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475

Master (John) Lane spits vinegar up Anne Mylner's nose while praying that she would call upon the blood of Christ in an attempt to cure her possession. He applies this cure relentlessly until she finally cries out "No, no, no more for Gods sake." He then makes her repeat the Lord's prayer after him. This treatment is allegedly successful. (15)

Appears in:
Fisher, John. The Copy of a Letter Describing the Wonderful Woorke of God in Deliuering a Mayden within the City of Chester. London: 1565, 15

1564 Tarporley  Tarporley  Chester  Chester  England 
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Anne Mylner is cured of her possession after Master (John) Lane spits vinegar up her nose and forces her to repeat the Lord's prayer. Lady Calverley and others witness her dispossession. The next day, she is is seen attending a sermon by Master Lane and is said to be in good spirits. (16-17)

Appears in:
Fisher, John. The Copy of a Letter Describing the Wonderful Woorke of God in Deliuering a Mayden within the City of Chester. London: 1565, 16-17

1564 Tarporley  Tarporley  Chester  Chester  England