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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: a catalogue with indexes

Volume 35

Volume 35


Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.

Common sense; with appendix and an address to Quakers. - London: Freethought Publishing Company, [1884?]

46 p.

Introduction by Charles Bradlaugh.


Green, Matthew Wood, 1840-1914.

The devil's sword blunted; or, Spiritualism examined and condemned out of the mouths of its own advocates. - Dunedin: Clarke, [1879]

114 p.


Green, Matthew Wood, 1840-1914.

Mrs Hardinge-Britten in the crucible: being a lecture delivered ... July 9th, 1879, in reply to 'Spiritualism vindicated and clerical slanders refuted'. - Dunedin: Clarke, 1879.

43 p.


Tyerman, John.

Contradiction of the Bible: an outline of two lectures on the Bible, delivered in the Queen's Theatre3, Sydney, on October 17 1875 and 31, 1875. - Sydney: G. E. Hooke, [1875]

11 p.

Reprinted from the Stockwhhip.


Tyerman, John.

Spiritualism as a destructive & constructive system: a lecture delivered in Doughty Hall, London, on Sunday, February 16th, 1879. - London: James Burns, [1879]

34 p.


A spiritualist gives his views on religion. - Sandhurst: J. Williams, [ca.1875?]

4 p.

Caption title.


Grote, George, 1794-1871.

Analysis of the influence of natural religion on the temporal happiness of mankind, by Philip Beauchamp [pseud.] - New ed. - London: Truelove, 1875.

122 p.

Edited by Grote from MSS by Jeremy Bentham.


Armstrong, Richard Acland, 1843-1905.

'Is it reasonable to worship God?' Verbatim report of two nights' debate at Nottingham between the Rev. R.A. Armstrong and Charles Bradlaugh. - London: Freethought Publishing Company, 1878.

69 p.


Smith, James 1820-1910.

Some defects in our present system of education: a lecture. - Melbourne: S. Mullen, 1877.

17 p.

Also in vol. 36


Green, Matthew Wood, 1840-1914.

The divine origin of Christianity ... debate between M.W. Green (affirming) and Charles Bright (denying). - Dunedin: Clarke [1878?]

133 p.