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An essay on somnambulism, or sleep-walking, produced by animal electricity and magnetism, as well as by sympathy, &c. : as performed by the Rev. John Bell, member of the Philosophical Harmonic Society of France, fellow correspondent to the Museum at Paris, and the only person authorised to teach and practise that science in Great Britain, Ireland, &c.

  • Fournel, M. (Jean-François), 1745-1820.
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1788
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Dublin : Printed for, and to be had of the author, also of Mr. Butler, No. 2, Grafton-Street, and other booksellers, 1788.

Physical description

2 unnumbered pages, 38 pages

Notes

With a half-title.
In fact a translation by Bell of Jean François Fournel's "Essai sur les probabilités du somnambulisme magnétique", London. The first edition has this information on the t.-p. (Porteus).

References note

ESTC, T99653

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  • English

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This material has been provided by University of Bristol Library. The original may be consulted at University of Bristol Library.

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