Cover

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Title Page, Copyright

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Contents

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pp. v-xiv

Translators

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p. xiii

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Preface

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p. xv

Volume 9 of the Collected Works of Karl Marx and Frederick Engels is the last in the group of three volumes which show the activities of the founders of scientific communism during the revolutionary years 1848 and 1849. It covers the period from March 6, 1849 to August 1849. Like volumes 7 and 8, this volume consists in the main of articles written by Marx and Engels for the Neue Rheinische Zeitung, an organ of German and European democracy, and in particular of its revolutionary proletarian...

Articles from The Neue Rheinische Zeitung

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pp. 1-2

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March 1-47

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pp. 3-168

Cologne, March 6. An Englishman is never more unhappy than when he does not know what to do with his money. Therein lies the secret of allgrandiose speculations, all profit-making enterprises, but it is alsothe secret of all bankruptcies, all financial crises and commercialIn 1840, 1841 and subsequent years, it was the new Asian markets,...

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March-April. 48-50

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pp. 169-184

Cologne, March 30. Ramorino's treachery has borne fruit. The Piedmontese army has been totally defeated at Novara and driven back to Borgomanero at the foot of the Alps.159 The Austrians have occupied Novara, Vercelli and Trino, and the road to Turin lies open to them. So far any more detailed information is lacking. But this much is certain: without Ramorino, who allowed the Austrians to drive a wedge between the different Piedmontese divisions and isolate some of them, the Austrian...

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April, 51-100

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pp. 185-367

The latest news completely confirms our report printed yesterday3 that the Magyars have advanced to the vicinity of Neograd. In the Miskolcz area, Görgey has broken through the dispositions of the imperial army and thereby—according to the Lithographierte Correspondenz from Vienna based on a message from Pest dated the 26th—forced...

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May, 101-141

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pp. 368-470

No reports of further victories. On the contrary, we hear now that the Austrians are retreating in the greatest confusion on all fronts. The brutal butcher Weiden has landed himself in a fine mess. He is as good as cut off from Vienna, and the only line of retreat still open to him is that to Styria via Vesprim, along the Plattensee and through the pathless mountains. Wohlgemuth, completely cut off from the main body of the army, is in a totally indefensible...

Articles and Statements

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pp. 471-472

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May-July, 142-146

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pp. 473-484

The esteemed Editorial Board of the Frankfurter Journal is requested to print the following statement in its newspaper in large type and in a prominent position, and if this is only possible on payment for its insertion, please obtain the amount from Herr J . Weydemeyer, editor of the Neue Deutsche Zeitung....

Appendices

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pp. 485-530

Notes and Indexes

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pp. 531-532

Notes

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pp. 533-594

Name Index

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pp. 595-620

Index of Quoted and Mentioned Literature

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pp. 621-634

Index of Periodicals

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pp. 635-640

Subject Index

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pp. 641-659

Glossary of Geographical Names

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pp. 660-661