Book/Printed Material The whole art of legerdemain, or, Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali, and all the celebrated and mysterious professors in the art of natural magic : with full instructions how to perform the various tricks on cards, dice, birds, eggs, rings, &c. as practised before their sublime majesties, the Emperor and Empress of China, the crowned heads of Europe, and the president and people of the United States. Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali. / Hocus pocus, or, The whole art of legerdemain. / Hocus pocus.

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Title
The whole art of legerdemain, or, Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali, and all the celebrated and mysterious professors in the art of natural magic : with full instructions how to perform the various tricks on cards, dice, birds, eggs, rings, &c. as practised before their sublime majesties, the Emperor and Empress of China, the crowned heads of Europe, and the president and people of the United States.
Other Title
Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali.
Hocus pocus, or, The whole art of legerdemain.
Hocus pocus.
Contributor Names
Dean, Henry.
McManus-Young Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Baltimore : C.V. Nickerson, 1830.
Subject Headings
-  Magic tricks
Notes
-  Cover title: Hocus pocus, or, The whole art of legerdemain.
-  Plates are hand colored.
-  Toole-Stott, R. Conjuring, 719
-  Source: Gift of John J. and Hanna M. McManus and Morris N. and Chesley V. Young, Oct. 12, 1955.
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Formerly shelved under: 4 Rare Books
Medium
72 p., [2] folded leaves of plates : 2 col. ill. ; 16 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
GV1547 .W63 1830
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/mcyoung.27197.1
Library of Congress Control Number
93127197
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Cover title: Hocus pocus, or, The whole art of legerdemain. Plates are hand colored. Toole-Stott, R. Conjuring, 719 Source: Gift of John J. and Hanna M. McManus and Morris N. and Chesley V. Young, Oct. 12, 1955. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Formerly shelved under: 4 Rare Books
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https://lccn.loc.gov/93127197
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Dean, Henry, and Mcmanus-Young Collection. The whole art of legerdemain, or, Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali, and all the celebrated and mysterious professors in the art of natural magic: with full instructions how to perform the various tricks on cards, dice, birds, eggs, rings, &c. as practised before their sublime majesties, the Emperor and Empress of China, the crowned heads of Europe, and the president and people of the United States. Baltimore: C.V. Nickerson, 1830. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/93127197/.

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Dean, H. & Mcmanus-Young Collection. (1830) The whole art of legerdemain, or, Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali, and all the celebrated and mysterious professors in the art of natural magic: with full instructions how to perform the various tricks on cards, dice, birds, eggs, rings, &c. as practised before their sublime majesties, the Emperor and Empress of China, the crowned heads of Europe, and the president and people of the United States. Baltimore: C.V. Nickerson. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/93127197/.

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Dean, Henry, and Mcmanus-Young Collection. The whole art of legerdemain, or, Hocus pocus laid open and explained by those renowned masters Sena Sama, Hamed Ben-Ali, and all the celebrated and mysterious professors in the art of natural magic: with full instructions how to perform the various tricks on cards, dice, birds, eggs, rings, &c. as practised before their sublime majesties, the Emperor and Empress of China, the crowned heads of Europe, and the president and people of the United States. Baltimore: C.V. Nickerson, 1830. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/93127197/>.