Universal Conjurer

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The Universal Conjurer , or, The whole art of legerdemain, as practised by the famous Breslaw, Katterfelto, Jonas, Flockton, Comas, and by the greatest adepts in London and Paris : containing a variety of tricks and deceptions with cards, cups, and balls, automaton figures, German puddings, quicksilver, birds, eggs, rings, money, handkerchiefs, watches, &c., never before made public.[1]

Universal Conjurer
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Publication Date1829
LanguageEnglish
Pages28
 

Published in London.

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  1. https://catalyst.library.jhu.edu/catalog/bib_3970348


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