1726, English, Book edition: The friendly daemon, or The generous apparition being a true narrative of a miraculous cure, newly perform'd upon that famous deaf and dumb gentleman, Dr. Duncan Campbel, by a familiar spirit that appear'd to him in a white surplice, like a cathedral singing boy. [electronic resource] Daniel Defoe 1661?-1731

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  • 39 p. ;
Published
  • London Printed, and sold by J. Roberts 1726
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The friendly daemon, or The generous apparition being a true narrative of a miraculous cure, newly perform'd upon that famous deaf and dumb gentleman, Dr. Duncan Campbel, by a familiar spirit that appear'd to him in a white surplice, like a cathedral singing boy.
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  • Generous apparition
Author
  • Daniel Defoe 1661?-1731
Other Authors
  • Campbell, Duncan, 1680?-1730.
Published
  • London Printed, and sold by J. Roberts 1726
Medium
  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 39 p. ;
Summary
  • Consists of two letters, supposedly by Campbell, the first dealing with his illness and cure; the second with genii or familiar spirits and a "sympathetic powder" brought from the East. Cf. Dict. nat. biog.
Language
  • English
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