A Treatise on the Incubus, Or, Nightmare, Disturbed Sleep, Terrific Dreams, and Nocturnal Visions: With the Means of Removing These Distressing Complaints
This volume, from the early 19th century, examines the type of dream known as anightmare, which this author treats asadisease and offers remedies for its relief.
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A Treatise on the Incubus, Or, Nightmare, Disturbed Sleep, Terrific Dreams ...
John Augustine Waller
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