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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 37

Cultured Free Thought

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Cultured Free Thought.

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With offices at 90 St. Clair Street, Toledo, O., and 22 Vesey Street, New York City, haft been organized with a Capital Stock of One Hundred Thousand Dollars, for the purpose of publishing Tracts, Books and

The Index,

A Weekly Paper devoted to Free and Rational Religion.

It is the object of The Index to give public utterance to the boldest, most cultivated and best matured thought of the age on all religious questions. The Index is edited by Francis E. Abbot, with the following list of Editorial Contributors:

O. B. Frothinoham, of New York City.

Thomas W. Higginson, of Newport. R. I.

William J. Potter? of New Bedford, Mass.

Richard P. Hallowell, of Boston. Mass.

William H. Spencer, of Haverhill, Mass.

Mrs. E. D. Cheney, of Jamaica Plain. Mass.

Rev. Charles Voysey, of London, England.

Prof. Francis W. Newman, of Bristol, England.

Rrv. Moncure D. Conway, of London, England.

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The series of "Index Tracts" (No. 1 to No. 10) will be sent postpaid on receipt of sixty cents. These include "Truths for the Times" (of which Mr. Charles Darwin, author of "The Origin of Species," says:—"I have now read Truths for the Times,' and I admire them from my inmost heart; and I agree to almost every word);" "Lecture on the Bible," by Rev. Charles Voysey;"Christian Propagandists." by F. E. Abbot; "God in the Constitution." by Rev. A. B. Bradford; "The Sabbath," by Parker Pillsbury; "The Present Heaven," by Rev. O. B. Frothingham; "The Christian Amendment," by F. K. Abbot. This series contains in the aggregate over two hundred pages of closely printed reading matter. Address The Index, 90 St. Clair street, Toledo, Ohio.