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Perhaps there was really a magnetism about the mesmerist; perhaps there was even more magnetism about the man mesmerized.
For her own part, she had reason to believe that he practised animal magnetism, and, if such things were in fashion nowadays, should be apt to suspect him of studying the Black Art up there in his lonesome chamber.
The magnetism which arranges tribes and races in one polarity is alone to be respected; the men are steel- filings.
Burch; "with her voice, and her magnetism, and her gift of language.