Excerpt from The Visions of Dom Francisco De Quevedo Villegas: Knight of the Order of St. James
O I N G t'other day to hear Mais at a Convent in this Town, the Door it feems was that, and a World of People preliing and begging to get in. Upon enquiry What the matter was, they told me Of a\demoniac to be exorciﬂzd, (or difpoﬂeii)' which made me put in for one, to fee the Ceremony, though to little purpofe, for When I had half fmothered my felf in the Throng, I Was e'en glad to get out again, and bethink my felf of my Lodging. Upon my way home ward, at the Streets-end it was my fortune to meet a familiar Friend of mine of the fame! Convent, Who told me as before. Taking notice of my Curiofity, he had me.
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