Strange and terrible news from Shorditch of a woman that hath sold her self to the Divel; living in Badger-Alley; and lying at this present in a sad and miserable condition; acknowledging that about six-years since, she made a contract with the Divel written with her own blood, and that her time was now, expired within six weeks; and she irrecoverable to all eternity; with the like speeches of dispair. As also, how several able ministers went to comfert her, with her full confession of her former evil life, and other passages between them. With allowance.
|Imprint:||London : printed for D·M., in the year, 1674.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
|Item Description:||Caption title on p. 3: Strange news from Shoreditch.|
Copy mounted; stained with print show-through.
Reproduction of the original at the Harvard University Library.
|Physical Description:||8 p.|
|Citation/Reference Notes:||Wing (2nd ed.) S5831A|