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Testament de Jerome Sharp, professeur de physique amusante : ou l'on trouve parmi plusieurs tours de subtilite, qu'on peut executer sans aucune depense, des preceptes & des exemples sur l'art de faire des chansons impromptu

Testament de Jerome Sharp, professeur de physique amusante : ou l'on trouve parmi plusieurs tours de subtilite, qu'on peut executer sans aucune depense, des preceptes & des exemples sur l'art de faire des chansons impromptu

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Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
"... Decremps wrote and published a series of books purportedly to expose all the tricks of [Giuseppe] Pinetti. The first book, La Magie Blanche, appeared in Paris while Pinetti was still playing there in 1784. The first book was followed by Supplement a la Magie Blanche Devoilee, Testament de Jerome Sharp, Codicille de Jerome Sharp, and others. ... they did have a devastating effect on Pinetti as well as on other practitioners of the mystic art, despite the fact that Decremp's explanations were largely guesswork. ..." D. Price. Magic, 1985, p. 40 ff.
Signatures: a⁸ b² A-V⁸ X⁶ (last leaf blank).
Errata: p. [1], 2nd group of paging.
LC copy wanting final blank.

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Date

01/01/1786
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Contributors

Decremps, Henri, 1746-1826.
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