The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 1
The Gods. Paper, 50 cents; cloth, $1.25. In five lectures, comprising, "The Gods," "Humboldt," "Thomas Paine," "Individuality," and "Heretics and Heresies."
The Ghosts. Paper, 50 cents; cloth, $1.25. Including, "Liberty for Man, Woman, and Child:" "The Declaration of Independence," "About Farming in Illinois;" "The Grant Banquet," "The Rev. Alexander Clarke," "The Past Rises before Me Like a Dream," and "A Tribute to Ebon C. Ingersoll."
Some Mistakes of Moses. Its chapters are: Some Mistakes of Moses, Free Schools, The Politicians, Man and Woman, The Pentateuch, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, He Made the Stars Also, Friday, Saturday, Let us Make Man, Sunday, The Necessity for a Good Memory, The Garden, The Fall, Dampness, Bacchus and Babel, Faith in Filth, The Hebrews, The Plagues, The Flight, Confess and Avoid, Inspired Slavery, Inspired Marriage, Inspired War, Inspired Religious Liberty, Conclusion. Paper, 50 cent; cloth, $1.25.
The Christian Religion. By R. G. Ingersoll, Judge Jeremiah S. Black, and Prof. George P. Fisher. This is a series of articles which appeared in the North American Review, and excited great interest from the high position of the authors. Judge Black refused to answer Mr. Ingersoll's second paper and the services of Mr. Fisher were obtained. Paper, 50 cents.
Interviews on Talmage. Being Six Interviews with the Famous Orator on Six Sermons by the Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, of Brooklyn, to which is added "A Talmagian Catechism." Stenographically reported by I. Newton Baker. Printed in bold, clear type, on heavy, tinted paper, and handsomely bound in muslin, with heavy boards, beveled edges, gilt top. Octavo. 443 pages, $2.00. Paper, $1.00; plain cloth, $1.25.
What Must We Do to be Saved? In this pamphlet Mr. Ingersoll analyzes the so-called gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, and devotes a chapter each to the Catholics, the Episcopalians, the Methodists, the Presbyterians, the Evangelical Alliance, and answers the question of the Christians as to what he proposes instead of Christianity, the religion of sword and flame. Paper, 25 cents.