Strange and wonderful nevvs from London-VVall being a full and true relation of a house miserably disturb'd ever since Fryday the third of this instant April, where bedding, linnen, apparel, and houshold-stuff of great value, have at several times, both in the day and night, been cut to pieces by invisible means; knives removed out of a drawer in the kitchin, and scattered in the chambers and garret; and things fast lock't up in trunks and chests, cut and spoiled in an unheard of manner. As also how the minister of the parish, and several other worthy persons, being at prayer there on Munday the sixth instant, the cloaths of a child in the room with them, were on a sudden taken off invisibly to their great amazement, and several other admirable particulars there transacted, of the truth of which you may be further satisfied by the inhabitants.
Printed in the year 1674.
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