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Unknown, [Man]. The Life and Mysterious Transactions of Richard Morris, Esq. Better Known by the Name of Dick Spot, the Conjuror, Particularly in Derbyshire and Shropshire. Written by an Old Acquaintance, who was a critical observer of all his actions for near fifty years. Including singular, whimsical, and curious anecdotes of many living characters—unaccountable and mysterious transactions—lost property restored—life preserved—robberies prevented—deaths frequently foretold, (particularly that of the unfortunate King of Sweden, which he declared in print more than three months before it happened)—and proving every thing belonging to the history of this wonderful man, to have been beyond the settled rules by which human actions and life are in general regulated.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 13954, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/13954. Accessed 2024-03-01.

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  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1798},
  title={The Life and Mysterious Transactions of Richard Morris, Esq. Better Known by the Name of Dick Spot, the Conjuror, Particularly in Derbyshire and Shropshire. Written by an Old Acquaintance, who was a critical observer of all his actions for near fifty years. Including singular, whimsical, and curious anecdotes of many living characters—unaccountable and mysterious transactions—lost property restored—life preserved—robberies prevented—deaths frequently foretold, (particularly that of the unfortunate King of Sweden, which he declared in print more than three months before it happened)—and proving every thing belonging to the history of this wonderful man, to have been beyond the settled rules by which human actions and life are in general regulated.},
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