• Humanitarianism: Its General Principles and Progress. H.S. Salt. William Reeves, 185 Fleet Street, London, 1891. 30 pp.
Information: This little work was written as an introduction to Humanitarianism, and it contains references to the works by Anna Kingsford and Edward Maitland. It is clear that H.S. Salt was Kingsford and Maitland’s fellow of works and ideals. Below you have the complete text of this work:
THE HUMANITARIAN LEAGUE’S PUBLICATIONS.
ITS GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND PROGRESS
H. S. SALT
(Reprinted from the
These Publications are issued under the auspices and with the general approval of the Humanitarian League; but for all particular views expressed on matters of detail the individual writers are alone responsible.