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" I examined the chair where I had seen him seated, I returned to bed, tried to fall asleep in the hope of a repetition of the appearance ; but my mind was too excited, too painfully disturbed, as I recalled what I had dreamed. I must have, however, fallen... "
Buchanan's Journal of Man - Page 36
1888
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A Scientific Demonstration of the Future Life

Thomson Jay Hudson - Future life - 1895 - 326 pages
...painfully disturbed, as I recalled what I had dreamed. I must have, however, fallen asleep towards the morning ; but when I awoke, the impression of...and added the words " God forbid." " ' Three days afterwards I received the news that my brother, Richard Wingfield-Baker, had died on Thursday evening,...
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A Scientific demonstration of the future life

Thomson Jay Hudson - Future life - 1895 - 310 pages
...painfully disturbed, as I recalled what I had dreamed. I must have, however, fallen asleep towards the morning ; but when I awoke, the impression of...and added the words " God forbid." " ' Three days afterwards I received the news that my brother, Richard Wingfield-Baker, had died on Thursday evening,...
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A Scientific Demonstration of the Future Life

Thomson Jay Hudson - Future life - 1895 - 326 pages
...dreamed. I must have, however, fallen asleep towards the morning ; but when I awoke, the impress:on of my dream was as vivid as ever, and I may add...and added the words " God forbid." " ' Three days afterwards I received the news that my brother, Richard Wingfield-Baker, had died on Thursday evening,...
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Studies in Psychical Research

Frank Podmore - Parapsychology - 1897 - 458 pages
...painfully disturbed, as I recalled what I had dreamed. I must have, however, fallen asleep towards the morning, but when I awoke, the impression of my...equally strong and clear. My sense of impending evil was sostrong that I at once made a note in my memorandum book of this 'appearance,' and added the words,...
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Modern Culture, Volume 6

Edward Cornelius Toune, Graeme Mercer Adam - 1898
...his mind was too excited and painfully disturbed for him to sleep. ' ' My sense, ' ' he writes, ' ' of impending evil was so strong that I at once made a note in my memorandum book of the appearance, and added the words: 'God forbid!" Three da}-s, afterward, it is related, news reached...
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Human personality and its survival of bodily death, Volume 1

Frederic William Henry Myers, Richard Hodgson, Alice Johnson - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1903
...painfully disturbed, as I recalled what I had dreamed. 1 must have, however, fallen asleep towards the morning ; but when I awoke the impression of my...evil was so strong that I at once made a note in my memorandum-book of this "appearance," and added the words, " God forbid ! " Three days afterwards I...
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Enigmas of Psychical Research

James Hervey Hyslop - Mediums - 1906 - 427 pages
...painfully disturbed, as I recalled what I had dreamed. I must have, however, fallen asleep towards the morning, but when I awoke, the impression of my...evil was so strong that I at once made a note in my memorandum-book of this ' appearance,' and added the words, ' God forbid.' " Three days afterward I...
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Enigmas of Psychical Research

James Hervey Hyslop - Mediums - 1906 - 427 pages
...and clear. My sense of impending evil was so strong that I at once made a note in my memorandum-book of this ' appearance,' and added the words, ' God forbid.' " Three days afterward I received the news that my brother, Richard Wingfield-Baker, had died on Thursday evening, the 25th of March,...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 22

Nineteenth century - 1887
...occurred.' He then tells how he dreamed in 1880 that ' I saw distinctly the figure of my brother EWB . . My sense of impending evil was so strong that I at once made a note in my memorandum-book of this " appearance," and added the words, " God forbid." ' This was Thursday evening,...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 22

Nineteenth century - 1887
...occurred.' He then tells how he dreamed in 1880 that ' I saw distinctly the figure of my brother EWB . . My sense of impending evil was so strong that I at once made a note in my memorandum-book of this " appearance," and added the words, " God forbid." ' This was Thursday evening,...
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