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The general and particular principles of animal electricity and magnetism, &c. in which are found Dr. Bell's secrets and practice, as Delivered To His Pupils In Paris, London, Dublin, Bristol, Glocester, Worcester, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Shrewsbury, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester, &c.&c. Shewing how to Magnetise and Cure different Diseases; to produce Crises, as well as Somnambulism, or Sleep-Walking; and in that State of Sleep to make a Person eat, drink, walk, sing and play upon any Instruments they are used to, &c. to make Apparatus and other Accessaries to produce Magnetical Facts; also to Magnetise Rivers, Rooms, Trees, and other Bodies, animate and inanimate; to raise the Arms, Legs of a Person awake, and to make him rise from his Chair; to raise the Arm of a Person absent from one Room to another; also to treat him at a Distance. All the New Experiments and Phenomena are explained
- Bell, John, professor of animal magnetism.
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. 1745-1820.
Statuvolism, or artificial somnambulism, hitherto called mesmerism or animal magnetism : containing a brief historical survey of Mesmer's operations and the examination of the same by the French commissioners : the identity of these conditions with other states and mysteries : together with an account of several obstetrical cases delivered while in this state, the proper method of preparing subjects for surgical operations, their management during and after the same, and the latest and best method of curing disease, etc. in those persons who are in that condition
- Fahnestock, Wm. Baker 1804-1886.