. I, The Student, the Journal of the Tyneside Students' Association. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Andrew Reid

–––

1892–1893

'Gossip about Songs'. Two articles in Vols I and II, The Student

–––

1893

Home Rule for Ireland: Fear or Hope? Gateshead: Howe Brothers

–––

1893

Notes on a Reply to My Pamphlet: Home Rule for Ireland: Fear or Hope? Gateshead: How Brothers

–––

1893

account of election, Northern Echo

––– 1893 'Dr R. Spence Watson and the Hexham Petition. A Justification'; reprinted from the Newcastle Daily Leader, 3 Feb 1893
––– 1893 introduction to H.M. Thompson's 'Are Russia's Internal Affairs' Any Concern of Ours?', pamphlet by the Society of Friends of Russian Freedom
––– 1893-01-14 'Interview with Dr. Spence Watson upon "Free Russia"', Scottish Leader; reprinted in Free Russia 4.3:21–22, 1893-03-01

–––

1894

'Preface' to Corrie Grant, M.A.: Parish Councillor's Handbook

–––

1894

Introductory remarks upon the Study of the Life and Duties of the Citizen. Gateshead: Howe Brothers

––– 1894-02-01 'What it is Aimed at', Free Russia 5.2:11–12

–––

1894 Apr

'The Nation's Loss', Contemporary Review 65:466–70

–––

1895

Introduction to Stepniak: Nihilism as it is. London: T. Fisher Unwin

–––

1896

National Federation of Sunday Societies. Presidential Address by R. Spence Watson . . . at the Third Annual Congress, Newcastle-on-Tyne, etc. Liverpool: 'Post' and 'Echo' offices

–––

1896 Feb

'Sergius Stepniak', Free Russia VII.2:10–11

–––

1896 July 3

'The War Spirit', The Friend XXXVI:433–4

–––

1896 Nov

'The National Federation of Sunday Societies', Westminster Review 146:498–509

–––

1897

The Foreign and Colonial Policy of Lord Salisbury's Government. Alnwick: Guardian Press

–––

1897

The History of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1793–1896. London: Walter Scott

–––

1897

Speech at Alnwick. Repr. for private circulation from the Alnwick Guardian of 12 Apr 1897

–––

1898

article about Gladstone's death, Contemporary Review

–––

1898, Lent term

'Northumbrian Folk and Speech', 'Northumbrian Faith and Learning', 'Ballads of Northumberland', Ridley and the Reformation', 'Mark Akenside', and 'Northumbrian Art and Song', in Northumbria. Lectures delivered to the Literary and Philosophical Society, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on Newcastle in History, Literature, and Art, by Thomas Hodgkin, Robert Spence Watson, R. Oliver Heslop, and Richard Welford. Newcastle: Lit. and Phil. Society. pp. 25–171

–––

1898 May 27

'William Ewart Gladstone', The Friend XXXVIII:317; obituary

–––

1900

'Hobson's “The War in South Africa”', Present Day Papers 3:115–24 (review)

–––

1900

Friends' Schools and Citizenship. Presidential address delivered at the annual conference of the Friends' Guild of Teachers, held in York, January 10th to 12th, 1900. Reprinted from the Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Jan 1900

–––

1900 July

'The War and After', The British Friend IX:190–2

––– 1900 ‘South Africa and the Russians’, Free Russia, 11.2:13–14

–––

1902 Dec 5

'Dr. Spence Watson on Peace', The Friend XLII:800

–––

n.d. (1902 or later)

From Far and Near; poems

–––

1902 to 1910

letters and speeches, Bootham

––– 1902 May speech: an appreciation of John Bright. Bootham 1.1:18-22
  1902 September address from the chair. Bootham 1.2:92-95

–––

1903

introduction to anon. (Charles Shaw): When I was a Child. By an old Potter. London: Methuen, pp. ix–xv

–––

1904 July-October 'England as the Refuge of the Oppressed', Free Russia, 5.7-9:69-70
––– 1904 Oct Speech to the Annual Meeting of the Financial Reform Association, in Report of the Proceedings of the Annual Meeting . . . October 12th, 1904. Liverpool: Financial Reform Association

–––

1905

'The Condition of Russia', Friends Quarterly Examiner XXXIX:141–149

–––

1905

The Reform of the Land Laws; series of articles, reprinted from the Northern Echo

–––

shortly before 7 July 1905

letter, Daily News

––– n.d. (c. 1905) The Cost of War. London: Peace Society

–––

1905 Oct

letter, Bootham II.5:320–1

––– 1905 ‘A Letter upon the Caucasian Massacres’, Free Russia, 16.11: 110–11

–––

1906

Caedmon as an Interpreter of Scripture to the People of his day. Newcastle Bible Society

––– 1906 Feb 17 'The Aliens Act. Dr. Spence Watson's Suggestion', The Tribune; letter
––– n.d. (1906 or later) Britain's Militarism. London: Peace Society; reprinted from The Advocate of Peace 68.2, February 1906

–––

1906 Apr 27

letter, Daily News

–––

1906 May

'The Education Bill', The British Friend XV:118–9

–––

1906 May 4

'Dr. R. Spence Watson on religious teaching in the elementary schools', The Friend XLVI:295

–––

1906 Sept

speech, Bootham III.2:94–96

–––

1907

The National Liberal Federation, from its commencement to the General Election of 1906 . . . with an introduction by the Right Hon. Augustine Birrell. London: T. Fisher Unwin

––– 1907 June ‘Government by Brute Force’, Free Russia, Jun. 1907 (no volume or part number), pp. 1–3

–––

1907 Oct

speech, Bootham III.5:308–10

––– c. 1908 'Dr. Spence Watson on Liberals and Peers', The Daily News; letter

–––

1908

preface to E.R. Newbigin: War and Trade. Tyneside Branch of the International Arbitration and Peace Association

–––

1908 Feb 20

open letter on arms race (Dreadnoughts)

–––

1908 Mar

'The Naval Estimates', The British Friend XVII:65–6

––– 1908 Apr ‘The Great British Nation Frightened of a Ghost!’, Advocate of Peace, 70.4

–––

1908 Oct

speech, Bootham IV.2:80–91

–––

1909

Joseph Skipsey: his life and work. London: T. Fisher Unwin

––– 1909 June 16 letter, Daily News

–––

1909 Oct

letter & telegram, Bootham IV.5:331 & 332

–––

1909 Oct 29

'War: Its Waste and Immorality', The Friend XLIX:725–7

–––

1910

review of Norman Angell's Europe's Optical Illusion

–––

1910 Oct

letter, Bootham V.2:90–1

–––

1969

Reminiscences of the late Rt Hon. Robert Spence Watson, PC, LLD, DCL, FRGS, 1837–1911. York: for private circulation

–––

n.d.

An Appreciation of John Bright. Printed by York School

–––

n.d.

The Children's Christmas, with Myles Birket Foster. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, privately printed by Andrew Reid & Co.

–––

n.d.

Mr. Gladstone

–––

n.d.

The Politics of the Future

––– n.d. Two Songs Written for Old York Scholars, sheet music
––– n.d. The Life Brigade, sheet music – song by RSW to music by Thomas Haswell

–––, Joseph & (probably) Lucy Watson

1859

Autumn Leaves. Poems. Apart from one initialled RSW, authors are not named. Private circulation

 

Secondary


anon.

1867 July

review of Industrial Schools, The British Friend XXV.2:34

–––

1893

A Reply by a member of the Society of Friends in Ireland to R.S. Watson's pamphlet “Home Rule for Ireland: fear or hope”. Gloucester: J. Bellows

––– 1898 Oct 31 'Northumbrian History', Newcastle Daily Chronicle; review of Northumbria: Lit. and Phil. Lectures, 1898

–––

1901 May 25

'A Political Chieftain', The King

–––

1905 Oct

'The Unveiling of the Portrait of Dr. R. Spence Watson.', Bootham II.5:313–5

–––

1906

report on presentation of D.C.L., Newcastle Chronicle

–––

1906

'A Great Liberal', Tribune

–––

1907

report of Privy Councillorship, Daily News

–––

1907

report of Privy Councillorship, The Nation

–––

1907

report of Privy Councillorship, Newcastle Daily Chronicle

–––

1907

report of Privy Councillorship, Tribune

–––

1907 June 28

report of Privy Councillorship, North Mail

–––

1907 June 28

report of Privy Councillorship, Northern Echo

–––

1908 Oct

'The Right Hon. Dr Robert Spence Watson', Liberal Monthly

–––

1909 Jan 1

review of Joseph Skipsey, The Friend XLIX:5

–––

1911

leader and obituary, Daily News

–––

1911

leader, Manchester Guardian

–––

1911

leader and obituary, Newcastle Daily Chronicle

–––

1911

leader, obituary, and account of funeral, Newcastle Daily Journal

–––

1911

leader, obituary, and account of funeral, North Mail

–––

1911

'Northern Notes. Dr. Spence Watson', Northern Echo

–––

1911

obituary, Northern Echo

–––

1911

obituary, The Times

–––

1911

'Notes of the Day', and anecdotes, Westminster Gazette

–––

1911

obituary, Westminster Gazette

–––

1911

account of funeral, Yorkshire Herald

–––

1911

'A Testimony of Durham Quarterly Meeting to the Power of Divine Grace as shown in the life of Robert Spence Watson, deceased', Extracts from the Minutes and Proceedings of London Yearly Meeting of Friends London: Office of the Society of Friends, pp. 264–6

–––

1911 Mar

obituary, The British Friend XX:85–6

–––

1911 Mar

obituary, Yorkshire Herald

–––

1911 Mar 3

obituary, Yorkshire Post

––– 1911 Mar 3 obituary, Yorkshire Gazette

–––

1911 Mar 10

lead article, The Friend LI:149–50

––– 1911 Mar 11 obituary, The Nation

–––

1912

'Robert Spence Watson', Annual Monitor

–––

1914 Dec 11

review of Corder's Robert Spence Watson, The Friend LIV:899–902

–––

n.d.

review of Joseph Skipsey, Manchester Guardian

–––

n.d.

report of opening of Benwell Library by RSW

–––

n.d.

short article, ?Westminster Gazette

Benwell Community Project

1978

The Making of a Ruling Class. Newcastle

Clark, John Bright

1915 Mar

'Robert Spence Watson', Bootham VII.3:192–8

Clark, Roger

1902 Sept

'Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting', Bootham I.2:91–106

Clark, Theodora E.

1911 Mar 17

'Robert Spence Watson', The Friend LI:165; obituary

Corder, Percy

1911 Apr

'Robert Spence Watson', Friends' Quarterly Examiner XLV:258–268; reprinted as pamphlet

Corder, Percy

1914

The Life of Robert Spence Watson. London: Headley

D., R.M.

1906 Oct 9

'Dr. Spence Watson. Retrospect of a Crowded Life', Tribune

Graham, J.W.

1911

obituary, Manchester Guardian

Grant, R.

1970 Nov

'The Society of Friends of Russian Freedom (1890–1917) – a Case Study in Internationalism', Journal of the Scottish Labour History Society 3:3–24

Grant, Ron 1984 British radicals and socialists and their attitudes to Russia, c.1890-1917. PhD thesis

G., M.S.

1911

'Dr. Spence Watson. A Personal Recollection', Manchester Guardian

Green, J.F. 1911 July 'Robert Spence Watson', Free Russia

Gretton, Mary Sturge

1951

Re-Cognitions. Oxford: Hall

H. 1914 Dec 15 'A Great Liberal', Manchester Guardian; review of Corder's Robert Spence Watson

H., R.A.

1911 Mar

'Notes and Figures. Dr Spence Watson' (obituary), The Liberal Magazine p. 87

Hamer, D.A.

1972

Liberal Politics in the Age of Gladstone and Rosebery: A Study in Leadership and Policy. Oxford

Hewison, Hope Hay

1989

Hedge of Wild Almonds. London

Hodgkin, Dr Thomas

1897 Jan 15

review of The History of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

–––

1911 May

'Our Debt to Dr. Spence Watson', Bootham V.4:291–3; signed 'T.E.H.'

–––

1911 Nov

address, Bootham V.5:363–70

Hollingsworth, B.

1970

'The Society of Friends of Russian Freedom: English Liberals and Russian Socialists, 1890–1917', Oxford Slavonic Papers NS iii:45–64

Ito, Kota 2006 Dec 'The Making of the Civic Community—Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1850–1900', University of Leicester PhD thesis

Marriott, Dan

2002

'Robert Spence Watson. A Pioneer of Education in the North', unpublished MA dissertation, University of Durham

Mennell, Henry Tuke

1911 May

'Robert Spence Watson', Bootham V.4:276–90

–––

1911 Nov

address, Bootham V.5:370–3

Merz, John Theodore

1922

Reminiscences of John Theodore Merz. London: Blackwood [privately printed]

Pares, B.

1931

My Russian Memoirs

Pollard, Francis E.

1911 May

'Robert Spence Watson', Bootham V.4:259–75

Richardson, John Wigham

1877

Memoir of Anna Deborah Richardson. Newcastle

Saunders, David

1980

'Stepniak and the London Emigration. Letters to Robert Spence Watson 1887–1890', Oxford Slavonic Pepers NS xiii:80–93

–––

1985

'Tyneside and the Making of the Russian Revolution', Northern History XXI:259–84

––– 2017 'Challenge, Decline and Revival: The Fortunes of Pacifism in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Newcastle', Northern History, DOI: 10.1080/0078172X.2017.1309755

Sessions, William K.

1991

They Chose the Star. 2nd edition, York: Sessions

Slatter, John

1983 Mar

'Stepniak and the Friends of Russia', Immigrants & Minorities 2.1:33–49

Stepnyak-Kravchinsky, S.M., ed. M. Ermesheva

1968

V Londonskoi emigratsii, Moscow (letters from RSW to Stepniak)

Volkhovsky, F. & J.F. Green

1911 July

'Robert Spence Watson', Free Russia 1–3

Waitt, E.I.

1972 Oct

'John Morley, Joseph Cowen and Robert Spence Watson. Liberal Divisions in Newcastle Politics, 1873–1895.' unpub. Ph.D. thesis, Manchester University

Waitt, Ian

1973 Jan

'Robert Spence Watson – Lion of the North and one of Tyneside's greatest men', North Magazine 19:26–7

Walton, Clarence R.

1940

'A Maker of Statesmen', in Gateshead Memories and Portraits. Gateshead: Northumberland Press. Ch. I:9–18

Watson, Aaron

1909 Mar

'Modern Influences XLI: The Right Hon. Robert Spence Watson', The Millgate Monthly IV.I.42:336–42

Westlake, Richard E.

1911 Mar 17

'Dr. R. Spence Watson', The Friend LI:177; letter

 



Joseph Watson: Bibliography

Primary


unsigned

1859

'They're a' on hie thegither', 'Lynthorp', 'The cypress and the yew', 'Song'; poems, in anon.: Autumn Leaves

W., J.

1833

'The Angel of the Pestilence' [poem], and 'The Bride. A Sketch', in Aurora Borealis 73–84, 252–273

–––

1834

'The Slave-Dowry', in The Bow in the Cloud, or the Negro's Memorial. London: Jackson & Walford, pp. 28–31; poem. Repr. in anon.: Autumn Leaves: 50–52

Watson, Joseph

(1840)

'The Legend of the Lambton Worm', Tait's Edinburgh Magazine Vol. 7 N.S.: 446–499

–––

1843 Mar

'Gallert', signed W. Tait's Edinburgh Magazine Vol. 14 O.S., 10 N.S.

–––

1843-10-17

letter, The British Friend

–––

1843-11-08

letter, The British Friend

–––

1869

'Rothbury, – September, 1869'; publications details n/k; poem. Repr. in A Newcastle Fisher's Garland, 1887-12-25

–––

1877

The Wonderful Tradition of the Lambton Worm [in verse]

–––

n.d.

frequent contributions, including 'An Address to St. Nicholas Steeple', Newcastle Magazine

–––

n.d.

several literary productions, Newcastle Daily Chronicle

–––

n.d.

contribution to The Bow in the Cloud

 

Secondary


Watson, Robert Spence

1897

History of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1793–1896), London: Walter Scott

–––

1899

'Joseph Watson', in John William Steel's A Historical Sketch of the Society of Friends 'in Scorn called Quakers' in Newcastle & Gateshead 1653–1898. London & Newcastle: Headley Bros. pp. 169–172

 


Elizabeth Spence Watson: Bibliography

Primary


Watson, Elizabeth Spence 1876 'Levi Coffin', [Newcastle] Chronicle

–––

1881 Nov

article on the liquor laws of Norway, North of England Household Magazine

–––

1887

A summary of the reforms passed since 1832: a paper read before the Women's Liberal Association, Newcastle upon Tyne on the 17th March 1887. Gateshead: Howe Brothers

–––

n.d., c. 1893

The wreck of the Victoria Man o' War, June 1893. London: Friends Tracts no 203

–––

1893 July 3

letter, The Northern Echo

–––

1893 Nov 2

letter, The Northern Echo

–––

1895 Jan 3

'The Peace Question', The Newcastle Daily Leader; letter

––– 1896 Oct 8 'South-West Donegal', Westminster Gazette
––– 1896 Oct 15 letter, 'The Workhouse “Christmas Beer”', The Woman's Signal

–––

1899

'The “Askesian” and '“Literary Society”', in John William Steel, A Historical Sketch of the Society of Friends “in scorn called Quakers” in Newcastle & Gateshead 1653–1898. London & Newcastle: Headley Bros

–––

1899 June 17

letter, Newcastle Chronicle

–––

1901 July 13

review of William Jones's Quaker campaigns in peace and war, The Speaker 408–9

–––

1902 Aug 27

'Military training for boys', Newcastle Daily Leader; letter

–––

1903 Mar 6

'Friends and Military Service', The Friend XLIII:156–7; letter

–––

1907 Feb 1

letter, Newcastle Daily Leader

–––

1909 Oct 8

'The Boy Scouting Movement', The Friend XLIX:680; letter

–––

1910 May 20

'Women's Suffrage Conference', The Friend XLX:330; letter

–––

1912

'Newcastle-upon-Tyne Women's Liberal Association 1886–1911', Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Central) Women's Liberal Association. Report for Year ending 31st October, 1911. Newcastle; pp. 7–12

––– c. 1912 June 17 'A Contrast', Northern Echo; letter

–––

1913 Aug 8

'Hobart School and Hobart', The Friend LIII:524–5; letter

–––

1913 Nov

letter, Bootham VI.5:343

––– 1914 Feb 'The War. The Quaker Attitude Towards It'; unidentified newspaper
––– 1914 Nov 17 'The Police and Soldiers' Wives', The Daily News; letter
––– c. 1915 Jan 22 'Quakers and War'; probably Newcastle Daily Chronicle; letter
––– 1915 Jan–Feb 'Non-resistance and the War. Some Thoughts on “Saints” and “Backsliders”', Concord; letter

–––

1916 Mar 17

review of Wilson's The Last Weapon, The Friend LVI:162

––– 1917 Feb 6 letter, Manchester Guardian
––– c. 1917 Feb 19 'Folly of Conscription', Northern Echo; letter
––– 1917 Mar 'Edward Backhouse, Peace Negotiation Candidate', The Stockton Elector; letter

–––

1917 July

'A Pioneer of Peace in Australia', Friends' Quarterly Examiner LI.203:373–82

––– 1918 Apr letter, Keighley Elector

Secondary


anon.

1919 Feb 15

obituary, Northern Echo

–––

1919

Elizabeth Spence Watson, 1839–1919

–––

1919–20

'Elizabeth Spence Watson', Annual Monitor 286–96

Corder, Herbert

1919

Elizabeth Spence Watson. Sunderland

Corder, Percy

1914

The Life of Robert Spence Watson. London: Headley

Craven, Ann

2004

'Elizabeth Spence Watson: a Quaker working for peace and women's suffrage in nineteenth century Newcastle and Gateshead', MA dissertation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

––– 2016 'The Genteel Militant: Elizabeth Spence Watson's Work for Women's Suffrage and Peace', North East History, Volume 47

Ede, W. Moore

1919 Mar 7

obituary, The Friend 60:133–4

Mawson, E. Cameron 1919 Feb 16 'Mrs. Spence Watson', Northern Echo; letter

Merz, John Theodore

1922

Reminiscences of John Theodore Merz. London: Blackwood

Richardson, John Wigham

1877

Memoir of Anna Deborah Richardson. Newcastle

–––

 

Memoirs

Watson, Robert Spence

1969

Reminiscences of the late Rt Hon. Robert Spence Watson, PC, LLD, DCL, FRGS, 1837–1911

 



John Wigham, jr: Bibliography

Primary


Wigham, John 1832 Letter to the citizens of Edinburgh, on the expediency of establishing a house of refuge for juvenile defenders. Edinburgh.

–––

1835

More voluntary mistatements. Negro slavery. to J.W., etc. Signed Veritas praevalebit. Edinburgh (Edinburgh U. Library, Cameron Coll., C.R.13.4.28/8

–––

1851

Begin. To J. Shank More, Esqr . . . . My dear Friend. The sympathy thou has expressed in my views connected with Juvenile Delinquents, and their treatment, has induced me to address thee more fully on the subject, etc. Edinburgh [in British Library]


Secondary


anon.

1862 Apr 30

obituary, The Scotsman

–––

1863

'John Wigham', Annual Monitor

Richardson, John Wigham

1877

Memoir of Anna Deborah Richardson. Newcastle

–––

1911

Memoirs of John Wigham Richardson. Glasgow

 


John Wigham, sr: Bibliography

Primary


Wigham, John

1814

An Address to Children. London: Tract Association of the Society of Friends

–––

1815

An Address to Children. 2nd edition, York

–––

1815

Christian Instruction in a discourse as between a mother and her daughter. London

–––

1842

Memoirs of the Life, Gospel Labours and Religious Experience of John Wigham, chiefly written by himself, to which are added some concluding remarks by his son Anthony Wigham. London: Harvey & Darton


Secondary

anon.

1840

'John Wigham', Annual Monitor


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