London: Watts and Co., 1920. [Spiritualism] FIRST EDITION. Octavo (22 x 14cm), pp.vi; 57;  blank. Publisher's printed wraps, stapled twice. Damp staining to bottom part of the textblock, some chipping to the bottom corner, some light spotting. Covers a little soiled, chipped and nibbled, staples rusted. Good. This title records the debate between Doyle, the rationalist-medic-turned-spiritualist, and McCabe, the lapsed-Catholic-priest-come-humanist, and as such marks one of the most interesting aspects of Doyle's career. The debate was initiated by the Rationalist Press Association, who invited Doyle to debate with McCabe on the matter, and the proceeds from the debate and the sale of the pamphlet were split between the organisations represented by the two men. Item #52413
Green and Gibson.
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