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Title: An extract out of a pastoral letter of the Bishop of Angers in France, concerning a late miracle done in the parish called in French, Des Ulmes de St. Florent, near to the town of Saumur, on the second day of June 1668. At what time those of the reformed church (as they call themselves) held their sinod in the said town of Saumur.
Author: Arnauld, Henri, 1597-1692.
Publication info: Paris : [s.n.], Printed in the year MDCLXVIII [1668]
subjects: [Jesus Christ -- Apparitions and miracles -- France -- Saumur -- Early works to 1800] [Miracles -- Early works to 1800] [Saumur (France) -- History -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: The relation of a strange apparition in the air, on the 19. day of August, 165[3]. at night, seen on the borders of the highlands of Scotland, some 12. miles from Elliot. Written by B.G. who was an ey-witnesse of the same
Author: B. G.
Publication info: [Edinburgh? : s.n.], Printed in the year, 1654.
subject: [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A true relation of the strange apparitions seen in the air, on Monday 25. February, in and about the town of Bolton in the Mores, in the county of Lancaster at mid-day, to the amazement of the beholders.
Author: Bradshaw, Ellis.
Publication info: London : Printed for Tho. Brewster and Gregory Moule, and are to be sold at the three Bibles in the Poultry, under Mildreds Church, 1650.
subject: [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: The Countrey-miser, or, The Unhappy farmers dear market giving the true account of the rich farmer near Amsted in Essex who, with several others of his neighbour farmers, coming to Emsted market, where they endeavored to hold up the price of their corn to an extortionable rate, to the great oppression, especially of the poorer sort : missing of their expectations, the rich farmer, in a great passion, swore the Devil should have all his corn before he would take the honest price they offered him : upon which soon the Devil came to him in the shape of a countrey chap, and after some discourse, agreed to give him his extortionable price ... fearing he had sold his corn to the Devil, upon which, by the advice of his neighbors, Mr. R.K., a minister, was sent for, also, of his safe delivery from the hands of Satan by the special advice and directions of the said reverend divine.
Publication info: London : Printed for N. Jackson ..., 1693.
subjects: [Devil] [Apparitions]
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Title: Fearefull apparitions or The strangest visions that ever hath been heard of. It is a spirit that constantly every night haunts one Mr. Youngs yard in Lumbard-street, neere to the Golden Crosse, which hath played such prancks, and appeared in such severall and horrid shapes, that many divines and other learned men, who have come armed with a full resolution and with an intent to have spoken unto it or (at least) to have look't upon it, in the very attempt thereof have fallen into a kind of a distracted extasie, and were neither able to speak or stand, to the great wonder and terrour of all that were eye witnesses thereof.
Publication info: London : Printed for John Hammond, 1647.
subject: [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: Five strange and wonderful prodigies: or, A full and true relation of supernatural sights and aparitions lately seen in the air viz. Tvvo great armies drawn up in battalia, and seeming ready to engage each other, beheld for some hours, by several thousands of people: with dreadful noises heard, like the discharge of cannons and musquets, accompanied with hideous crys and howling. As also a fiery-bullet of a most vast magnitude violently rushing through the air, and at last with a most terrible crack breaking into a thousand pieces, to the unspeakable terror of the amazed spectators. As it is certified by several persons of quality. With an astrological judgement thereupon.
Publication info: London : printed for G.H., in the year, 1673.
subjects: [Astrology -- Early works to 1800] [Omens -- Early works to 1800] [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: The five strange wonders, in the north and west of England as they were communicated to divers honourable members of Parliament, from several countrey gentlemen and ministers, concerning the strange and prodigious flying in the air of a black coffin betwixt Leicester and Nottingham, on Sabbath day last was a fortnight, with a flaming arrow, and a bloody sword, casting forth firearms of fire ... : with a conjecturation thereupon, what these dreadful signs from heaven, may denote and signifie to the people on earth this present summer : likewise, the great and wonderful warlike prodigies, which appeared over Marston-Moor, near the city of York, between two fierry or flaming pillars, and the three monstrous creatures found in three eggs, laid by one hen bought in Execter Market ... : together with the opening of the skie in a fearful manner over Standish town five miles from Gloucester, and the appearing of a terrible fiery shaking sword form the heavens ... : attested by an eye-witness, and entred upon record, in the original Mirrour, or Looking Glass ...
Publication info: London : Printed for W. Thomas, 1659.
subjects: [Unidentified flying objects -- Early works to 1800] [Apparitions]
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Title: A Full and true account of a strange apparition that [for] two months past hath frequently appeared and haunted the house of Mr. S----ge in Cherrey-Tree-Alley near [--]nhill-Fields by the Artillery-wall in the county of Middlesex.
Publication info: London : [Pri]nted by G.C. for J. Cox ..., 1685.
subject: [Apparitions -- England -- History -- 17th century]
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Title: A full and true relation of the examination and confession of W. Barwick and E. Mangall, of two horrid murders: one committed by William Barwick upon his wife being with child, near Cawood in Yorkshire, upon the 14th. of April last: as likewise a full account how it came to be discovered by an apparition of the person murder'd. The second was committed by Edward Mangall, upon Elizabeth Johnson alias Ringrose, and her bastard child, on the 4th. of September last, who said he was tempted thereto by the devil. Also their trials and convictions before the honorable Sir John Powel, Knight, one of their Majesties Justices, at the Assizes holden at York, on the 16th. of September, 1690. October the 7. Published according to order, 1690.
Publication info: [London : printed for Isaac Cleave at the Star, next to Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-lane, [1690]]
subjects: [Murder -- England] [Apparitions -- England]
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Title: The deemon of Marleborough, or, More news from VVilt-shire in a most exact account of the aparition of the ghost, or spirit of Edward Aven : published heretofore, but now much augmented, with many more discoveries, containing wonderful passages, from its first appearance there, to the 24th of Jan., 1674
Author: Godard, Thomas.
Publication info: [London : s.n.], 1675.
subjects: [Apparitions] [Ghosts -- England] [Spirits]
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Title: Good newes from Oxford (of the treaty) for the surrender thereof: and how they are packing up to march away on Thursday next, June 18. 1646. With the surrender of Sherburne-house already agreed. Also the particulars of the seven visions seene at Gravenhage the 31. of May last; translated out of the Dutch copies. Printed by the originall papers and published according to order.
Publication info: London, : Printed by Jane Coe, 1646.
subjects: [Visions -- Early works to 1800] [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800] [Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Treaties -- Early works to 1800] [Oxford (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A letter to some divines concerning the question, whether God since Christ's ascension, doth any more reveal himself to mankind by the means of divine apparitions? With an exact account of what God hath bestowed upon a noble maid, from her seventh year, until now, MDCXCI. Written originally in High-Dutch, and now set forth in English by the editor of the Laws of paradise, newly published.
Author: J. W. P.
Publication info: London : printed, and sold by John Whitlock, in Stationers-Court, near Ludgate, 1695.
subject: [Jesus Christ -- Apparitions and miracles -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: London's nevv wonder: Or, The great sleeper: being a strange, but true relation, of the first, second, and third trance of a young-man ... with the manner how he was brought from Henley upon Thames, to the City of London, by the art of spirit, the manner how he hath lain nine or ten days asleep ... the signs and wonders which he presented to the people ... when he awak'd ... Whereunto is annexed, The worlds wonder; being a true relation of the strange and dreadful apparitions seen in the air, on Tuesday last ... at New-Market-Heath ...
Publication info: London, : Printed for George Horton, 1659.
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Title: Horrid and strange news from Ireland: being a true relation of what happened in the province of Munster, at a castle of one of the Fitz Garrets, called Ballimarter, wherein there were very strange apparitions, the like never before heard of, to the amazement of all the beholders. Written by Henry Lovel Gent. being an eyewitnesse and a fellow-feeler thereof, now in London ready to averre the same for truth. This is licenced and entered according to order.
Author: Lovel, Henry.
Publication info: London : Printed by Tho. Harper., 1643.
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Title: A treatise of specters or straunge sights, visions and apparitions appearing sensibly vnto men. Wherein is delivered, the nature of spirites, angels, and divels: their power and properties: as also of witches, sorcerers, enchanters, and such like. With a table of the contents of the several chapters annexed in the end of the booke. Newly done out of French into English.
Author: Loyer, Pierre le, 1550-1634.
Publication info: At London : Printed by Val. S[immes] for Mathew Lownes, 1605.
subjects: [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800] [Demonology -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A Most strange and dreadful apparition of several spirits & visions at several times seen and spoken to, on the 14, 15, and 16th of this instant July, 1680, at the house of Mr. John Thomas, Junior, next door to the Sign of the Crown, at Cow Cross, in the parish of St. Sepulchres, London ... : with many more circumstances not here related, but will be certainly justified for truths, by the (credible) spectators.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for F. Clarke ..., 1680.
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Title: [Narative of Edmond Nangle of Cloandarah, 1665]
Author: Nangle, Edmond.
Publication info: [Dublin? : s.n., 1665]
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Title: A Narrative of the demon of Spraiton in a letter from a person of quality in the county of Devon to a gentleman in London : with a relation of an apparition or spectrum of an ancient gentleman of Devon, who often appeared to his sons servant, with the strange actions and discourses happening between them at divers times : as likewise the dæmon of an ancient woman, wife of the gentleman aforesaid, with unparalell'd varieties of strange exploits performed by her : attested under the hands of the said person of quality, and likewise a reverend divine of the said county : with reflections on drollery and atheism, and a word those who deny the existence of spirits.
Publication info: London : Printed for Daniel Brown ... and Thomas Malthus ..., 1683.
subjects: [Ghosts -- England -- Devon] [Apparitions -- England]
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Title: The New yeares wonder. Being a most cernaine [sic] and true relation of the disturbed inhabitants of Kenton, and other neighbouring villages neere unto Edge-Hil, where the great battaile betwixt the kings army, and the Parliaments forces was fought. In which plea is heard & seene fearfull and strange apparitions of spirits as sounds of drums, trumpets, with the discharging of canons muskies, carbines pettronels, to the terrour and amazement, of all the fearfull hearers and behoulders. Certified under the hands of William Wood, Esquier, and Iustice for the peace in the said countie, Samuel Marshall, preacher of Gods word in Keynton, and other persons of qualitie.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for Robert Ellit, lodger neere the old Rose in Thames-street, who was an eye witnesse unto this., [1643]
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Title: A true and perfect account of a strange and dreadful apparition which lately infested and sunk a ship bound for New-Castle, called the Hope-well of London and of the strange deliverance of John Pye, master, and nine men more, who were all examined and sworn to the truth of the following relation before Justice Wood of London.
Author: Pye, John, Master.
Publication info: London : Printed for Robert Clavel, 1672.
subject: [Apparitions -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A true and perfect account of a strange and dreadful apparition which lately infested and sunk a ship bound for New-Castle, called, The Hope-well of London. And of the strange deliverance of John Pye master, and nine men more; who were all examined and sworn to the following relation before Justice Wood of London. With allowance. Roger L'Estrange, March 30. 1672.
Author: Pye, John, Master.
Publication info: Edinburgh : [s.n.], Re-printed in the year, 1672.
subjects: [Apparitions -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Shipwrecks -- England -- Early works to 1800]
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Title: A Relation of a strange apparition in an ale-house next doore to the White Horse, against Sommerset-House in the Strand; where a company of papists were at their exercises as is conceived the Devill in an ugly black shape disturbing them, and tearing the rugge, and scattering it in pieces up and down the room. With a relation of a iudgement that strangely fell upon one at Mr. Mundayes house in Little Brittaine; who whilst he was cursing of Mr. Burton, Mr. Prinne, and doctor Bastwicke, his eares fell a bleeding, to the amazement of the beholders.
Publication info: London : Printed for Richard Smethrust, 1641.
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Title: Strange nevves from France, or, the copie of a letter which was sent from thence to the ordinary ambassador for the King of France,: unto his Majesty of great Brittaine, who lyes in Lincolnes Inne-Fields, Febr. 8. 1641. Wherein is set downe a true relation of a most wonderfull apparition and terrible spectacle that was seene upon a mountaine in Province, February 4. 1641. Vnto the amazement of all the spectators, to the number of above two thousand. Faithfully translated into English, according to the French copie. By W. V. Gent.
Author:  Riville, P.
Publication info: London : Printed for John Thomas, 1641. [i.e. 1642]
subject: [Apparitions -- France]
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Title: The certainty of a future state, or, An occasional letter concerning apparitions by J. Roe.
Author: Roe, J.
Publication info: London : Printed for Joseph Wild, 1698.
subjects: [Future life] [Apparitions]
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Title: Sad and wonderful newes from the faulcon at the bank side being a true and perfect relation of the strange visions, ghosts, and apparitions seen in the house and garden of Mr. Powel a baker, lately deceased (a man eminent in the borough of Southwark.) With the manner of their appearing in several shapes; both at noon-day, and at night, since Thursday last: the discourse between the ghost of Mr. Powel, Mr. John Simson (formerly minister of Bishops-Gate) to whom he revealed the cause of his walking. The several speeches that past between the spirit of Mr. Powel, his maid Jone, and divers learned men, who went to allay him: and the manner of his appearing to them in the garden, upon their making of a circle, and burning of wax-candles and juniper-wood: as also, the speeches that there passed, the manner how it vanished, and the great and lamentable accident that immediately hapned, both at their digging for hidden treasure, when the barrels of money descended lower and lower, and at his departure. Likewise, the strange appearance of the ghost of
Publication info: London : printed for George Horton, 1661.
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