Aveling, Edward

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Epithet: called 'Alec Nelson', socialist and author

British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000765.0x00006c

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creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1887, 1887 British Library
creatorOf Marx, Eleanor. Archives 1865-1932.
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1889, 1889 British Library
referencedIn Vol. CVI (ff. 383). 1944-1950. n.d.includes:ff. 23-28 George Bernard Shaw, author: `What is my religious faith?': 1944: Mainly typewritten.ff. 43-49 George Bernard Shaw, author: 'Basic incomes and equal incomes': 1944?: Mainly typewritten.ff. 53..., 1944-1950 British Library
creatorOf Play by P. B. Marston, writer of plays; submitted: 1885Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1885, 1885 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1888, 1888 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1889, 1889 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1887, 1887 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1887, 1887 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1893, 1893 British Library
creatorOf Vol. IV (ff. 371). 1885-1887.Swan Sonnenschein and Company; publishers: Correspondence with G. B. Shaw of Swan Sonnenschein and Company (publishers): 1885-1892: Partly signed, printed and shorthand draft.includes:ff. 1-5 Henry Seymour, editor of '..., 1885-1887 British Library
referencedIn Vol. VIII (ff. 125). 1874-1888, preceded (f. 1) by a copy in John Burns's hand of a letter, 15 Sept. 1872, from Friedrich Engels to M. Maltman Barry, journalist.Trade Unions: Correspondence, speeches, etc., of J. Burns, M.P., rel.to: 1872-1905.includ..., 1872-1888 British Library
referencedIn BURNS PAPERS. Vol. LXV (ff. 206). (1) Letters to Richard Moore the Chartist from political associates; 1839-1873. Included (ff. 1-6, 8-14) are some letters, etc., 1839-1841, n.d., from Francis Place (d. 1854), apparently all to Moore except one (f. 3..., 1819-1905 British Library
referencedIn Vol.X (ff.375).July 1891-Oct.1892.Trade Unions: Correspondence, speeches, etc., of J. Burns, M.P., rel.to: 1872-1905.COUNTY OF London: Correspondence and papers of J. Burns as L.C.C. representative for Battersea: 1889-1905.includes:ff. 1, 28, 118, 20... British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1890, 1890 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1888, 1888 British Library
creatorOf Play by Edward Bibbins Aveling, called 'Alec Nelson'; socialist and author; submitted: 1888, 1888 British Library
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