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Marx & Engels On Ireland


Source: Marx & Engels on Ireland and the Irish Question. Progress Press. Additional letters not in that collection are marked with an asterisk;
Transcribed: Einde O’Callaghan and Andy Blunden.


Letters from London. By Frederick Engels
The Condition of the Working-Class in England. By Frederick Engels
    From the Chapter: The Great Towns;
    From the Chapter: The Agricultural Proletariat;
From [The Commercial Crisis in England- Chartist Movement- Ireland]. By Engels
[The Coercion Bill for Ireland and the Chartists]. By Frederick Engels
Feargus O’Connor and the Irish People. By Frederick Engels
From [The Speech on the Polish Question. February 22, 1848]. By Karl Marx
From Cologne is in Danger. By Frederick Engels
From Elections- Financial Clouds- The Duchess of Sutherland and Slavery. By Karl Marx
From Forced Emigration- Kossuth and Mazzini- The Refugee Question- Election Bribery in England- Mr. Cobden. By Karl Marx
The Indian Question- Irish Tenant Right. By Karl Marx
From Financial Failure of Government- Cabs- Ireland- Russian Question. By Marx
From Financial Failure of Government — Cabs — Ireland — The Russian Question. By Karl Marx
From The War Question- British Population and Trade Returns- Doings of Parliament. By Karl Marx
From Lord Palmerston. By Karl Marx
From [The Blue Books- Parliamentary Debates of Feb 6- The Irish Brigade]. By Marx
Ireland’s Revenge. By Karl Marx
[From Parliament] (Excerpt). By Karl Marx
From Lord John Russell. By Karl Marx
Engels To Marx. May 23, 1856
From The Question of the Ionian Islands. By Karl Marx
The Excitement in Ireland. By Karl Marx
From Population, Crime and Pauperism. By Karl Marx
From The Crisis in England. By Karl Marx
From English Humanism and America. By Karl Marx
From Chapter XXV of Capital, Vol. I. By Karl Marx.
Section 5. Illustrations of the General Law of Capitalist Accumulation
From Chapter XXXVII of Capital, Vol. III. By Karl Marx
The Fenian Prisoners at Manchester and the International Working Men’s Association. By Karl Marx
[Notes for an Undelivered Speech On Ireland]. By Karl Marx
[Outline of a Report on the Irish Question to the Communist Educational Association of German Workers in London. December 16, 1867]. By Karl Marx
[Record of a Speech On the Irish Question Delivered By Karl Marx to the German Workers’ Educational Association in London on December 16, 1867]
Excerpts from Letters On Ireland, Written between 1867 and 1868
Marx to Sigfrid Meyer. 30 April 1867*
Marx To Ludwig Kugelmann. October 11, 1867
Marx To Engels. November 2, 1867
Engels To Marx. November 5, 1867
Marx To Engels. November 7, 1867
Engels To Ludwig Kugelmann. November 20, 1867
Engels To Marx. November 24, 1867
Marx to Engels. 28 November 1867*
Engels To Marx. November 29, 1867
Marx To Engels. November 30, 1867
Marx To Engels. December 14, 1867
Engels To Marx. December 19, 1867
Marx To Engels. March 16, 1868
Marx to Ludwig Kugelmann. 6 April 1868*
[On the Refusal By the English Press to Take Notice of the Growth of Sympathy with Ireland among English Workers and on the Opening of the Debate on the Irish Question (Record of the Speech and Content of the Letter. From the Minutes of the General Council Meetings of October 26 and November 9, 1869)]. By Karl Marx
On the Policy of the British Government with respect to the Irish Prisoners, November 16, 1869. By Karl Marx
On the Policy of the British Government with respect to the Irish Prisoners, November 23 and 30, 1869. By Karl Marx
On the Significance of the Irish Question, December 14, 1869. By Karl Marx
From Confidential Communication. By Karl Marx
The English Government and the Fenian Prisoners. By Karl Marx
[Record of Karl Marx’s Speech Concerning the “Bee-Hive” Newspaper (From the Minutes of the General Council Meeting of April 26, 1870)]
History of Ireland. Natural Conditions. Ancient Ireland.
From The Preparatory Material for the History of Ireland. By Frederick Engels.
Draft Plan. Notes for the History of Ireland. Chronology of Ireland. Varia on the History of the Irish Confiscations
Notes for the Preface to a Collection of Irish Songs. By Frederick Engels
Excerpts from Letters On Ireland written between 1868 and 1872
Marx to Engels. 10 October 1868*
Marx to Engels. 18 November 1868*
Marx To Engels. March 1, 1869
Engels To Marx. September 27, 1869
Engels To Marx. October 24, 1869
Marx to Engels. 30 October 1869*
Engels To Marx. November 1, 1869
Marx To Engels. November 6, 1869
Engels To Marx. November 17, 1869
Marx To Engels. November 18, 1869
Engels To Marx. November 19, 1869
Marx To Engels. November 26, 1869
Engels To Marx. November 29, 1869
Marx To Ludwig Kugelmann. November 29, 1869
Marx To Engels. December 4, 1869
Engels To Marx. December 9, 1869
Marx To Engels. December 10, 1869
Marx To Engels. December 17, 1869
Engels To Marx. January 19, 1870
Engels To Marx. January 25, 1870
Engels To Marx. February 17, 1870
Marx To Engels. February 19, 1870
Marx To Engels. March 5, 1870
Marx To Paul and Laura Lafargue. March 5, 1870
Engels To Marx. March 7, 1870
Marx To Engels. March 19, 1870
Marx To Sigfrid Meyer and August Vogt. April 9, 1870
Marx To Engels. April 14, 1870
Engels To Marx. April 15, 1870
Engels To Marx. May 15, 1870
Karl Marx To Jenny Marx (His daughter). May 31, 1870
Marx to Kugelmann. 27 June 1870*
Marx To Friedrich Adolf Sorge. November 29, 1871
Engels To Sigismund Borkheim. Beginning of March 1872
[Position of the International Working Men’s Association in Germany and England (From the Speech of September 22, 1871, at the London Conference)]. By Karl Marx
[Relations between the Irish Sections and the British Federal Council (Engels’s Record of His Report at the General Council Meeting of May 14, 1872)]
From The Report of the General Council to the Fifth Annual Congress of the International Workingmen’s Association held at The Hague. By Karl Marx
Letters from London. By Frederick Engels
From The International (Excerpt). By Frederick Engels
From The English Elections. By Frederick Engels
From Dialectics of Nature. By Frederick Engels
From Anti-Dühring. By Frederick Engels
From The Preparatory Notes to “Anti-Dühring.” By Frederick Engels
From American Food and the Land Question. By Frederick Engels
From Bismarck and the German Working Men’s Party. By Frederick Engels
From Synopsis of J. R. Green’s “History of The English People.” By Karl Marx
Jenny Longuet, née Marx. By Frederick Engels
Excerpts from Letters on Ireland, written between 1877 and 1882
Marx To Engels. August 1, 1877
Marx To John Swinton. November 4, 1880
Engels To Jenny Longuet. February 24, 1881
Engels To Eduard Bernstein. March 12, 1881
Marx To Jenny Longuet. April 11 1881
Engels To Eduard Bernstein. April 14, 1881
Marx To Jenny Longuet. April 29, 1881
Marx To Jenny Longuet. December 7, 1881
Marx To Engels. January 5, 1882
Engels To Karl Kautsky. February 7, 1882
Engels To Eduard Bernstein. May 3, 1882
Engels To Eduard Bernstein. June 26, 1882
Engels To Eduard Bernstein. August 9, 1882
The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State. By Frederick Engels
From An Interview with Engels published in the “New Yorker Volkszeitung”
From The Preface to the English Edition of “The Condition of the Working-Class in England.” By Frederick Engels
From The Peasant Question in France and Germany. By Frederick Engels
Excerpts from Letters on Ireland written between 1885 and 1894
To Wilhelm Liebknecht. December 1, 1885
To Johann Philipp Becker. December 5, 1885
To Eduard Bernstein. May 22, 1886
To Friedrich Adolf Sorge. June 18, 1887
To Florence Kelly-Wischnewetzky. February 22, 1888
To Wilhelm Liebknecht. February 29, 1888
To Friedrich Adolf Sorge. December 7, 1889
To August Bebel. January 23, 1890
To Nikolai Frantsevich Danielson. June 10, 1890
To Friedrich Adolf Sorge. February 11, 1891
To Friedrich Adolf Sorge. August 11, 1891
To Natalie Liebknecht. December 2, 1891
To Hermann Schluter. March 30, 1892
To Nikolai Frantsevich Danielson. June 18, 1892
To August Bebel. July 7, 1892
To August Bebel. January 24, 1893
To Friedrich Adolf Sorge. November 10, 1894
Supplement
The Irish State Prisoners. Sir George Grey and the International Working Men’s Association
Meeting of the Council and Members and Friends of the Association. November 19, 1867
Address of the Land and Labour League To the Working Men and Women of Great Britain and Ireland
Articles by Jenny Marx On The Irish Question
Declaration by the General Council of the International Working Men’s Association. Police Terrorism in Ireland
Council Meeting. May 14th, 1872
William Thorne and Eleanor Marx-Aveling To Samuel Gompers. January 25, 1891

 

Letters on Ireland and the Fenians