The witch of Wapping, Or An exact and perfect relation, of the life and devilish practises of Joan Peterson, that dwelt in Spruce Island, near Wapping; who was condemned for practising witch-craft, and sentenced to be hanged at Tyburn, on Munday the 11th. of April, 1652. Shewing, how she bewitch'd a child, and rock'd the cradle in the likenesse of a cat; how she frighted a baker; and how the devil often came to suck her, sometimes in the likeness of a dog, and other times like a squirrel. Together, with the confession of Prudence Lee, who was burnt in Smithfield on Saturday the 10th. of this instant for the murthering her husband: and her admonition and counsel to all her sex in general.
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THE WITCH OF WAPPING OR An Exact and Perfect Relation, of the Life and Devilish Practises of Joan Peterson, that dwelt in Spruce Island, near Wapping; Who was condemned for practising Witch-craft, and sen∣tenced to be Hanged at Tyburn, on Munday the 11th. of April, 1652.

Shewing, How she Bewitch'd a Child, and rock'd the Cra∣dle in the likenesse of a Cat; how she frighted a Baker; and how the Devil often came to suck her, sometimes in the likeness of a Dog, and at o∣ther times like a Squirrel.

Together, With the Confession of Prudence Lee, who was burnt in Smithfield on Saturday the 10th. of this instant for the murther∣ing her Husband; and her Admonition and Counsel to all her Sex in general.

London, Printed for T. Spring 1652.