After Death - Letters From Julia

William Stead's account of messages he received from deceased 'Julia' via automatic writing.
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  After Death OR LETTERS FROM JULIA. A Personal Narrative by the HON. WILLIAM T[homas]. STEAD [1849-1912] A WORK OF PRICELESS VALUE TO SPIRITUALISTS TENTH EDITION CHICAGO:1917  COPYRIGHT, 1917, BY E. CADWALLADER  PUBLISHER'S INTRODUCTION. We take great pleasure in presenting this volume   to the generalpublic. W. T. Stead is a noted Englishman, standing exceptionallyhigh as a leader in all reformatory works, and at times his movements and influence have agitated England from center to circumference. Such a person, so pre-eminent in all matters,literary, civic and political, will exert a wonderfully beneficialinfluence in the ranks of Spiritualism, through this book. Everyreader thereof will bless him, and thank him, too, for permitting the, undersigned to publish it. Thousands upon thousands of  copies will be distributed. M. E. CADWALLADER, 106 Loomis Street. Chicago, Illinois.  PREFACE. Eight years ago I collected together and published the series of  messages contained in this volume under the title, Letters from Julia, or Light from the Borderland, received by automatic writing from one who has as gone before. Since then the little volume hasbeen six times reprinted in England, and at least one translation hasappeared abroad. I have received so many grateful letters from persons in all parts of the world, who, after sorrowing for theirdead as those that have no hope, felt on reading this book as if their lost ones were in very truth restored to life, that I can no longer refuse to issue it to a wider public. I have not changed a word orsyllable in the letters themselves. They stand exactly as they were printed in the srcinal edition where they were reproduced from theautomatic manuscript of the invisible author who used my passive hand as her amanuensis. I have also left unaltered the introduction explaining how these letters were written. But I have changed thetitle to one which is more challenging than Letters from Julia, and which also indicates more explicitly the subject of the book. It may save me some unnecessary correspondence if, whenintroducing this new edition of the communications received from my friend Miss Julia who what we call died on December 12, 1891, I state once for all that the narrative given in the preface is a simple statement of fact. There is no dressing of any kind. The friend whom I call Ellen is still alive. Miss Julia—was well
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