Parlour Magic

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Parlour Magic
AuthorAnonymous
PublisherWhitehead & Co.
Publication Date1838
LanguageEnglish
 

Table of Contents

  • SLEIGHTS AND SUBTLETIES
  • 125: The Ring and the Handkerchief
  • 126: The Knotted Handkerchief
  • 128: The Invisible Springs
  • 129: The Miraculous Apple
  • 130: The Self-balanced Pail
  • 130: The Phantom at command
  • 132: The Miraculous Shilling
  • 133: The homotive Shilling
  • 134: The Penetrative Sixpence
  • 134: The Vanishing S i n c e
  • 135: To make a six pence balance and spin on its edge on the point of a Needle
  • 135: The Multiplying Coin
  • 136: The Wonderful Hat
  • 136: To bring a Person down upon a Feather
  • 137: The Apparent Impossibility
  • 137: An Omelet cooked in a Hat over the Flame of a Candle
  • 138: The Impossible Omelet
  • 138: Go if you can
  • 138: The Figure Puzzle
  • 138: The Visible Invisible
  • 139: The Double Meaning
  • 139: Quite tired out
  • 139: Something out of the Common
  • 140: To rub one Sixpence into two
  • 140: Magic Circle
  • 141: The Forcing Peat
  • 143: The Nerve Peat
  • 144: The Turn-over Feat
  • 144: To tell the Name of a Card thought of
  • 145: A Card thought of by one Person to be found in a part of the Pack named by another Person
  • 146: To tell the Names of the Cards by the Weight
  • 148: The Queens going to dig for Diamonds
  • 149: The Card in the Egg
  • 152: The Ingenious Confederacy
  • 155: The Changeable Carda
  • 157: Hold it Fast!


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