residence at Paris, where the fascinating dreams of Fourier were the subject of conversation.
He procured the ne called the Future, devoted to the explanation of Fourier's plans, published by Greeley & Co. He delivered lehereafter on the practical details of the system of Fourier, of whom he is a zealous disciple, and we shall thethis revolution is developed in the writings of Charles Fourier, a philanthropic and observing Frenchman, who dt plan is fully developed in the various works of Mr. Fourier, which are abridged in the single volume on The together for the purpose of bringing the schemes of Fourier fully and prominently before the public; and to thi pretends to be a new Social Science, discovered by Fourier.
In our next article we shall show what its princi garbled quotations from the writings of Godwin and Fourier.
What the Tribune advocates is, simply and solely,H. J. Raymond. April 16th. I tell you the scheme of Fourier is essentially and fundamentally irreligious! by wh
s: If the editor of the Tribune believed a word of what he says, he would convert his profitable printing establishment into a Fourier common-stock concern.
If our adviser will just point us to any passage, rule, maxim or precept of Fourier (of whom he appears to know so much) which prescribes a pro rata division of proceeds Among all engaged in producing them, regardless of ability, efficiency, skill, experience, etc., we will assent to almost any absurdity he shall dictate.
e following, from the Express: For woman we think the fittest place is home, sweet home —by her own fireside and among her own children; but the Tribune would put her in trowsers, or on stilts as a public woman, or tumble her pell-mell into some Fourier establishment.
The following, from the Express of the same date:
At the Park this even ing the graceful Augusta, (whose benefit, last night, notwithstanding the weather, was fashionably and numerously attended,) takes her leave