Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 19

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Works of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels[edit source]

Prefacexvii

January 1861 - June 1864[edit source]

German Movements (Engels)3
The American Question in England (Marx)7
The British Cotton Trade (Marx)17
The London Times and Lord Palmerston (Marx)21
The London Times on the Orleans Princes in America (Marx)27
The North American Civil War (Marx)32
The Civil War in the United States (Marx)43
The Crisis in England (Marx)53
British Commerce (Marx)57
Economic Notes (Marx)62
Intervention in Mexico (Marx)66
The intervention in Mexico (Marx)71
Monsieur Fould (Marx)79
France's Financial Situation (Marx)82
The Dismissal of Frémont (Marx)86
The Trent Case (Marx)89
The Anglo-American Conflict (Marx)92
The News and Its Effect in London (Marx)95
The Principal Actors in the Trent Drama (Marx)101
Controversy over the Trent Case (Marx)105
Progress of Feeling in England (Marx)110
The Crisis over the Slavery Issue (Marx)115
American Matters (Marx)117
A Slander Trial (Marx)120
The Washington Cabinet and the Western Powers (Marx)124
The Opinion of the Newspapers and the Opinion of the People (Marx)127
French News Humbug. Economic Consequences of War (Marx)131
Pro-American Meeting (Marx)134
English Public Opinion (Marx)137
More on Seward's Suppressed Dispatch (Marx)143
A Coup d'Etat by Lord John Russell (Marx)145
Statistical Observations on the Railway System (Marx)149
A London Workers' Meeting (Marx)153
Anti-Intervention Feeling (Marx)157
On the Cotton Crisis (Marx)160
English (Marx)163
The Parliamentary Debate on the Address (Marx)167
The Mexican Imbroglio (Marx)172
American Affairs (Marx)178
The Secessionists' Friends in the Lower House. Recognition of the American Blockade (Marx)182
The American Civil War (Marx & Engels)186
  • I
186
  • II
  • 191
    An International Affaire Mires (Marx)196
    The English Press and the Fall of New Orleans (Marx)199
    A Treaty Against the Slave Trade (Marx)202
    The Situation in the American Theatre of War (Marx & Engels)204
    English Humanity and America (Marx)209
    The American Civil War and the Ironclads and Rams (Engels)213
    Chinese Affairs (Marx)216
    A Scandal (Marx)219
    A Suppressed Debate on Mexico and the Alliance with France (Marx)223
    A Criticism of American Affairs (Marx)226
    Russell's Protest Against American Rudeness. The Rise in the Price of Grain. On the Situation in Italy (Marx)230
    Abolitionist Demonstrations in America (Marx)233
    A Meeting for Garibaldi (Marx)236
    Workers' Distress in England (Marx)239
    A Note on the Amnesty (Marx)243
    Garibaldi Meetings. The Distressed Condition of Cotton Workers (Marx)245
    Comments on the North American Events (Marx)248
    Bread Manufacture (Marx)252
    The Situation in North America (Marx)256
    Symptoms of Disintegration in the Southern Confederacy (Marx)260
    The Election Results in the Northern States (Marx)263
    The Dismissal of McClellan (Marx)266
    English Neutrality. The Situation in the Southern States (Marx)270
    Letter to the Editors of the Berliner Reform (Marx)273
    Kinglake on the Battle of the Alma (Engels)274
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  • [II]
  • 278
  • III
  • 281
    Artillery News from America (Engels) 289
    • I
    289
  • II
  • 293
    Proclamation on Poland by the German Workers' Educational Society in London (Marx)296
    The English Army (Engels)298
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  • 301
  • II
  • 303
  • III
  • 309
    The Strength of the Armies in Schleswig (Engels)317
    Obituary (Marx & Engels)320
    England's Fighting Forces as against Germany (Engels)321

    From the Preparatory Materials[edit source]

    Ground Rent (Marx)329
    Biographical Notes on Wilhelm Wolff (Marx)335

    Appendices[edit source]

    Application by Marx for Restoration of His Prussian Citizenship339
    Marx's Statement on the Restoration of His Prussian Citizenship341
    Marx's Statement on the Rejection of His Application for Restoration Of His Prussian Citizenship345
    Answer to Marx's Application for Restoration of His Prussian Citizenship353
    Marx's Application for Naturalisation and Right of Domicile in Berlin355
    Letter from Marx to Police President von Zedlitz357
    Power of Attorney Given by Marx to Ferdinand Lassalle for the Restoration of His Prussian Citizenship359
    To the Directorate of the Schiller Institute360
    Power of Attorney Issued by Marx to Engels to Take Over Wilhelm Wolff's Estate363

    Illustrations[edit source]

    United States of America on the Eve of the Civil War of 1861-65 (map)32-3
    The course of operations in the USA in 1861-1862 (map)256-7
    First page of Engels's manuscript of "The English Army"299
    Beginning of Marx's notes for a lecture on ground rent331