Henry Salt Archive

Henry Salt (1853-1939) was the author of the Life of Henry David Thoreau, Animals Rights and A Plea for Vegetarianism which inspired Gandhi for follow a vegetarian diet.

Consolations of a Faddist, Verses Reprinted from 'The Humanitarian'

by Henry S. Salt (Author)

Consolations of a Faddist, Verses Reprinted from 'The Humanitarian' by Henry S. Salt
Title:Consolations of a Faddist, Verses Reprinted from 'The Humanitarian'
Published:1906
Publisher:A. C. Fifield, London
Edition:First Edition
Pages:32

Contents

Verses Reprinted from 'The Humanitarian'

Prefatory Note
Heart and Head
Physiologist to Faddist
The Song of the Naval Lords
The Deer Departed
The Modern Descartes
To the Horses of the Lord Mayor
Dumb Animals
The Epitaph of Laissez Faire
Efficiency
Hymn of Thanksgiving
Feather-Top
Hodge’s Dream
The Snowdown Railway
The Moralist at the Shambles
A Lay of the Tender
The Butcher Bird and the Gentle Maidens
St. Grouse’s Day
Splitting Hairs
Kith and Kin
When Butchers Watch Their Flocks by Night
Fragment of an Ode on the Extremely Distant Prospect of Humane Reform of Eton College
Grace Before Meat
The Village Butcher
Cupboard Love’s Philosophy
The Hymn of the Flagellomaniacs
The Shade of Judge Jeffreys
A Supper-Room Reflection
The Birch Tree’s Petition
The Sage of Bray
Paterfamilias at the Breakfast Table
St. Horsley and the Snail
Mr. Facing-Both-Ways
Valedictory—To the Practical Man