Your Forces, and How to Use Them - White Cross Library, Vol. III.

New York: F. J. Needham, 1913. Reprint. Hardcover. Small octavo. Eccentrically paginated [approx. 200pp.] Original cloth gilt-lettered on spine & front board, with gilt cross in red pyramid design on front board. Prentice Mulford (1834–1891) was a noted literary humorist and California author, who helped found the New Thought movement. Mulford wrote essays and poetry as well as a number of books on mental/spiritual laws including his "The White Cross Library" dealing in the topic Thought Currents and How to Use Them. This is Volume III (only) of that series. Chapter headings: The Practical Use Of Reverie; Your Two Memories; SelfTeaching Or The Art Of Learning How To Learn; How To Push Your Business; The Religion Of The Drama; The Uses Of Sickness; Who are our Relations?; The Use Of A Room; Man And Wife; Cure For Alcoholic Intemperance; The Mystery Of Sleep Or Our Double Existence; The Church Of Silent Demand. Corners and spine ends bumped and chafed, light overall rubbing to boards and edges, endpaper split slighty at inner hinges and hinges slightly shaken but holding well, pages toned, else a clean about VG copy. (no dust jacket if called for). Item #62158

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