Surey Demoniack =

Or, An Account of Satans strange and Dreadful Actings, in and about the Body of Richard Dugdale of Surey, near Whalley in Lancashire : And how he was Disposesst by God"s Blessing on the Fastings and Prayers of divers Ministers and People : The Matter of Fact attested by the Oaths of several Credible Persons, before some of his Majesties Justices of the Peace in the said County by Thomas Jollie

Publisher: Printed for Jonathan Robinson (at the Golden Lyon in St. Paul"s Church-Yard in London)

Written in English
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  • Dugdale, Richard, -- ca. 1660.
  • Edition Notes

    Statement[By Thomas Jollie ; enlarged by John Carrington].
    ContributionsCarrington, John, fl. 1697.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[vii], 64p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19910174M

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The Surey demoniack: or, an account of Satans strange and dreadful actings, in and about the body of Richard Dugdale of Surey, near Whalley in Lancashire; and how he was dispossest by Gods blessing on the fastings and prayers of divers ministers and people.

The Surey demoniack, or, An account of Satans strange and dreadful actings, in and about the body of Richard Dugdale of Surey, near Whalley in Lancashire: and how he was dispossest by Gods blessing on the fastings and prayers of divers ministers and people.

The Surey demoniack, or, An account of Satans strange and dreadful actings, in and about the body of Richard Dugdale of Surey, near Whalley in Lancashire and how he was dispossest by Gods blessing on the fastings and prayers of divers ministers and people. Westaway, Jonathan ORCID: and Harrison, Richard () “The Surey Demoniack”: Defining Protestantism in s Lancashire.

In: Unity and Diversity in the Church. Studies in Church History, Blackwell, Oxford, UK/Cambridge, Mass. USA, pp.

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UK Medical Heritage Library. Notes. [] skipped in pagination Woodcut portrait of Dugdale facing Edmund Ashton's coat of arms, p. Note. 'John Darrel', 'The Surey Demoniack' and 'The Cleworth Seven' in ABC-CLIO Encyclopaedia of Possession and Exorcism ed.

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This he did initially with what might reasonably be taken for a good humour born of confidence that his insights and. 'THE SUREY DEMONIACK': DEFINING PROTEST ANTlSM IN S LAN CASH IKE by JONATHAN WESTAWAY and R.I CHARJ) D.

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Thomas Jollie was in his time a leading nonconformist minister in the Northwest of England, the founder of one of the earliest Congregationalist Chapels in the area and, notoriously, one of the exorcists of the Surey Demoniack. Most importantly his life gives an insight.

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The preface was signed by six ministers, including those already named; but the book was probably written. 20 Jollie, Thomas, The Surey Demoniack: or, an account of Satan’s Strange and Dreadful Actings In and about the Body of Richard Dugdale (London ) p 21; Thomas, Religion and Magic pp ; Napier noted that 79 of his clients had visited some other healer before consulting him (and many others probably did not report earlier treatment.

DUGDALE, RICHARD (fl. ), the Surey demoniac, who was born aboutwas the son of Thomas Dugdale of Surey, near Whalley, Lancashire, a gardener, and servant to Thomas Lister of Westby in Yorkshire.

In (or according to another account about ), when about eighteen years of age, he went to the rush-bearing fête at Whalley, and getting drunk, quarrelled and fought with one of the.

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As John Carrington, the nonconformist minister who exorcized Richard Dugdale, the ‘Surey Demoniack’, in Lancashire inaddressed Satan: ‘Hast thou lookt into the Book of Life, and found Richard's Name, even as thine own awanting there?’ 48 But just as there was a book of life, there was also a book of death, in which the devil kept.

‘The Surey Demoniack,’ &c.,4to. The tract appears to have been drafted by Jollie and expanded by Carrington; the preface, signed by ‘Thomas Jolly’ and five other divines, gives an account of the mysterious loss of the true copy; hence some particulars in this print were subsequently repudiated as unauthentic.

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