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APOLOGY FOR ATHEISM

Footnotes

 [4:1] 25th of November, 1845.

 [5:1] Vide 'Time's' Commissioner's Letter on the Condition of Ireland,' November 28, 1843.

 [10:1] Essay 'of the Academical or Sceptical Philosophy.'

 [11:1] See the Creeds of R. Owen and R. Carlile in No. 14 of the Promptor.

 [11:2] 'Essay of the Idea of Necessary Connexion.'

 [11:3] 'Essay of a Providence and a Future State.'

 [12:1] Critical remarks on Lord Brougham's 'Lives of Men of Letters and Science, who flourished in the time of George III.'--The Times, Wednesday, October I, 1845.

 [13:1] History of American Savages.

 [13:2] Appendix the Second to 'Plutarchus and Theophrastus on Superstition.'

 [13:3] Philosophy of History.

 [15:1] See a Notice of Lord Brougham's Political Philosophy, in the number for April, 1845.

 [20:1] 'Apology for the Bible,' page 133.

 [20:2] Unusquisque vestrum non cogitate prius se debere Deos nosse quam colere.

 [27:1] See a curious 'Essay on Nature.' Printed for Badcock and Co., 2, Queen's Head Passage, Paternoster Row. 1807.

 [31:1] Elements of Materialism, chapter I.

 [32:1] Discussion on the Existence of God, between Origen Bachelor and Robert Dale Owen.

 [37:1] Answer to Dr. Priestly on the existence of God, by a Philosophical Unbeliever.

 [40:1] Treatise on Human Nature.

[41:1] This sexing is a stock receipt for mystification.--Colonel Thompson.

 [44:1] The Rev. J.E. Smith.

 [46:1] 'An Address on Cerebral Physiology and Materialism,' delivered to the Phrenological Association in London, June 20, 1842.

[49:1] No 40 of 'The Shepherd.'

 [50:1] 'The Shepherd,' Vol. i., page 40.

 [52:1] Extracts from an able letter to the Editor of 'The Shepherd,' in No. 23 of that periodical.

 [54:1] Novum Organon.

 [56:1] Principia Mathmatica, p. 528. Lond. edit., l726.

 [63:1] See a pamphlet, price Sixpence, entitled 'Paley refuted in his own words,' by G.J. Holyoake.'

 [63:2] Lessing.

 [64:1] See "Extract from an unpublished work, entitled the 'Refutation of Deism,'" by the late P.B. Shelley--given in the Model Republic of May 1st, 1813.

 [68:1] 'Westminster Review' for May, 1843.

 [69:1] Lecture by the Rev. Hugh M'Neil, Minister of St. Jude's Church, Liverpool, delivered about seven years since, in presence of some 400 of the Irish Protestant Clergy.

 [69:2] The necessary existence of Deity, by William Gillespie.

 [69:3] Page 105 of a Discussion on the Existence of God, between Origen Batchelor and R.D. Owen.

 [70:1] Quoted by Dr. Samuel Clarke, in his introduction to the Scripture doctrine of the Trinity.

 [72:1] History of England, p. Sl.

 [75:1] 'Dictionary of Conversions,' page 4.

[76:1] Essay on Superstition.

 [77:1] See article 'Auto da Fe,' vol. i. of 'Recreative Review,' published in 1821.

 [77:2] Act of Faith.

 [78:1] St. Foix observes, with respect to this tomb, that if the Jack Ketch of any country should be rich enough to have a splendid tomb, this might serve as an excellent model.

 [81:1] 'Lives of Men of Letters,' by Henry Lord Brougham.

 [82:1] Vol iii., page 593, 594, of 'A few hundred Bible Contradictions, a Hunt after the Devil, and other odd matters." By John P.Y., M.D.

 [83:1] No. 8 of J. Rutherford's Series of Tracts, and entitled 'Electing Love.'

 [90:1] Ecclesiastical History, vol. ii. page 11.

 [91:1] 'Manicheisme,' tome ii, p. 568, 569.

 [93:1] Nov. Org., lib; ii. aph. 29.

 [95:1] See 'Edinburgh Review' containing a notice of Milton's 'De Doctrina Christiana.'

 [95:2] Page 55 of a Pamphlet entitled, 'The Devil.'


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