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M.F. du Chêne miraculously cured from a variety of ailments (dropsy, hemorrhaging, aches, and a disease of the lung) all interelated (?), at the tomb of F. de Paris. Engraving.

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Margueritte Françoise du Chêne. Ayant été guerie de son hemorragie sur le tombeau de Mr. de Paris le 16 Juilt. 1731; le 17 de son enflure de poitrine; le 18 d'un mal de côté inveteré, est guerie le 19 de son hidropiste, et tous ses membres se désenflent a la veüe des spectateurs. On lui croise ses jupes et son corset, de venusune fois trop larges aussi bien que ses bas, qui retombent toujours sur ses souliers.

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1 print : line engraving with etching ; image 15.5 x 12.9 cm

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Wellcome Library no. 18543i

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After a plate which appears in: M. Carre de Montgeron, La vérité des miracles opérés à l'intercession de M. de Paris et autres appellans..., Paris 1737-1741

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M.F. du Chêne miraculously cured from a variety of ailments (dropsy, hemorrhaging, aches, and a disease of the lung) all interelated (?), at the tomb of F. de Paris. Engraving. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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