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The Wanderings of a Spiritualist by Doyle

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Illustration: _Photo: Stirling, Melbourne._ ON THE WARPATH IN AUSTRALIA, 1920-21.

_THE WANDERINGS OF A SPIRITUALIST_

BY SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE

AUTHOR OF "THE NEW REVELATION," "THE VITAL MESSAGE," ETC.

"Aggressive fighting for the right is the noblest sport the world affords."

_Theodore Roosevelt._

HODDER AND STOUGHTON LIMITED LONDON

_By SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE_

THE NEW REVELATION

Ninth Edition. Cloth, 5/. net.. Paper, 2/6 net.

"This book is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's confession of faith, very frank, very courageous and very resolute ... the courage and large-mindedness of this book deserve cordial recognition."--DAILY CHRONICLE. "It is a book that demands our respect and commands our interest.... Much more likely to influence the opinion of the general public than 'Raymond' or the long reports of the Society for Psychical Research."--DAILY NEWS.

THE VITAL MESSAGE

Tenth Thousand. Cloth, 5/.

"Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The New Revelation' was his confession of faith. 'The Vital Message' seeks to show our future relations with the Unseen World."--DAILY CHRONICLE. "... it is a clear, earnest presentation of the case, and will serve as a useful introduction to the subject to anyone anxious to learn what the new Spiritualists claim for their researches and their faith.... Sir Arthur writes with evident sincerity, and, within the limits of his system, with much broad-mindedness and toleration."--DAILY TELEGRAPH. "A splendid propaganda book, written in the author's telling and racy style, and one that will add to his prestige and renown."--TWO WORLDS.

SPIRITUALISM AND RATIONALISM

WITH A DRASTIC EXAMINATION OF MR. JOSEPH M'CABE

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's trenchant reply to the criticisms of Spiritualism as formulated by Mr. Joseph M'Cabe. Paper, 1/. net.

_HODDER & STOUGHTON, Ltd., London, E.C.4_

CONTENTS

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CHAPTER I 9

The inception of the enterprise.--The Merthyr Seance.--Experience of British lectures.--Call from Australia.--The Holborn luncheon.--Remarkable testimony to communication.--Is individual proof necessary?--Excursion to Exeter.--Can Spiritualists continue to be Christians?--Their views on Atonement.--The party on the "Naldera."

CHAPTER II 24


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