The king of the conjurors

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Page 131 - ... handle, which he holds all the while as he sits crouching on his cushions with his toes clasped between his fingers. His dress is distinguished by the most studied simplicity ; there is not a vestige of gold or embroidery on any part of it. He wears a shirt of very fine linen, the seams of which are covered with a silk braid terminating in a small silk tassel. Over the shirt is a haick, and over the haick two white bernouses ; the uppermost garment is a black be mouse. A few silk tassels are...
Page 28 - June, 1786, this iron box, containing six handkerchiefs, was placed among the roots of an orange tree by me, Balsamo, Count of Cagliostro, to serve in performing an act of magic which will be executed on the same day sixty years hence before Louis Philippe of Orleans and his family.' "'There is, decidedly, witchcraft about this,' the King said, more and more amazed.

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