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Burritt, Elihu: Bond of Brotherhood. - London : 1848.
Burritt, Elihu: Chips from many blocks. - Toronto : Rose-Bedford, 1878. - 294 s.
Burritt, Elihu: A Congress of Nations : Addresses at the International Peace Congresses at Brussels (l848), Paris (1849), and Frankfort (l850). - Boston : Directors of the Old South Work, l904. - 24 s. ; (Old South Leaflets), [General series, v. 6) no. l46]. [Haves Nobelinstituttets Bibliotek].
Burritt, Elihu: Illustrations of the law of kindness, original and selected. - Worcester : the League of Universal Brotherhood, 1851. - 32 s.
Burritt, Elihu: Lectures and Speeches. 1869.
Burritt, Elihu: A plan of brotherly copartnership of the North and South, for the peaceful extincion of slavery. - New York : Dayton and Burdick, 1856. - 48 s.
Report of the Proceedings of the Second General Peace Congress Held in Paris on ;the 22nd, 23rd August 1849 (1849). / : Henry Richard, Elihu Burritt, Peace Congress , 2d, Paris, 1849 - http://archive.org/details/reportproceedin02goog
Burritt, Elihu: Sparks from the Avvil. - Worchester : H. J. Howland, 1846. - 127 s.
Burritt, Elihu: Ten-minute talks on all sorts of topics (1874).
Burritt, Elihu: A word to boys abot war. - London : Peace Society, 2 s. [Haves Nobelinstituttets Bibliotek].
Burritt, Elihu: Workers Strike Against War. 1855
Burritt, Elihu: A Walk from London to John O'Groat's. .
Burritt, Elihu: Works, I-III. - London : Indeholder: Sparks from the Avvil 1839-1848. - 106 s.; Voice from the forge 1848. 131 s. ; Peace papers for the people. 144 s. [Haves Nobelinstituttets Bibliotek].
Burritt, Elihu: The Year-book of the nations, for 1855. - London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longman, 1855.
Curti, Merle: The learned blacksmith : The Letters and Journals of Elihu Burritt. - New York : 1937 ; 1972.
Elihu Burritt : A memorial volume containing a sketch of his life and labors, with selections from his writings and lectrues and extracts from his journals in Europa and America. - New York : D. Appelton & company, 1878. - 479 s.
Liberty chimes (1845) /: Ladies' anti-slavery society, Providence.
'Free speech, by N. P. Rogers. - Reform, by Wendell Phillips. - The American union, by Adin Ballou. - The nation's destiny, by A. H. Price. - What can a woman do? by Richard Hildreth. - The reception of slave holders at the north, by G. W. Stacey. - Treason! by C. K. Whipple. - The bond-woman's prayer, by Eliza Storr. - Is christianity, the religion of peace, adapted to this world? by S. E. Cones. - The pledge and prospect of peace, by Elihu Burritt. - The contrast, by J. R. Lowell. - Self reliance, by H. Clapp, jr. - A thought upon emancipation (anon.) - The slave-wife, by Frances H. Green. - The slave-mother, by S. L. L. - A letter, by John Brown. - Lines written in November, by Sarah H. Whitman. - Ahmed's letters, from "The Kosmian." - The golden ball, by Sarah H. Whitman'.
Principles and measures of true Democracy. The address of the Southern and Western Liberty Convention, held at Cincinnati, June 11, 1845, to the people of the United States; also, the letter of Elihu Burritt to the convention (1845).
En Sejr uden Brug af Magt. I: Freds-Varden, 1931:2 s. 31-32.
(Civil ulydighed i Hawaii i 1830'erne, berettet af Elihu Burritt).
Tolls, Peter. Elihu Burritt : Crusader for Brotherhood. - Hamden, Conn. : Archon, 1968.
1 1906. Faas hos Ch. Worm Bech, Vodrofvej 17, København V. [Haves Det kongelige Bibliotek].