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Reginald Scot On Gambling and Cheating The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVII) 188
Reginald Scot The conclusion, wherin the reader is referred to certeine patterns of instruments wherewith diverse feats heere specified are to be executed final comments on the chapter about juggling (= magic) The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXXIII) 199
Reginald Scot Of private confederacie, and of Bandons pigeon on using stooges, for example for burnt and rediscovered cardRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XIII) 174
Reginald Scot Of publike confederacie, and whereof it consisteth on stooges The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XIV) 175
Reginald Scot How men have beene abused with words of equivocation, with sundrie examples thereof on cold reading and claiming coincidences The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XV) 175
Reginald Scot The art of juggling discovered, and in what points it dooth principallie consist introduction to sleight-of-hand section
- In what respects juggling is tolerable and also commendable
- The three rpincipall points wherein legierdemaine or nimblenes of hand dooth consist
The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXII) 182
Richard Kaufman Introduction about Reginald Scot's card section CardMagic 59
Unknown Control with Cover Cards Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card section, card controlled to fifth from the bottomRelated to CardMagic 60
Unknown Bottom Stock Jog Shuffle old style shuffling motions, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 61
Unknown How to deliver out four aces, and convert them into four knaves. four times glide, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 62
Unknown Injog Glide old style glide, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 62
Richard Kaufman Card to Pocket Climax to a routine from Reginald Scot's "Discovery of Witchcraft" CardMagic 64
Unknown How to tell what card he sees on the bottom, when the same card is shuffled into the stock. bold force of bottom card, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 64
Unknown Another way to do the same, having yourself indeed never seen the card. Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 64
Unknown To tell one without confederacy what card he thinks of. one of three, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 65
Unknown How to tell what card any man thinks of, how to convey it into the kernel of a nut or cherrystone, and the same again into another's pocket prediction in nut, stooge thinks of this card, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 65
Unknown how to make one draw the same or any card you like Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 65
Unknown Of private confederacy. burned card appears somewhere, Richard Kaufman's transcription of Reginald Scot's card sectionRelated to CardMagic 66