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  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Sermon, Delivered in the Universalist Church, Southold, L. I.,” Universalist Union 5, no. 41 (August 29, 1840): 641-644.
  • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion
    • G, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 14 (n.d.): 216-217.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 17 (March 12, 1842): 257-261.
    • Editor, “Note on ‘The Southold Discussion’,” Universalist Union 7, no. 17 (March 12, 1842): 264.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 18 (March 19, 1842): 273-277.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 19 (March 26, 1842): 289-294.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 20 (April 2, 1842): 305-310.
    • Joshua King Ingalls and Joseph Henson, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 22 (April 16, 1842): 337-342.
    • Editor, “Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 22 (April 16, 1842): 345.
    • Editor, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 27 (May 21, 1842): 424.
    • Editor, “The Southold Discussion,” Universalist Union 7, no. 28 (May 28, 1842): 448.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Homo, Alias Rev. A. Welton,” Universalist Union 7, no. 30 (June 11, 1842): 466-468.
    • Inquirer, “‘Homo,’ Again,” Universalist Union 7, no. 32 (June 25, 1842): 505.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Conference at Huntington, L. I.,” Universalist Union 7, no. 32 (June 25, 1842): 500-501.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Who Will Be an Oberlin? Who Will Go to New Jersey?,” Universalist Union 8, no. 11 (January 28, 1843): 167.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Incidents by the Way,” Universalist Union 8, no. 35 (July 15, 1843): 557-559.
    • A. C. Barray. "My Own Matters." Universalist Union. VIII, 40 (August 19, 1843) 652. [Response to Ingalls]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Another Renunciation,” Universalist Union 8, no. 52 (November 11, 1843): 829-831.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Occasional Sermon, Delivered before the Southern Association, at Stratford, Conn., May 15, 1844,” Universalist Union 9, no. 6 (June 22, 1844): 497-502.
  • Miracles: Are they Natural or Supernatural. Universalist Union. XII, IX (No. 49, October 16, 1847), 779-782.
  • [material in The Landmark, 1848]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Wants of the Age," Univercoelum, 1 (December 25, 1847), 49-51.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Stratification of Universalism," Univercoelum, 1 (January 1, 1848), 75.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Idea of Immortality: Its Development and Progress," Univercoelum, 1 (January 22, 1848), 90-91.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Social Guaranty, Univercoelum, 1 (February 26, 1848).
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Divine Gift, Impartial and Immutible," Univercoelum, 1 (March 4, 1848), 75.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Reforms Fragmentary," The Univercoelum, 2, ?? (??, 1848) 41-??.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Land Reform, Moral Argument," The Univercoelum, 2, ?? (??, 1848) 151-??.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Profession,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 12 (August 19, 1848): 186.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Competition,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 16 (August 16, 1848): 249-250.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Editorial Correspondence," The Univercoelum, 2, 22 (October 28, 1848) 345-346.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Capital and Association,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 2, no. 23 (November 4, 1848): 362.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Motives for Reform," The Univercoelum, 2, 25 (November 18, 1848) 392. [citation details probable, based on volume index; pp 368-413 missing]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Uprightness the only Path to Safety, A Sermon Delivered in the Unitarian Church, Southington, Conn., Jan. 7, 1849,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 3, no. 13 (February 24, 1849): 193-195.
  • J. K. I., "The Physical and Social Structure," Univercoelum3, 14, (March 3, 1849) 216-217; 3, 15 (March 10, 1849) 232-?.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Review: Labor and Other Capital,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 3, no. 21 (April 21, 1849): 321-323.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Review: Labor and Other Capital,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 3, no. 22 (April 28, 1849): 337-339.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "The Industrial Congress," The Univercoelum, 3, 24 (May 12, 1849) 377.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Lightning," The Univercoelum, 3, 24 (May 12, 1849) 377.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Protective Unions,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 4, no. 2 (June 9, 1849): 24-25.
  • [3 issues of Univercoelum missing in Google Books set]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Building Associations,” Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher 4, no. 5 (June 30, 1849): 72-73.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Creed,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 1 (July 15, 1849): 11-12. [1]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “The Grave of the Landless,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 8 (August 25, 1849): 113. [poem]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Man and Property, their Rights and Relations," The Spirit of the Age, I, 8 (August 25, 1849), 114-116. [2]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Man and His Rights," The Spirit of the Age, I, 9 (September 1, 1849), 130-131. [3]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Property and Its Rights,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 10 (September 8, 1849): 146-148.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Relations, Existing and Natural, between Man and Property,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 16 (October 20, 1849): 243-246.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Books—Their Sphere and Influence,” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 24 (December 15, 1849): 369-371.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Method of Transition for the Consideration of the True Friends of Human Rights and Human Progress," The Spirit of the Age, I, 25 (December 22, 1849), 385-387. [4]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Motives to Duty," The Spirit of the Age, II, 3 (January 19, 1850), 42-43. [5]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Co-operative Brotherhood," Spirit of the Age, II, 4 (January 26, 1850), 56-7. [6]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “A Practical Movement for Transition,” The Spirit of the Age 2, no. 13 (March 30, 1850): 202-204.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Photography," American People's Journal of Science, Literature, and Art, Jan 1850; 1, 1; pg. 42-44. [7]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Adjournment of the Fifth National Industrial Conference," New York Daily Tribune, June 17, 1850.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "The Exodus of Labor," The Shekinah, Vol. 1, 1852, p. 363-369.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Books—Their Sphere and Influence,” [reproduced in a letter from John Cushing], The Liberator 22, no. 16 (April 16, 1852): 64.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Memory and Compensation," The Shekinah, vol. 2 (1853): 229-235.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Power of Right," The Journal of Progress, I, 2 (May 7, 1853), 20-21.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Indestructibility of Right," The Journal of Progress, I, 3 (May 14 1853), 36-37.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Capital and Labor," The Journal of Progress, I, 6 (June 4, 1853), 85-86.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Capital and Labor," The Journal of Progress, I, 7 (June 11, 1853), 100-101.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Man and Property, their Rights and Relations (revised)," The Journal of Progress, I, 9 (June 25, 1853), 132-133.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Man and His Rights (revised)," The Journal of Progress, I, 10 (July 2, 1853), 145-147.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Property and Its Rights (revised)," The Journal of Progress, I, 11 (July 9, 1853), 1-3.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Relations, Existing and Natural, between Man and Property,” The Journal of Progress 1, no. 11 (July 9, 1853): 3.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Power of Right," The Spiritual Age, I (September 12, 1857), 77-78. [date given incorrectly in Martin as 1875]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “The Home: Woman its True Owner,” The Friend of Progress. 1, no. 2 (December, 1864): 52-54.
  • Francis Barry, "From Francis Barry to J. K. Ingalls," The Optimist, and Kingdom of Heaven, 3 (June 1867), 3.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Power of Money to Acumulate Value by Interest," The Revolution, December 24, 1868, 396-7.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Labor, Wages, And Capital. Division Of Profits Scientifically Considered," Brittan's Quarterly Journal, I (1873), 66-79.[8]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, ???, The Word, II (May, 1873), 3;
  • Joshua King Ingalls, ???, The Word, II (September, 1873), 1-2.
  • S. B. Brittan, "J. K. Ingalls," Brittan's Quarterly Journal, Vol. II (1874), No. 2, pp. 275-6. [9]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, ???, The Word, V (July, 1876) 1-2.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Land Reform: the Only Logical Solution to the Labor Question," The Word, V (August, 1876), 1.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Labor, Land, and Finance Reforms," The Word, V (December, 1876), 1.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "More About the Liberal Club," The American Socialist, May 24, 1877; 2, 21; 163. [10]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “The Wage Question,” The American Socialist 2, no. 38 (September 20, 1877): 298. [11]
  • Editor, "Reply To Mr. Ingalls," The American Socialist, Sep 20, 1877; 2, 38; 300. [12]
  • National Reform Association, Land and labor, their relations in nature how violated by monopoly, Princeton MA, 1877. [ILL]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, Periodical Business Crises. New York : Liberator (Co-operative) Print. and Pub. Co., 1878. 12 pages. [LOC, AAS]at Archive.org
  • Samuel Leavitt, "A Hotel and Cottage Association," The American Socialist, Jan 31, 1878; 3, 5. [13]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Work and Wealth,” The Radical Review 1, no. 4 (February 1878): 650-660.
  • ---. ---. Reprinted from "The Radical Review". New York, the Author, 1878(?). 13 pages.
  • ---. ---. Boston, B.R. Tucker, 1881. 13 pages.
  • The Proceedings and Addresses at the Freethinkers' Convention Held at Watkins, N. Y., August 22d, 23d, 24th, and 25th, '78] (New York: D. M. Bennett, 1878): 5-25. [14]
  • Ezra H. Heywood, ???, The Word, VII (April, 1880), 2.
  • Ezra H. Heywood, ???, The Word, VII (May, 1880), 3 [possibly 5/1882]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, Work and Wealth: an essay on the economics of socialism. London : International Pub. Co., 1881. 12 pages.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Positive Limitation of Property," The Word, IX (March, 1881), 1.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Henry George Examined," Liberty, Oct 14, 1882; 2, 1; 5. [15]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, Henry George examined : should land be nationalized or individualized? New York City : Published by the author, 1882. [reprint from Liberty, ] 16 pages.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Land Limitation and Taxation," Liberty, Nov 25, 1882; 2, 4; pg. 3. [16]
  • [The Word, X (October, 1882), 1.]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Relation of Labor to Land," in "Report of the Committee of the Senate upon the Relations between labor and Capital," Vol. 2 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1885).
  • Joshua King Ingalls, Social wealth: the sole factors and exact ratios in its acquirement and apportionment. New York : Social Science Pub. Co., 1885. 320 pages. at Archive.org
  • —-, —-. New York, The Truth Seeker Company, 1885. vi, [7]-320 pages.
  • Edgeworth, "Economic Fallacies," Liberty, Dec 26, 1885; 3, 20; pg. 8. [17]
  • Edgeworth, "Land Nationalization," Liberty, Jan 23, 1886; 3, 22; pg. 8. [18]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, "On Picket Duty," Liberty, Jul 17, 1886; 4, 6; pg. 1. [William Rowe obit]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, Economic Equities: a compend of the natural laws of industrial production and exchange. New York : Truth Seeker Co., 1887. 63 pages.
  •  ???, [biographical sketch], Social Science, I (September 28, 1887), 2-3.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Productivity of Capital," Social Science, I (October 5, 1887),12-13.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Social Science," Social Science, I, 39 (October 19, 1887), 8.
  • J. K. I., "Was this George's doing?" Liberty, Dec 3, 1887; 5, 9; pg. 5.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, ["Land Reform" - see Liberty entry below], The Truth Seeker, April 28, 1888, p. 258.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, ["Land Reform" - see Liberty entry below], The Truth Seeker, May 5, 1888, p. 278.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Land Reform in 1848 and 1888," Liberty, Jun 9, 1888; 5, 22; pg. 5 [excerpts from 2-part article in the Truth Seeker] [19]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, [editorial note], Liberty, Jun 23, 1888; 5, 23; pg. 5 [JKI announces "Industrial Economy Lectures, lives in Glenora, NY]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "An Open Letter," The Woman's Tribune, Vol. 5, No. 50, November 3, 1888, p. 2-3. [to Francis E. Willard, W.C.T.U. Editorial note on p. 4]
  • [Fair Play, I (January 19, 1889),4.]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Woman's Industrial Subjection.—No. 1.—Its Origin," The Woman's Tribune, February 23, 1889, p. 82. [20]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Woman's Industrial Subjection.—No. 2.—Its Gradual Development Under Governments of Force," The Woman's Tribune, March 23, 1889, p. 114-5. [21]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Woman's Industrial Subjection.—No. 3.—In Relation to Land Ownership," The Woman's Tribune, April 20, 1889, p. 147. [22]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Woman's Industrial Subjection.—No. 4.—In Exchanges of Labor and its Product," The Woman's Tribune, May 18, 1889, p. 174. [23]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Land and Taxation," The Woman's Tribune, June 1, 1889, p. 186-7.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Are We Lazy?" The Woman's Tribune, September 7, 1889, p. 241.
  • J. K. Ingalls, [letter], The Woman's Tribune, September 21, 1889, p. 255.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Increase: Economic or Tributary," Liberty, Oct 5, 1889; 6, 21; 6
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, "On Picket Duty," Liberty, Jun 7, 1890; 7, 3; 1
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Money Reform without Land Reform," Twentieth Century, October 16, 1890, 5-6.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Radical Social Science," Twentieth Century, November 13, 1890, 6-7.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Government Protection," Twentieth Century, December 25, 1890, 13.
  • [Fair Play, II (March 2,1890), 64-65; Fair Play, III (March 1891), 182-184; Fair Play, III (March, 1891), 211-214.]
  • J. K. Ingalls, Social industry, or, The sole source of increase. Sioux City, Iowa : Printed for the Author by Fair Play Pub. Co., 1891. 11 pages. [24]
  • J. K. Ingalls, The Unrevealed Religion: an address delivered in Union Hall, Glenora, New York, January, 1891. Sioux City, Iowa : Printed for the author by Fair Play Pub. Co., 1891. 24 pages. [25]
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Earned and Unearned Increase," Twentieth Century, January 8, 1891, 6-7.
  • "Land Reform and Money Reform," Liberty, February 7, 1891; 7, 21; 1
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, "On Picket Duty," Liberty, Feb 7, 1891; 7, 21; 1
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, "On Picket Duty," Liberty, February 21, 1891; 7, 22; 1
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Another Consistent Anti-Monopolist," Liberty, February 21, 1891; 7, 22; 3
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Economic Equivoques," Twentieth Century, March 5, 1891, 5.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Reminiscences of Francis M. Smith," Twentieth Century, April 16, 1891, 13-14.
  • J. W. S[ullivan]., [notice of J. K. Ingalls, The Unrevealed Religion], Twentieth Century, May 28, 1891, 15.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "A Plain Demand," Twentieth Century, June 11, 1891, 14.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Terms with Many Meanings," Twentieth Century, June 15, 1891, 5.
  • J. K. Ingalls, review of J. Wilson, "Radical Wrongs, in the Practices and Precepts of Civilized Man," Twentieth Century, December 10, 1891, 16.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “What Is Economic Rent?,” The Twentieth Century 9, no. 26 (December 29, 1892): 6-8.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "The Two Rents Contrasted," Twentieth Century, February 9, 1893, p. 5-6.
  • "The Sociological Index," Liberty, Feb 18, 1893; 9, 25; pg. 4 [notice of Ingalls, "The Two Rents Contrasted," Twentieth Century, Feb 9, 1893.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Shifting the Land Value Tax," Twentieth Century, March 9, 1893, p. 7-9.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Taxation, What it Is and on Whom it Falls," Twentieth Century, April 6, 1893, p. 4-5.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Two Object Lessons in Equity," Liberty, May 20, 1893; 9, 38; pg. 3
  • T, "A New Conception of Interest," Liberty, Jun 10, 1893; 9, 41; pg. 3
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Interest Just and Unjust," Liberty, Jun 10, 1893; 9, 41; pg. 1
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Forecasts of the Land Question," Twentieth Century, August 3, 1893, 4-7. [26]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Correspondence—Paper Money,” The Twentieth Century 11, no. ?? (September 14, 1893): 14. [27]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Laborer and the Capitalist," Twentieth Century, August 3, 1893, 7-8. [28]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Finance and Legislation," Twentieth Century, December 14, 1893, 8-9. [29]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Can Economic Factors Be Exchanged?,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 1 (January 4, 1894): 8-9. [30]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Facts and Fallacies in Finance," Twentieth Century, January 18, 1894, 4-7. [31]
  • Hugo Bilgram, "Interest is Unjust," Liberty, Mar 10, 1894; 9, 48; pg. 11
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Property Rights in Debt and Contract,” The Twentieth Century 12, no. 15 (April 12, 1894): 8-9.
  • I. K. Ingalls [sic], letter, The Woman's Tribune, Vol. 11, No. 23, May 12, 1894, p. 91. [32]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Legal Enforcement of Contracts," Twentieth Century, May 17, 1894, 9-10.
  • I. K. Ingalls [sic], "Legal Enforcement of Contracts," Union Pacific Employes Magazine, Vol. IX, No. 9, June, 1894, p. 142-3. [reprint from Twentieth Century]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, letter, Twentieth Century, XII, 24 (June 7, 1894), 13-14. [33]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Address to Commonwealers,” The Twentieth Century 13, no. 2 (July 12, 1894): 11.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Industrial Wars and Governmental Interference," The Twentieth Century, **, ** (September 6, 1894), 11-12. [34]
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, "On Picket Duty," Liberty, Nov 17, 1894; 10, 14; pg. 1 [JKI on Lucifer]
  • T, "Narrowing the Issue," Liberty, Dec 15, 1894; 10, 16; pg. 2
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Unescapable Interest," Liberty, Dec 15, 1894; 10, 16; pg. 4
  • T, "Narrowing the Interest Issue," Liberty, Jan 26, 1895; 10, 19; pg. 4
  • J. K. I., "Judicial Encroachment," Liberty, Jan 26, 1895; 10, 19; 6.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "The Interest Question Narrowed to a Point," Liberty, Mar 9, 1895; 10, 22; pg. 4
  • T, "The Vanishing Point Reached," Liberty, May 4, 1895; 10, 26; pg. 4
  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Point of the Interest Question," Liberty, May 4, 1895; 10, 26; pg. 6
  • Benjamin R. Tucker, [editorial note], Liberty, Mar 21, 1896; 11, 23; pg. 4. [final, derisive mention of Ingalls in Liberty]
  • Joshua King Ingalls, Reminiscences of an octogenarian in the fields of industrial and social reform. New York : M.L. Holbrook ; London : L.N. Fowler, 1897. viii, [3]-198 pages.
  • J. K. Ingalls, "Increase of Wealth. Is It Due to Labor or Capital?" Lucifer 3rd series, 1 no. 52 (December 29, 1897): 2.
  • Joshua King Ingalls, “Tolstoi on Henry George and Single Tax,” The Twentieth Century 20, no. 11 (March 12, 1898): 9-12.
  • [16 letters in Joseph Ishill collection, Harvard]

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