Ingersoll Lecture.

Professor James gave the Ingersoll lecture for this year in the Fogg Musuem last evening, his subject being: "On Two Supposed Objections to the Doctrine of a Future Life." The audience was as large as the building has held.

Professor James prefaced his lecture by an outline of the ground that the lecturer might cover co-operatively under the head of the subject, immortality. His address was a discussion and refutation of two objections; one questioning how in the absolute dependence upon the brain of spiritual life, as we know it here, there can be immortality; and the second relative to the incredible number of beings which we must believe to be immortal if immortality be true.