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ELECTRONIC TEXTS AVAILABLE NOW (alphabetically by author):

Bentham, Jeremy (1748-1832)

Cassels, Walter R. (1826-1907)

Foote, G.W. (1850-1915)
Holbach, Paul Henri Thiry (Baron d'Holbach) (1723-1789)

Southwell, Charles (1814-1860)

Turner, Matthew & Hammon, William (18th century)

Woolston, Thomas (1668–1733)

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