New York Tribune

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Date of beginning 1841
Date of end 1924

 Texts in New York TribuneAuthorDate of writing
Revolution and Counter-Revolution in GermanyKarl Marx
Friedrich Engels
The Chartists (August 10, 1852)Karl Marx2 August 1852
The Elections in England. Tories and WhigsKarl Marx6 August 1852
Corruption at Elections (August 20, 1852)Karl Marx20 August 1852
Political Consequences of the Commercial ExcitementKarl Marx12 October 1852
Pauperism and free trade. The approaching commercial crisisKarl Marx12 October 1852
Political Parties and ProspectsKarl Marx16 October 1852
Attempts to Form a New Opposition PartyKarl Marx16 October 1852
Movements of Mazzini and Kossuth. League with Louis Napoleon. Palmerston.Karl Marx19 October 1852
The Late Trial at CologneFriedrich Engels29 November 1852
Kossuth, Mazzini, and Louis NapoleonKarl Marx1 December 1852
Parliament. Vote of November 26th. Disraeli's BudgetKarl Marx10 December 1852
The Defeat of the Ministry (1852)Karl Marx17 December 1852
Lord PalmerstonKarl Marx1853
A reply to Kossuth's "secretary"Karl Marx4 January 1853
A Superannuated Administration. Prospects of the coalition ministry, &c.Karl Marx11 January 1853
Political Prospects. Commercial Prosperity. Case of StarvationKarl Marx14 January 1853
Elections. Financial Clouds. The Duchess of Sutherland and SlaveryKarl Marx21 January 1853
Capital Punishment. Mr. Cobden’s Pamphlet. Regulations of the Bank of EnglandKarl Marx28 January 1853
Defense. Finances. Decrease of the Aristocracy PoliticsKarl Marx8 February 1853
The Italian Insurrection British PoliticsKarl Marx11 February 1853
The Attack on Francis Joseph. The Milan Riot. British Politics. Disraeli's Speech. Napoleon's Will.Karl Marx22 February 1853
Parliamentary Debates. The Clergy Against Socialism. StarvationKarl Marx25 February 1853
The Turkish Question (March 1853)Friedrich EngelsMarch 1853
The Real Issue in Turkey (1853)Friedrich EngelsMarch 1853
British Politics. Disraeli. The Refugees.Mazzini in London. TurkeyKarl Marx
Friedrich Engels
March 1853
Forced Emigration. Kossuth and Mazzini. The Refugee Question. Election Bribery in England. Mr. CobdenKarl Marx4 March 1853
Kossuth and Mazzini. Intrigues of the Prussian Government. Austro-Prussian Commercial Treaty. The Times and the Refugees.Karl Marx18 March 1853
The London Press. Policy of Napoleon on the Turkish QuestionKarl Marx25 March 1853
The Rocket Affair. The Swiss Insurrection.Karl MarxApril 1853
The Berlin ConspiracyKarl Marx1 April 1853
The Berlin Conspiracy. London Police. Mazzini. Radetzky.Karl Marx8 April 1853
Feargus O'Connor. Ministerial Defeats. The Budget.Karl Marx19 April 1853
What is to become of Turkey in Europe?Friedrich Engels21 April 1853
Riot at Constantinople. German Table Moving. The BudgetKarl Marx22 April 1853
Political Position of the Swiss RepublicFriedrich Engels26 April 1853
Achievements of The MinistryKarl Marx27 April 1853
Affairs in Holland. Denmark. Conversion of the British Debt. India, Turkey and Russia.Karl Marx24 May 1853
Mazzini. Switzerland and Austria. The Turkish Question.Karl Marx27 May 1853
The Turkish Question. The Times. Russian Aggrandizement.Karl Marx31 May 1853
The Russian Humbug. Gladstone's Failure. Sir Charles Wood's East Indian Reforms.Karl Marx7 June 1853
The British Rule in IndiaKarl Marx10 June 1853
Revolution in China and in EuropeKarl Marx14 June 1853
English Prosperity. Strikes. The Turkish Question. India.Karl Marx17 June 1853
Turkey and Russia. Connivance of the Aberdeen Ministry with Russia. The Budget. Tax on Newspaper Supplements. Parliamentary CorruptionKarl Marx21 June 1853
The East India Company-Its History and ResultsKarl Marx24 June 1853
The Turkish War Question. The New-York Tribune in The House of Commons. The Government of IndiaKarl Marx5 July 1853
The Indian Question. Irish Tenant RightKarl Marx11 July 1853
The Russo-Turkish Difficulty. Ducking and Dodging of The British Cabinet. Nesselrode's Last Note. The East India Question.Karl Marx12 July 1853
Russian Policy Against Turkey. ChartismKarl Marx14 July 1853
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