Punch,  17 (1849), 155.

The Most Wonderful Instance of Clairvoyance



News-Commentary, Drollery


Mesmerism, Spiritualism, Exhibitions

    Reports on news of a 'young lady' who, in a mesmeric state, discerned several pictures in the Vernon Gallery. Punch regards this as 'the most extraordinary instance of clairvoyance' because it establishes that 'there are pictures in the Vernon Gallery!'

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