New York:: D. Appleton, 1899., 1899. 8vo. xxxiv, 419,  pp. Original quarter black gilt-stamped morocco, marbled boards, top-edge gilt; spine edges rubbed. Bookplate of William Rand [bkplt. signed LBG 1908]. Good. Contents include: "Scientific and Pseudo-Scientific Realism," "Science and Pseudo-Science," "An Episcopal Trilogy," "The Value of Witness to the Miraculous," "Agnosticism," "Agnosticism and Christianity," "Agnosticism: A Rejoinder," "The Keepers of the Herd of Swine," "Illustrations of Mr. Gladstone's Controversial Methods." PROVENANCE: William Rand (1828-1915), born in Quincy, Mass., was a printer, first in Boston and then in California, then back to Boston and later to Chicago. His name is responsible for "Rand, McNally & Co." known for their maps.
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