By Stewart James
Mythical encyclopedia for magicians comprises over one hundred fifty methods: Loop the Loop, Jamison's Severed Rope, The Tarbell Rope secret, The Encore Rope Trick, Eddie Clever’s Triple reduce regimen, Bachelor's Needle and plenty of extra. step by step directions and over 500 illustrations provide help to grasp those impressive feats.
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Died on December 6. 1817. See genealogical chart. 22. Marguerite Rosalie Metivie, born in Blois on December 28. 1785. died on August 4. 1872. See genealogical chart. 23. In his memoirs, Robert-Houdin "generously" gave the rank of colonel to this soldier, whose teachings he had greatly appreciated. Jean Chavigny. Le Roman dun artiste. Robert-Houdin. renovateur de la Magie blanche. Imprimerie Lhermitte. 68. Rue des Ponts-Chartrains. Blois - Vienne, (1943). p. 28. 24. Memoirs of Robert-Houdin. op.
His quality education would have been a precious advantage in the complicated relationship of nomads with the authorities, and his talents as a mechanician and artist could only have improved the condition of the equipment and the show. In the first French edition of the Memoirs of Robert-Houdin, chapter 4, "Physionomy of the Mountebank-Conjurer," there is a long chapter dedicated exclusively to this type of fairground performer in which the author shows a profound knowledge of the customs, habits, and language of these professionals.
What do you think? The author of this excerpt from the biographical entry on the King's Conjurer is none other than Robert-Houdin. The letter reprinted above was a gift from the artist to Monsieur the Marquis of Flers, a great autograph enthusiast who was his neighbor and friend in Saint-Gervais.  Robert-Houdin had the correspondence between Comte and M. David in his archives, and the fact that he had chosen to publish a passage from this letter is a trail we must undoubtedly follow. ACT I M.
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