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The supernatural philosopher: or, The mysteries of magick, in all its branches, clearly unfolded ... All exemplified in the history of the life and surprizing adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell ... Collected and compiled from the most approved authorities. Wherein is inserted, that most celebrated tract written by Dr. Wallis, The method of teaching deaf and dumb persons to read, write, and understand a language.

Title:The supernatural philosopher: or, The mysteries of magick, in all its branches, clearly unfolded ... All exemplified in the history of the life and surprizing adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell ... Collected and compiled from the most approved authorities. Wherein is inserted, that most celebrated tract written by Dr. Wallis, The method of teaching deaf and dumb persons to read, write, and understand a language.
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Note:London, Printed for E. Curll, 1728
  
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