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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, told him to continue looking... "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo - Page 189
1844
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Volume 1

Edward William Lane - 1836 - 419 pages
...the boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while f, told him to continue looking intently into the ink...head. He then took one of the little strips of paper in* He generally requires some benzoin to be added to these. t This reminds us of animal magnetism....
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Ward's miscellany (and family magazine).

1837
...magician held, while int was poured upon it, into which the boy was instructed to look intently. " He then took one of the little strips of paper inscribed with the forms of invocation, and * Ho generally require! some benzoin to be added to that. 3!)б 097 dropped it into the chafing-dish,...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians ..., Volume 1

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1837
...the boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while f, told him to continue looking intently into the ink ; and not to raise his head'.'He then took one of the little strips of paper in' ' ' former, on discovering his mistake, generally...
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The Inquirer

...to 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,...intently into the ink ; and not to raise his head. " lie then took one of the little strips of paper inscribed with the forms of invocation, and dropped...
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The Land and the Book: or, Biblical illustrations drawn from the manners and ...

William McClure Thomson - Bible - 1859 - 1171 pages
...clearly. The magician, holding thf boy's hand all the while, told him to continue looking intently in the ink, and not to raise his head. He then took one of the little slips of paper inscribed with the forms of incantation, and dropped it into the chafingdish upon the...
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The land and the Book; or, Biblical illustrations drawn from the ..., Volume 1

William McClure Thomson - 1859
...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, told him to continue looking intently in the ink, and not to raise his head. He then took one of the little slips of paper inscribed with...
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The Land and the Book, Or, Biblical Illustrations Drawn from the ..., Volume 1

William McClure Thomson - Bible - 1859
...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, told him to continue looking intently in the ink, and not to raise his head. He then took one of the little slips of paper inscribed with...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians: Written in ...

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1860 - 619 pages
...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,"...intently into the ink ; and not to raise his head. The numbers in thin magic square, in our own ordinary characters, are as follow : — He then took...
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An Account of the Manners and Customs of the Modern Egyptians: Written in ...

Edward William Lane - Egypt - 1860 - 619 pages
...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,"...intently into the ink ; and not to raise his head. ' The numbers in this magic square, in our own ordinary characters, are ae follow :He then took one...
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An Account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians

Edward William Lane - 1860 - 619 pages
...the boy replied that he saw his face clearly. The magician, holding the boy's hand all the while,3 told him to continue looking intently into the ink ; and not to raise his head. The numbers in this roagic square, in our own ordinary characters, arc as follow :— He then took...
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