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 / by Wm. Baker Fahnestock.
- Fahnestock, Wm. Baker 1804-1886.
Animal magnetism (mesmerism) and artificial somnambulism : being a complete and practical treatise on that science, and its application to medical purposes followed by observations on the affinity existing between magnetism and spiritualism ancient and modern / by the Countess C *** de St. Dominique.
- St. Dominique, C., Countess de.
The history of magic / [J. Ennemoser] ; translated from the German by William Howitt. To which is added an appendix of the most remarkable and best authenticated stories of apparitions, dreams, second sight, somnambulism, predictions, divination, witchcraft, vampires, fairies, table-turning, and spirit-rapping selected by Mary Howitt.
- Ennemoser, Joseph, 1787-1854.