|←Author Index: Br||Charles Bradlaugh
|English activist, secularist, Member of Parliament|
- A Few Words about the Devil: And Other Biographical Sketches and Essays, 1874 https://archive.org/details/afewwordsaboutd00bradgoog external source]
- AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CHARLES BRADLAUGH. A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE DEVIL. NEW LIFE OF DAVID. NEW LIFE OF JACOB. NEW LIFE OF ABRAHAM. NEW LIFE OF MOSES. NEW LIFE OF JONAH. WHO WAS JESUS CHRIST? WHAT DID JESUS TEACH? THE TWELVE APOSTLES. THE ATONEMENT. WERE ADAM AND EVE OUR FIRST PARENTS? A PLEA FOR ATHEISM. IS THERE A GOD? HAS MAN A SOUL? LABOR'S PRAYER. POVERTY: ITS EFFECTS ON THE PEOPLE. WHY DO MEN STARVE? THE LAND QUESTION.
- Political Essays, 1887 external source
- THE IMPEACHMENT OF THE HOUSE OF BRUNSWICK. THE REAL REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE. JOHN CHURCHILL, DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH. MR. GLADSTONE OR LORD SALISBURY: WHICH? FIVE DEAD MEN WHOM I KNEW WHEN LIVING. CROMWELL AND WASHINGTON. THE LAND, THE PEOPLE, AND THE COMING STRUGGLE.
- Speeches, 1890
- Labor Questions and Socialism, 1895
- The Eight Hours Movement. Do. do. (Debate with H. M. Hyndman). The Employers' Liability Bill. Capital and Labor. Parliament and the Poor: what the Legislature can do, and what it ought to do. Labor's Prayer. Some Objections to Socialism. Socialism : its Fallacies and Dangers. Socialism : For and Against (written discussion with Mrs. Besant). Will Socialism Benefit the English People?
- Theological Essays, 1895 external source
- Heresy: its Morality and Utility—A Plea and a Justification. Humanity's Gain from Unbelief. Supernatural and Rational Morality. Has Man a Soul? Is There A God? A Plea for Atheism. A Few Words about the Devil. Were Adam and Eve our First Parents? The New Life of Abraham. Jacob. Moses. David. Jonah. Who was Jesus Christ? What did Jesus Teach? The Twelve Apostles. The Atonement. When were our Gospels Written? Mr. Gladstone's Reply to Col. Ingersoll on Christianity. A Few Words on the Christian's Creed (Mr. Bradlaugh's first pamphlet).
- Miscellanies, 1899 external source
- AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CROMWELL AND WASHINGTON. FIVE DEAD MEN WHOM I KNEW WHEN LIVING (Robert Owen, Mazzini, J. S. Mill, Sitmneb, Ledru Rollin). FREEMASONRY. THE CHANNEL TUNNEL. FOUR LECTURES ON ANTHROPOLOGY. HINTS TO EMIGRANTS TO THE UNITED STATES.
- Biographies of Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers, 1858 external source
- Who Was Jesus Christ?, and What Did He Teach? (1860)
- The credibility and morality of the four Gospels (1860)
- A Plea for Atheism (1864)
- A Few Words About the Devil (1864)
- The Bible. What it is. 1870 external source
- The impeachment of the House of Brunswick (1875) [external source
- The Freethinker's Text-Book (1876)
- Five dead men who I knew when living: Robert Owen, Joseph Mazzini, Charles Sumner, J.S. Mill and Ledru Rollin, 1877 external source
- The Queen v. Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant, 1877 external source
- Biographies of ancient and modern celebrated freethinkers. (1877)
- Why do men starve? (1870s)
- Poverty: its effects on the political condition of the people (1870s)
- Fruits of philosophy: a treatise on the population question by Charles Knowlton, 1880 (ed.) external source
- The land, the people, and the coming struggle (1880)
- The True Story of My Parliamentary Struggle, 1882 external source
- Will socialism benefit the English people?, 1884 external source
- Mr. Gladstone or Lord Salisbury: Which? (1886)
- Taxation, how it originated, how it is spent, and who bears it, 1887 external source
- Compulsory cultivation of land: what it means, and why it ought to be enforced, 1887 external source
- The Channel Tunnel: Ought the Democracy to Oppose or Support It? (1887)
- Humanity's Gain from Unbelief (1889) external source
- The Right to Affirm (1889)
- Labor and law (London : R. Forder, 1891) external source
- Eight hours' movement : verbatim report of a debate between H. M. Hyndman and C. Bradlaugh with by Henry Mayers Hyndman, 1892 external source
- Man, Whence and How?
- Religion, What and Why?
- The Roberts-Bradlaugh Debate
- Reform or revolution (1870s)
Works about BradlaughEdit
- The autobiography of C. Bradlaugh: a page of his life written in 1873 for the "National reformer", 1879 external source
- The Biography of Charles Bradlaugh by Adolphe Headingley, 1880 external source
- "The Bradlaugh Scandals" in "Scenes" in the Commons by David Anderson, 1884 external source
- Annie Besant, Autobiographical Sketches, 1885.
- Life of Charles Bradlaugh, M.P. by Charles R Mackay, 1888 external source
- Charles Bradlaugh, a sketch of his life and work by Annie Wood Besant, 1891 external source
- Reminiscences of Charles Bradlaugh by George William Foote, 1891 external source
- Annie Besant, An Autobiography, 1893. Chapter 6, 'Charles Bradlaugh', et seq.
- Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner, Did Charles Bradlaugh Die an Atheist?, 1898.
- Charles Bradlaugh; by Hypatia Bradlaugh Bonner, 1894 vol 1, vol 2
- Bonner, Charles Bradlaugh (London, 1908)
- Freethinkers of the nineteenth century by Janet Elizabeth Hogarth Courtney, 1920 external source
- Autobiography by Annie Besant, 1920 external source
- "Bradlaugh, Charles," in Dictionary of National Biography Supplement, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1901) in 3 vols.
- "Charles Bradlaugh," in Eminent English liberals in and out of Parliament, by John Morrison Davidson (1880)