This 3rd enlarged edition is quite rare as an October 25, 2012 WorldCat search could find only 11 libraries worldwide have a copy of this editioon of this work.
The author was the founder of "The Freethinker," and was convicted of blasphemy and sentenced to 12 months hard labour after the publication of 'irreligious' cartoons in the Christmas 1882 edition of the magazine.
If you are not familiar with some of the names below, it is because you have not lost your intellectual virginity.
Think about this: if christians would lie about the deaths of certain people, what else would they lie about?
This book covers the death of the following infidels: Names marked with a star* were not included in the first edition.
Lord Amberly, John Baskerville*, Pierre Bayle*, Jeremy Bentham*, Paul Bert*, Lord Bolingbroke, Francis Broussais*, Giordano Bruno, Henry Thomas Buckle, Lord Byron, Richard Carlile, William Kingdon Clifford, Anacharsis Clootz*, Anthony Collins, August Compte*, Condocet, Robert Cooper, D'Alembert*, Anaton, Charles Darwin*, Erasmus Darwin*, Delambre*, Denis Diderot, Etienne Dolet*, George Eliot, Frederick the Great, Leon Gambetta, Garabaldi*, Issac Gendre, Edward Gibbon, William Godwin*, Goethe, George Grote*, Helvetius*, Henry Hetherington, Thomas Hobbes, Austin Holyoake, Victor Hugo, David Hume, M. Littre, Harriet Martineau, Jean Meslier*, James Mill*, John Stuart Mill, Mirabeau, Robert Owen, Thomas Paine, Courtlandt Palmer*, Rabelais*, Winwood Reade*, Madame Roland*, George Sand*, Schiller*, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Benedict Spinoza, David Frederick Strauss, Lucilio Vanini, Volney, Voltaire, James Watson, John Watts, Thomas Woolston.
This edition contains a 7 page "Appendix" on the death of Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll and 5 pages of ads from the "Truthseeker."