Boston: The New Ideal Publishing Company, 1889. 1st printing. , 26 - 51,  pp. Adverts last 2 pages. 7-3/8" x 5-1/4". Modern marbled paper wrappers, with printed paper title label to front wrapper. A bit of age-toning to text block. Overall, VG+. Item #42682
"The publication of the series of essays on Evolution, delivered under the auspices of the Brooklyn Ethical Association, is undertaken in response to a general and increasing demand for a correct statement, in popular form, of the leading ideas, inferences and tendencies involved in the acceptance of the Evolution Philosophy, together with a clear statement of the main lines of evidence or proof by which the conception of Evolution is sustained. ... The different phases of the subject are treated in this series in a certain natural order of succession, which the student and reader will do well to follow in the perusal of the lectures." [Preface].
OCLC shows a bound volume of the entire series held in one copy [Am Phil Soc Lib], and the NUC lists this separate title as held in just one location: NYPL.