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It was perhaps easier at the end of the sixteenth century than it is now, to admit the possibility of a practical path to China and India across the pole; for delusions as to climate and geographical configuration then prevalent have long since been dispelled.

Still later: I have sat here in a dull lethargy, undoubtedly induced by my overwrought state, quite understandable in the light of what is to happen in a few hours, my eyes on the seams of the deck, reviewing all the things I have written in my book, preparing myself, a way, for the glorious and triumphant finish. But I am beset by delusions. A moment ago it was the figure of Mrs Dinkman and now

Fly from this scene where crime and its delusions still cling round your brain and your self-deceiving heart. Waste no more time with me. A minute lost may be a soul lost. The avenger of blood is behind you. Run quickly to your own home go up to your secret chamber and there fall down upon your knees before your God and cry loud and long to him for pardon.

'You don't mean that he is out of his mind? said Bessie, with an awe-stricken look. 'No, no; nothing of the kind at least, nothing that is likely to be lasting; but he has delusions sometimes a kind of hysterical affection. Oh, Bessie, I did not want you to know anything; I tried to keep you away.

It was so during the wars at the beginning of the last century, and it is so now. We always reflect after the tragedy has been consummated. Safe and astute administrators are always termed the "old gang" by the political amateurs, and the calamity is that a large public is so often carried away by the flighty delusions of the real cranks who style themselves the saviours of their country.

There is the world with all its vanities, There is the devil with a thousand lies; There are false brethren with their fair collusions, Also false doctrines with their strong delusions; These will us take, yea carry us away From what is good, unless we watch and pray.

It was perhaps easier at the end of the sixteenth century than it is now, to admit the possibility of a practical path to China and India across the pole; for delusions as to climate and geographical configuration then prevalent have long since been dispelled.

"You think Mr. Ramsay likes purple. I heard him say yesterday he thought some of the dark shades of red were stunning." "I don't care," said Maida. "I prefer purple, and them that don't like it can just take the other side of the street." Which suggests the thought that after all, the followers of purple may be subject to slight delusions.

Fairlie that Anne Catherick's mental malady had been aggravated by her long freedom from control, and that the insane hatred and distrust of Sir Percival Glyde, which had been one of her most marked delusions in former times, still existed under a newly-acquired form.

Play in general, too, we now regard as reversionary, and I cannot but believe that many delusions are precisely the same. DR. TOM A. WILLIAMS, Washington, D. C: Dr. Hall has cited the cat-phobia in illustration that the belief that Dr. MacCurdy developed may be one in which there may be philogenetic reasons for the phenomena.

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