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Proceedings of the Civil Rights Mass-Meeting held at Lincoln Hall, October 22, 1883. Speeches of Hon. Frederick Douglass and Robert G. Ingersoll.
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IN PRESS—NEARLY READY.
An Elegant Book for the Holidays.
ROBERT G. INGERSOLL.
THIS is a book of selections, from the published and unpublished writings and sayings of the author.
IT contains several of the brief orations, tributes and toasts which have become classic in literature, besides choice extracts from the speeches, lectures, arguments, interviews and letters of the author.
IT is needless to say, that thus brought together they form a cluster of lustrous gems.
AN elegantly engraved steel portrait of Mr. Ingersoll, with fac-simile of autograph, will form the frontispiece.
IN workmanship, the volume will be the finest that printer and binder can produce. It will be printed on heavy, tinted paper, in large, beautiful type, and with faultless presswork.
Size, small quarto, about 200 pages. Bound in full tree-calf, half calf, and cloth; with gilt edge, and bevelled.
Will be ready about December 15th, 1883. Orders from the trade filed and filled according to date of reception.
Sent by mail or express, prepaid, on receipt of price.
C. P. FARRELL, Publisher,
1421 NEW YORK AVENUE,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
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