The Witches of New York

Q. K. Philander DOESTICKS (1832 - 1875)


A humorous account of visits to various fortune tellers, card readers, seers, and other "witches" of New York. Written by Q.K. Philander Doesticks (a.k.a. Mortimer Thomson).

Genre(s): Humorous Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 00 - Preface Guero
00:01:53
Play 01 01 - Chapter 1: Which is Merely Explanatory Guero
00:10:34
Play 02 02 - Chapter 2: Madame Prewster Guero
00:25:17
Play 03 03 - Chapter 3: Madame Bruce, “The Mysterious Veiled Lady” Guero
00:23:32
Play 04 04 - Chapter 4: Madame Widger Guero
00:27:09
Play 05 05 - Chapter 5: Mrs. Pugh Guero
00:24:50
Play 06 06 - Chapter 6: Madame Morrow, The Astonisher Guero
00:23:08
Play 07 07 - Chapter 7: Dr. Wilson Guero
00:22:01
Play 08 08 - Chapter 8: Mrs. Hayes, a Clairvoyant Guero
00:28:14
Play 09 09 - Chapter 9: Mrs. Seymour, Clairvoyant Guero
00:21:12
Play 10 10 - Chapter 10: Madame Carzo, The Brazilian Astrologist Guero
00:24:49
Play 11 11 - Chapter 11: Madame Leander Lent Guero
00:22:12
Play 12 12 - Chapter 12: The Gipsy Girl Guero
00:18:52
Play 13 13 - Chapter 13: Madame Fleury Guero
00:23:14
Play 14 14 - Chapter 14: A Black Prophet, Mr. Grommer Guero
00:23:16
Play 15 15 - Chapter 15: Madame Clifton Guero
00:28:35
Play 16 16 - Chapter 16: Madame Harris Guero
00:16:27
Play 17 17 - Chapter 17: A Batch of Witches Guero
00:23:27
Play 18 18 - Chapter 18: Conclusion Guero
00:10:18