Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 17

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Works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels[edit source]

1859-60[edit source]

Prefacexvii

October 1859-December 1860[edit source]

Letter to the Editor of the Allgemeine Zeitung (Marx)3
Statement to the Editors of Die Reform, the Volks-Zeitung and the Allgemeine Zeitung (Marx)4
Declaration (Marx)8
Prosecution of the Augsburg Gazette (Marx)10
To the Editors of the Volks-Zeitung. Declaration (Marx)12
To the Editor of the Daily Telegraph (Marx)14
To the Editors of the Augsburg Allgemeine Zeitung (Marx)16
To the Editors of Die Reform (Marx)18
Declaration (Marx)19
Herr Vogt (Marx)21
  • Preface
25
  • I. The Brimstone Gang
  • 28
  • II. The Bristlers
  • 88
  • III. Police Matters
  • 48
  • 1. Confession
  • 48
  • 2. The Revolutionary Congress in Murten
  • 50
  • 3. Cherval
  • 55
  • 4. The Communist Trial in Cologne
  • 64
  • 5. Joint Festival of the German Workers Educational Associations in Laussane (June 26 and 27, 859)
  • 68
  • 6. Miscellany
  • 72
  • IV. Techow's Letter
  • 75
  • V. Imperial Regent and Count Palatine
  • 100
  • VI. Vogt and the Neue Rheinische Zeitung
  • 102
    • VII. The Augsburg Campaign
    111
  • VIII. Da-Da Vogt and his Studies
  • 133
  • IX. Agency
  • 184
  • X. Patrons and Accomplices
  • 214
  • XI. A Lawsuit
  • 214
  • XII. Appendices
  • 296
  • 1. Schily's Expulsion from Switzerland
  • 296
  • 2. The Revolutionary Congress in Murten
  • 303
  • 3 Cherval
  • 304
  • 4. The Communist Trial in Cologne
  • 305
  • 5. Slanders
  • 312
  • 6. The War between Frogs and Mice
  • 313
  • 7. Palmerston-Polemic
  • 315
  • 8. Statement by Herr A. Scherzer
  • 316
  • 9. Blind's Article in The Free Press of May 27 1859
  • 317
  • 10. Herr Orges' Letters
  • 317
  • 11. Circular against K. Blind
  • 318
  • 12. Vogele's Affidavit
  • 317
  • 13. Wiehe's Affidavit
  • 319
  • 14. From the Trial Papers
  • 320
  • 15. Dentu Pamphlets
  • 324
  • 16. Postscript
  • 327
  • a) K. Vogt and La Cimentaire
  • 327
  • b) Kossuth
  • 327
  • c) Edmond Ahout's La Prusse en 1860
  • 328
    Affairs in France (Marx)330
    English Politics (Marx)335
    The New Treaty between France and England (Marx)341
    Military Reform in Germany (Engels)345
    The English Budget (Marx)350
    On Rifled Cannon (Engels)354
  • I
  • 354
  • II
  • 357
  • III
  • 361
  • IV
  • 361
    Public Feeling in Berlin (Marx)367
    Sicily and the Sicilians (Marx)370
    Preparations for Napoleon's Coming War on the Rhine (Marx)373
  • I
  • 373
  • II
  • 376
    Garibaldi in Sicily. Affairs in Prussia (Marx)381
    Garibaldi in Sicily (Engels)386
    The Emperor Napoleon III and Prussia (Marx)391
    Interesting from Prussia (Marx)397
    The British Volunteer Force (Engels)403
    British Commerce (Marx)406
    The State of British Manufacturing Industry (Marx)410
  • I
  • 410
  • II
  • 416
    Interesting from Sicily. Garibaldi's Quarrel with La Farina. A Letter from Garibaldi (Marx)421
    British Defenses (Engels)425
    Events in Syria. Session of the British Parliament. The State of British Commerce (Marx)429
    Could the French Sack London? (Engels)434
    The Russo-French Alliance (Marx)439
    The Paper Tax. The Emperor's Letter (Marx)444
    Garibaldi's Movements (Engels)449
    The New Sardinian Loan. The Impending French and Indian Loans (Marx)453
    The Sick Man of Austria (Engels)457
    The Crops in Europe (Marx)461
    Corn Prices. European Finances and War Preparations. The Oriental Question (Marx)465
    Garibaldi's Progress (Engels)471
    Garibaldi in Calabria (Engels)476
    British Commerce (Marx)479
    Russia Using Austria. The Meeting at Warsaw (Marx)484
    Affairs in Prussia. Prussia, France and Italy (Marx)488
    Preparations for War in Prussia (Engels)493
    Great Britain-A Money Stringency (Marx)497
    Austria-Progress of the Revolution (Engels)499

    From the Preparatory Materials[edit source]

    Extracts from Imre Szabo's Work The State Police of Modern Europe, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the Present Time. In Two Volumes, London, 1857 (Marx)505

    Illustrations[edit source]

    Title-page of the first edition of Herr Vogt by Karl Marx23
    Garibaldi's Expedition to Southern Italy (1860), Garibaldi's Advance in Sicily and His Landing on the Calabrian Coast (May-August 1860) (map)470-1
    First page of Marx's manuscript with extracts from Imre Szabo's work The State Police of Modern Europe, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth Century to the Present Time507