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ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 30, 2015

CONTENTS

Articles

Magna Carta in the Age of Revolution, H T Dickinson, 1-67

‘The principles of reason, morality and religion, applied to the concerns of large communities’: Major John Cartwright and the intellectual roots of radical reform in late eighteenth-century Britain, George Owers, 68-98

Review Article

Benjamin Franklin, the ends of Empire, and the American Revolution, Mark Spencer, 99-109

Reviews

Pamela Clemit ed., The Letters of William Godwin: Volume II: 1798-1805, H T Dickinson, 110-12

Leslie Ellen Brown, Artful Virtue: The Interplay of the Beautiful and the Good, in the Scottish Enlightenment, Peter Jones, 113-16

Gina Luria Walker ed., Female Biography; Or, Memoirs of Illustrious and Celebrated Women, of All Ages and Countries, Jenny Macauley, 116-22

Martin Priestman, The Poetry of Erasmus Darwin: Enlightened Spaces, Romantic Times, K E Smith, 122-26

Mike Hill and Warren Montag, The Other Adam Smith, Mark Spencer, 126-29

Received

Ellen Spolsky, The Contracts of Fiction: Cognition, Culture, Community, 129

Notice

An insight into the Enlightenment in Spain, Lioba Simon-Schuhmacher, 130-35

Documents

A Previously Unpublished Letter from Thomas Belsham to Samuel Fawcett, 21 April 1791, Tony Rail, 136-49

 

EDlogoENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 29, 2014

CONTENTS

Articles

Lesser British Jacobin and Anti-Jacobin Writers
during the French Revolution, H T Dickinson, 1-41

Concepts of modesty and humility: the eighteenth-century
British discourses, William Stafford, 42-78

The Invention of Female Biography Gina Luria Walker, 79-136

Reviews

Scott Mandelbrote and Michael Ledger-Lomas eds., Dissent and the Bible in Britain, c. 1650-1950, David Bebbington, 137-40

W A Speck, A Political Biography of Thomas Paine, H T Dickinson, 140-43

H B Nisbet, Gottfried Ephraim Lessing: His Life, Works & Thought, J C Lees, 143-47

Lisa Curtis-Wendlandt, Paul Gibbard and Karen Green eds., Political Ideas of Enlightenment Women, Emma Macleod, 147-50

Jon Parkin and Timothy Stanton eds., Natural Law and Toleration in the Early Enlightenment, Alan P F Sell, 150-54

Alan P F Sell, The Theological Education of the Ministry: Soundings in the British Reformed and Dissenting Traditions, Leonard Smith, 155-57

David Sekers, A Lady of Cotton. Hannah Greg, Mistress of Quarry Bank Mill, Ruth Watts, 158-61

Short Notice

William Godwin. An Enquiry Concerning Political Justice ed. with intro. Mark Philp, Martin Fitzpatrick, 161-62

Documents

The Diary of Hannah Lightbody: errata and addenda, David Sekers, 163-67

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 28, 2012

CONTENTS

Editorial, v

In Memoriam: Emeritus Professor R K Webb, Anthony Page, vi-viii

Articles

‘The right of private judgement, with the care of public safety’: the Church of England’s perceptions of Protestant Dissent in the later eighteenth Century, G M Ditchfield, 1-23

Richard Price on patriotism and universal benevolence, Rémy Duthille, 24-41

Enlightenment, Dissent and toleration, Martin Fitzpatrick, 42-72

Preaching to the unconverted: rationality and repression in the 1790s, Mark Philp, 73-88

Separatists and Dissenters amidst the arguments for and against toleration: some soundings, 1550-1689, Alan P F Sell, 89-118

The influence of Rousseau on Paine’s political thought, Carine Lounissi, 119-149

William Priestley vindicated, with a previously unpublished letter, Tony Rail, 150-195

Review Articles

Sensible Britons and the American Revolution, Anthony Page, 196-220

Philosophy and religion in Enlightenment Britain, Alan P F Sell, 221-234

Reviews

Nadine Bérenguier, Conduct books for girls in Enlightenment France, Arianne Chernock, 235-237

Mark Curran, Atheism, religion and Enlightenment in pre-revolutionary Europe, J C Lees, 238-240

G M Ditchfield, The letters of Theophilus Lindsey (1723-1808), vol 2, 1789-1808, Anthony Page, 240-244

James Dybikowski, The correspondence of Anthony Collins (1676-1729), freethinker, Jacopo Agnesina, 244-248

Jonathan I Israel, Democratic Enlightenment: philosophy, revolution, and human rights, John Gascoigne, 248-254

Kristian Jensen, Revolution and the antiquarian book: reshaping the past, 1780-1815, Mark Towsey, 254-257

Paul F Rice, British music and the French Revolution and Audio CD, Great Britain Triumphant, Mark Philp, 258-260

Alan P F Sell, Philosophy, history, and theology: selected reviews 1975-2011, Louise Hickman, 261-262

Nathaniel Wolloch, History and nature in the enlightenment praise of the mastery of nature in eighteenth-century historical literature, K E Smith, 263-266

Books Received, 267

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 27, 2011

CONTENTS

Editorial, v

Articles

Clarke on Virtue and Reasonableness, S H Smith, 1-18

Thomas Paine and his British Critics, H T Dickinson, 19-82

Documentary Articles

Thirteen uncollected letters of Richard Price, Rémy Duthille, 83-142

A further seven uncollected letters of Richard Price, Paul Frame, 143-160

Review Articles

Other voices of the Enlightenment: Religious Dissent, Romanticism and the Rights of Woman, Mary Spongberg, 161-67

On Being a Nonconformist, Martin Fitzpatrick, 168-73

Thomas Paine and his American Critics, H T Dickinson, 174-185

Reviews

Pamela Clemit ed., The Letters of William Godwin: Volume I: 1778-1797, H T Dickinson, 186-87

James Vigus ed., Henry Crabb Robinson: Essays on Kant, Schelling, and German Aesthetics, Vilem Mudroch, 188-91

Sarah Apetrei, Women, Feminism and Religion in Early Enlightenment England, Lionel Laborie, 192-95

Mark R M Towsey. Reading the Scottish Enlightenment. Books and their Readers in Provincial Scotland, 1750-1820, Mark G Spencer, 195-98

Wayne Hudson, Enlightenment and Modernity: The English Deists and Reform, James Dybikowski, 198-204

John P Wright, Hume’s ‘A Treatise of Human Nature’: An Introduction, Mark G Spencer, 204-7

John Marshall, John Locke, toleration and early Enlightenment Culture, Alan P F Sell, 208-12

Robert D Cornwall and William Gibson eds., Religion, Politics and Dissent, 1660-1832. Essays in Honour of James E. Bradley, John Gascoigne, 213-16

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 26, 2010, INTELLECTUAL EXCHANGES: WOMEN AND RATIONAL DISSENT, Special Issue: edited by Gina Luria Walker and G M Ditchfield

CONTENTS

Foreword: Gina Luria Walker and G M Ditchfield, v

Articles

Introduction: Rational Dissenting Women and the Travel of Ideas, Ruth Watts, 1-27

Feminism in the Provinces: T S Norgate and the `Rights of Woman’ in Norwich, Arianne Chernock, 28-53

Hannah Lindsey and her Circle: the Female Element in Early English Unitarianism, G M Ditchfield, 54-79

A Life of Dissent: Harriet Martineau and Unitarianism, Felicity James, 80-112

Anna Letitia Barbauld, Alienated Intellectual, William McCarthy, 113-135

`No Effort can be lost’: the Unitarianism and Republicanism of Ann Jebb (1735-1812), Anthony Page, 136-62

The Cultivation of Mind and Refinement of Manners in the Midst of a Money-making and Somewhat Unpolished Community’: Hannah Greg’s Legacy Reconsidered, David Sekers, 163-94

The Spiritual Vindications of Mary Wollstonecraft, Fiore Sireci 195-229

Mary Hays and Mary Wollstonecraft and the Evolution of Dissenting Feminism, Mary Spongberg, 230-58

‘Energetic Sympathies of Truth and Feeling’: Mary Hays and Rational Dissent, Gina Luria Walker, 259-85

Reviews

David Sorkin, The religious Enlightenment: Protestants, Jews and Catholics from London to Vienna, Nigel Aston, 286-89

F P Lock, Edmund Burke: Volume II, 1784-1797, H T Dickenson, 289-93

Alan P F Sell, Hinterland theology: a stimulus to theological construction, G M Ditchfield, 293-97

Alexander Dick and Christina Lupton, Theory and practice in the eighteenth century: between philosophy and literature, Sarah Hutton, 297-99

Arianne Chernock, Men and the making of modern British feminism, Emma Macleod, 299-302

E Derek Taylor, Reason and religion in Clarissa: Samuel Richardson and ‘The famous Mr. Norris, of Bremerton’, Carol Stewart, 302-4

Roger L Emerson, Essays on David Hume, medical men and the Scottish Enlightenment: ‘industry, knowledge and humanity’, Mark Towsey, 304-9

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 25, 2009, ISAAC NEWTON IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, Special Issue: edited by Stephen D Snobelen

CONTENTS

Editorial: Stephen D Snobelen, v-vi

Articles

Two eighteenth-century translators of Newton’s Opticks: Pierre Coste and Jean-Paul Marat, Jean-François Baillon, 1-28

Newton’s ‘Paradoxical questions concerning the morals & actions of Athanasius and his followers’ and its intellectual origins, Raquel Delgado Moreira, 29-61

‘Newtonian’ elements in Locke, Hume, and Reid, or: How far can one stretch a label?, Steffen Ducheyne, 62-105

Holy Grail, (almost) wholly Newton: revisiting the Newtonian and Anti-Newtonian elements in Alexander Pope’s Essay on manJames E Force, 106-34

Newton and the Parisian Academie Royale des Sciences, 1699-1727, Lisa Mullins, 135-66

Hume’s attack on Newton’s philosophy, Eric Schliesser, 167-203

Isaac Newton, heresy laws and the persecution of dissent, Stephen Snobelen, 204-59

A sheep in the midst of wolves: reassessing Newton and English deists, Jeffrey R Wigelsworth, 260-86

Review Article

‘Something odd is happening here’: Captain Cook’s last days, Jonathan Lamb, 287- 97

Reviews

Bernadette Bensaude-Vincent and Christine Blondel, eds, Science and spectacle in the European Enlightenment, John Hedley Brooke, 298-300

Christopher Leslie Brown, Moral capital; foundations of British abolitionism, Anthony Page, 300-4

Joyce Chumbley and Leo Zonneveld, eds, Thomas Paine: in search of the common good, Jack Fruchtman, 304-6

G M Ditchfield, ed, The letters of Theophilus Lindsey (1723-1808), vol 1, 1747-1788, William Gibson, 306-8

Mary Hilton and Jill Shefrin, eds, Educating the child in Enlightenment Britain: beliefs, cultures, practices, Jeremy Black, 308-9

Steven Johnson, The invention of air. A story of science, faith, revolution, and the birth of America, John G McEvoy, 310-313

Christa Knellwolf and Jane Goodall, eds, Frankenstein’s science: experimentation and discovery in romantic culture, 1780-1830, Larry Stewart, 313-16

F P Lock, Edmund Burke: volume II, 1784-1797, H T Dickinson, 316-20

Michael North, Material delight and the joy of living: cultural consumption in the age of Enlightenment in Germany, Thomas Munck, 320-21

Karen O’Brien, Women and Enlightenment in eighteenth-century Britain, Arianne Chernock, 322-25

Richard B Sher, The Enlightenment and the book: Scottish authors and their publishers in eighteenth-century Britain, Ireland, and America, Mark Towsey, 325-28

Ann Thomson, Bodies of thought: science, religion, and the soul in the early Enlightenment, James Dybikowski. 329-34

Jose R Torre, The Enlightenment in America, 1720-1825, Mark G Spencer, 334-39

Notice

Richard C Allen, David Hartley’s ‘Observations on the progress to happiness’ discovered, 340-42

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 24, 2008

CONTENTS

Editorial, iv

Articles

Godliness and Godlikeness: Cambridge Platonism in Richard Price’s religious rationalism, Louise Hickman, 1-23

Aspects of a polymath: unveiling J T Rutt’s edition of Joseph Priestley’s Letters to Theophilus Lindsey, Simon Mills, 24-53

‘Brief Encounter’: Robert Robinson and the right to private judgment, Gina Luria Walker, 54-70

Comment

Reconsidering Kant’s political philosophy, Howard Williams, 71-81

Review Article

‘An Extraordinary Destiny’: Mary Hays, Dissenting Feminist, Mary Spongberg, 82-93

Reviews

Stephen Eric Bronner, Reclaiming the Enlightenment. Towards a Politics of Radical Enlightenment, John Gascoigne, 94-96

Daniel Carey, Locke, Shaftesbury, and Hutcheson: Contesting Diversity in the Enlightenment and Beyond, James Dybikowski, 96-101

Robert DeMaria, Jr. ed., British Literature 1640-1789: An Anthology, K E Smith, 101-4

Jack Fruchtman Jr., Atlantic Cousins: Benjamin Franklin and his visionary friends, Anthony Page. 105-7

William Gibson, Religion and the Enlightenment, 1600-1800: Conflict and the Rise of Civic Humanism in Taunton, David L Wykes, 107-10

Jonathan I Israel, Enlightenment Contested: Philosophy, Modernity, and the Emancipation of Man 1670-1752, John Gascoigne, 110-15

John Issitt, Jeremiah Joyce: radical dissenter and writer, Anthony Page, 115-18

Michael R Lynn, Popular science and public opinion in eighteenth-century France, Jeffrey S Ravel, 118-21

E Mazza & E Ronchetti eds., New Essays on David Hume, F L van Holthoon, 121-127

Isabel Rivers & David L Wykes, Joseph Priestley, scientist, philosopher, and theologian, R K Webb, 127-31

Robert Rix, William Blake and the Cultures of Radical Christianity, K E Smith, 131-35

Paul Russell, The Riddle of Hume’s ‘Treatise’: Skepticism, Naturalism, and Irreligion, Mark G Spencer, 135-38

Robert E Schofield, The Enlightened Joseph Priestley: A Study of his Life and Work from 1773-1804, Alan Tapper, 138-43

Giovanni Tarantino, Lo scrittoio di Anthony Collins (1676-1729). I libri e i tempi di un libero pensatore, John Robertson, 144-47

Special Supplement (available as a separate volume)

David Sekers ed., The Diary of Hannah Lightbody 1786-1790, i-x; 1-176

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 23, 2004-07

CONTENTS

Editorial, vii

Articles

‘Aspers’d and Blacken’d’: Pierre Coste’s critique of Locke’s moral theory, James Dybikowski, 1-23

Richard Price and Francis Hutcheson — Does a moral sense theory make ethics arbitrary?, Nicholas Hunt-Bull, 24-44

John Balguy and the sense of beauty: a rational realist in the age of sentiment, Peter Kivy, 45-70

Did Paine abridge his Rights of Man?  Textual scholarship and controversial context, Iain Hampsher Monk, 71-84

‘Probably the most indefatigable Prince that ever existed’: a rational dissenting perspective on Frederick the Great, Anthony Page, 85-130

Ethics and aesthetics in the British moralists, D D Raphael, 131-47

Documents

‘A register of vexations and persecutions’: some letters of Thomas Fyshe Palmer from Botany Bay during the 1790s, Michael T Davis, 148-66

Review Articles

Jenny Graham, The nation, the law and the King.  Reform politics in England, 1789-1799, Emma Vincent Macleod, 167-73

Editing Mary Shelley, Michael Rossington, 174-81

Reviews

Paula R Backscheider and Catherine Ingrassia, eds., A companion to the Eighteenth-Century English novel and culture, Gillian Skinner, 182-87

Michael T Davis, Iain McCalman and Christina Parolin, eds., Newgate in revolution: an anthology of radical prison literature in the Age of Revolution, H T Dickenson, 187-90

Malcolm Dick, ed., Joseph Priestley and Birmingham, Anthony Page, 190-91

Gavin Edwards, Narrative order, 1789-1819: life and story in an Age of Revolution, Mary-Ann Constantine, 191-95

Amanda Goodrich, Debating England’s aristocracy in the 1790s: Pamphlets, polemics and political ideas, Martyn Powell, 195-97

Geraint H Jenkins, ed., A rattleskull genius: the many faces of Iolo Morganwg, Colin Kidd, 197-201

Judith Jennings, Gender, religion and radicalism in the long Eighteenth-Century: the ‘Ingenious Quaker’ and her connections, Linda Wilson, 202-4

Paul Keened., The popular radical press in Britain 1817-1821: a reprint of early Nineteenth Century radical periodicals, Paul A. Pickering, 204-7

F Arant Maginnes, Thomas Abthorpe Cooper: father of the American stage, 1775-1849, David O’Shaughnessy, 207-11

Jonathan Sheehan, The Enlightenment Bible: translation, scholarship, and culture, Martin Muslow, 211-16

Mark G Spencer, David Hume and Eighteenth-Century America, Peter Jones, 216-19

Books received, 219-20

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 22, 2003

CONTENTS

Editorial, 3

Documents

Introduction to William Morgan’s Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard PriceD O Thomas, 5-9

William Morgan’s Preface to Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard Price, D O Thomas, ed, iii-iv

William Morgan’s Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Richard Price, D O Thomas, ed, 1-128

Index, 129-134

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 21, 2002

CONTENTS

Editorial, viii

Documents

Preface and introduction to John Disney’s Diary, D O Thomas, 1-41

John Disney’s Diary. I January 1783-17 May 1784, D O Thomas, 42-127

Charles Polhill and The Chronicle of the Kingdom of HeavenSheldon Cohen, 128-36

The Chronicle of the Kingdom of HeavenSheldon Cohen, 137-62

Review Articles

The different faces of Mary Wollstonecraft, Pam Clemit, 163-69

Enlightenment in Australia, Anthony Page, 170-82

Reviews

Gillian Russell and Clara Tuite eds., Romantic sociability: social networks and literary culture in Britain 1770-1840, Damian Walford Davies, 183-88

Robert Rix ed., ‘A Political Dictionary Explaining the True Meaning of Words’ by Charles Piggott. A facsimile of the 1795 edition, Martin Fitzpatrick, 189-92

Anthony Page, John Jebb and the Enlightenment Origins of British Radicalism, Emma Vincent Macleod, 193-95

Pamela Edwards, The Statesman’s Science: History, Nature, and Law in the Political Thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Tim Milnes, 195-98

Martin Fitzpatrick, Peter Jones, Christa Knellwolf eds., The Enlightenment World, Alan P F Sell, 198-209

William Gibson, Enlightenment prelate: Benjamin Hoadly (1676-1761), D O Thomas, 209-15

Sheldon S Cohen, British Supporters of the American Revolution 1775-1783. The Role of the ‘Middling-level’ Activists, Peter D G Thomas, 215-17

Books received, 217-18

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 20, 2001

CONTENTS

Editorial, vii

Articles

David Hartley’s new words for action: ‘Automatic’ and ‘Decomplex’, Richard C Allen, 1-22

Joseph Priestley and ‘the proper doctrine of philosophical necessity’, James A Harris, 23-44

Joseph Priestley on morals and economics: reconciling the quest for virtue with the pursuit of wealth, Vilem Mudroch, 45-87

Comment

Socinianism, heresy and John Locke’s Reasonableness of ChristianitySteven Snobelen, 88-125

Review Articles

David Hartley on human nature, Anthony Page, 126-38

Enlightened interventions, K E Smith, 139-45

Reviews

Mark Goldie ed., The reception of Locke’s politics, H T Dickinson, 146-52

Paul Wood ed., The culture of the book in the Scottish Enlightenment. An exhibition with essays by Roger Emerson, Richard Sher, Stephen Brown and Paul Wood, Christa Knellwolf, 152-55

Harriet Guest, Small change: women, learning and patriotism, 1750-1810, William McCarthy, 156-60

M L Brooks ed., Mary Hays. Memoirs of Emma Courtney, Eva Perez, 160-63

John Locke, Epistola de tolerantia. Epistole gia ten anexithresekia. Eisagoge, metaphrasis, scholia. Introduction, translation and notes by Giannes Plangesis, Politike & Threskia ste Philosophia tou John Locke, David Rees, 164-66

William Godwin, Memoirs of the author of A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Pamela Clemit and Gina Luria Walker eds., Glynis Ridley, 166-69

Alan P F Sell, Confessing and confessing the faith. Historic witness and apologetic method, Boyd Stanley Schlenther, 169-75

Jeremy Waldron, God, Locke, and equality: Christian foundations of John Locke’s political thought, D O Thomas, 175-81

Peter C Myers, Our only star and compass: Locke and the struggle for political rationality, Catherine Wilson, 181-84

Documents

Pamela Clemit, Two Pamphlets on the Regency Crisis by William Godwin, 185-93

[William Godwin], The law of Parliament in the present situation of Great Britain considered, Pamela Clemit, 194-225

[William Godwin], Reflexions on the late consequences of His Majesty’s recovery from His late Indisposition. In a letter to the people of England, Pamela Clemit, 226-48.

Books received, 249-51

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 19, 2000, Festschrift for D O Thomas

CONTENTS

Editorial: D O Thomas, Martin Fitzpatrick, vii-x

D O Thomas: an appreciation, W Bernard Peach, xi-xiii

Articles

Smith and Bentham on jurisprudence: English Utilitarianism in contrast with the Scottish Enlightenment, Yoshio Nagai, 1-22

Democratic virtues: between candour and preference falsification, Mark Philp, 23-44

Richard Price, Josiah Tucker, John Locke and D O Thomas, W Bernard Peach, 45-59

Perspectives on Priestley’s science, John McEvoy, 60-77

Monism, Unitarianism and phlogiston in Joseph Priestley’s natural philosophy, Robert E Schofield, 78-90

Andrew Fuller and the Socinians, Alan P F Sell, 91-115

Optimism and pessimism in the Enlightenment, D A Rees, 116-32

Conscience and the epistemology of morals: Richard Price’s debt to Joseph Butler, John Stephens, 133-46

Price among the Unitarians, Robert K Webb, 147-70

Christian Garve and Immanuel Kant: Theory and Practice in the German Enlightenment, Howard Williams, 171-92

We may venture to say, that the number of Platonic Readers is considerable: Richard Price, Joseph Priestley, and the Platonic strain in eighteenth-century British thought, Martha K Zebrowski, 193-213

A bibliography of D O Thomas, James Dybikowski, 214-23

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 18, 1999

CONTENTS

Editorial, vii

Articles

Richard Price and the moral foundations of Mary Wollstonecraft’s feminism, Saba Bahar, 1-15

James Losh (1763-1833): Dissenter and Reformer, Jeffrey Smith, 16-56

Comment

John Toland’s Letter concerning toleration to the Dissenting Ministers, James Dybikowski, 57-83

Documents

‘All truth, all righteous things’: the correspondence of Caleb Fleming and Sylas Neville, 1769 G M Ditchfield, 84-123

‘This unhappy country of ours’: extracts of letters, 1793-1801, of Theophilus Lindsey, Jenny Graham, 124-62

Eleven newly-discovered letters of Theophilus Lindsey, Boyd Stanley Schlenther, 163-86

Review Articles

Hume’s connections, D O Thomas, 187-98

An artisan of the floating word: Thomas Paine and his historians, David Wilson, 199-217

Abraham Anderson The treatise of the three impostors and the problem of enlightenment, James Dybikowski, 218-32

Reviews

Hartmut Lehmann & Guenther Roth, eds., Weber’s Protestant ethicsorigins, evidence, contextsJames Bradley, 233-36

William McCarthy & Elizabeth Kraft, eds, The Poems of Anna Letitia BarbauldMarilyn Brooks, 236-40

Ruth Watts, Gender, Power and the Unitarians 1760-1860Marilyn Brooks, 240-42

Robert E Schofield, The Enlightenment of Joseph Priestley. A Study of his Life and Work from 1733 to 1773, Margaret Canovan, 242-45

P J Corfield & C Evanseds, Youth and Revolution in the 1790s. Letters of William Pattisson, Thomas Amyot and Henry Crabb RobinsonJenny Graham, 246-54

Lisbeth Haakonsssen, Medicine and morals in the EnlightenmentJohn Gregory, Thomas Percival and Benjamin Rush, Christopher Lawrence, 255-57

Jack Fruchtman, Jr. ed., An eye-witness account of the French Revolution by Helen Maria Williams: Letters containing a sketch of the politics of France, Emma Vincent Macleod, 257-60

James E Crimmins ed., Utilitarianism and religion; Alan P F Sell ed., Mill and religion, Victor Nuovo, 260-63

Alan P F Sell, John Locke and the Eighteenth-Century Divines, G A J Rogers, 263-70

Thomas C Pfizenmaier, The Trinitarian theology of Dr. Samuel Clarke (1675-1729). Context, sources and controversy, Alan P F Sell, 270-75

W M Spellman, John LockeAlan P F Sell, 275-76

Quentin Skinner, Liberty before liberalismD O Thomas, 276-80

Books received, 281-84

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 17, 1998, ENLIGHTENMENT, RELIGION, SCIENCE AND POPULAR CULTURE IN THE LATE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, Special Issue: edited by Martin Fitzpatrick and Iain McCalman

CONTENTS

Editorial, vii

Articles

Paternalism and Expertise: A Physician’s Legacy, Lisbeth Haakonssen, 1-16

Perspectives on David Hartley, R K Webb, 17-47

Enlightenment and a ‘Second Reformation’: the religion and philosophy of John Jebb (1736-86), Anthony Page, 48-82

Science, religion and the foundations of morality in Enlightenment Britain, John Gascoigne, 83-103

Methodism and Popular Science in the Enlightenment, Peter Lineham, 104-25

Anti-Newtonianism and eighteenth-century Dissent, Kevin Knox, 126-53

The mystery of Count Cagliostro: alchemy, prophecy, and the end of the Enlightenment, Iain McCalman, 154-71

‘Through the glass of history’: some reflections on historical knowledge in the thought of Joseph Priestley, Martin Fitzpatrick, 172-209

Paine and Science, Mark Philp, 210-249

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 16, 1997, SAMUEL CLARKE, Special Issue edited by James Dybikowski

CONTENTS

Editorial, J Dybikowski, 1-2

Articles

‘Commanded of God, because ’tis Holy and Good’: The Christian Platonism and Natural Law of Samuel Clarke, Martha K Zebrowski, 3-28

The argument from the need for similar or ‘higher’ qualities: Cudworth, Locke and Clarke on God’s existence, J J Mackintosh, 29-59

Clarke and Leibniz on divine perfection and freedom, William L Rowe, 60-82

Clarke’s ‘Almighty Space’ and Hume’s TreatisePaul Russell, 83-113

Reason and revelation in Samuel Clarke’s epistemology of morals, D O Thomas, 114-35

Samuel Johnson, Samuel Clarke and the toleration of heresy, Chester Chapin, 136-50

Caution, conscience and the Newtonian reformation: the public and private heresies of Newton, Clarke and Whiston, Stephen Snobelen, 151-84

The Library of Samuel Clarke, Stephen Snobelen, 185-97

Samuel Clarke bibliography, J Dybikowski, 198-207

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 15, 1996

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1-2

Articles

Women at War: British Women and the Debate on the Wars against Revolutionary France in the 1790s, Emma Vincent Macleod3-32

Jacobitism and Millennial Enlightenment: Alexander, Lord Forbes of Pitsligo ‘Remarks’ on the Mystics, David E Shuttleton, 33-56

Samuel Chandler and the Regium DonumJohn Stephens, 57-70

Benjamin Hoadly: the Ethics of Sincerity, D O Thomas, 71-88

Documents

Jenny Graham, Priestley’s Plan for a ‘Continually Improving’ translation of the Bible, Marilyn Brooks, 89-106

Reviews

Jenny GrahamRevolutionary in Exile: the Emigration of Joseph Priestley to America, 1794-1804David A Wilson, 107-11

John MarshallJohn Locke. Resistance, Religion and Responsibility, Alan P F Sell, 112-16

Peter N Miller (ed.), Joseph Priestley: Political WritingsJames Dybikowski, 117-27

Peter Benedict Nockles, The Oxford Movement in Context. Anglican High Churchmanship, 1760-1857, Alan P F Sell, 128-30

Alan P F Sell, Philosophical Idealism and Christian BeliefD A Rees 131-34

Books Received, 135

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 14, 1995

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Mary Hays: finding a ‘voice’ in Dissent, Marilyn Brooks, 3-24

Sir William Jones’s ‘The Principles of Government’ (1782) in its relation to Wales, Caryl Davies, 25-51

“Master of Practical Magnetics”: the construction of an eigtheenth-century natural philosopher, Patricia Fara, 52-87

A Hitherto Unpublished Letter of Joseph Priestley, Jenny Graham, 88-104

Mary Wollstonecraft’s Theodicy and the Theory of Progress, Gordon Spence, 105-127

Richard Ashcraft on John Locke’s Two Treatises, D O Thomas, 128-54

Reviews

G J Barker-Benfield, The Culture of Sensibility: Sex and Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Jane Spencer, 155-56

Robert D Cornwall, Visible and Apostolic: the Constitution of the Church in High Church Anglican and Non-Juror Thought, P B Knockles. 157-60

Yannis Plangesis, Phileleutherismos kai theoria demokratias. He ennoia tes eleutherias sten politike skepse tou Joseph Priestley (Liberalism and democratic theory: The concept of liberty in Joseph Priestley’s political thought), D A Rees, 161-62

Books Received, 163-165

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 13, 1994

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Article

The Enlightenment and its Background: Some Features, D A Rees, 3-48

Documents

Joseph Priestley’s Journal while at Daventry Academy, 1754,Tony Rail and Beryl Thomas, 49-113

Reviews

E S de Beer, ed., The correspondence of John Locke, vol. VIII ; Peter H. Nidditch & G A Rogers, eds., Drafts for the “Essay Concerning Human Understanding” and other philosophical writings, vol. 1: Drafts A and B; John W & Jean S. Yolton eds., John LockeSome thoughts concerning education, Richard Kroll, 114-20

William Cobbett, Peter Porcupine in America: Pamphlets on Republicanism and Revolution, ed. David A Wilson. Colin Bonwick, 121-24

The Northumberland County Historical Society. Proceedings and Addresses. Volume XXXIIMartin Fitzpatrick, 125-30

W Bernard Peach ed., The correspondence of Richard Price: Vol. III, February 1786-February 1791, James Dybikowski131-35

Alan P.F. Sell, Commemorations. Studies in Christian Thought and History, Martin Fitzpatrick, 136-43

Books received, 144-45

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 12, 1993

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Godwin’s educational theory: The EnquirerPamela Clemit, 3-11

Advocacy of the independence of the Church from the State in Eighteenth-Century England: A comparison of a Nonjuror and a Nonconformist view, Robert D Cornwall, 12-27

Public and Parliamentary support for the Unitarian Petition of 1792, G M Ditchfield, 28-48

Physics and the Deity: the ideas of R Boscovich and J Priestley, Karis Müller, 49-62

Commentary

Coleridge Reconsidered: Religion, Metaphysics and Political Ideas, Pamela J Edwards, 63-69

Documents

The publication of Part One of the Rights of ManJenny Graham, 70-77

Richard Price, A Sermon on Revelation 21.3John Stephens, 78-91

Reviews

Mark Philp, gen ed., Political and Philosophical Writings of William Godwin, H T Dickinson, 92-95

Mark Philp, ed., The French Revolution and British Popular Politics, Gregory Claeys, 96-98

J Dybikowski, On Burning Ground: an Examination of the Ideas, Projects and Life of David WilliamsPeter France, 99-100

D O Thomas, ed., The Political Writings of Richard Price, Oliver Stutchbury, 101-103

Philip Rossi & M Wren, eds., Kant’s Philosophy of Religion Reconsidered. T A Roberts, 104-7

The British Empiricists: Locke by John Dunn; Berkeley by J O Urmson; Hume by A J Ayer, ed., Keith Thomas, T A Roberts, 108-11

H Williams ed., Kant’s Political Philosophy, T A Roberts, 112-14

John Dwyer and Richard Sher eds., Sociability and Society in Eighteenth Century Scotland; Brian Hillyard, David Steuart Esquire: An Edinburgh Collector; Paul B Wood, The Aberdeen Enlightenment. The Arts Curriculum in the Eighteenth Century, Alexander Murdoch, 115-19

Chris Jones, Radical Sensibility: Literature and Ideas in the 1790s; Allison Yarrington and Kelvin Everest, eds., Reflections on Revolution: Images of RomanticismMark Philp, 120-22

John Barrell, The Birth of Pandora and the Division of Knowledge, Marcus Wood, 123-27

Books received, 128-29

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 11, 1992

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Late Latitudinarianism: the case of David Hartley, Jack Fruchtman Jr., 3-22

Kant and religious doctrine, Elizabeth Galbraith, 23-45

Master, slave, and mistresss in Wollstonecraft’s VindicationD L Macdonald, 46-57

Liberty or luxury: Catherine Macaulay Graham and the socio-economic foundation of the state, B B Schnorrenberg, 58-69

Enlightenment psychology and individuality: the roots of J.S. Mill’s concept of the self, G W Smith, 70-86

Literally Orthodox: Samuel Johnson’s Anglicanism, Jane Steen, 87-106

Commentary

Society Restored and its authors, J Dybikowski, 107-14

Review Article

S M Dworetz, The Unvarnished Doctrine, Locke, Liberalism and the American RevolutionB Peach, 115–20

Reviews

D O Thomas, ed., The Correspondence of Richard Price, vol, 2, J Dybikowski, 121-23

Isaac Kramnick, Republicanism and bourgeois radicalism: political ideology in late eighteenth-century England and America, H T Dickinson, 124-25

David MacGregor, Hegel, Marx and the English stateDavid Lamb, 126-28

Howard Williams, Hegel, Heraclitus and Marx’s DialecticDavid MacGregor, 129-31

John Hedley Brooke, Science and religion. Some historical perspectivesD D Raphael, 132-34

Bridget Hill, The republican virago. The life and times of Catharine Macaulay Graham, historianB B Schnorrenberg, 135-36

Giannes Plangensis, Hyle kai Pneuma. Sie Philosophike Skepse tou Joseph PriestleyD A Rees, 137

Manfred Buschmeier, Die gesellschaft und das Geld. Untersuchungen zum Geld in englishchen Romanen und Komödien der ‘sentimental era’Michael Szczekalla, 138-40

Knud Haakonssen, Thomas Reid. ‘Practical Ethics’D O Thomas, 141-45

James Bradley, Religion, revolution and English radicalism. Non-conformity in eighteenth-century politics and societyR K Webb, 146-50

Peter Harrison, ‘Religion’ and the religions of the English EnlightenmentS Nantlais Williams, 151-54

Alan Sell, Dissenting thought and the life of the Churches: Studies in an English TraditionDavid Wykes, 155-57

Communication

‘Nantes and the death of Richard Price’, Oliver Stutchbury, 158

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 10, 1991

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1-2

Articles

Dissent and radicalism?: the example of the Sandemanians, Geoffrey Cantor, 3-20

The Mill prisoners and the Englishman who continued ”In the Light”, Sheldon S Cohen, 21-34

Richard Price and the London Revolution Society, Martin Fitzpatrick, 35-50

Thomas Spence and modes of subversion, Marcus Wood, 51-77

The Corruption of politics and the dignity of human nature: the critical and constructive radicalism of James Burgh, Martha K Zebrowski, 78-103

Commentary

Joseph Priestley, politics and ancient prophecy, Martin Fitzpatrick, 104-109

Documents

An attempt to create a general European Protestant Fund in 1725, Jeremy Black, 110-12

Richard Price as a man of action, Alan Ruston, 113-14

Reviews

D W Bebbington, Evangelicalism in modern Britain. A history from the 1730s to the 1980s, Alan P F Sell, 115-18

John Dinwiddy, BenthamD O Thomas, 119-20

Peter A. Schouls, Descartes and the Enlightenment, Stephen Williams, 121-22

Communication

Joseph Priestley’s bookplates, G F Carnall, 123-25

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 9, 1990

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Reason recycled: the Enlightenment today, Margaret Canovan, 3-13

Revolutionary Philosopher: the political ideas of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804): Part Two, Jenny Graham, 14-46

Enlightenment, toleration and liberty, Mark Philp, 47-62

In the wake of the Enlightenment: the adjustments of James Martineau and Alexander Campbell Fraser, Alan P F Sell, 63-92

Commentary:

Burke and Paine: texts in context, Mark Philp, 93-105

Documents:

David Williams, John Jebb and liturgical reform, James Dybikowski and Martin Fitzpatrick, 106-13

Reviews

Seamus Deane, The French Revolution, and Enlightenment in England 1789-1832, Iain Hampsher-Monk, 114-18

T M Devine, ed., Improvement and Enlightenment: Proceedings of the Scottish Historical Studies Seminar, 1987-88; T M Devine, ed., Conflict and Stability in Scottish Society, 1700-1850: Proceedings of the Scottish Historical Studies Seminar, 1988-89Richard B Sher, 119-22

C E S Franks, Dissent and the stateJames Dybikowski, 123-24

John Gascoigne, Cambridge in the age of Enlightenment: science, religion and politics from the Restoration to the French RevolutionJohn Hedley Brooke, 125-29

Frank O’Gorman, Voters, Patron and Parties: The Unreformed Electoral System of Hanoverian England 1734-1832H T Dickinson, 130

Mark Philp, Paine, Jack Fruchtman Jr., 131-33

W M Spellman, John Locke and the problem of depravityAlan P F Sell, 134-37

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 8, 1989

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Berkeley, Price, and the limitations of the design argument, Colin Crowder, 3-24

Bentham on invention in legislation, J R Dinwiddy, 25-42

Revolutionary Philosopher: the political ideas of Joseph Priestley (1733-1804). Part One, Jenny Graham, 43-68

Joseph Priestley in cultural context: philosophic spectacle, popular belief and popular politics in eighteenth-century Birmingham.

Part Two, John Money, 69-89

Richard Price and Freedom of the City of London, D O Thomas, 90-109

Commentary

The significance of William Godwin’s Damon and DeliaMark Philp, 110-14

Documents

A servant’s view of Joseph Priestley, Alan Ruston, 115-19

Reviews

John Sainsbury, Disaffected patriots: London supporters of revolutionary America, 1769-1782James Bradley, 120-24

R G W Anderson and Christopher Lawrence, eds., Science, medicine, Dissent: Joseph Priestley (1733-1804)Geoffrey Cantor, 125-29

James E Bradley, Popular politics and the American Revolution in England. Petitions, the Crown and public opinionG M Ditchfield, 130-34

A J Ayer, Thomas Paine; David Wilson, Paine and Cobbett: the transatlantic connectionJack Fruchtman Jr., 135-39

Richard E Brantley, Locke, Wesley, and the method of English RomanticismAlan P F Sell, 140-44

Gerald Reedy, S. J., The Bible and reason: Anglicans and Scripture in late seventeenth-century EnglandD O Thomas, 145-48

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 7, 1988

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1-2

Articles

Controversy and conciliation in the English Catholic Enlightenment, 1790-1840, Brian Carter, 3-24

The idea of nationalism in Belfast in the late eighteenth century, Simon Davies, 25-34

Varieties of candour: English and Scottish style, Martin Fitzpatrick, 35-56

Joseph Priestley in cultural context: philosophic spectacle, popular belief and popular politics in eighteenth-century Birmingham.

Part One, John Money, 57-82

William Godwin: social critique in philosophy and fiction, Ken Edward Smith, 83-92

Documents

Mind over matter: an anecdote concerning Thomas Holcroft, Warwick G Foster, 93-95

Reviews

J C D Clark, Revolution and rebellion: state and society in England in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuriesJames E Bradley, 96-104

James J Hoecker, Joseph Priestley and the idea of progressMargaret Canovan. 105-7

Whitney D Jones, David Williams: the anvil and the hammerJames Dybikowski, 108-115

Gordon E Michalson Jr., Lessing’s ‘Ugly Ditch’: a study of theology and historyAnn Loades, 116-18

Alan Kors and Paul Korshin, eds., Anticipations of the Enlightenment in England, France and GermanyKarl Tilman Winkler, 119-24

Communication from Chester Chapin, 125

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 6, 1987

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

A Liberal Churchman: Edmund Law, Richard Brinkley, 3-18

Doctrine, Dissent and the decline of Paley’s Reputation 1805-1825, G A Cole, 19-30

Joseph Towers and the collapse of Rational Dissent, F K Donnelly, 31-40

Reflections on a footnote: Richard Price and love of country, Martin Fitzpatrick, 41-58

Elie Halévy and Bentham’s authoritarian liberalism, F Rosen, 59-76

Price, Providence and the PrincipiaJohn Stephens, 77-94

Restoring ‘Faith’ in Locke, Stephen N Williams, 95-113

Documents

The origins of Methodism: an unpublished early French account, Jeremy Black, 115-17

Reviews

D J Adams, Diderot, dialogue and debateGeoffrey Bremner, 118

Mark Philp, Godwin’s Political JusticeJohn Dunn, 119-21

J C D Clark, English society 1688-1832John Seed, 122-26

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 5, 1986

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Ideology and the English Jacobins: The case of William Thelwall, Geoffrey Gallop, 3-20

A few observations on David Hume and Richard Price on miracles, H S Price, 21-38

The epistemological strategy of Price’s ‘Review of morals’, John Stephens, 39-50

Matthew Tindal on perfection, positivity and the life divine, Stephen N Williams, 51-69

Documents

Two Priestley documents, Jeremy Black, 71-72

‘The short but comprehensive story of a farmer bull’, Alan Ruston, 73-75

Review Article

Paradigms and tradition, D O Thomas, 81-97

Reviews

Howard Williams, Kant’s political philosophyT C Hopton, 99-102

M M Goldsmith, Private vices, public benefitsW A Speck, 103-5

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 4, 1985

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

The Revd. William Chambers, D. D., G M Ditchfield, 3-12

Human nature and the foundation of ethics, W Bernard Peach, 13-34

Rational religion and political radicalism, Mark Philp, 35-46

Utilitarianism and justice: A Note on Bentham and Godwin, F Rosen, 47-52

Henry Grove: A dissenter at the parting of the ways, Alan P F Sell, 53-64

Francis Maseres, Richard Price and the industrious poor, D O Thomas, 65-82

Review Articles

Science and society in the Enlightenment, Martin Fitzpatrick, 83-106

Political language in the revolution controversy, Ken Edward Smith, 107-12

Reviews

Peter H Marshall, William GodwinMark Philp, 113-18

Oxygen and the conversion of future foodstock. Third BOC Priestley ConferenceJohn G McEvoy, 119-21

Readers’ Queries, 123-24

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 3, 1984

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1

Articles

Jansenism and the enlightenment, Geoffrey Bremner, 3-14

David Williams and the eighteenth century distinction between civil and political liberty, J Dybikowski, 15-40

Dr. Priestley’s religious philosophy of history and Dr. Jefferson’s failure of republican nerve, Roderick S French, 41-54

Joseph Priestley and utilitarianism in the age of reason, James J Hoecker, 55-64

Samuel Clarke on the existence of God, Alan P F Sell, 65-76

The economic thought of Joseph Priestley, Chuhei Sugiyama, 77-90

Karl Marx and Richard Price, Howard Williams, 91-98

Documents

The missing archive of John Evans of Islington, John Arthur Oddy, 99-100

Joseph Priestley at Hackney: The Collier MS.: An additional note, Alan Ruston, 101-2

Samuel Horsley and Joseph Priestley’s Disquisitions relating to matter and spiritJohn Stephens, 103-14

Reviews

John McLachlan, Joseph Priestley, man of science, 1783-1804. An iconography of a great YorkshiremanDerek A Davenport. 115-16

Jack Fruchtman, Jr., The apocalyptic politics of Richard Price and Joseph Priestley: a study in eighteenth century English republican millenialismD D Raphael, 116-118

The correspondence of Richard Price, vol. 1: July 1748 – Mar 1778, ed. D O Thomas and W Bernard Peach, Boyd Stanley Schlenther, 118-120

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 2, 1983

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1-2

Articles

Joseph Priestley: Emigrant and Jeffersonian, Colin Bonwick, 3-22

Paternalistic Liberalism: Joseph Priestley on Rank and Inequality, Margaret Canovan, 23-38

Joseph Priestley and Early English Zionism, Jack Fruchtman, Jr., 39-46

Enlightenment and Dissent in Science: Joseph Priestley and the limits of Theoretical Reasoning, John G McEvoy, 47-68

Joseph Priestley: Theology, Physics and Metaphysics, Robert E Schofield, 69-82

Joseph Priestley and Education, Ruth Watts, 83-100

Documents

Three Unpublished Letters of Joseph Priestley, G M Ditchfield, 101-6

Joseph Priestley in Hackney, Mike Grey, 107-110

Joseph Priestley at the Gravel Pit Chapel Hackney: The Collier MS., Alan Ruston, 111-19

Priestley’s polemic against Reid: An additional note, Alan P F Sell, 121

Reviews

Trevor H Levere, Poetry realized in nature: Samuel Taylor Coleridge and early nineteenth century science, G N Cantor, 123-24

B J Tysdahl, William Godwin as novelist, K E Smith, 125-28

 

ENLIGHTENMENT AND DISSENT 1, 1982

CONTENTS

Editorial, 1-2

Articles

Toleration and truth, Martin Fitzpatrick, 3-32

Dr. Samuel Parr and Dr. Joseph Priestley: A Notable Friendship, H J McLachlan, 33-36

Godwin, Holcroft and the Rights of Man, M Philp, 37-42

The London Ministers and Subscription, 1772-1779, John Stephens, 43-72

The Beginnings of Priestley’s Materialism, Alan Tapper, 73-82

Documents

Jeremy Bentham on Richard Price, Yoshio Nagai, 83-88

George Cadogan Morgan at Oxford, D A Rees, 89-90

Richard Price: ‘A Sketch of proposals’, D O Thomas, 91-106

Review

David Williams, Incidents in my own life which have been thought of some importance, ed. Peter France, Martin Fitzpatrick, 107-8

 

THE PRICE-PRIESTLEY NEWSLETTER 4, 1980

CONTENTS

Editorial, 2

Articles

The Library of Richard Price, Richard Brinkley, 4-15

The Irony of History: Priestley’s Rational Theology, Margaret Canovan, 16-25

Price and Priestley at Gravel pit chapel, Hackney, Alan Ruston, 26-29

When did David Hume meet Richard Price?, John Stephens, 30-39

Richard Price’s shorthand, Beryl Thomas, 40-42

Richard Price and the Population Controversy, D O Thomas, 43-62

Documents

The Dissenting School at Fieldhead, Birstall, C S Briggs, 63-64

An Unrecorded Letter from Theophilus Lindsey to William Tayleur, John Stephens, 65-68

Richard Price and Carmarthen Academy, Gwyn Walters, 69

Review

Bernard Peach, ed., Richard Price and the Ethical Foundations of the American Revolution, D D Raphael, 70-73

Information

Joseph Priestley Associates, John Romberger, 74

Genealogy

Priestley Pedigree, J J Hoecker, 75-78

Request for Information, 42

 

THE PRICE-PRIESTLEY NEWSLETTER 3, 1979

CONTENTS

Editorial, 2

Articles

William Godwin and the Rational Dissenters, Martin Fitzpatrick, 4-28

Joseph Priestley as a historian and the idea of progress, James J Koecker, 29-40

Priestley’s polemic against Reid, Alan P F Sell, 41-52

George Cadogan Morgan (1754-98), D O Thomas, 53-70

The auction sale catalogue (1796) of the library of Andrew Kippis, ‘Literary ornament of the Dissenters’, Gwyn Walters, 71-78

Documents

Priestley as preacher, Peter Godrey, 40

Bibliography

A checklist of the published works of Richard Price, P A L Jones and D O Thomas, 79-106

 

THE PRICE-PRIESTLEY NEWSLETTER 2, 1978

CONTENTS

Editorial, 2-3

Articles

Richard Watson and the debate on toleration in the late eighteenth century, Timothy Brain, 4-26

Two concepts of liberty: eighteenth century style, Margaret Canovan, 27-43

Joseph Priestley and the reification of religion, James J Hoecker, 44-75

On what point did Richard Price convince David Hume of a mistake? with a note by Henri Laboucheix, Bernard Peach, 76-81

Richard Price’s pamphlets in America: A new edition, Bernard Peach, 82-97

Documents

Rice Price’s will, D O Thomas, 98-107

Richard Price and Rice Price, J Gwynn Williams, 107

Requests for information, 108-9

 

THE PRICE-PRIESTLEY NEWSLETTER 1, 1977

CONTENTS

Articles

Editorial, 1

Priestley and the cause of universal toleration, Martin Fitzpatrick, 3-30

Chemistry, materialism and theology in the work of Joseph Priestley, Henri Laboucheix, 31-48

Neither republican nor democrat, D O Thomas, 49-60

The Richard Price Exhibition, 61