The second part of the boy of Bilson: or, A true and particular relation of the impostor, Susanna Fowles :
wife of John Fowles, of Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, who pretended her self to be posses'd with the devil. Giving an exact account of the beginning, progress, conferences, discovery, commitment, confession, &c. of the said impostor. The whole being writ, and attested by Robert Howson, clerk; Captain John Ponsey, and Mr. Nicholas Wade, who were frequently with her, during the time of her pretended possession, and before whom she made the confession herein contained; as also, by a great number of clergy, both conformists, and nonconformists, mentioned in the following narrative.
|Main Creator:||Howson, Robert.|
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London : printed; and are to be sold by E. Whitlock, near Stationers-Hall, MDCXCVIII. 
"The boy of Bilson", by Richard Baddeley, illustrates a previous case of pretended demoniac possession.
Gathered in 2s.
The boy of Bilson written by R.B. (Richard Baddeley). The "boy" identified as William Perry.
Title within double rule border.
Physical description: , 24 p. ; 21 cm. (small and 4to)
Citations/References: Wing S2300
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