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A short, but concise account of Elisabeth and Mary Chulkhurst, who were born joined together by the hips and shoulders, in the year of our Lord 1100, at Biddenden, in the county of Kent : commonly called the Biddenden Maids.

Weston, R.
Date
1805

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Broadside with decorative border and illustration of the sisters telling the tale of Elisabeth (or Eliza), and Mary Chulkhurst, conjoined twin sisters who lived to the age of 34 in Biddenden, Kent.

Publication/Creation

Biddenden : Printed and sold by R. Weston, 1805.

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1 sheet : 1 black and white illustration ; 36 x 22 cm

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