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A. R. Wallace actually Allan Kardec already amongst Andrew Jackson Davis Animal Magnetism appeared automatic writing belief brass fastenings chair chapter circle clairvoyant conjurer consciousness Cromwell Varley Crookes curtain Davenport Brothers described doubt Eglinton Eusapia evidence experiments explanation F. W. H. Myers fact favourable feats feet fraud friends furnished given Guppy hallucination hand held Heme Hodgson Home Home's Ibid incident instance investigation Katie kind later letter levitation light London manifestations marvels materialisation mediumship messages Miss Cook movement observation occasion paper pencil performances persons photographs physical phenomena Piper placed present private medium probably Proc produced Professor quoted raps recognised record Report scientific seance seems seen similar sitters sitting Slade slate slate-writing Society Speer spirit form Spiritual Magazine Spiritual Telegraph Spiritualist Stainton Moses stances suggested table-turning testimony tion took trance trickery various visions whilst witnesses written
Page 404 - The Master Christian " is a powerful book ; that it is one likely to raise uncomfortable questions in all but the most self-satisfied readers, and that it strikes at the root of the failure of the Churches — the decay of faith — in a manner which shows the inevitable disaster heaping up ... The good Cardinal Bonpre is a beautiful figure, fit to stand beside the good Bishop in
Page 391 - One of the greatest books of the kind issued during the century. . It is impossible to give an adequate idea of the richness of, the contents of this book, nor of its abounding attractions as a story of travel unsurpassed in geographical and human interest. Much of it is a revelation. Altogether the work is one which in solidity, novelty, and interest must take a first rank among publications of its class.'— Times.
Page 383 - Burton. THE MILL ON THE FLOSS. By George Eliot. PETER SIMPLE. By Captain Marryat. MARY BARTON. By Mrs. Gaskell. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. By Jane Austen. NORTH AND SOUTH. By Mrs. Gaskell. JACOB FAITHFUL. By Captain Marryat SHIRLEY. By Charlotte BronteFAIRY TALES RE- TOLD.
Page 401 - We fully recognise the value of this carefully written work, and admire especially the fairness and sobriety of his judgment and the human interest with which he has inspired a subject which in some hands becomes a mere series of cold abstractions. It is a work that will be stimulating to the student of Roman history.
Page 389 - CROMWELL'S ARMY: A History of the English Soldier during the Civil Wars, the Commonwealth, and the Protectorate. Crown Bvo. js. 6d. An elaborate study and description of Cromwell's army by which the victory of the Parliament was secured. The
Page 391 - This is a birthday-book of exceptional dignity, and the extracts have been chosen with particular care.
Page 397 - A history written in the spirit of scientific precision so worthily represented by Dr. Petrie and his school cannot but promote sound and accurate study, and supply a vacant place in the English literature of Egyptology.
Page 383 - They are issuing under the above general title a Monthly Series of Novels by popular authors at the price of Sixpence. Many of these Novels have never been published before. Each Number is as long as the average Six Shilling Novel. The first numbers of ' THE NOVELIST