A Relation of a strange apparition in an ale-house next doore to the White Horse, against Sommerset-House in the Strand; where a company of papists were at their exercises as is conceived the Devill in an ugly black shape disturbing them, and tearing the rugge, and scattering it in pieces up and down the room. With a relation of a iudgement that strangely fell upon one at Mr. Mundayes house in Little Brittaine; who whilst he was cursing of Mr. Burton, Mr. Prinne, and doctor Bastwicke, his eares fell a bleeding, to the amazement of the beholders.
|Imprint:||London : Printed for Richard Smethrust, 1641.|
|Description:||, 5,  p.|
|Series:||Thomason Tracts ; reel 31:E.180|
|Subject:||Apparitions -- Humor -- Early works to 1800.|
Catholics -- England -- Humor -- Early works to 1800.
|Format:||Microform E-Resource Book|
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/6851421|