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" All these phantasms appeared to me in their natural size, and as distinct as if alive, exhibiting different shades of carnation in the uncovered parts, as well as in different colours and fashions in their dresses, though the colours seemed somewhat paler... "
Statuvolism, or artificial somnambulism - Page 168
by William Baker Fahnestock - 1871 - 292 pages
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - Characters and characteristics - 1807
...as well as different colours and fafhions in their drefs ; though the colours feemed to me fomewhat paler than in real nature. None of the figures appeared particularly terrible, comical or difgufting; moft of them being of an indifferent (hape, and fome having a pleafing appearance. The...
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An Essay Towards a Theory of Apparitions

John Ferriar - Apparitions - 1813 - 139 pages
...well as in " different colours and fashions in their " dresses, though the colours seemed " somewhat paler than in real nature, " none of the figures appeared...having a pleasing appearance." " The longer these phantoms continued " to appear the more frequently did they " return, while at the same time they "...
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Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1813
...parts as well as in different colours and fashions in their dresses; though the colours seemed somewhat paler than in real nature, none of the figures appeared...indifferent shape, and some having a pleasing appearance; " I also began to hear them talk ; the phantoms sometimes conversed wnong themselves, but more frequently...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1813
...though the colours seemed somewhat paler than in real nature, none of the figures appeared particular!/ terrible, comical, or disgusting, most of them being...indifferent shape, and some having a pleasing appearance. " I also began to hear them talk; the phantoms sometimes conversed among themselves, but more frequently...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 55

History - 1814
...different colours and fashions in their dresses, though the colours seemed somcwh.it paler tli.m in rral nature : none of the figures appeared particularly...or disgusting, most of them being of an indifferent Cerent shape, and some having a pleasing appearance. " The longer these phantoms continued to appear,...
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An Essay on Capacity and Genius: To Prove that There is No Original Mental ...

Genius - 1820 - 537 pages
...parts, as well as in different colors and fashions in their dresses, though the colors seemed somewhat paler than in real nature; none of the figures appeared...particularly terrible, comical, or disgusting, most of them bei ng of an indifferent shape, and some having a pleasing appearance. " The longer these phantasms...
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Annual Register, Volume 55

Edmund Burke - History - 1823
...colours and fashions in their dresses, though, the colours seemed somewhat paler than in real nature r none of the figures appeared particularly terrible,...some having a pleasing appearance: " The longer these phantoms continued to appear, the more frequently did they return, while at the same time they increased...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 1

Literature, Modern - 1824
...parts, as well as in different colours and fashions in their dresses, though the colours seemed somewhat paler than in real nature. None of the figures appeared...most of them being of an indifferent shape, and some presenting a pleasing aspect. The longer these phantoms continued to visit me, the more frequently...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 22

Theology - 1824
...parts, as well as in different colours and fashions in their dresses, though the colours seemed somewhat paler than in real nature. None of the figures appeared...most of them being of an indifferent shape, and some presenting a pleasing aspect. The longer these phantoms continued to visit me, the more frequently...
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The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volume 1

Phrenology - 1824
...colours seemed somewhat ' ' paler than in real nature ; none of the figures appeared par. ' 'ticularly terrible, comical, or disgusting, most of them being ' ' of an indifferent shape, and some presenting a pleasing as' ' pect. The longer these phantoms continued to visit me, ' ' the more frequently...
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