A Thought-Reader’s Thoughts:Being the Impressions and Confessions of Stuart Cumberland：Being the Impressions and Confessions of Stuart Cumberland（Cambridge Library Collection - Spiritualism and Esoteric Knowledge）
Although famous throughout Europe for his mind-reading skills, Stuart C. Cumberland (1857–1922) was a staunch critic of the ’rascality’ of some spiritualist practices. In this 1888 work he narrates his own history and career and describes some of his most memorable séances, including a ’reading’ of W. E. Gladstone.
1. My first ’subject’; 2. A believer in ’willing’; 3. Russian superstition; 4. Notable people at the séance; 5. The late Kaiser Wilhelm; 6. The land of Mañana; 7. The Portuguese and Spaniards contrasted; 8. Arabi, the Egyptian; 9. About nationalities; 10. The use of thought-reading.