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Serial Publications

Advocate of peace. CCSU Rare Books 172.4 A24, also available online

Bond of Brotherhood. London. Monthly, August 1846 - December 1867. (Superseded by Fireside Words). v. 3. no. 1. Aug. 1848 v. 4. no. l0. May 1850 n.s. no. 6-7 Jan. - Feb. 1851 n.s. no. 9-12 Apr. - Jul. 1851 n.s. no. 14 Sep. 1851 n.s. no. 28 Nov. 1852 n.s. no. 34 May 1853 n.s. no. 69 Apr. 1856 v. 16 no. 174 - 185 Jan. - Dec. 1865. CCSU Rare Books 289.5097 B866

Burritt's Citizen of the World. Philadelphia, v. 1 - 2, no. 12. January 1855 - December 1856. Library has v. 1. no. 10, October 1855 only. CCSU Rare Books 051 B971

The Christian Citizen. Worcester, Mass. Weekly, v. 1 - 8, Feb. 3, 1844 - 1851? (After Oct. 4, 1846 issue title changed to Burritt's Christian Citizen). Library has v. 5 - 7, 1848 - 1850. CCSU Rare Books

Fire-side Words. London, 1868. [superseded Bond of Brotherhood] Library has v. 1. no. 6, June 1868 only. Gift of Mrs. James B. Skinner.

Literary Geminae. A monthly magazine in English and French. Worcester, Mass. v. 1, no. l - ll, January 1839 - May 1840. Library has (v. 1. no. 2, 5, July, October 1839. CCSU Rare Books 051 L776, also available online

The North and South. On or after the lst of May 1858, a small weekly newspaper will be publishedd in New Britain... Prospectus only. One page. Blank portion used for a letter to Mr. J. Randall, November 8, 1858.

Olive Leaves. (see under first section of the Checklist) Burritt also carried on an Olive Leaf Mission, in which short articles on peace were sent, in many languages, to newspapers throughout Europe, for reprinting in their columns).

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