The Wonderful appearance of an angel, devil & ghost, to a gentleman in the town of Boston, in the nights of the 14th, 15th, and 16th of October, 1774. [electronic resource] : To whom in some measure may be attributed the distresses that have of late fallen upon that unhappy metropolis, related to one of his neighbours the morning after the last visitation, who wrote down the narrative from the gentleman's own mouth; and it is now made public at his desire, as a solemn warning to all those, who, for the sake of agrandizing [sic] themselves and their families, would entail the most abject wretchedness upon millions of their fellow-creatures.
- Boston: : Printed and sold by John Boyle in Marlboro'-Street., MDCCLXXIV. 
1 online resource (iv, , 6-31,  pages) : illustrations
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 13779.
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