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Disbound. 8pp. Self-wrappers. Very good condiiton. A slender pamphlet, on the subject of supernaturalism, and the question of a divine origin of religion. Reprinted from the Eastern Post, a newspaper from the East end of London: "The Eastern Post was a weekly local workers paper in circulation between 1868 and 1938. It was a working men?s alternative to other local papers such as the Hackney Gazette (focused on social reform through parliament) and the Hackney Mercury (a Conservative paper). Its readership incorporated local residents from the Hackney, Shoreditch, Bethnal Green, Poplar and Stepney Metropolitan Boroughs. The Eastern Post was greatly concerned with workers rights with a heavy focus on the unions and labour unrest." This rare pamphlet presents a rationalist view. Not in Worldcat.
Title: "A Question not before the Jury, or Vitiated Testimony". A Lecture, Delivered at the Rev. C. Voysey's Service, at St. George's Hall, Langham Place, August 31st, 1873, by an M.A., of Oxford. [From the Eastern Post, September 6th, 1873].
Location Published: Finsbury: Eastern Post Steam Printing Works, 1873.
Seller ID: 55800