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" In the centre, he poured a little ink, and desired the boy to look into it, and tell him if he could see his face reflected in it. The boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while... "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo: Written During a Residence ... - Page 170
by Sophia Lane Poole, Edward William Lane - 1844
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The Spiritual Magazine

Spiritualism - 1860
...the palm of it a magic are. The figures which it contains are Arabic numerals. In the centre he red a little ink, and desired the boy to look into it, and tell him if he could his face reflected in it ; the boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The jician, holding the boy's...
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The land and the book; or, Biblical illustrations drawn from the manners and ...

William McClure Thomson - History - 1861
...in the palm of it a magic square, and wrote in it certain Arabic numerals. In the centre he jioured a little ink, and desired the boy to look into it,...it. The boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boift hand all the while, told him to continue looking intently in the ink,...
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The land and the book; or, Biblical illustrations drawn from the manners and ...

William McClure Thomson - 1870 - 19 pages
...hand, the magician drew in the palm of it a magic square, and wrote in it certain Arabic numerals. In the centre he poured a little ink, and desired...it. The boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while, told him to continue looking intently in the ink,...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians ..., Volume 1

Edward William Lane, Edward Stanley Poole - Egypt - 1871
...a magic square, of which a copy is here given. The figures which it contains are Arabic numerals. 1 In the centre, he poured a little ink, and desired...it: the boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while, 2 told him to continue looking intently into the...
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Mysteries of the vital element in connexion with dreams, somnambulism, trance

Robert Hanham Collyer - History - 1871
...chafing-dish, " then taking hold of the boy's right hand, he drew in the palm of it a " magic square : in the centre he poured a little ink and desired the boy " to look into it and tell him if hecould see his face reflected in it ; theboy "replied that he saw his face clearly; the magician,...
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Statuvolism, or artificial somnambulism

William Baker Fahnestock - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1871 - 292 pages
...The figures which it contains are Arabic numerals. In the centre he poured a little ink, and desired to look into it and tell him if he could see his face reflected in it. He replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while, told him...
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Hypnotism

Carl Sextus - 1893 - 304 pages
...square, of which a copy is here given" The figures which it contains are Arabic numerals. In the center he poured a little ink, and desired the boy to look...tell him if he could see his face reflected in it. He replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while, told him...
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Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians

Edward William Lane - History - 2005 - 588 pages
...here given.22 The figures MA6IO SQt7AE.E AN1t MIEROR OF I2tB. which it contains are Arabic numerals. In the centre he poured a little ink, and desired...it. The boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while, told him to continue looking intently into the...
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Chaucer Society (London, England), Geoffrey Chaucer - Literary Criticism - 1890
...chafing-dish ; then taking hold of the boy's right hand he drew in the palm of it a magic square.1 In the centre he poured a little ink, and desired the boy to look into it, and to tell him if he could see his face reflected in it. The boy replied that he saw his face clearly....
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