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 tea-ring the rugge and scattering it in pieces up and down the roome : with a relation of a iudgement that strangely fell umpon 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.
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