Eliphalet Kimball—Chronological Bibliography

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Eliphalet Kimball—Chronological Bibliography

 

“Law, Commerce, and Religion,” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 13 (July 30, 1862): 97-98.

 “Reminiscences,” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 26 (October 29, 1862): 105.

“Military Talents,” The Boston Investigator, 32, no. 29. (November 19, 1862): 225.

 “Origin of Law,” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 37 (January 14, 1863): 290.

“Civilization—Anarchy,” The Boston Investigator 35, no. 15 (August 19, 1863): 114.

 “Civilization—Anarchy,” The Boston Investigator 35, no. 16 (August 26, 1863): 122.

“Duration of Life,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 27 (November 11, 1863): 209-210

“Duration of Life,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 28 (November 18, 1863): 217-218.

“Reason in Food and Drink,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 38 (January 27, 1864): 298

“Reason in Food and Drink,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 39 (February 3, 1864): 306.

“Diseases and Medicine: Reason in Diseases and Medicine is Confidence in Nature, and Infidelity to the Medical Profession,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 49 (April 13, 1864): 386.

“Reason—Government: Reason in Government is Confidence in Nature, and Infidelity to Public Law,” The Boston Investigator 33, no. 52 (May 4, 1864): 410.

“Reason in Government—Again,” The Boston Investigator [date uncertain, article acknowledged as received July 27, 1864.]

Thoughts on Natural Principles. Published by the author. 1867.

“Capital, Labor, Natural Government,” The Boston Investigator 42, no. 45 (March 5, 1873): 1.

“Suggestions,” Woodhull and Claflin's Weekly, 8, 3 (June 20, 1874): 4.

 

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“Another Ticket and Platform,” New York Daily Tribune (August 4, 1852): 4.

Tyro, “Law, Commerce, and Religion,” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 16 (August 20, 1862): 122.

Tyro, [letter] The Boston Investigator 32, no. 20 (Sept. 17, 1862): 154.

Doctor Syntax, “A Few Words to ‘Tyro’.” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 21 (September 24, 1862): 166.

Tyro, “‘Things Unprovable.’ To ‘Doctor Syntax,’” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 24 (October 15, 1862): 186.

Doctor Syntax, (The Unprovable and Improbable.—To ‘Tyro,’” The Boston Investigator 32, no. 26 (October 29, 1862): 201.

“Business Items: Books Sent,” The Boston Investigator 32, 28 (November 12, 1862): 222.

Robert Shaw, “Government, Law, &c.,” The Boston Investigator, 32, no. 29 (November 19, 1862): 227.

Tyro, “Last Reply to ‘Dr. Syntax,’” 32, no. 31 (December 3, 1862): 243.

“Business Items: Books Sent,” The Boston Investigator 32, 43 (February 25, 1863): 350.

“Brief Notes,” The Boston Investigator, 42, no. 43 (February 19, 1873): 6.

Geo. W. Seymour, “No Law, No Restraint, &c.,” The Boston Investigator, 42, no. 46 (March 12, 1873): 5.

“Necrology.—Eliphalet Kimball, Hartford, Ct.,” The Daily Picayune 53, no. 348 (January 7, 1890): 1.

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Wilbur, Shawn P. , “Eliphalet Kimball—Chronological Bibliography,” The Libertarian Labyrinth, accessed November 21, 2017, http://library.libertarian-labyrinth.org/items/show/2477.