Secularism: is it founded in reason, and is it sufficient to meet the needs of mankind? : debate between the editor of the Evening Mail (Halifax, N.S.) and Charles Watts, editor of Secular Thought : with prefatory letters by Geo. Jacob Holyoake and Colonel R.G. Ingersoll, and an introduction by Helen H. Gardener

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Place of publication: Toronto
Collation: x, 50 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes: The editor of the Evening Mail is not named; name from Amicus record is J.J. Stewart.

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Watts, Charles, 1836-1906, “Secularism: is it founded in reason, and is it sufficient to meet the needs of mankind? : debate between the editor of the Evening Mail (Halifax, N.S.) and Charles Watts, editor of Secular Thought : with prefatory letters by Geo. Jacob Holyoake and Colonel R.G. Ingersoll, and an introduction by Helen H. Gardener,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed December 14, 2019, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/1780.

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