A vvonder in Stafford-shire; or, A Staffordshire wonder. Of a strange and horrible apparition of the divell, appearing to one James Fisher a phrenatick neare Brummingham late in the night, in the shape of one of his brethren as hee was going to one of their meeting places. Together with their severall discourses and disputes betwixt this phrenatick and the divell, to the shame and terrour of all other sectarians. Being published as a warning-piece to all other people to beware that they are not seduced into such eronious and damnable opinions. Being testified by Mr. John Hill, and Mr. Francis Collins, and one Mr. Peck living in the towne of Brummingham, besides many hundreds more, which for brevity sake we omit.
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|Imprint:||London : Printed for Francis Coles, and are to be sold at his Shop at the signe of the Lambe in the Old-Baily, 1661.|
|Series:||Early English books online.