In Miscellaneous Writings (pp. 47–48 ) Mary Baker Eddy replies to a question as to the conclusions to be drawn from the public exhibitions of a certain mesmerist, who, it was alleged, made a man drunk on water and said that he could produce hypnotically the physical effects of any drug.
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