A sad, amazing and dreadful relation of a farmer's wife, near Wallingford in Barkshire who abusing her husband, for selling cor[n] cheap to the poor, and wishing, the dev[il] might thrash, the next day found him thrashing in the barn, and was by him thrown o[n] the mow, remaining there in a pitious manne[r] not to be removed, feeding on the ears o[f] corn, and refusing all other food. With her description of the devil; ho[w] he vanished from her, and a great quantit[y] of corn he had thrashed was found black an[d] burned.
printed and sold by J.W.,
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