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The Library Illustrative of Social Progress

Index The Library Illustrative of Social Progress

The Library Illustrative of Social Progress was a series of pornographic books published by John Camden Hotten around 1872 (falsely dated 1777). [1]

6 relations: Exhibition of Female Flagellants, Fashionable Lectures, Henry Thomas Buckle, John Camden Hotten, Lady Bumtickler's Revels, The Rodiad.

Exhibition of Female Flagellants

Exhibition of Female Flagellants is an 1830 pornographic novel published by George Cannon in London and attributed, probably falsely, to Theresa Berkley.

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Fashionable Lectures

Fashionable Lectures: Composed and Delivered with Birch Discipline was a pornographic book originally published in the 18th century and republished by John Camden Hotten as volume 7 of his series The Library Illustrative of Social Progress around 1872 (falsely dated 1777).

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Henry Thomas Buckle

Henry Thomas Buckle (24 November 1821 – 29 May 1862) was an English historian, the author of an unfinished History of Civilization, and a strong amateur chess player.

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John Camden Hotten

John Camden Hotten (12 September 1832, Clerkenwell – 14 June 1873, Hampstead) was an English bibliophile and publisher.

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Lady Bumtickler's Revels

Lady Bumtickler's Revels is a pornographic book written as a spoof libretto for a comic opera on the theme of flagellation.

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The Rodiad

The Rodiad is a pornographic poem on the subject of flagellation published by John Camden Hotten in 1871, although falsely dated to 1810.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Library_Illustrative_of_Social_Progress

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