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The

Psychological Review

A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OF

SPIRITUALISM & PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH.

VOL. III.

JULY TO DECEMBER, 1881.

LONDON:

E. W. ALLEN, 4 AVE MARIA LANE, E.C.,
AND AT THE OFFICE OF THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW,
4 NEW BRIDGE STREET, LUDGATE CIRCUS, E.C.

1881.

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GLASGOW:

PRINTED BY HAY NISBET AND CO.,

38 STOCKWELL STREET.

CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

Facts versus Materialism,

36
Familiar Talks on Spiritualism, 127
Farmer, J. S., · .45, 95, 185,

216, 234
“Fiery Coats,".

138
Form Manifestations and Weigh-
ing,

191
“Forms that have Passed Away,' 216
Future Life, Dr. Caird on a, 49

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Advance and Review,” . 109
Apparition Seen by Two Persons
at Same Time,

43
“Banner of Light,” 64, 105,

148, 202, 249
Barrett, Prof., W. F., 127, 163
Beard's, Dr., Experiments in
Hypnotism, :

112

Belief in Apparitions,

Bennett, E. T., -

32, 82

Brief Mentions, -

98

Brief Notices of Books and

Pamphlets,

46

British Guiana, Spiritualism in, 2

British National Association of

Spiritualists,

47

Buddhism and Western Thought,

115, 169

Building Funds and Spiritualist

Societies,

3

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Caird, Dr., on a Future Life, 49

Campbell, J. A.,

91

Carlyle on his Father's Death,

Children of Spiritualists, Illus-
trated Monthly for the,

97
"Chaine Magnetique, La,

103

Christian Church and Miracles, 81

Christian Saints: their Method
and their Power,

204
Chicago Times,

201
Chinese, Psychological Pheno-
mena amongst tle,

42
Church Congress and Spiritual-
ism,

96, 185

Clairvoyance,

29

Constancia,”:

13

Corner, Caroline,

273

Contemporary Spiritual Opinion,

Monthly Summary of, 6,

51, 99, 143, 197, 246

Credentials of Spiritualism, 215

Crosland, Newton,

29

Immortality, A New Basis of

Belief in,

45

Impossible, The,

215
Indian Prophet, An, -

136
Indian Supernaturalism,

263
In Vision Land,

273
Is Evil Good ?

126
Jencken, H. D.,

245
“Journal of Science, The,” 148
Karma,

66
Knocking Ghost near Notting-
ham, A,

260

Legal Disabilities of Spiritualists, 94

Licht, Mehr Licht, 59, 103

"Light," 6, 53, 99, 143, 198, 246

Lillie, A., -

263
Lines on which Spiritualism is
Spreading, The,

95
" Little Hands and Little
Hearts,

97

“M. A.” (Oxon.), 17, 115, 155,

169, 233

Massey, C. C.,

66

“Medium and Daybreak, 9,

55, 101, 146, 197, 248

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“Messager de Liege," · 14, 60, 254 Spirit Indications in Holy Writ, 124
Miller's Psychometric Cir- Spiritual Laws, -

39
cular,“.
107 Literature, Early,

95

“ Mind and Matter."

12, 62 Research,

196

- Moniteur de la Federation

Organisation,

37

Belge,

14 Opinion, Monthly Summary

Monthly Summary of Contem-

of Contemporary, 6, 51, 99,

porary Spiritual Opinion, 6.

143, 197, 246

51, 99, 143, 197, 246 Spiritualism amongst Savage

Modern Theology and Spirit-

Tribes,

75

talism,

92

Familiar Talks on,

127

Ministry of Spirits, The,

239 and Mr. Spurgeon,

93

Miracles, The Christian Church

and the Globe News-

and,

81

paper,

179

Myers (F. W. H.), Renan, anıl

and the Religious Press, 234
the Miraculous,

82 at the Church Congress, 96, 185
Mystical Death, The,

in Norway,

140

The Raison D'Etre of, 46

Need of the Age, The,

165

Occultism and,

New Basis of Belief in Im-

Denton, Darwinism, and, 32

mortality,

45 in British Guiana,

Newman, F. W.,

39

The Week's News on, 139

Notes and Comments, 1, 47, 93, “Spiritualist Newspaper," The,
139, 185, 234

7, 51, 99, 145, 197, 247

Spiritualist Societies and Build-
Obituary-H. D. Jencken, 245 ing Funds,

3
Occultism and Spiritualism, 17 “Spectator, The," on the Re-

surrection,

141
Peebles, Dr.,

96, 126 Spurgeon, Mr., on Spiritualism, 93
Philosophy of Spiritualism, 203 Studies in Elementary Psycho-
Plymouth Free Spiritual Society, 5 logy,

91
Present-Day Problems,
95 ! Sufis, The,

155
Psychische Studien,”

15, 65 Supernatural in History, The, 25

Psychography in America,

40 1

Amongst the Chinese, 243 “Telegraph, The," on Ghosts, 195

Psychological Phenomena Test of Authority in Matters of

amongst the Chinese,

42 Fact, The, -

39

Psychological Review, Re. Thought-Reading:

163

vival of the..

1 Thoughts Regarding the Mysti-

Psychological Review,” Public

cal Death,

222

Opinion on the,

47 "Theosophist, The,

," 110, 153, 251

Tuttle, Hudson,

37
Raison D'Etre of Spiritualism, 46 “Two Worlds, The,” 140, 200, 249
“Religio-Philosophical Journal,”
11, 106, 151, 201, 250 Union of Friends,

258

Religious Press and Spiritual.

ism,

234 Vindictive Spirit Overruled by

Renan, F. w. H. Myers, and

Superior Power,

49

Spiritualism,

Results of Seizing a Spirit Form, 183 “Watcbman, The,"

108

Resurrection, “ The Spectator

Watts, A. M. H., 75, 86,

on the, -

141

138, 22:2, 239, 260

Revista de Estudios Psicol. “Week's News, The," on Spirit-

ogicos, -

58 ualism,

139

Revival of “Psychological Re-

.

Weighing and Form Manifesta-

view,”.

1 tions,

191

Revue Spirite, Le,” 16, 252 Western Thought, Buddhism

“Rots, De,”

104, 255 and,

115, 169

What Spiritualism Teaches Con-

Sargent, Epes,

39, 46

cerning Death,

135

Scientific View of Spiritualism, 194 Wood, Miss, Seance with,

3

Seance with Miss Wood,

3 Wyld, G., M.D.,

204

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THE

PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW.

JULY, 1881.

NOTES AND COMMENTS.

THE REVIVAL OF “THE PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW." In introducing the Psychological Review afresh to the notice of those interested in Spiritualism and cognate studies, it is probably desirable for historical purposes to place on record The fact of its revival after an interregnum of fifteen months, and also to state briefly the position it will occupy with regard to the movement.

As already announced in a prospectus which has been pretty widely circulated, our main object will be to supply succinct and compendious information concerning the facts and phenomena of Spiritualism. giving that word its widest meaning; and in particularising the points thereby involved, we may instance the following: (1) To set forth the phenomena in such an accurately

recorded form as may commend the subject to the

attention of the general public: (2) To add its quota to the sifting and tabulation of the

vast accumulation of facts already to hand : (3) To determine and name the subtle forces at work in the

production of the phenomena in question : (4) To discuss the laws which govern, and the philosophy to

which the facts lead up with that clearness and efficiency as may at once satisfy thoughtful readers,

and stimulate investigation. A systematic principle of arrangement will be adopted, and careful analyses made of what each fact seems to prove or

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