Mesmerism in Connection with Popular Superstitions - Lectures on Mesmerism - The Seer of Sinai and Other Poems - Lectures on Phrenology Delivered in Edinburgh - Phreno-Physiometrical Characteristics of James Spollin, Who was Tried for the Murder of Mr. Ge
Place Published: London and Edinburgh
Publisher: H. Bailliere / William Tweedie / Sampson Low, Son, & Co.
Date Published: 1855-1858
Edition: First edition and Second edition
Binding: Leather bound
Book Id: 22288
129; 93; 92; 69; 79pp. Sextodecimo [16 cm] 3/4 brown leather with marbled paper covered boards, raised bands and blind stamped designs on the spines. Marbled edges. Very good. The covers are rubbed. The spine is faded. The underlying boards are exposed along the edges. There is a former owner's bookplate on the front pastedown. The edges of the endsheets are darkened.
With fold-out facsimile chart at the rear- "Fac-similies of James Spollin's Address to the Public, Agreement with, and Receipt to Mr. Bridges." There is a two inch closed tear in the chart. J. W. Jackson also wrote "The Peoples of Europe and the War in the East," and "The Origin and Destiny of the Caucasian Race." Contents include Death Omens, Seerdom and Oracles, Rustic Sorcery, Village Ghosts and Fairies, and much more. Numerous charts.