Newes from sundry places…with other great harme done elsewhere, by lightning and thunder

reports of Spanish troops from Venice, news of the Pope from Rome, the stories of a Count Mansfield, then a relation of the storm in Devon and Somersetshire, and the shipwreck in Catwater, a man fell sick as if possessed and asked to go to land, when he was denied by the captain he said ‘d you not see two devils yonder,’ after being tied up he got free and leaped into the ocean, after which there arose a lightning and windstorm, throwing the ship into the rocks, the storm had ramifications on land, killing many crops

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