|Related Names:||Wood, Henry 1834-1909., Lévy, Paul Émile 1869-, Mulford, Prentice 1834-1891.|
Fort-Augustus [Scotland] : Abbey Press, [ca. 1915?]
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"This volume is composed of extracts from a number of books, written with the object of assisting people to adjust themselves to the nervous strain of modern life. ... Part. I is taken from "Your forces and how to use them" by Prentice Mulford; Part II from "The rational education of the will" by Paul Levy; and Part III mainly from "The new thought simplified" by Henry Wood." -- Preface.
"For private circulation only" -- p. [ii]
viii, 158 p. ;
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