Not in Library "The Second Order of Logarithmic Integrals." The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal, Vol. 2. Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1847. 77f.
Not in Library Secret Hymns. Ed. F. W. Newman. Nottingham: Stevenson, Bailey, and Smith, 1892.
Available in Library Select Speeches of Kossuth. Ed. F. W. Newman. London: Trübner & Co., 1853.
Available in Library Seven Lectures on the Chief Forms of Ancient Nations. (n.d.; ca. 1845.) In Miscellanies 1: 146-277.
Available in Library Sin against God: An Anniversary Discourse, Preached at Clerkwell Unitarian Free Church, on Sunday Morning, June 6, 1875. London: Trubner and Co., 1875. Rpt. in Miscellanies 2: 294-300. Rpt. in Works 9: 69-76.
Available in Library "Sir G. C. Lewis on Early Roman History." Eclectic Review 10 [n.s.] (August 1855): 172-90. Rpt. as "On Sir G. Cornewall Lewis's Two Volumes of Inquiry into Early Rome," in Miscellanies 5: 32-50.
Available in Library "Solomon." In A Cyclopædia of Biblical Literature. Ed. John Kitto. 2 vols. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black; New York: Mark H. Newman, 1845. 2: 779-83.
Available in Library "Some Considerations concerning Psalm 51." The Modern Review 1 (April 1880): 439-42. Rpt. in Works 1: 365-67.
Available in Library The Soul, Her Sorrows and Her Aspirations: An Essay towards the Natural History of the Soul, as the True Basis of Theology. London: John Chapman, 1849. 2nd ed., London: Chapman, 1849; 3rd ed., London: Chapman, 1852; 4th ed., London: Chapman, 1852; 5th ed., London: Chapman, 1853; 6th ed., London: Chapman, 1858; 7th ed., London: G. Manwaring, 1862; 8th ed., London: Trübner and Co., 1868; 9th ed., London: Trübner, 1874; New [10th] ed., London: Trübner, 1877; rpt. Trübner, 1882. Rpt. in Works 2.
Not in Library Speech at the Clifton Meeting against the Contagious Diseases Acts, May 16th, 1870. Nottingham, 1870.
Not in Library Speech at the First Meeting of the London Dietetic Reform Society, 8 July 1874, printed in "Dietetic Reform" by T. L. Nichols, The Herald of Health, 1875; rpt. in Nichols, T. L., The Herald of Health: Papers on Sanitary and Social Science (London: Nichols and Co., 1881), 18-20.
Available in Library "The State and Prospects of Ireland." Prospective Review 3.9 (January 1847): 1-43.
Available in Library A State Church not Defensible on the Theory Espoused by Liberal Episcopalians. London: British Anti-State Church Association, 1845. Rpt. in Works 5: 1-24.
Available in Library "Stealthy and Fraudulent Legislation. Address on the Inauguration of the Vigilance Society, November 14, 1871." In Miscellanies 3: 319-26.
Available in Library "Stoics and Epicureans." In A Cyclopædia of Biblical Literature. Ed. John Kitto. 2 vols. Edinburgh: A. and C. Black; New York: Mark H. Newman, 1845. 2: 796-98.
Available in Library "The Strivings of Ancient Greece for Union." Fraser's Magazine 89 [o.s.] 9 [n.s.] (April 1874): 466-76. Rpt. as "Strivings of Greece for Union" in Miscellanies 5: 142-57.
Available in Library Substance of the Work Entitled Fruits and Farinacea the Proper Food of Man, by John Smith of Malton [1845]. Ed. Francis William Newman, for the Vegetarian Society. Manchester: John Heywood, 1873.
Not in Library Supplement to Studies in Æschylus, and Notes on Euripides. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, and Co., 1890.
Available in Library "Suspension Bridge." The Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 1 (1857): 383-92.
Available in Library "Table of the Descending Exponential Function to Twelve or Fourteen Places of Decimals." Transactions of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 13 (1883): 145-241.
Available in Library "Table of the Exponential Function ex to Twelve Places of Decimals." Communicated to the Cambridge Philosophical Society by Prof. Adams, October 31, 1887. The Cambridge Philosophical Society 6 (1889) 237-49.
Available in Library "The Tendencies of England." Westminster Review 58 [o.s.] 2 [n.s.] (July 1852): 110-28.
Available in Library The Text of the Iguvine Inscriptions, with Interlinear Latin Translation and Notes. London: Trübner and Co., 1864; London: A. Asher, for the Philological Society, 1864.
Not in Library The Theorems of Taylor and Maclaurin in a Finite Form. Oxford: Vincent, 1830.
Not in Library The Theory and Results of the Contagious Diseases' Acts of 1864, 1866, 1869. Bristol: Arrowsmith, 1870.
Not in Library "The Theory of Elliptical Integrals." Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 9 (1857): 704f.
Available in Library Theism, Doctrinal and Practical; or Didactic Religious Utterances. London: J. Chapman, 1858. Rpt. in Works 4.
Available in Library Thoughts on a Free and Comprehensive Christianity. Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1868. Rpt. in Works 5: 187-94.
Available in Library Thoughts on the Existence of Evil. 1841. Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1872. Rpt. as "On the Existence of Evil" in Miscellanies 2: 1-10. Rpt. in Works 8: 1-10.
Available in Library Thoughts on the Right Curriculum for National Schools: A Paper Read at the Social Science Congress, Plymouth and Devonport, September 1872. London, 1872.
Available in Library "Three Letters on 'Origen and Celsus.'" Fraser's Magazine 97 [o.s.] 17 [n.s.] (May 1878): 548-55. Rpt. in Works 9: 165-74.
Available in Library "To Develop (cos x)a in a Series of Cosines for All Values of a." The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 3 (1848): 61-3.
  "Toleration—The Pope's Encyclical." (See "Religious Toleration.")
Available in Library Translations of English Poetry into Latin Verse: Designed as a New Method of Instructing in Latin. London: Trübner and Co, 1868.
Available in Library "The True Grandeur of Nations." Prospective Review 2.7 (August 1846): 355-77. Abridged and rpt. as "Charles Sumner on the Grandeur of Nations" in Miscellanies 2: 11-22.
Available in Library "The True Temptation of Jesus." The Index 2.46 (18 November 1871): 361-62. Rpt., Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1872, and in Miscellanies 2: 228-40. Rpt. in Works 6: 23-36.
Available in Library The Two Theisms. London: Thomas Scott, 1872. Rpt. in The Index 5.218 (26 February 1874): 98-9, and in Miscellanies 2: 193-203. Rpt. in Works 8: 223-32.
Not in Library "University Reform." Prospective Review 5.17 (February 1849): 1-15.
Available in Library "Vaccination Viewed Politically." The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 1.3 (June 1879): 35.
Available in Library "Vegetarianism." Fraser's Magazine 91 [o.s.] 11 [n.s.] (February 1875): 156-72.
Available in Library "The Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation." Prospective Review 1.1 (February 1845): 49-82. Rpt. in Works 10: 21-48.
Available in Library "The Weakness of the Roman Empire." Fraser's Magazine 93 [o.s.] 13 [n.s.] (January 1876): 114-29. Rpt. in Miscellanies 5: 281-303.
Available in Library What is Christianity without Christ? London: Trübner and Co., 1881. Rpt. in Works 9: 207-26.
Available in Library "What Is Disestablishment and Disendowment?" Fraser's Magazine 96 [o.s.] 16 [n.s.] (August 1877): 241-46. Rpt. in Miscellanies 3: 425-32. Rpt. in Works 5: 249-56.
Available in Library "What Is Prostitution?" [ca. 1871.] In Miscellanies 3: 285-88.
Available in Library "What Was Primitive Christianity?" Fraser's Magazine 92 [o.s.] 12 [n.s.] (August 1875): 210-23. Rpt. in Works 6: 35-62.>
Available in Library "Why Do I Not Call Myself a Christian?" The Radical: A Monthly Magazine, Devoted to Religion 2.8 (April 1867): 501. Rpt. in The Impeachment of Christianity, by Francis E. Abbott (Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, n.d.), p. 11. Rpt. in Works 8: 135-36.
Not in Library Why the People Ought To Have a Veto on the Sale of Drink? Substance of a Speech Delivered in Bristol, April 1st, 1867. Manchester, 1867.
Available in Library Women's Wrongs. National Society for Women's Suffrage, Bristol and Clifton Branch. Bristol: I. Arrowsmith, 1870. Rpt. in Miscellanies 3: 189-91.
Available in Library "The Works of Aristotle." Eclectic Review 5 [n.s.] (March 1839): 285-312. Abridged and rpt. as "One Side of Plato" in Miscellanies 5: 1-11.
Available in Library "Works of Plato." Eclectic Review 67 (February 1838): 131-45.
Available in Library "Ein Worterbuch desjenigen Dialektes des Tema-schirht oder Tarkie, der von den Auelimmiden gesprochen wird." Appendix IV in Reifen und Entdeckungen in Nord- und Central-Afrika in den Jahren 1849 bis 1855, by Heinrich Barth. Gotha: Justus Perthes, 1858. 588-718.
Available in Library "Zouave and Kindred Languages." National Review 7 (October 1858): 435-58.