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Ingersoll, Robert


Six Interviews With Rober G. Ingersoll on Six Sermons By The Rev. T. De Witt Talmadge




C. P. Farrell




Washington, DC






1 st edition






This book is very rare as a WorldCat serach on October 25, 2012 found only 23 libraries worldwide have a copy of this 1882 C. P. Farrell edition of this work.

These Interviews were called out in answer to a series of theological discourses by Mr. Talmage. Three of them were originally given to a reporter of the daily press, but were afterwards revised and enlarged and three others added. The three newspaper reports being immediately pirated by so-called enterprising but unprincipled publishers, were put upon the market in flimsy paper covers and heralded as the genuine "Ingersoll Interviews." It is sufficient to say that in no other shape than the present complete volume are these "Interviews" to be had in their accurate and authorized entirety.

There is not in literature another such book. It is a free-thought library in itself, and especially timely just now when bibles and creeds are being overhauled and "revision and division are in the air." No collection of Mr. Ingersoll's books is complete that does not include this, in some respects, his most remarkable work.

This book is the scarce hardbound edition of six interviews with Robert G. Ingersoll, "the great sceptic," on six sermons by the Reverend T. Dewitt Talmadge. Added to these interviews is "A Talmagian Catechism," which, in the form of questions and answers, he refutes the religious views of this great preacher.

This book has 443 pages, with 5 pages of ads from the publisher C. P. Farrell, the only "authorized" publisher of the works of Robert G. Ingersoll.

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