Light/UV damage to spine. Hinges wearing. Ink on spine.
Privately-bound hardcover volume containing 16 pamphlets.
Essays and pamphlets bound in a single volume by Russell's father, Lord Amberley.
Contents: Evangelist and the divine / by a beneficed Clergyman of the Church of England -- Opinions of Professor David F. Strauss, as embodied in his letter to the Burgomaster Hirzel, Professor Orelli, and Professor Hitzig, at Zurich, with an address to the People of Zurich / by Professor Orelli -- Realities : a contribution to the Pen and Pencil Society / by P. A. Taylor -- Appeal to the thoughtful / [Thomas Scott] -- Questions : to which answers are respectfully asked from the orthodox / [Thomas Scott] -- Address to the friends of free inquiry and free expression / [Thomas Scott] -- Reply to the question, "What have we got to rely on, if we cannot rely on the Bible?" / by Professor F. W. Newman -- Reply to the question, "Apart from supernatural revelation, what is man's prospect of living after death?" / by Samuel Hinds -- Zulus and the Men of Science, or the Gospel Harmonists, which are the most dangerous? or, Greswell's Harmony of the Resurrection examined, in two parts -- Few words on the Trinity, the Holy Spirit, and the Divinity and Incarnation of Jesus / [Thomas Scott] -- Lay sermon, for the benefit of the clergy / [Thomas Scott] -- Review of a pamphlet entitled 'The present dangers of the Church of England' / by W. G. Clark -- Thirty-nine articles and the creeds : their sense and their non-sense / by a country Parson -- Sling and the stone aimed not against men, but opinions : free speaking in the Church of England / by Charles Voysey -- Commentators and hierophants or, the honesty of Christian Biblical interpreters.