Punch,  24 (1853), 253.

A Chance for Clairvoyance



News-Commentary, Drollery


Mesmerism, Telegraphy, Commerce

Publications cited:

The Times

    Discusses the possibility of making a fortune 'on the strength of a somnambulist's prediction respecting anybody's decease', and wonders why stock-jobbers have not 'availed themselves of clairvoyance', a power which could 'supersede the Electric Telegraph'.

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