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I know nothing of consequence by way of newes, unlesse it be that the invisible drummer is again returned to Monpessons house, and begins to play tricks farr different from the former, but that there will in due time come out a full and exact Narrative of all those pranks.

The Writings and Letters of Anne Conway. The correspondence of Anne, Viscountess Conway, Henry More and their friends: 1642-1684. Chapter Four: Ireland and Cambridge. Letter 140, Henry More to Lady Conway


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