Marx and Engels Collected Works Volume 7
Marx and Engels 1848

Marx, Karl; Engels, Friedrich
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Publisher:  Progress Publishers
First Published:  1848
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX6418

Includes articles from the Neue Rheinische Zeitung, June 1 - November 7, 1848.

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Table of Contents

1848

Preface xv
Demands of the Communist Party of Germany (Marx & Engels) 3
Letter to Etienne Cabet, Editor of the Populaire (Marx & Engels) 8
To the Committee of the German Democratic Society in Paris (Marx & Engels) 20
To the Editor of the Newspaper L'Alba (Marx) 11


Marx & Engels
Articles from the Neue Rheinische
Zeitung, June 1 — November 7, 1848
June
Statement of the Editorial Board of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 15
The Assembly at Frankfurt 16
Huser 20
The Latest Heroic Deed of the House of Bourbon 24
The Democratic Party 27
Camphausen's Statement at the Session of May 30 30
Defeat of the German Troops at Sundewitt 34
Questions of Life and Death 36
The Camphausen Government 39
The Question of Union 41
The War Comedy 42
The Reaction 45
Comite de surete generale in Berlin 46
Programmes of the Radical-Democratic Party and of the Left at Frankfurt. 48
The Agreement Debates in Berlin 53
The Agreement Debates 57
The Question of the Address 62
A New Partition of Poland 64
The Shield of the Dynasty 66
Cologne in Danger 68
An Admission of Incompetence by the Assemblies of Frankfurt and Berlin 72
The Berlin Debate on the Revolution 73
The Position of the Parties in Cologne 87
The Agreement Assembly of June 15 89
The Prague Uprising 91
Valdenaire's Arrest-Sebaldt 94
The Agreement Assembly Session of June 17 96
The Stupp Amendment 101
A New Policy in Posen 104
The Downfall of the Camphausen Government 106
The Downfall of the Camphausen Government 107
The First Deed of the German National Assembly in Frankfurt 109
The Hansemann Government 111
The Neue Berliner Zeitungen on the Chartists 113
Threat of the Gervinus Zeitung 115
Patow's Redemption Memorandum 117
The Democratic Character of the Uprising 119
News from Paris 121
Reichensperger 122
News from Paris 123
Details about the 23rd of June 124
News from Paris 128
The Northern Star about the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 129
The 23rd of June 130
The 24th of June 134
The 25th of June 139
The June Revolution 144
July
The Kolnische Zeitung on the June Revolution 150
The June Revolution (The Course of the Paris Uprising) 157
Germany's Foreign Policy 165
Marrast and Thiers 168
The Agreement Debates 170
Arrests 176
Arrests 177
The Agreement Debates 180
Legal Proceedings against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 186
The Berlin Agreement Debates 189
The Government of Action 194
The Agreement Debate 195
The Ministerial Crisis 199
The Agreement Session of July 4 (Second Article) 200
Legal Proceedings against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 208
German Foreign Policy and the Latest Events in Prague 212
The Agreement Debates of July 7 216
Herr Forstmann on the State Credit 223
The Agreement Debates 226
The Debate on Jacoby's Motion 232
The Suppression of the Clubs in Stuttgart and Heidelberg 248
The Prussian Press Bill 250
The Faedreland on the Armistice with Denmark 253
The Civic Militia Bill 256
The Armistice with Denmark 266
The Armistice "Negotiations" 270
The Concordia of Turin 271
The Agreement Debates on the District Estates (Agreement Session of July 18) 273
The Bill on the Compulsory Loan and Its Motivation 278
Armistice Negotiations with Denmark Broken Off 287
The Dissolution of the Democratic Associations in Baden 288
The Bill Proposing the Abolition of Feudal Obligations 290
August
The Kolnische Zeitung on the State of Affairs in England 296
The Agreement Debate about the Valdenaire Affair 301
The Milan Bulletin 305
The Russian Note 307
Miscellaneous 314
Bakunin 315
The Hansemann Government and the Old-Prussian Criminal 317
The Kolnische Zeitung on the Compulsory Loan 319
Proudhon's Speech against Thiers 321
Dr. Gottschalk 325
Debate about the Existing Redemption Legislation 327
The "Model State" of Belgium 333
The Frankfurt Assembly Debates the Polish Question 337
The Danish Armistice and Hansemann 382
The German Citizenship and the Prussian Police 385
The Italian Liberation Struggle and the Cause of Its Present Failure 388
Charles Albert's Betrayal 390
The Attempt to Expel Schapper 390
Geiger and Schapper 393
The Kolnische Zeitung about Italy 395
The Zeitungs-Halle on the Rhine Province 399
September
Mediation and Intervention. Radetzky and Cavaignac 402
The Antwerp Death Sentences 404
The Conflict between Marx and Prussian Citizenship 407
The Danish Armistice 411
Editorial Note Accompanying the Article "The Financial Project" 416
The Fall of the Government of Action 417
His Successors 420
The Danish-Prussian Armistice 421
Arrests 426
The Crisis and the Counter-Revolution 427
Army Order, Election Candidates, Semi-Official Comments on Prussian Ambiguity 434
Freedom of Debate in Berlin 436
Ratification of the Armistice 439
The Uprising in Frankfurt 442
The Faedreland on the Armistice 446
The Government of the Counter-Revolution 448
The Cologne Committee of Public Safety 450
Public Prosecutor Hecker Questions People Who Had Attended the Worringen Meeting 451
Counter-Revolution in Cologne 452
An Attempt to Arrest Moll 454
State of Siege in Cologne 455
October
Editorial Statement Concerning the Reappearance of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 456
Revolution in Vienna 457
The Latest News from the "Model State" 459
The "Revolution of Cologne" 462
The Pfuel Government 466
Thiers' Speech Concerning a General Mortgage Bank with a Legal Rate 467
The Frankfurter Oberpostamts-Zeitung and the Viennese Revolution 472
Reply of the King of Prussia to the Delegation of the National 474
Reply of Frederick William IV to the Delegation of the Civic 476
The Reforme on the June Insurrection 478
English-French Mediation in Italy 480
The "Model Constitutional State" 482
Public Prosecutor " Hecker" and the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 485
November
"Appeal of the Democratic Congress to the German People" 490
The Paris Reforme on the Situation in France 493
The Viennese Revolution and the Kolnische Zeitung 496
The Latest News from Vienna, Berlin and Paris 498
Our Bourgeoisie and Dr. Nuckel 500
News from Vienna 501
The Victory of the Counter-Revolution in Vienna 503
From Paris to Berne (Engels) 507

I. Seine and Loire
511

II. Burgundy
524
Appendices
Receipts of the Central Authority of the Communist League for Money Received and Paid Out 533
To All Workers of Germany 535
Marx's Application for Prussian Citizenship 537
Account of a Statement Made by Karl Marx to the Cologne Police 538
Prospectus for the Founding of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 539
Minutes of the Meeting of the Cologne Community of the Communist League 542
Articles of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung Company 543
Legal Investigation against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 554
Legal Proceedings against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 555
Report of the Speeches Made by Marx and Engels at the General Meeting of the Democratic Society in Cologne on August 4, 1848 556
Announcement of the Convocation of the Rhenish District Congress of Democratic Associations 560
The Legal Proceedings against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 561
Karl Marx to Police Superintendent Geiger 562
From the Minutes of the General Meeting of the Democratic Society in Cologne Held on August 11,1848 564
Protest of the Democratic Society in Cologne against the Incorporation of Posen in the German Confederation 566
The Legal Investigation against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 568
Record of Engels' Speech at the Public Meeting of the First Congress of Rhenish Democrats Held at Cologne on August 13, 1848 . 569
Note in the Neue Rheinische Zeitung on Marx's Departure for 570
From a Newspaper Item Listing the Names of Visitors Who Had Just Arrived in Vienna 572
Newspaper Reports of Marx's Speech in the Vienna Democratic Association on August 28, 1848 573
Newspaper Reports of Marx's Speech in the First Workers' Association of Vienna on August 30,1848.
Report of Marx's Lecture on Wage Labour and Capital at the Meeting of the First Workers' Association of Vienna on September 2, 1848 574
Report of Platoon Leader Mentes of the Cologne Civic Militia 575
Legal Proceedings against the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 576
Address to the German National Assembly in Frankfurt Adopted by a Public Meeting Held in Cologne on September 7,1848 577
Minutes of the Committee Meeting of the Cologne Workers' Association Held on September 11, 1848 579
Letter Written by von Kuhlwetter, Minister of the Interior, to Karl Marx
Mass Meeting and the Committee of Public Safety 581
Mass Meeting in Worringen 582
Decision of the Mass Meeting 586
Announcement of the Responsible Publishers of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 588
Announcement of the Responsible Publishers of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung
Invitation to Subscribe to the Neue Rheinische Zeitung 590
Warrant for the Arrest of Heinrich Burgers and Friedrich Engels 593
Black List 594
From the Minutes of the Committee Meeting of the Cologne Workers' Association on October 16, 1848. Entry of Marx's Speech in Connection with His Assumption of the Presidency 595
From the Minutes of the General Meeting of the Cologne Workers' Association on October 22, 1848 597
From the Minutes of the Committee Meeting of the Cologne Workers' Association on November 6, 1848. Entry Relating to Marx's Report on the Events in Vienna 598
Notes & Indexes
Notes 601
Name Index 654
Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature 681
Index of Periodicals 693
Subject Index 699
Illustrations
Demands of the Communist Party in Germany, leaflet published in Cologne in 1848 5
First page of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung No. l 21
First page of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung containing Marx's article "The June Revolution" 145
Plan of Paris in June 1848 146-7
Passport used by Karl Marx in 1848 and 1849 408-9
First page of Engels' travel notes "From Paris to Berne" 509
Map sketched by Engels, showing his route from Auxerre to Le Locle 508-9
Articles of the Neue Rheinische Zeitung Company 545

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