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> Book Visitor Concerning This Book:< a href=" https://archive.org/details/modernmagicpract00hoff_0" rel=" nofollow" > Catalog Access View All Images:< a href=" https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/bookidmodernmagicpract00hoff_0" > All Images From Book Click right here to< a href=" https://archive.org/stream/modernmagicpract00hoff_0/modernmagicpract00hoff_0#page/n153/mode/1up" rel=" nofollow "> view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online versionof this publication. Text Appearing Before Image: ing the pack upright in his right-hand man, thethumb on one side, and the third and also fourthfingers on the other, with the face of the pack tothe target market (see Fig. 45), he causes the cardsto increase one at a time by pressing them up from theback by an alternate activity of the very first andsecond fingers (which need to previously beslightly dampened). If the face of the cards isheld rather to the spectators, it will certainly be impossiblefor them to discover that the cards do not risefrom the center of the pack. We have actually been much more prolix compared to we could have preferred in thedescription of this method, however minute information are the really heart of con-juring. The experience of Horace, Brevis esse laboro, olscurusfaapplies with strange pressure to the magic art; and also if we occasionallyirritate the visitor of quick concern by as well wonderful minuteness, hemust bear in mind that we have, regarding we can, to prepare for everypossible question, as well as that a solitary factor left unusual might renderuseless an otherwise mindful description.
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Fig. 45. The Jumping Cards.– Two or three Card * hwing been DRAWN, RETURNED, AND ALSO MIXED MAKING THEM DIVE GUT OF the Pack.– This trick is rather similar in working to that of thorising cards as performed in the hand, which we have just described.The program of both techniques is specifically the same up to the pointwhen, both or 3 cards having actually been drawn and returned;, you CONTEMPORARY MAGIC. have obtained them all to the top of the pack. Right here, nevertheless, the resem-blance discontinues. In today situation you drop the whole pack right into anopen-mouthed box, produced that purpose, and also introduce that, althoughthe chosen cards have been replaced in different components of the pack, andthe whole have given that been thoroughly shuffled, you have only to blowupon them in order to divide them noticeably from the rest of the pack.You blow upon package appropriately, when the picked cards in-stantly fly out of the pack, climbing to a height of 3 or four feet, andfall on the table. The trick of the trick, apart from the
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Image from page 154 of “Dedicated citizenship” (1922)
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ut i jkIrogues gallery at the left. Keep in mind the likewise, the authorities could have the ability to deteniiine whether exist is being souglit for criminal offense commitlcd cisewliere.Police organization. At the head of tlie policedepartment in a lot of huge cities is a civilian policecommissioner or a board of cortiniissioners.( > ither ap-pointed 1) llie mayor or ehnted b tlie people.( Thehead of the cops division>is designated by thegovernor of the state in the cases of St. Louis. Bos-ton, Baltimore, Kansas City, Missouri, and also a couple of 142 Devoted Citizenship various other cities. )A board of cops commissioners hasusually not worked well, and to choose its membersis clearly a violation of the short-ballot principle.Below the noncombatant head of the department comes achief of cops, who belongs to the uniformedforce. Below the chief, the pressure is arranged in amilitary way with captains, lieutenants, and ser-geants. Large cities are split into precincts, eachof which is usu Note Concerning Photos Please note that these images are drawn out from scanned web page images that could have been electronically improved for
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reeds, the density of a small Bent. These are made verynit civ. BO that they part, and are tractable in their hands. They are fifty-one innumber,-their length abont 7 inches. When they play, they throw part of them totheir villain. The art is to uncover, after view, the amount of you have, as well as whatyon throw to him that has fun with you. Some are so professional at their numbers thatthey will tell 10 times together what they toss out of their hands. Although thewhole play is carried on Avith the quickest activity it is feasible to use, yet some areso professional at this video game regarding win excellent Indian Estates by this Play. A great collection ofthese reeds fit to play withal are valued and cost a dressed doe-skin. The tirst video game described by Roger Williams3 in his Chapter on Gaming is a gamelike unto the English Cards, yet rather than Cards they play with solid Rushes.In his vocabulary he gives Akesuog: they are at cards, or informing Thrills; Pissinnd- Text Showing up After Photo: Fig. 208. ROD AND COVEE USED IN FAN TAN. Size of pole,
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3J inches.Canton, China. Cat. Nos. 7159, 7160, Museum of Archaeology, University of Pennsylvania. ganaah: their playing Rushes; Ntakesemin: I am a telling or counting; for theirplay is a kind of Arithmatick. Strachey located this video game among the Indians in Vir-ginia. He explains it as adheres to Dice play, or cardes, or lotts, they understand not, exactly how be it they utilize a video game after rushes a lot like primero, where they card anddiscard and also lay a risk or two, and so win or shed. Mr. Davis points out other recommendations to the game by Daddies Brebeuf,4 Boucher,5 Lafitau,6 Charlevoix,7 aud Beverly/ uone which throw any kind of added light upon it. Nicholas Perrot, Meinoire sur les Mceurs, Coustumes et Relligion des Sauvages dePAmenque Septentrionale, Leipzig as well as Paris, 1867.- John Lawsou, Background of North Carolina, London, 1718, p. 176. The people whosecustoms are defined by him an; Catawba, Tuskeruro( Tuscarora ), Pampticon Note Concerning Pictures Please keep in mind that these photos are extracted from checked web page pictures that might have been electronicallyimproved for readability -pigmentation and also appearance of these illustrations might not perfectly look like the original work.