Mirror of Literature, 10 (1827), 154–55.
Observation, Zoology, Supernaturalism
The account begins: 'A german newspaper contains a strange account—avouched with as much apparent accuracy as those which concerned the mermaids lately seen off our own coast, or the sea-serpent that visits the shores of America—of a conversion lately worked upon the morals of a famous robber, by a supernatural visitation in the forest of Wildeshausen' (154).
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