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DOCTOR OF THE MEDICAL FACULTY OF PARIS; LATE PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY
AT THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL; FELLOW OF THE SOCIETY OF SCIENCES
AND ARTS OF THE DEP. DE LA MARNE; LATE PROFESSOR

OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF MEXICO, ETC.

Truth-eabsolute Truth, shall never die. It is eternal, like the infinitely wise and gracious God.
Men max disregard it for a time, until the period arrives when its rays, according to the determi-
nation of Heaven, shall irresistibly break through the mists of prejudice, and like Aurora, and the
opening day, shed a beneficent light, clear and inextinguishable, over the generations of men."

Rev. Mr. Barrett's Lectures, I. p. 4.

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M. DCCC XLVI.

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Entered, accordivg to the Act of Congress, in the year 1846,

By TŅEODORE LEGER, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United seatės for ypre

Distriot of New York.

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“Those who at once deny the possibility of the facts of Magnetism, and refuse it an investigation, seem to us to reason most illogically: they admit precisely that which is questioned; for to dare to say, “This is possible, and that is not, implies necessarily the pretension of having been initiated into all the mysteries of creation.

“Therefore, in all cases, before we pronounce, we must examine. And ever that is insufficient: we must, in our examination, preserve our mind free from prejudice.”-REPORT made to the Royal Academy of Medicine, Paris, on the 25th o. March, 1838, by Drs. GUENEAU and BOUSQUET,

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