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22 May 1859, Edinburgh M.D., Kt, KStJ, D.L., LL.D., Sportsman, Writer, Poet, Politician, Justicer, Spiritualist Crowborough, 7 July 1930

Postcard to James Thin (23 april 1921)

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This postcard was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 23 april 1921 from Windlesham, Crowborough, to James Thin, a Scottish publishing company in Edinburgh.

Probably an order for three books.


To: James Thin, 55 South Bridge, Edinburgh


I could take

2829. Dendy "Philosophy of Mystery" [1]
2859. Ennemoser's Magic. [2]
2959. Halliday's "Greek Divination" [3]

A. Conan Doyle

  1. "Philosophy of Mystery", by Walter Cooper Dendy (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1845).
  2. "The History of Magic", by Joseph Ennemoser (Henry G. Bohn, 1854).
  3. "Greek Divination: A Study of Its Methods and Principles", by William Reginald Halliday (Macmillan 1913).