Author:Moncure Daniel Conway

Moncure Daniel Conway
(1832–1907)
American abolitionist, clergyman and author.
Moncure Daniel Conway

WorksEdit

  • Pilgrimage from Deism to Agnosticism, The in "The Free Review", Vol. I. October 1, 1893, pp.11-19.
  • Travels in South Kensington. With Notes on Decorative Art and Architecture in England
  • The Sacred Anthology
  • Tracts for To-day (1858)
  • The Natural History of the Devil (1859)
  • The Rejected Stone (1861)
  • The Golden Hour (1862)
  • Testimonies Concerning Slavery (1864)
  • The Earthward Pilgrimage (1870)
  • Republican Superstitions (1872)
  • Idols and Ideals (1871)
  • Demonology and Devil-lore (1878), in 2 vols. (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • A Necklace of Stories (1879)
  • Thomas Carlyle (1881)
  • The Wandering Jew (1881)
  • Emerson at Home and Abroad (1882)
  • Pine and Palm (1887), in 2 vols.
  • Life and Papers of Edmund Randolph (1888)
  • The Life of Thomas Paine with an unpublished sketch of Paine by William Cobbett (1892), in 2 vols.
  • Solomon and Solomonic Literature (1899)
  • My Pilgrimage to the Wise Men of the East (1906)

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