An abridged version of the ‘Cascob charm’, found in St. Michael's church in Cascob at the turn of the last century. In shortening to the text to a single, printable page, I have removed some of the text and some of the repetitions of the original but have hopefully kept its spirit and strangeness intact, to which end I have also printed ‘spirites’ as ‘sprites’, which is an acceptable 17th century variant, and in the last line, used ‘salts’ instead of ‘assaltes’. 24 copies, printed on Somerset 300gsm paper.

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