The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII

The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII
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The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Volume VIII by Robert Green Ingersoll

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INTERVIEWS.THE BIBLE AND A FUTURE LIFEMRS. VAN COTT, THE REVIVALISTEUROPEAN TRIP AND GREENBACK QUESTIONTHE PRE-MILLENNIAL CONFERENCETHE SOLID SOUTH AND RESUMPTIONSUNDAY LAWS OF PITTSBURGPOLITICAL AND RELIGIOUSPOLITICS AND GEN. GRANTPOLITICS, RELIGION AND THOMAS PAINEREPLY TO CHICAGO CRITICSTHE REPUBLICAN VICTORYINGERSOLL AND BEECHERPOLITICALRELIGION IN POLITICSMIRACLES AND IMMORTALITYTHE POLITICAL OUTLOOKMR. BEECHER, MOSES AND THE NEGROHADES, DELAWARE AND FREETHOUGHTA REPLY TO THE REV. MR. LANSINGBEACONSFIELD, LENT AND REVIVALSANSWERING THE NEW YORK MINISTERSGUITEAU AND HIS CRIMEDISTRICT SUFFRAGEFUNERAL OF JOHN G. MILLS AND IMMORTALITYSTAR ROUTE AND POLITICSTHE INTERVIEWERPOLITICS AND PROHIBITIONTHE REPUBLICAN DEFEAT IN OHIOTHE CIVIL RIGHTS BILLJUSTICE HARLAN AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILLPOLITICS AND THEOLOGYMORALITY AND IMMORTALITYPOLITICS, MORMONISM AND MR. BEECHERFREE TRADE AND CHRISTIANITYTHE OATH QUESTIONWENDELL PHILLIPS, FITZ JOHN PORTER AND BISMARCKGENERAL SUBJECTSREPLY TO KANSAS CITY CLERGYSWEARING AND AFFIRMINGREPLY TO A BUFFALO CRITICBLASPHEMYPOLITICS AND BRITISH COLUMBIAINGERSOLL CATECHISEDBLAINE'S DEFEATPLAGIARISM AND POLITICSRELIGIOUS PREJUDICECLEVELAND AND HIS CABINETRELIGION, PROHIBITION AND GEN. GRANTHELL OR SHEOL AND OTHER SUBJECTSINTERVIEWING, POLITICS AND SPIRITUALISMMY BELIEFSOME LIVE TOPICSTHE PRESIDENT AND THE SENATEATHEISM AND CITIZENSHIPTHE LABOR QUESTIONRAILROADS AND POLITICSPROHIBITIONHENRY GEORGE AND LABORLABOR QUESTION AND SOCIALISMHENRY GEORGE AND SOCIALISMREPLY TO THE REV. B. F. MORSEINGERSOLL ON McGLYNNTRIAL OF THE CHICAGO ANARCHISTSTHE STAGE AND THE PULPITROSCOE CONKLINGTHE CHURCH AND THE STATEPROTECTION--FREE TRADELABOR AND TARIFF REFORMCLEVELAND AND THURMANTHE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM OF 1888JAMES G. BLAINE AND POLITICSTHE MILLS BILLSOCIETY AND ITS CRIMINALSWOMAN'S RIGHT TO DIVORCESECULARISMSUMMER RECREATION--MR. GLADSTONE, UnpublishedPROHIBITIONROBERT ELSMEREWORKING GIRLSPROTECTION FOR AMERICAN ACTORSLIBERALS AND LIBERALISMPOPE LEO XIII.THE SACREDNESS OF THE SABBATHTHE WEST AND SOUTHTHE WESTMINSTER CREED AND OTHER SUBJECTSSHAKESPEARE AND BACONGROWING OLD GRACEFULLY, AND PRESBYTERIANISM,CREEDSTHE TENDENCY OF MODERN THOUGHTWOMAN SUFFRAGE, HORSE RACING, AND MONEYMISSIONARIESMY BELIEF AND UNBELIEFMUST RELIGION GO? WORD PAINTING AND COLLEGE EDUCATIONPERSONAL MAGNETISM AND THE SUNDAY QUESTIONAUTHORSINEBRIETY, UnpublishedMIRACLES, THEOSOPHY AND SPIRITUALISM, UnpublishedTOLSTOY AND LITERATUREWOMAN IN POLITICSSPIRITUALISMPLAYS AND PLAYERSWOMAN, A FragmentSTRIKES, EXPANSION AND OTHER SUBJECTS, New York, May 5, 1893SUNDAY A DAY OF PLEASURETHE PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONSCLEVELAND'S HAWAIIAN POLICYORATORS AND ORATORYCATHOLICISM AND PROTESTANTISM.--THE POPE.--THE A. P. A., AGNOSTICISM AND THE CHURCHWOMAN AND HER DOMAINPROFESSOR SWINGSENATOR SHERMAN AND HIS BOOKREPLY TO THE CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORERSSPIRITUALISMA LITTLE OF EVERYTHINGIS LIFE WORTH LIVING?--CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND POLITICSVIVISECTIONDIVORCEMUSIC, NEWSPAPERS, LYNCHING AND ARBITRATIONA VISIT TO SHAW'S GARDENTHE VENEZUELA BOUNDARY DISCUSSION AND THE WHIPPING POSTCOLONEL SHEPARD'S STAGE HORSESA REPLY TO THE REV. L. A. BANKSCUBA--ZOLA AND THEOSOPHYHOW TO BECOME AN ORATORJOHN RUSSELL YOUNG AND EXPANSIONPSYCHICAL RESEARCH AND THE BIBLETHIS CENTURY'S GLORIESCAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND THE WHIPPING POSTEXPANSION AND TRUSTS

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Nothing pleased me more than the painting from Holland, because they idealized and rendered holy the ordinary avocations of life. They paint cottages with sweet mothers and children; they paint homes. They are not much on Ariadnes and Venuses, but they paint good women.

Question. What did you think of the American display?

Answer. Our part of the Exposition is good, but nothing to what is should and might have been, but we bring home nearly as many medals as we took things. We lead the world in machinery and in ingenious inventions, and some of our paintings were excellent.

Question. Colonel, crossing the Atlantic back to America, what do you think of the Greenback movement?

Answer. In regard to the Greenback party, in the first place, I am not a believer in miracles. I do not believe that something can be made out of nothing. The Government, in my judgment, cannot create money; the Government can give its note, like an individual, and the prosp

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