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Abbe Faria Academy action afterwards animal magnetism appeared attack attested awake awakened Baron Dupotet body clairvoyance coma commissioners convulsions cure direct discovery diseases distance divine dreams effects Elliotson endeavoured epigastrium epilepsy evidence excited existence experiments extraordinary eyelids eyes facts faculty favour feel fell fingers fits girl hand Hence Henry Stubbe Hippocrates hospital hour induced insensibility Jane Wenham lady limbs London lucidity magnetic fluid magnetic influence magnetic operation magnetic sleep magnetic somnambulism magnetised manifest manner medicine merism Mesmer mind minutes moxa nambulism nervous netic netiser observed occurred ordinary organs pain Paracelsus Paris paroxysm passing patient perceive perfectly performed persons pheno phenomena physical physician possess present principle produced profound recollection remarkable Robert Boyle Sadducismus Triumphatus says sceptical scrofulous sensation sense sensible somnam somnambulist soul spirit suddenly suffering tion touch treatment truth Vespasian violent waking witchcraft witnessed
第 66 頁 - Were my memory as faithful as my reason is then fruitful, I would never study but in my dreams; and this time also would I choose for my devotions: but our grosser memories have then so little hold of our abstracted understandings, that they forget the story, and can only relate to our awaked souls a confused and broken tale of that that hath passed.
第 134 頁 - The minutest incidents of childhood, or forgotten scenes of later years, were often revived; I could not be said to recollect them; for, if I had been told of them when waking, I should not have been able to acknowledge them as parts of my past experience. But placed as they were before me, in dreams like intuitions, and clothed in all their evanescent circumstances and accompanying feeling, I recognised them instantaneously.
第 304 頁 - And I am next of kin ; The guests are met, the feast is set: May'st hear the merry din." He holds him with his skinny hand, "There was a ship," quoth he. "Hold off! unhand me, grey-beard loon!" Eftsoons his hand dropt he. He holds him with his glittering eye — The wedding-guest stood still, And listens like a three years' child: The Mariner hath his will.
第 132 頁 - This possession was rendered more probable by the known fact that she was, or had been, a heretic. Voltaire humorously advises the devil to decline all acquaintance with medical men; and it would have been more to his reputation if he had taken this advice in the present instance. The case had attracted the particular attention of a young physician, and by his statement many eminent physiologists and psychologists visited the town and cross-examined the case on the spot.
第 133 頁 - Anxious inquiries were then, of course, made concerning the pastor's habits, and the solution of the phenomenon was soon obtained. For it appeared that it had been the old man's custom for years to walk up and down a passage of his house into which the kitchen door opened, and to read to himself with a loud voice out of his favourite books.
第 131 頁 - A case of this kind occurred in a Roman Catholic town in Germany a year or two before my arrival at Gottingen,* and had not then ceased to be a frequent subject of conversation. A young woman of four or five and twenty, who could neither read nor write, was seized with a nervous fever ; during which, according to the asseverations of all the priests and monks of the neighborhood, she became possessed, and, as it appeared, by a very learned devil.
第 127 頁 - It consists in the individual recollecting, during a paroxysm, circumstances which occurred in a former attack, though there was no remembrance of them during the interval. This, as well as various other phenomena connected with the affection, is strikingly illustrated in a case described by Dr. Dyce of Aberdeen, in the Edinburgh Philosophical Transactions.
第 131 頁 - A young woman of four or five and twenty, who could neither read nor write, was seized with a nervous fever ; during which, according to the asseverations of all the priests and monks of the neighborhood, she became possessed, and, as it appeared, by a very learned devil. She continued incessantly talking Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, in very pompous tones and with most distinct enunciation.
第 67 頁 - Themistocles therefore that slew his soldier in his sleep, was a merciful executioner, 'tis a kind of punishment the mildness of no laws hath invented; I wonder the fancy of Lucan and Seneca did not discover it. It is that death by which we may be literally said to die daily; a death which Adam died before his mortality; a death whereby we live a middle and moderating point between life and death; in fine, so like death I dare not trust it without my prayers, and an half adieu unto the world, and...