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THE STORY OF A DREAM.

The "Dally Telepiafh" commends to the attention of the Soolety for Psychical Research tbe latest dream*atory la connection with raolng. A well-knowa exmilitary sportsman for some weeks pas' had made op his mind that he wouli "-ry and dream tbe wlane* of the LinoolD HandiOip.' Xhts ioganious idea of hie be annoanoed to several of his friend*, who naturally smiled somewhat soeptloally on the would-be seer. However, recently, five times m succession, be dreamed that "No 13" had won tbe race. As there was no horse of that name the sportsman m question o*me to the cjnclculon that his vision mujt refer to the number on the oard. He made no seoret of bis belief, and be sent a messenger to King's Gross to get the oard and baok his dreamnumber, Toere were no cards to he had at the station. Accordingly be wired to Meiirs W. H. Smith and Som' bookstall at Lincoln for " the name of No. 13 on to-day'e card for the handicap." The answer oame baok promptly, "Wise Man." The resolute dreamer immediately b»okeu tbe horse, with the happy result that all wise r»oiag men now wot of. Every d Ullof this singular story is absolutely true, and there are many who 3an testify to having heard tbe propbeoy of "No. 13" delivered previous to the race.

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THE STORY OF A DREAM., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 30 May 1889

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THE STORY OF A DREAM. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2138, 30 May 1889

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