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Author:Catharine Macaulay

Catharine Macaulay
(1731–1791)
English historian, feminist and activist
Catharine Macaulay

WorksEdit

  • The History of England from the Accession of James I to that of the Brunswick Line:
  • Loose Remarks on Certain Positions to be found in Mr. Hobbes's 'Philosophical Rudiments of Government and Society', with a Short Sketch of a Democratical Form of Government, In a Letter to Signor Paoli (1767).
  • Observations on a Pamphlet entitled 'Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Discontents' (1770). (external scan)
  • A Modest Plea for the Property of Copyright (1774).
  • An Address to the People of England, Scotland and Ireland on the Present Important Crisis of Affairs (1775).
  • The History of England from the Revolution to the Present Time in a Series of Letters to a Friend. Volume I (1778).
  • Treatise on the Immutability of Moral Truth (1783).
  • Letters on Education with Observations on Religions and Metaphysical Subjects (1790). Google Books
  • Observations on the Reflections of the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, on the Revolution in France (1790). (external scan)

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