Breaking the fetters : a powerful discourse on religion past and present

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Edition: 2nd ed.
Place of publication: Bristol
Collation: 18 p. : ill. (front. port.) ; 21 cm.
Notes: (Sold by:) Freethought Publishing Company (London); Truelove (London); Cattell & Co. (London); Heywood & Son (Manchester); The Bookstall (73 Humberstone Gate, Leicester); Bookstall, Freethought Institute (Southampton); Wheeler, King & Co, (Edinburgh &c.). "This lecture is not a reprint. The major portion has been specially reported, and is now published for the first time."--Publisher's note, p.[2]. Publisher's list "Reformer's library" (E. Truelove, 256 High Holborn) inside back cover. "Colonel Ingersoll's works" available from W.H. Morrish (Bristol) listed on back cover. Stamp on p.[2]: Bishopsgate Institute Reference Library, 21 Nov 1991. No. A1 in Stein checklist (not identified or located by him). Part of the NSS pamphlet collection.

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Ingersoll, Robert Green [1833-1899], “Breaking the fetters : a powerful discourse on religion past and present,” Humanist Library and Archives Digital Collections, accessed August 16, 2022, https://conwayhallcollections.omeka.net/items/show/652.

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