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Ten thousand dollars wanted from Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, and the reasons why he should pay it
Frank I. Jervis
|Other titles||Wanted! $10,000 from Col. Robert G. Ingersoll, the reasons why he should pay it, a lecture by prof. Frank I. Jerris [sic]|
|LC Classifications||BL2727 .J4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||110 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||110|
|LC Control Number||2008570462|
Colonel Robert G. Ingersoll. he denounced creationism. Booker T. Washington. taught blacks in schools, but avoided the issue of social inequality. W.E.B. Du Bois. founded the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and demanded equality. Morrill Act of How Franklin Roosevelt Lied America Into War. by William Henry Chamberlin. According to his own official statements, repeated on many occasions, and with special emphasis when the presidential election of was at stake, Franklin D. Roosevelt's policy after the outbreak of the war in Europe in was dominated by one overriding thought: how to keep the United States at peace.
Article discussing critical comments Clarence Darrow made about Robert Ingersoll at an Ingersoll memorial meeting. Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll ( - ) was a Civil War veteran, noted orator, political leader, and outspoken agnostic. Darrow was influenced by Ingersoll. Published in the Free Thought Magazine. He granted it; and I made investigations, and found ten or twelve of the men Roman Catholics, whom we brought back. All the others were executed, because they were Lutherans and enemies of our Holy Catholic faith. ” 15 New World Colonies Discussion: Fort Caroline.
Robert G. Ingersoll: From a photograph by Houseworth & Co., of course if any enterprising publisher would give me one hundred dollars or so for the book I would let him have it (it being understood that you and I should have our way about the form of the book, English version, &c.). "I should say so! Why that was his chance! He. To meet the expense, ten thousand pounds of paper or "Proclamation" money was ordered to be raised, of which the proportion of Gloucester County was £ 8s. 2d. This Congress sat eleven days, and was reconvened at Trenton on August 5th, in consequence of the battle of Bunker Hill and Washington’s siege of the British forces in Boston.
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THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL By Robert G. Ingersoll "The Destroyer Of Weeds, Thistles And Thorns Is A Benefactor, Whether He Soweth Grain Or Not." IN TWELVE VOLUMES, VOLUME I.
LECTURES THE DRESDEN EDITION TO EVA A. INGERSOLL, MY WIFE, A WOMAN WITHOUT SUPERSTITION, THIS VOLUME IS DEDICATED. Robert G. Ingersoll, (born Aug. 11,Dresden, N.Y., U.S.—died JDobbs Ferry, N.Y.), American politician Ten thousand dollars wanted from Col.
Robert G. Ingersoll orator known as “the great agnostic” who popularized the higher criticism of the Bible, as well as a humanistic philosophy and a scientific rationalism. Although he had little formal education, Ingersoll was admitted to the Illinois bar inand he. Robert G. Ingersoll: Apostle of Infidelity, Robber of Hope By Wayne Jackson Robert Ingersoll () was a mediocre Illinois lawyer whose flair for oratory thrust him into fame in the latter portion of the nineteenth century.
LibriVox recording of Lectures of Col. Ingersoll, Vol. Read by Ted Delorme. Colonel Robert Green Ingersoll (–) was a Civil War veteran, American political leader and orator during the Golden Age of Freethought, noted for his defense of atheism. This book is the first of two volumes collecting Ingersoll's speeches.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 10 (of 12), by Robert G. Ingersoll This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. the mail once a week for five thousand dollars a quarter, and you wanted me to carry it twice a week, then I get ten thousand dollars a.
the works of robert g. ingersoll by robert g. ingersoll "happiness is the only good, reason the only torch, justice the only worship, humanity the only religion, and love the only priest." in twelve volumes, volume viii.
interviews dresden edition. Col. Robert G. Ingersoll was one of the speakers. Louisiana, and recovered judgment for one thousand dollars. brain of another so that he is an unbeliever—why the brain of another so that he became a Mohammedan—if he wanted us all to believe alike.
After all, may be Nature is good enough and grand enough and broad enough to give us. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk.
Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "An intimate view of Robert G. Ingersoll". Book: The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll () - Part 2 of 2 - Note: He recorded President Cleveland's Return of Hawaii to Queen Liliuokalani I could not afford to throw away a good many thousand dollars a year for the sake of an office.
So I say again that I never asked, or dreamed of asking, any such favor of Mr. Blaine. [* Col. Robert. Robert Green Ingersoll: “A mortgage casts a shadow on the sunniest field.” Benjamin Franklin: “Think what you do when you run in debt; you give to another power over your liberty.” 2 Kings Chapter 1 – “Pay thy debt, and live.” Publilius Syrus – “A small debt produces a debtor; a large one, an enemy.” Ambrose Bierce.
A man in those days worth thirty thousand dollars was not a pauper. That amount would bring an income of at least two thousand dollars per annum. Two thousand dollars then would be fully equal to five thousand dollars now.
On the 12th of July,the year in which he died, Mr. Paine made his will. Lectures of Col. R.G. Ingersoll: Including His Letters on the Chinese God--Is Suicide a Sin?--The Right to One's Life--Etc. Etc. Etc, Volume 2 by Robert G.
Ingersoll 0 ratings, average rating, 0 reviews The church teaches that man was created perfect, and that for six thousand years he has. Henry Clay said it, but if he hadn't, Col. Robert G. Ingersoll would have. It was certainly more true of Ingersoll than of Clay. He had the qualities people sought, then and now, in a leader.
He had a keen, powerful mind; he was a matchless orator in an age which understood, and adored, oratory. He had led a regiment bravely in battle in the. Document: Should the Chinese Be Excluded. By Col. Ingersoll and Representative Geary of California.
Colonel Ingersoll: The average American, like the average man of any country, as but little imagination. People who speak a different language, worship some other god, or wear clothing unlike his own, are beyond the horizon of his sympathy.
Robert Green Ingersoll () was known as “The Great Agnostic.” A lawyer, he was America’s foremost public speaker in the late 19th century, traveling the country giving lectures.
poor man, he is rich in honor; in integrity he is wealthy, and in brain he is a millionaire. I know him, and I like him. So do you all, gentlemen. Garfield was a poor boy, he is a certificate of the splendid form of our Government Library of Congress Campaign poster for the Republican Garfield-Arthur ticket.
Ingersoll, Robert Green () American orator and lawyer born on the shores of Seneca Lake in Dresden, NY, on Augthe youngest of five children of John and Mary Ingesoll.
His father was by all accounts a stern, uncompromising Congregationalist minister who preached the Calvinist doctrine of man s innate depravity and his.
the works of robert g. ingersoll by robert g. ingersoll "happiness is the only good, reason the only torch, justice the only worship, humanity the only religion, and love the only priest." in twelve volumes, volume viii. interviews dresden edition.
[* "If Robert G. Ingersoll indulges in blasphemy to-night in his lecture, as he has in other places and in this city before, he will be arrested before he leaves the city." So spoke Rev.
Irwin H. Torrence, General Secretary of the Pennsylvania Bible Society, yesterday afternoon to a Press reporter. Rev. Isaac J. Lansing of Meriden, Conn., recently denounced Col. Robert G. Ingersoll from the pulpit of the Meriden Methodist Church, and had the Opera House closed against him.
This led a Union reporter to show Colonel Ingersoll what Mr. Lansing had said and to interrogate him with the following results. A REPLY TO THE REV. LANSING. He also chain smokes and drinks 8 to 10 martinis a day. Candidate B: He was kicked out of office twice, sleeps until noon, used opium in college and drinks a quart of whisky every evening.Home» Library» Historical» Robert Ingersoll» Star Route Trials» This file has been made available by the Bank of Wisdom.
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