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A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare

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A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare
A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare Cover, written by John Waller
A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare Cover, written by John Waller
Author(s) John Waller
Publisher E. Cox and Son
Publication date 1816 With Reissues
Media type Various Formats
Length 115 Pages
ASIN B00D1D4MYI (Reprint)

For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).


A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare eBook Reissue Cover, written by John Waller

A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare is a paper written by John Waller. The work is an examination of the beliefs and understandings of what nightmares are and the connection to them of Incubi.


Overview

  • Title: A Treatise on the Incubus or Nightmare
  • Author: John Waller
  • Published By: E. Cox and Son
  • Length: 115 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00D1D4MYI (Reprint)
  • Publishing Date: 1816 (Reprinted many times)


Plot Summary

A teatrise on the incubus or nightmare, disturbed sleep. terrific dreams and nocturnal visions. With the means of removing these distressing complaints. The enjoyment of comfortable and undisturbed sleep, is certainly to be ranked amongst the greatest blessings which heaven has bestowed on mankind; and it may be considered as one of the best criterions of a person enjoying perfect health. On the contrary, any disturbance which occurs in the enjoyment of this invaluable blessing, may be considered a decisive proof of some derangement existing in the animal economy, and a consequent deviation from the standard of health.


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