||Anonymous 529 could take no rest due to the anguish which his great pain inflicted upon him. During the night a certain man resplendent in a snowy-white garment (Swithhun 5) came and visited Anonymous 529. Swithhun 5 was leaning on a staff which shone with jewels and gold and he drew near to where the tormented body of Anonymous 529 lay and spoke to him. Swithhun 5 told Anonymous 529 that if he wished to be cured, he should not allow himself to be carried into the New Minster but should instead be taken to the well-known cross which stood gleaming at the Old Minster, at the tomb of a venerable bishop. Swithhun 5 told Anonymous 529 that he was to keep constant vigil there during the night and be urgent in prayer and then, through Christ's favour, he would receive his former health.
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||At night, after Anonymous 529 had been taken to his own house by his kinsmen (Anonymi 1497)