Punch,  40 (1861), 120.

Spiritualism and Quarter-day



Essay, Drollery


Spiritualism, Commerce, Domestic Economy

    Describes how the 'motive power' imparted to furniture 'by the aid of a medium' might be used to frighten rent-collectors away from the properties which they own and from whose tenants they seek payment. Concludes that the sight of 'bewitched goods and chattels' will scare off the 'Man in Possession'.

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