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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 108A familiar in the shape of a dog which allegedly appears from the lumps on Richard Dugdale's chest and belly during one of his fits before Mr. Jolly, believed to be caused by the Devil.Sometimes something like a Mouse appeared about him, and in him, rising like the bigness of a Man's Fist, up and down under his Clothes; something about the bigness of a little Dog in Bed with him, that was not one: Also the forcible rising of the Lump and Voices out of it.

Appears in:
Jollie, Thomas. A Vindication of the Surey Demoniack as no Imposter. London: 1698, 46