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AN AUTHENTIC, CANDID, AND CIRCUMSTANTIAL NARRATIVE ...
An authentic, candid, and circumstantial narrative, of the astonishing transactions at Stockwell, in the county of Surry, on Monday and Tuesday, the 6th and 7th days of January, 1772, containing a series of the most surprising and unaccountable events that ever happened, which continued from first to last, upwards of twenty hours, and at different places. Published with the consent amd approbation of the family and other parties concerned, to authenticate which, the original copy is signed by them.
London: printed for J. Marks, bookseller, 1772.
23, [1] p. ; 18.5 cm. (8º)

An account of poltergeist activity. Half-title within typographical ornaments. Price in square brackets at foot of half-title: 'Price Six-Pence.'. ESTC t111175.

Copy Notes Bound (1) with A short narrative of an extraordinary delivery of rabbets, 1727 (q.v.).

Binding Late C18th/early C19th half black stained calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt-tooled spine with 'CR' monogram of Richard Cosway (7 x 6 mm).

Reference Number 335


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