|Author:||Jollie, Thomas, 1629-1703.|
|Title:||A vindication of the Surey demoniack as no impostor, or, A reply to a certain pamphlet publish'd by Mr. Zach. Taylor, called, The Surey impostor with a further clearing and confirming of the truth as to Richard Dugdale's case and cure / by T.J. ... ; to which is annexed a brief narrative of the Surey demoniack, drawn up by the same author ...|
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A vindication of the Surey demoniack as no impostor, or, A reply to a certain pamphlet publish'd by Mr. Zach. Taylor, called, The Surey impostor with a further clearing and confirming of the truth as to Richard Dugdale's case and cure / by T.J. ... ; to which is annexed a brief narrative of the Surey demoniack, drawn up by the same author ...
Jollie, Thomas, 1629-1703.
London: Printed for Nevill Simmons ... and sold by G. Conyers ..., 1698.
The Surey demoniac or imposter is Richard Dugdale.
Attributed to T. Jolly. Cf. BM.
Errata: p. 80.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Dugdale, Richard, -- fl. 1697.
Taylor, Zachary, -- 1653-1705. -- Surey imposter.
Dissenters, Religious -- England.
A Vindication of the Surey Demoniack as no Impostor, &c.
The Testimony and Information upon Oath of several Persons who volun∣tarily offered themselves concerning Richard Dugdale of Whalley, in the County of Lancaster, Gardener; taken before Hugh Lord Wil∣oughby, and Ralph Egerton, Esq Two of His Majesties Justi∣ces of the Peace for the County of Lancaster, at Holcomb in the said County, the Nine and Twentieth day of July, 1695.
The Information of divers Persons taken before the said Justices of Peace, at the Time and Place aforesaid, declaring themselves ready to do it upon Oath when required.
The Informations of several Persons, who voluntarily offered themselves concerning Richard Dugdale of Whalley, in the County of Lancaster, Gard'ner; before Thomas Braddill, Esq and Ralph Egerton, Esq Two of his Majesties Justices of the Peace for the said County, at Dar∣win in the said County, on the Twentieth Day of July, 1695.
The Informations of divers credible Persons which were, and are ready to give in upon Oath, before the said Justices of the Peace, or others at the places aforesaid, or else where if desired thereunto, as they voluntarily offer'd, and declar'd unto Mr. Tho. Jolly, and others of sufficient Credit and Cautiousness.
Several Testimonials about the said Richard Dugdale's Case do follow.
Concerning Richard Dugdale's Certificate, which he voluntarily subscribed before Jame, Gregson, and my silf, with others: Which is mentioned in the last Page of the Surey, Demoniack, there is some mistake (tho not much material:) For the words in the ori∣ginal are follows.
Upon occasion of Mr. Taylor's reflecting on the Reverend Mr. Pendlebury deceased, Alexander Haworth gives in the following Certificate.
The Confession of Richard Dugdale of Whalley, in the County of Lancashire, Gardner, taken before the Right Honourable Hugh Lord Willoughby, and William Hulme, Esq two of His Majesly's Justices of the Peace, and Quorum, for the said County, ta∣ken at the House of Richard Sharples, of Blackburn, in the County aforesaid, the 15th day of September, Anno Domini, 1697.
Concerning R. D. his Testimony.
As to the following Informations, they were brought to me after the meeting before the Justices at Blackbrun: And much more might be gîven in to the same purpose, if there were need for it, and that we made it our brsiness to seek further Testimony: Tho' the thing happen'd so many years ago, and that the Informants testifying thereunto be so much against their Worldly Interest.
Some few passages, which I took notice of all along from the first, as to the Case of young Dugdale of Surey, near Whally in Lan∣cashire, aged about 19 or 20 Years.