The Conjurer's Repository

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The Conjurer's Repository
Author?
Publication Date1795
LanguageEnglish
Pages146
 

The Conjurer's Repository or the Whole Art and Mystery of Magic Displayed by the following celebrated characters; Pinetti, Katterfelto, Barrett, Breslaw, Silbley, Lane &c .


This is most like a compilation of various sources. It contains nothing original for its time of publishing, although it is full of information and explains all manner of deceptions from the "Invisible Girl" to "Chinese Shadows" and "Sympathetic Inks".

The frontispiece shows a young lady with her face in a mirror. [1]

References

  1. A Bilbliography of Conjuring, Ellis Stanyon, Magic (Stanyon), September 1901.


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