Viscount Adare - Experiences in Spiritualism with Mr D D Home – 31 He said that Captain Smith was coming, and that he had just left his house
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A description of the experience
EXPERIENCES IN SPIRITUALISM WITH MR. D. D. HOME. BY VISCOUNT ADARE, [Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin 1841-1926] WITH INTRODUCTORY REMARKS BY THE EARL OF DUNRAVEN. [Viscount Adare's father] 
In the evening of the 8th, Dr. Gully came in. As we were sitting by the fire talking, Home went gradually into a trance.
He examined Dr. Gully's heart, gave him some directions as to treatment, and told him that his head and brain were all working beautifully; that his head had not been so clear and in such good order for some time. He walked about the room conversing, sometimes with us, sometimes with the spirits in the room. He asked me to fetch an accordion from Mr. S. C. Hall's rooms; I did so. He then said that Captain Smith was coming, and that he had just then left his house.
He became rather impatient at his not coming quicker; he was aware when he did arrive, and told me to go out and meet him, which I did, informing him that Home was in a trance. When Smith entered; Home introduced him in a quaint style. Taking Dr. Gully's hand, he said, “This is James-James Gully; and this is William-William Smith. You are to shake hands. They call him a doctor-there is some sense in that; and they call you a captain, which means nothing at all.',