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Josiah Warren and Equitable Commerce: A Bibliography

Josiah Warren and Equitable Commerce: A Bibliography

[A regularly updated version of this bibliography is available
in the Libertarian Labyrinth archive.]

[1821.01] "Weekly Summary," The Plough Boy, and Journal of the Board of Agriculture, 2, 52 (May 26, 1821), 415.
Josiah Warren, "Explanation of the Design and Arrangements of the Cooperative Magazine which has Recently Been Commenced, Western Tiller, 8 communications from June 1 to July 27, 1827, signed "A Late Member of New Harmony." [Also appears as "To Friends of the Social System. [CINCI]
Philanthropos, "Time-Magazine," Saturday Evening Chronicle
---, ---," New Harmony Gazette, Dec. 26, 1827. Vol. 3, No. 12, p. 94.
Josiah Warren, "A Letter from Josiah Warren," Mechanics Free Press (May 10, 1828), 2. [CINCI]
J. W., [letter on Robert Owen], The March of Mind, 1828. [CINCI]
J. W., "From 'The March of Mind'," New Harmony Gazette (Sep 10, 1828, p. 365) [reprint of article above]
Josiah Warren, "Time System for Labor Exchange," Western Tiller (5 articles) ­ Sept/Oct 1828. [CINCI]
[1830.01] Josiah Warren, Reduction in the Cost of Printing Apparatus, Cincinnati: Warren, Josiah, firm, 1830 [broadside. 34 x 11 cm.]
[1830.02] ---, ---, The Free Enquirer, 2, 20 (March 13, 1830), 157.
J. W., "To the Friends of the Equal Exchange of Labor in the West," Free Enquirer, 2 (July 17, 1830), 301-2.
J. W., "Improvement in the Machinery of Law," The Free Enquirer, 2, 38 (July 17, 1830), 300. [Josiah Warren?]
"Equal Exchange of Labor," New York Sentinel and Working Man's Advocate, 1, 44 (July 17, 1830), 1.
---. The Free Enquirer, 2, 39 (July 17, 1830), 308.
"A Working Man," [on equal exchange of labor], New York Sentinel and Working Man's Advocate, 1, 51 (August, 11, 1830), 1. [note: compare with next item]
E. C. [communication], The Free Enquirer, 2, 42 (August 14, 1830), 332.
J. W., "Reply to E. C.," Free Enquirer, 2, 42 (Aug 14, 1830), 332.
J. W., "Social Experiment," Free Enquirer, 3, 18 (February 16, 1831), 137.
Workingman's Advocate: Warren listed as agent:
Apr 28, 1832-May 25, 1833: Cincinnati (w/ James Underwood)
June 1, 1833-Sep 12, 1835: Tuscarawas
[1833.1] Josiah Warren, ed., Peaceful revolutionist, Cincinnati, Ohio: Peaceful revolutionist, 1833-1848 [Monthly; Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1833)-v. 1, no. 4 (Apr. 5, 1833); v. 2, no. 1 (May 1848).] [partial contents]
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1833)
  • Vol. 1, no. 2 (Feb. 5, 1833)
  • Vol. 1, no. 3
  • Vol. 1, no. 4 (Apr. 5, 1833)
  • Vol. 2, no. 1 (May 1848) [Indiana Historical Society]
  • ?, ? "A Brief Outline of Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 21, 52 (April 28, 1852), 4. [note: from The Peaceful Revolutionist]
J. W., "Written on Hearing of the Death of Camilla Wright," Free Enquirer, 5, 18 (February 23, 1833), 144. [poem]
[1833.03] "State Of Things in 1833," Reformer and Christian, 13, 3 (Apr 1833), 34.
[1836.1] Josiah Warren, Introduction to a new printing apparatus, adapted to the wants and capacities of private citizens. Trenton, Tuscarawas County, Ohio : Josiah Warren, 1836.
[1841.1] Josiah Warren, Manifesto, New Harmony, Ind.: J. Warren, 1841.
Josiah Warren, Herald of Equity, Cincinnati – 1841
Labor Prices broadside – 1842
Gazette of Equitable Commerce, vol. 1 no. 2, dated New Harmony September 1842, 8 pp.. Pretty familiar stuff on the Time Store, EC etc.
[1843.1] Josiah Warren, A new system of notation: intended to promote the more general cultivation & more just performance of music, New Harmony, Ind.] : Warren, 1843.
[1844] Josiah Warren, Letter on equitable commerce, New Harmony, Ind. : Warren's Amateur Print., 1844. [16p. Caption title and some of text in letter press; remainder of text in engraving or stereotyping to reproduce Warren's handwriting./ Letter, addressed to G. Soward, Hopedale, Milford, Mass., dated New Harmony, Ia., Feb. 1844. Imprint, Warren's Amateur Print., at end of text. Ind. Hist. soc.]
A Collection of the Most Popular Church Music Written Upon Geometric or Scientific Principles (New Harmony), 1844.
1845-6: contributions to the Indiana Statesman, New Harmony (Feb 1 1845; March 7 1846); and a series of engravings: July 4; Aug 16; Oct 11; Dec 27 1845; Jan 31; Feb 14, 1846.
[1846.1] Josiah Warren, Equitable commerce: a new development of principles, as substitutes for laws and governments. Proposed as elements of new society. New Harmony, Ind., 1846. [OLINK]
[1846.2] "A New System of Notation," American Journal of Music and Musical Visitor, 4, 19 (Feb 16, 1846), 47.
Josiah Warren, "Improvement in Compositions for Stereotype-Plates," US Patent #4479, April 25, 1849.
[1846.4] "A List of Patents Issued from the 14th March to 11th April, 1846," Scientific American, 1, 49 (August 27), 1846, 1. ["To Josiah Warren, of New Harmony, Ind., for improvement in composition of stereotype-plates: patented 25th April."]
[1847.1] John Pickering, The working man's political economy: founded upon the principle of immutable justice and the inalienable rights of man; designed for the promotor of national reform. Cincinnati : Stereotyped in Warren's new patent method by Thomas Varney, 1847. [OLINK]
[1849] Josiah Warren, Equitable commerce : a new development of principles, for the harmoneous adjustment and regulation of the pecuniary, intellectual, and moral intercourse of mankind : proposed as elements of new society. Second edition. Utopia, Ohio : Published by Amos E. Senter, 1849. [GOOGLE]
"Lecture by Josiah Warren," Boston Investigator, 18, 37 (January 17, 1849), 3.
"The People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 37 (January 17, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 38 (January 24, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 39 (January 31, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 40 (February 7, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 41 (February 14, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 42 (February 21, 1849), 3.
"Mr. Warren's Lecture," Boston Investigator, 18, 38 (January 24, 1849), 3.
[notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 39 (January 24, 1849), 3.
[notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 40 (February 7, 1849), 3.
[notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 41 (February 14, 1849), 3.
[notice], Boston Investigator, 18, 42 (February 21, 1849), 3.
"People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 43 (February 28, 1849), 3.
"The People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 43 (February 28, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 46 (March 21, 1849), 3.
"People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 44 (March 7, 1849), 3.
"Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 18, 44 (March 7, 1849), 3.
"The People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 44 (March 7, 1849), 3.
[advertisement], Boston Investigator, 18, 44 (March 7, 1849), 3.
---, Boston Investigator, 18, 45 (March 14, 1849), 3.
"People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 45 (March 14, 1849), 3.
"People's Sunday Meeting," Boston Investigator, 18, 46 (March 21, 1849), 3.
"Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 18, 49 (April 11, 1849), 3.
"Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 19, 2 (May 16, 1849), 2.
[notice], Pittsburgh (Pa.,) National Reformer, May?, 1849. [reprinted in next entry]
[notice], Boston Investigator, 19, 2 (May 16, 1849), 2.
"Equitable Commerce," The Literary Union; a Journal of Progress, in Literature and Education, Religion, 1, 14 (July 7, 1849), 218. [This contains the same extract as Boston Investigator, May 16, 1849, above.]
"Josiah Warren—and 'R. H.'," Boston Investigator, 19, 12 (July 25, 1849), 2.
"Letter from Josiah Warren," Boston Investigator, 19, 21 (September 25, 1849), 3.
[notice], Boston Investigator, 19, 21 (September 25, 1849), 3.
S. P. Andrews, "Phonotypy and Phonography, or Speech-Printing and Speech-Writing," Boston Investigator, 19, 22 (October 3, 1849), 4.
Josiah Warren, "Equitable Commerce. No. II," Boston Investigator, 19, 23 (October 10, 1849), ??.
Josiah Warren, "Equitable Commerce. No. III. What Constitutes the Just Reward of Labor?," Boston Investigator, 19, ?? (October ??, 1849), ??.
Worker, "A few Words about 'What Constitutes the Just Reward of Labor'," Boston Investigator, 19, 28 (November 14, 1849), 1.
Josiah Warren, "Equitable Commerce. No. IV," Boston Investigator, 19, 29 (November 21, 1849), 2.
List of New Publications Received, The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, 9 (December 1849), 158. [Equitable commerce]
M. P. S., "A Letter from Utopia," Boston Investigator, 19, 52 (May 1, 1850), 3.
"Improvement in Printing," Scientific American, 5, 40 (Jun 22, 1850), 316.
[1851.1] "Literary," The Independent, 3, 111 (January 16, 1851), 16.
[1851.2] Stephen Pearl Andrews, "Equitable commerce. Cost, the scientific limit of price," The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, 24, 3 (March 1851), 332.
"To Reformers," Liberator, 21, 37 (September 12, 1851), 147. [advertisement for Science of Society]
---, Liberator, 21, 38 (September 19, 1851), 151.
---, Liberator, 21, 41 (October 10, 1851), 163.
"New Principles of Reform," American Phrenological Journal, 13, 6 (June 1851), 137.
[1852] Josiah Warren and Stephen Pearl Andrews, Equitable Commerce: A New Development Of Principles As Substitutes For Laws And Governments Proposed As Elements Of New Society, New York : Fowlers and Wells, 1852. [pdf]
[1852] Josiah Warren, Practical Details In Equitable Commerce: Showing the Workings, in Actual Experiment, During a Series of Years, of the Social Principles Expounded in the Works Called "Equitable Commerce," by the author of this, and "The Science Of Society, " by Stephen P. Andrews. Volume 1, New York : Fowler and Wells, 1852.
---, ---, New York : Fowler and Wells, 1854. [Labadie Collection]
Peter I. Blacker, "Equitable Villages," The Commonweal, ??, 1852.
Peter I. Blacker, "Equitable Villages," Boston Investigator, 21, 38 (January 21, 1852), 4. [note: from The Commonweal]
Josiah Warren, "A Brief Outline of Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 21, 52 (April 28, 1852), 4. [note: from The Peaceful Revolutionist]
"'Modern Times'—A New City," Boston Investigator, 22, 9 (June 30, 1852), 4. [note: from The New York Sunday Times]
G., "Communism the Only Alternative," The Circular, 1, 39 (August 4, 1852), 154.
"Publications," The Massachusetts Teacher, 5, 10 (October 1852), 319.
Peter I. Blacker, "American Socialism," Boston Investigator, 22, 25 (October 20, 1852), 1.
Peter I. Blacker, "An Outline of Equitable Commerce," Boston Investigator, 22, 36 (January 5, 1853), 1.
["card" relating to Modern Times], New York Tribune, April 4, 1853. [See next entry]
[notice], The Circular, 2, 41 (April 6, 1853), 162.
Edward F. Underhill, "Cost the Limit of Price," Liberator, 23, 41 (October 14, 1853), 164.
Peter I. Blacker, "The Golden Rule," Boston Investigator, 23, 26 (October 26, 1853), 3.
???? 23, 14 (August 3, 1853), 2.
"To Correspondents," "J. T.," Texas.—A letter addressed to Mr. Warren at Modern Times, L. I., Thompson's Station, N. Y., would be sure to reach him.
Positions Defined. Village of Modern Times (leaflet), 1854.
"As Usual!" Boston Investigator, 23, 41 (February 8, 1854), 2.
Josiah Warren, "Explanation," Boston Investigator, 23, 43 (February 22, 1854), 2.
"Paine Celebration at Modern Times, N. Y.," Boston Investigator, 23, 45 (March 8, 1854), 1.
Josiah Warren, Periodical letter on the principles and progress of the equity movement, Thompson P.O., Long Island, N.Y. : Josiah Warren, 1854-?
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1854)
  • Vol. 1, no. 2
  • Vol. 1, no. 3
  • Vol. 1, no. 4
  • Vol. 1, no. 5
  • Vol. 1, no. 6
  • Vol. 1, no. 7
  • Vol. 1, no. 8 (March, 1855)
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Boston, Mass., September, 1856) ["Our institutions, like all others...]
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 2 [Hollis, Harvard]
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 3 (1856:Dec.) [Wisc. Hist.]
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 4
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 5
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 6 (Sept.1857) [Hollis, Harvard] [Showing the Practical Applications of the Principles of "Equity."]
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 7
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 8
  • 2nd series, Vol. 1, No. 9
  • pt. 3, no. 1 (1873)
Peter I. Blacker, "Individualism Versus Institutionalism," Boston Investigator, 24, 16 (August 16, 1854), 2.
[1855] Equitable Commerce, Boston : s.n., 1855. [ Signed, author of "Equitable Commerce."--P. 4./ Caption title./ Account of New Harmony under Robert Owen and a castigation of Equitable Commerce, issued by the New England Association of Boston, 1855./ Reproduction: Photostat.]
Equitable commerce, a proposal for the abolition of trade by the substitution of equitable exchange, in a series of papers communicated from the spirit-life, Boston, New England Association of Philanthropic Commercialists, 1855. [36p.]
Peter I. Blacker, "The Government Mania," Boston Investigator, 25, 1 (May 2, 1855), 2.
Peter I. Blacker, "Submission to the Will of the Majority," Boston Investigator, 25, 9 (June 27, 1855), 2.
Peter I. Blacker, "Secret Societies," Boston Investigator, 25, 10 (July 4, 1855), 1.
Common Sense, "The Sovereignty of the Individual," Boston Investigator, 25, 17 (August 22, 1855), 2.
"Equitable Commerce," Liberator, 25, 37 (September 14, 1855), 146.
John Orvis, "Equitable Commerce Association," Liberator, 25, 38 (September 21, 1855), 150.
John Orvis, " Equitable Commerce," Liberator, 25, 39 (September 28, 1855), 154.
"Free Love," The United States Magazine of Science, Art, Manufactures, Agriculture, Commerce and Trade, 22, 6 (November 1855), 204.
William Pare, Equitable Commerce as Practised in the equity villages of the United States of North America: a paper read before the Statistical Section of the British Association at Glasgow, September, 1855, [London] : printed by Harrison and Sons, 1856.
"To Correspondents," Boston Investigator, 25, 48 (March 26, 1856), 3.
"Slavery and Freedom," Southern Quarterly Review, 1, 1 (April 1856), 62.
William Pare, "Equitable Villages in America," Journal of the Statistical Society of London, Vol. 19, No. 2. (Jun., 1856), pp. 127-143.
Peter I. Blacker, "The Perpetuity of the Union," Boston Investigator, 26, 9 (July 25, 1856), 2.
A. C., "Social Reform Movements," Boston Investigator, 1857
"Commerce Tract," [Dual Commerce Association], Boston, July, 1858. [12 pages. Noted in 1859.1.]
[notices of Dual Commerce Association in Boston papers, including Boston Herald, September-October, 1858; store established in basement of Hotel Pelham, under management of T. J. Lewis.]
[1859.1] Dual Commerce Association. The Dual Commerce Association: its Experience, Results, Plans & Prospectus : First Report. Boston, Mass.: Dual Commerce Association, Jan. 1, 1859.
"Dual Commerce Association," The Circular, 8, 4 (February 17, 1859), 4.
"The Unitary Home," The Circular, 8, 12 (April 14, 1859), 4.
[1860] Josiah Warren, Written music remodeled, and invested with the simplicity of an exact science, Boston : J.P. Jewett, 1860.
[1861] Josiah Warren; A. C. Cuddon, The principle of equivalents: a subject of immediate and serious interest to both sexes and all classes of all nations, [Long Island, N.Y.? : Josiah Warren? ; London? : A.C. Cuddon?], 1861 [16 p.]
Josiah Warren, Modern Education. Long Island, NY, 1861. leaflet (2 pp.) dated December, 1861.
Josiah Warren, Modern Government and Its True Mission, a Few Words for the American Crisis. n.p., 1862. signed "A Counsellor," March, 1862.
[1863] Josiah Warren, True civilization an immediate necessity, and the last ground of hope for mankind: being the results and conclusions of thirty-nine years' laborious study and experiments in civilization as it is, and in different enterprises for reconstruction, Boston : J. Warren, 1863.
Josiah Warren, The Emancipation of Labor. Boston, 1864
Josiah Warren, "A Letter to Louis Kossuth," Boston Investigator, 33, 41 (Feb. 17, 1864).
[1865] The Principle of Equivalents. The Most Disagreeable Labor Entitled to the Highest Compensation, n.p., 1865.
Moncure D. Conway, "Modern Times, New York," Littell's Living Age, 30, 1106 (Aug 12, 1865), 244.
[1867] Josiah Warren, ed., The quarterly letter : devoted mainly to showing the practical applications and progress of "equity." Cliftondale, Mass.: Josiah Warren, 1867-
[1869.1] Josiah Warren, The former title of this work was "Equitable Commerce", but it is now ranked as the first part of True Civilization: a subject of vital and serious interest to all people; but most immediately to the men and women of labor and sorrow ... Part 1, Clintondale, Mass., The Author, 1869 4th edition [of Equitable Commerce]
[1869.2] "New England Labor Reform Convention," The Revolution, 3, 3 (January 21, 1869), 1.
[1869.3] Josiah Warren, "Woman and the Money Question," The Revolution, 4, ??
(July ??. 1869), 29.
[1869.2] Truth, "Cause and Effect," The Revolution, 4, 4 (July 29, 1869), 52.
[1869.3] "Labor for Labor," The Revolution, 4, 5 (August 5, 1869), 71.
[1869.2] Josiah Warren, "Superficialities," The Revolution, 4, 6 (August 12, 1869), 83.
[1871.1] E. D. Linton, Political platform for the coming party, Boston : [s.n.], 1871. [10p]
[1871.2] Josiah Warren, Response to the call of the National Labor Union for essays on the following subjects : 1. The specie basis fallacy : 2. Strikes : 3. Co-operation : [etc.] / Boston : [s.n.], 1871. [8p]
Controversy w/Andrews in Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly. July-Sep., 1871
Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, September 9, 1871
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 14 (February 17, 1872), 6.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article II," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 15 (February 24, 1872), 7.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article III," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 16 (March 2, 1872), 6.
Josiah Warren, Letter to The American Workman (March 2, 1872).
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article IV," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 17 (March 16, 1872), 5.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article V," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 22 (April 13, 1872), 4.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article VI," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 23 (April 20, 1872), 5. [listed as "IV"]
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article VII," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, IV, 23 (April 27, 1872), 4.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article VIII," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 2 (May 25, 1872), 14.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article IX," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 5 (June 15, 1872), 3.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article X," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 19 (April 12, 1873), 3.
Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To—Article XI," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, V, 21 (April 26, 1873), 3.
[1873] Josiah Warren, Practical applications of the elementary principles of true civilization to the minute details of every day life : and the facts and conclusions of forty seven years study and experiments in reform movements through Communism to and in elementary principles, Princeton, Mass. : J. Warren, 1873. [NWRD]
Josiah Warren, Letter to E. H. Heywood. Princeton, MA, 1873.
Josiah Warren, Money: The Defects of Money Are the "Roots of All Evil." Charlestown, MA, 1873.
Josiah Warren, "A Few Words to the Pioneers," The Word, (Princeton Mass., July; followed by a series of articles in subsequent issues.
Josiah Warren, "The Cost Principle." Index, 4 (Dec. 11, 1873), pp. 504-5.
Josiah Warren, "Josiah Warren's Last Letter." Index, 5 (Apr. 30, 1874), pp. 207-8.
Josiah Warren, "Labor the Only Ground of Price." Index, 5 (May 28, 1874), pp. 260-1.
letters from E.G. Cubberly in The Word, III (May, 1874), 3; (September, 1874), 3; (June, 1875). 3.
[1875] Josiah Warren; Stephen Pearl Andrews, True civilization; a subject of vital and serious interest to all people; but most immediately to the men and women of labor and sorrow, Princeton, Mass., B.R. Tucker, 1875 5th ed. [of equitable commerce]
J. H. Cook, "Way-Marks," The American Socialist, 3, 31 (August 1, 1878), 246
[1938] Stephen Pearl Andrews, Josiah Warren, The sovereignty of the individual, Berkeley Heights, N.J. : Freeman Press, 1938
[1952] Josiah Warren, Manifesto (a rare and interesting document), Berkeley Heights, N.J., Published & printed by the Oriole Press, 1952

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