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" ... he had frequently practised this deception in the corner of a coffee-house ; and that he seldom failed to see some of the company rise to examine the tightness of the windows; while others, more intent upon, their newspapers, contented themselves... "
The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine - Page 480
1832
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The Collected Works of Dugald Stewart: Elements of the philosophy of the ...

Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - Philosophy - 1854
...way of experiment, he had frequently practised this deception in the corner of a coffeehouse ; aud that he seldom failed to see some of the company rise to examine the tightuess of the windows ; while others, more intent upon their newspapers, contented themselves with...
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Human physiology, Volume 2

Robley Dunglison - Medical - 1856
...a narrow chink, told Mr. Stewart, that he had frequently practised the deception in the corner of a coffee-house, and that he seldom failed to see some...company rise to examine the tightness of the windows ; whilst others, more intent on the newspapers, contented themselves with potting on their hats, and...
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The Christian pioneer, ed. by J.F. Winks

Joseph Foulkes Winks - 1872
...practiced the deception in the corner of the coffee-house. He declared he seldom failed to see someone rise to examine the tightness of the windows, while...with putting on their hats and buttoning their coats. Mr. Stewart likewise mentions an exhibition formerly com__ moil in Europe, where a performer on the...
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Letters on natural magic

sir David Brewster - 1883
...a narrow chink, told Mr. Stewart that he had frequently practised this deception in the corner of a coffee-house, and that he seldom failed to see some...examine the tightness of the windows, while others, move intent on their newspapers, contented themselves with putting on their hats and buttoning their...
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the medico-chirurgical review

james johnson - 1832
...a narrow chink, told Mr. Stewart that he had frequently practised this deception in the corner of a coffee-house, and that he seldom failed to see some...the vocal organs in the exercise of ventriloquism U certainly ill understood. Let us hear what Sir David has to say. " Ventriloquism loses its distinctive...
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THE MANCHETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL MAGAZINE

ULULA - 1875
...practising this deception in the corner of a coffee-house some of the company would rise from their seats to examine the tightness of the windows, while others,...with putting on their hats and buttoning their coats a little closer. Many other instances might be added, but it is hoped that enough has been said to...
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The Edinburgh Journal of Science, Volume 9

Science - 1828
...told me, that, by way of experiment, he had frequently practised this deception in the corner of a coffee-house ; and that he seldom failed to see some...tightness of the windows ; while others, more intent upon their newspapers, contented themselves with putting on their hats, and buttoning their coats,...
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