4 'The Masterpiece Library - Preliminary Announcement', Review of Reviews, April 1895, p. 386.
5 W. T. Stead, 'Programme', Review of Reviews, January 1890, p. 14; 'Seeking Counsel of the Wise', Borderland, July 1893, p. 7. See also Justin Sausman, 'The Democratisation of the Spook: W. T. Stead and the Invention of Public Occultism', in W. T. Stead: Newspaper Revolutionary, ed. by Brake and others, pp. 149-65.
6 For the most well-known of Stead's endorsement of personality, see 'The Future of Journalism', Contemporary Review, November 1886, pp. 663-79 (p. 663).
7 W. T. Stead, 'My Experience in Automatic Writing', Borderland, July 1893, p. 40.
8 See, for instance, Judith R. Walkowitz, City of Dreadful Delight: Narratives of Sexual Danger in LateVictorian London (London: Virago, 1992), p. 126; Roy Jenkins, Sir Charles Dilke: A Victorian Tragedy (London: Fontana, 1968), pp. 234-301.
9 For more on the connections between Stead's occult interests and his journalism see Roger Luckhurst, 'W. T. Stead's Occult Economies', in Culture and Science in the Nineteenth-Century Media, ed. by Louise Henson and others (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004), pp. 125-35.
10 John Durham Peters, 'Discourse Network 1912', in W. T. Stead: Newspaper Revolutionary, ed. by Brake and others, pp. 166-80.