GLIMPSES OF THE SUPERNATURAL. BEING FACTS, RECORDS AND TRADITIONS RELATING TO DREAMS, OMENS, MIRACULOUS OCCURRENCES, APPARITIONS, WRAITHS, WARNINGS, SECOND-SIGHT, WITCHCRAFT, NECROMANCY, ETC. Edited by The Rev. Frederick George Lee, D. C. L., Vicar of All Saints,' Lambeth. London: Henry S. King and Co. 65, Cornhill, and 12, Paternoster Row, 1875. Octavo, two volumes: [i-vii] viii-ix [xii-xvi]  2-291 [292: blank]; [i-vi] [1-3] 4-249 [250: blank], original pictorial bevel-edged brown cloth stamped in black and gold, slate coated endpapers. First edition. A compendium of supernatural phenomena similar to Catherine Crowe's THE NIGHT SIDE OF NATURE (1849). "He makes no secret of his own profound faith in the reality of the phenomena he is handling ... But it is not at all necessary to agree with his conclusions in order to take an interest in the work ... We are certainly not aware of any work which affords so copious or well-arranged an assortment of material bearing on the subject." - Saturday Review. Crowe, Witchcraft Catalogue, p. 342. "Dominican Fathers Edinburgh" stamps on title pages and elsewhere. Cloth rubbed at edges, partial hairline crack to inner front hinge that is still holding tight, a bit of rubbing to cloth, a very good copy. Scarce. (#170010).
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