|Apparition 6 (Plural)||A group of "several Apparitions" who present themselves to Richard Dugdale. RIchard had been "sitting with some Company [when] his Side was suddenly seiz'd as with a burning pain, as if it had been whipt and stung with Nettles, or stab'd with Needles." It is after this, in the evening, that the apparitions appear, but soon "after Vanish'd before him.
||Richard apparently went well and found home without any hurt, where after he had been for some time sitting with some Company, his Side was suddenly seiz'd as with a burning pain, as if it had been whipt and stung with Nettles, or stab'd with Needles; afterwards he being in the Evening in a Room by himself, several Apparitions presented themselves, and after Vanish'd before him|
Jollie, Thomas. The Surey Demoniack, or, An Account of Satans Strange and Dreadful Actings. London: 1697, 2