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Author Nyndge, Edward.
Title A booke declaringe the fearfull vexasion, of one Alexander Nyndge, : beynge moste horriblye tormented wyth an euyll spirit. The .xx. daie of Januarie. in the yere of our Lorde, 1573. at Lyeringswell in Suffolke..
Publication Info Jmprinted at London in in [sic] Fleetestreate, beneathe the Conduite, at the sygne of St. Jhon Euangelyste : by Thomas Colwell., [1573?].



Descript 16 p. : ill.
Note Title vignette; printer's device (McK. 68) verso of t.p. and last leaf verso; initial; depiction of hell, last leaf recto.
Signatures: A-B⁴.
Initialed "Per J.W." on leaf B3 verso. The author's name is given in the 2nd edition, 1615: "A true and fearefull vexasion ... Written by his owne brother, Edward Nyndge, Master of Arts."
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
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Author Nyndge, Edward.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Nyndge, Alexander, active 1573.
Demonaic possession -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Descript 16 p. : ill.
Note Title vignette; printer's device (McK. 68) verso of t.p. and last leaf verso; initial; depiction of hell, last leaf recto.
Signatures: A-B⁴.
Initialed "Per J.W." on leaf B3 verso. The author's name is given in the 2nd edition, 1615: "A true and fearefull vexasion ... Written by his owne brother, Edward Nyndge, Master of Arts."
Reproduction of original in: British Library.
Author Nyndge, Edward.
Series Early English books online.
Subject Nyndge, Alexander, active 1573.
Demonaic possession -- England -- Early works to 1800.

Subject Nyndge, Alexander, active 1573.
Demonaic possession -- England -- Early works to 1800.
Descript 16 p. : ill.
Note Title vignette; printer's device (McK. 68) verso of t.p. and last leaf verso; initial; depiction of hell, last leaf recto.
Signatures: A-B⁴.
Initialed "Per J.W." on leaf B3 verso. The author's name is given in the 2nd edition, 1615: "A true and fearefull vexasion ... Written by his owne brother, Edward Nyndge, Master of Arts."
Reproduction of original in: British Library.

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