John
Passmore
Edwards
1823-1911

A FEW FOOTPRINTS

Bust of John Passmore Edwards

The Autobiography of John Passmore Edwards

Contents

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The first edition of this booklet was printed in August 1905, not for sale, but for private circulation, and for the reasons mentioned in the Introductory paragraph. An unexpected demand gave rise to a second edition with some additional facts and comments. Reproduced here are the individual chapters with authors footnotes and added illustrations.

Introductory
Early days
Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties
Mother and father
Old Hales
Some Trial Trips
Summer Sunsets
In a Lawyers Office
A Run for Life
From Blackwater to Manchester
In Manchester
In London
Internationalism
The Chartist Agitation and Physical Force
International Peace Congress
Also worth Remembering
A struggle, a failure and a triumph
Propagandist Pamphlets
The Romance of Trifles
A Barbaric Challenge
The "Echo"
Another Carlye Reminiscence

A Candidate for Parliament
In Parliament
Sowing and Reaping
Village Institutions
Hospitals
Convalescent Homes
Save the Children
Public Libraries
Technical Education
A Colony for Epileptics
Other Institutions
Campaigns in Cornwall
What some sages say
Some minor matters
In Memoriam
Cups of cold water
Presidentships
A Favorite Footprint
By the way
I believe
Conclusion
     
April 18, 2005
Acknowledgement of contributions and  copyright
© Dean Evans 2003