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Author: Skinner, John, fl. 1681.
Title: A strange and wonderful relation of Margaret Gurr of Tunbridge, in Kent; shewing, how she was afflicted with devils. As also, how they entred into her, and spake in her and tempted her to kill herself; and how she was taken up by devils and witches and was flying in the ayr. Also, the marvelous cures done by Dr. Skinner in these three counties, viz. Sussex, Surrey, and Kent, the like strange cures hath scarce been done or heard of ... / Iohn Skinner, of Westram, in Kent ...
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A strange and wonderful relation of Margaret Gurr of Tunbridge, in Kent; shewing, how she was afflicted with devils. As also, how they entred into her, and spake in her and tempted her to kill herself; and how she was taken up by devils and witches and was flying in the ayr. Also, the marvelous cures done by Dr. Skinner in these three counties, viz. Sussex, Surrey, and Kent, the like strange cures hath scarce been done or heard of ... / Iohn Skinner, of Westram, in Kent ...
Skinner, John, fl. 1681.

[London]: Printed for I.W. I.C. W.T. and T.P., [1681-1684]
Subject terms:
Gurr, Margaret.
Demoniac possession -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
Exorcism -- Early works to 1800.
Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B05879.0001.001

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Here followeth a most True and Certain Relation of the fearful and lamentable Condition of Margaret Gurr of Tunbridge, the Words that she spake, o were taken from her mouth, Verbatim as she spake them.
Here followeth a Relation of a Male Servant, about 17 Years of Age, who was possest with a De∣vil in the shape of a Grey-hound.
Here followeth Two Won∣derful and Miraculous CURES which was (by the help of God) per∣formed by me in a short time.