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Animal magnetism : report of Dr. Franklin and other commissioners, charged by the King of France with the examination of the animal magnetism as practised at Paris : translated from the French, with an historical outline of the "science", an abstract of the report on magnetic experiments made by a committee of the Royal Academy of Medicine in 1831, and remarks on Col. Stone's pamphlet.

Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790.
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1837

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Philadelphia : Perkins, 1837.

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58 pages ; 21 cm

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