Startling Facts in Modern Spiritualism

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Religio-Philosophical Publishing House, 1875 - 543 頁
 

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34And writes of family matters 50Exhausting the medium Feel
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118The ladies did not keep
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38The Yankees recognize spirit 54Spirits retain their personal
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55Spirits Information limited 72Power as a speaker
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57The effect of living in an at miles of him A polar wave
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59Who can answer it as he did ? enhood Thomas G Forster
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60Startling tests given by pic shut
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61Mother is here Explana Scripture Miss Lizzie Doten
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62No theory yet given to ex mediums
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63Mother Speer identifies her suggestion of falsehood Bar
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64Her great impartiality Care 78A Modoc trancemedium
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66Have seen a thousand let are shut
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68Terminate my investigation 82A Soapbath and hatthief
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69Caution to investigators Me84Several of his mistakes Holt
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PAGR PAGR
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89Never trust a secret to a ism oppressed by such media
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92Her mission fulfilled ment Her sister speaks
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96Mixed mediumship Davis which we enter Mr Daviss
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98Thought is the standard ofl of a Body
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100Accept the priest and be a First time
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pearance
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SMITH STREET
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154Can not continue Jim 171Pinkroot and senna
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156Her chiidren living in the 173A preachers devilwork
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received my name 175He discovereth Dr Frank
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160Confusion of ideas Shilly God is impersonal and can
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162The eye and ear attest No the religion of science
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166Preachers and editors led by 181Holds circles at home
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168No charge for manifesta spiritvows Her metal
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188Jobs sores A bad case of cis
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194Mrs Holliss first visit darkness
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200New band at the slate swered Stubbornness of facts
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PAGR PAGR
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301Fircsimile of Neys drawing salute
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305Mrs Hollis in the cabinet
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306Spirits look like shadows 317New cabinet and new
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310Spirits write in the light 322Visit Mr Charles Reemelin
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312A recess See my mothers 325A cabinet seance Faces
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326A second seance A mothers ham Katie Kerns and Celia
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332Mr Plimptons conclusions 348A family cabinet scance
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336Mr Plimpton in the dark could not materialize
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338Sympathies with their earth attractive magnetisms
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PAGR Piatt goes for the brute
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362Stephen A Douglas comes 371Influence of old earth con
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384Phonographic reporting in 401Communications from Joseph
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390Reception in the spiritland Messages from Piatts friends
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396Nolans views of marriage Fisher makes a great effort
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416Mr Vickerss statement I Cincinnati An entire room
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418The writing itself very start ness experiment on Sunday
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422Mr Vickerss conclusion Ef 435Old Ski A number
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424A few mild observations on friends
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428A trip South Mental con 441Several interviews Faces
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430A spiritual picnic Manifes womin fades at the aperture
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446Ney approves the room A A sharp criticism Mental
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450Three spirits at once Elec 464Bankers in a circle Tricks
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451Six spirits in tableau Joseph463An astonishment Im
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452A number of citizens meet a 466Lewis dazed Ventriloquism
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454Thunderstorm breaks up al as good as they
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456Jim Nolan a Freemason der of General Canby Significa
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474A dark circle Josephine wasted time Josephine
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476The spirits brush my hair l 490Josephines twentieth letter
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480 Pleased with the circle Sel alone Aunt Betsy
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482Captain Air and Judge Berry 495Josephine devout Nolan
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486The time given Josephines fluence of whisky
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The Thought Indicator
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