A Briefe Discourse of a Disease Called the Suffocation of the Mother: Written Uppon Occasion which Hath Beene of Late Taken Thereby, to Suspect Possession of an Evill Spirit, Or Some Such Like Supernaturall Power. Wherein is Declared that Divers Strange Actions and Passions of the Body of Man, which ... are Imputed to the Divell, Have Their True Naturall Causes, and Do Accompanie this Disease ...

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John Windet, 1603 - Hysteria - 50 pages
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