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1.-1. A Popular History of British Zoophytes or Corallines.
By the Rev. D. Landsborough, D.D., A.L.S., &c., &c.
2. A Popular History of British Sea-weeds, comprising
their Structure, Fructification, Specific Characters,
Arrangement, and General Distribution, with Notices
of some of the Fresh-water Algae. By the Rev. D.
Landsborough, A.L.S., &c., &c. London, 1851.
3. Gosse's Rambles of a Naturalist on the Devonshire
Coast. (Van Voorst.) London, 1852.
4. Gosse's Aquarium. (Van Voorst.) London, 1854.
5. The Sea-side Book. By Professor Harvey. (Van
Voorst.) London, 1849.
6. Things of the Sea Coast. By Ann Pratt. (Society
for Promoting Christian Knowledge.) London, 1850, 1
VI.-1. Medical Notes and Reflections. By Sir Henry Hol-
land, Bart., M.D., F.R.S., &c., Fellow of the Royal
College of Physicians, Physician-Extraordinary to
the Queen, and Physician in Ordinary to His Royal
Highness Prince Albert. London, 1840. 8vo.
2. Chapters on Mental Physiology. By Sir Henry
Holland, Bart., M.D., F.R.S., &c., founded chiefly
on Chapters contained in “ Medical Notes and Re-
flections,” by the same Author. London, 1852.
3. Researches on Magnetism, Electricity, Heat, Light,
Crystallization, and Chemical Attraction, in their
Relations to the Vital Force. By Karl Baron von
Reichenbach, Ph. D. Translated and edited, at the
express desire of the Author. By William Gregory,
M.D., Professor of Chemistry in the University of
Edinburgh. Parts 1 and 2. 8vo. London, 1850.
4. Physico-Physiological Researches on the Dynamics of
Magnetism, Electricity, Heat, Light, Crystallization,
and Chemism, in their relation to the Vital Force.
By Baron Charles von Reichenbach. The complete
Work, with Preface, by John Ashburner, M.D.
London, 1851. 8vo. Pp. 610.
5. Isis Revelata. By J. C. Colquhoun, Esq. 2 vols.
Svo. Edinburgh, 1844.
6. An History of Magic, Witchcraft, and Animal Mag-
netism. By J. C. Colquhoun, Esq. 2 vols. 8vo.
7. Lectures illustrative of Certain Local Nervous Affec-
tions. By Sir Benjamin C. Brodie, Bart., F.R.S.
8vo. London, 1837. Pp. 88.
8. Hypnotic Therapeutics, illustrated by Cases, with an
Appendix on Table Moving and Spirit Rapping.
By James Braid, M.R.C.S. London, 1853. Pp. 44.
9. Neurypnology; or the Rationale of Nervous Sleep
considered in relation to Animal Magnetism. By
James Braid, M.R.C.S.E. London, 1843. 12mo.
10. The Epidemics of the Middle Ages. From the Ger-
man of Hecker. By B. G. Babington, M.D., F.R.S.
8vo. London, 1814. P. 418.
11. The Power of the Mind over the Body. By James
Braid, M.R.C.S.E., &c. London, 1846. 12mo.
12. Mesmerism in India. By James Esdaile, M.D.
London, 1846. 12mo. Pp. 286.
13. Facts in Clairvoyance. By John Ashburner, M.D.
London, 1848. 8vo. Pp. 32.
14. Zoistic Magnetism, containing Original Views and
Investigations respecting this Mysterious Agency.
By the Rev. W. Scoresby, D.D., F.R.S., &c. London,
1849. 8vo. Pp. 144.
15. Letters on Animal Magnetism. By William Gregory,
M.D., F.R.S.E., &c. London, 1851. Pp. 528.
16. Observations on Trance, or Human Hybernation.
By James Braid, M.R.C.S.E. London, 1850. Pp. 72.
17. Electro-Biological Phenomena. By James Braid,
M.R.C.S.E. Edinburgh, 1851. Pp. 33.
18. The Introduction of Mesmerism as an Anästhetic
and Curative Agent. By James Esdaile, M.D.
Perth, 1852. 8vo. Pp. 46.
19. The Magnetoscope. By T. Leger. London, 1852.
8vo. Pp. 68.
20. Magic, Witchcraft, Animal Magnetism, Hypnotism,
and Electro-Biology. By James Braid, M.R.C.S.
London, 1852. Pp. 122.
21. A Few Sober Words of Table Talk about Table
Spirits, and the Rev. N. S. Godfrey's Incantations.
By John Prichard, F.R.C.S. Leamington, 1833.
8vo. Pp. 20.
22. Human Electricity, the Means of its Development.
By J. O. N. Rutter, F.R.A.S. 12mo. London,
1851. Pp. 244.
23. Fiends, Ghosts, and Sprites, including an Account
of the Origin and Nature of a Belief in the Super-
natural. By John Nethen Radcliffe. London, 1854.
12mo. Pp. 276.
24. Observations on Mental Education. By Professor
Faraday. London, 1854.
25. Literature, Art, and Science, considered as Means
of Elevating the Popular Mind. By the Rev. G. E.
Biber, LL.D., Ph. D. London, 1854. Pp. 24.
26. De la Baguette Divinatoire, du Pendule dit Explora-
teur, et des Tables Tournantes. Par M. E. Chevreul,
Membre de l'Institut. Paris, 1854. Pp. 258.
Esprits Frappeurs. Par Dr. Schiff, Comptes Rendus,
&c. 12th June 1854.
28. Letters on Table Moving; or the Recent Miracle at
Tramutola, and on the Influence of Animal Motion on
Attraction. By A. B. London, 1853. Pp. 20, 179