Your Forces, and How to Use Them - White Cross Library, Vol. V. Prentice MULFORD.

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

New York: F. J. Needham, 1912. Reprint. Hardcover. Small octavo. Eccentrically paginated [approx. 200pp.], ii pages adverts. 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 V (only) of that series. Chapter headings: Mental Tyranny; Spells Or The Law Of Change; Look Forward; Thought Currents; Healthy And Unhealthy Spirit Communion; Uses Of Diversion; Regeneration Or Being Born Again; Lies Breed Disease Truths Bring Health; God's Commands Are Mans Demands; About Economizing Our Forces; God In The Trees Or The Infinite Mind In Nature; What is Justice? Cloth a bit rubbed and spot faded with a few marks, spine ends and corners lightly bumped and chafed, page edges darkened, bookshop inkstamp and adhesive from removal of bookplate on front pastedown, ink stamp on blank opposite title page, inside front hinge cracked but holding, pages toned and a few with creases. Still an unmarked near-VGcopy. (no dust jacket if called for). Item #62164

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