Light/UV damage to spine. Hinges wearing. Ink on spine.
Privately-bound hardcover volume containing 12 pamphlets.
Essays and pamphlets bound in a single volume by Russell's father, Lord Amberley.
Contents: Free discussion of religious topics / by Samuel Hinds -- Difficulties and discouragements which attend the study of the scriptures, represented in a Letter to a young clergyman / by the Right Rev. Francis Hare -- Church of England Catechism examined / by Jeremy Bentham -- Liberal clergy [From the Inquirer, July 25, 1868] / republished by Thomas Scott -- Religious weakness of protestantism / by Francis W. Newman -- "Sling and the stone" aimed not against men, but opinions : free speaking in the Church of England / by Charles Voysey -- Church congresses, an appeal to the clergy and laity of the Church of England / by Presbyter Anglicanus -- Bishop of Natal [reprinted from the Pall Mall Gazatte, Aug. 1, 1865] : Ely and Natal [reprinted from the Examiner, September 16, 1865] -- 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, containing four sections, part II -- English life of Jesus, part IV, containing an analysis of the narratives which relate to the middle portion of the public ministry of Jesus / published by Thomas Scott -- My experience in the Church of Ireland : a letter to the Earl of Derby / by M. Hobart Seymour.