Newes from the dead. Or A true and exact narration of the miraculous deliverance of Anne Greene, who being executed at Oxford Decemb. 14. 1650. afterwards revived ; and by the care of certain hysitians [!] there, is now perfectly recovered. Together with the manner of her suffering, and the particular meanes used for her recovery / Written by a schollar in Oxford for the satisfaction of a friend, who desired to be informed concerning the truth of the businesse. Whereunto are added certain poems, casually written upon that subject. The second impression with additions.

  • Watkins, Richard, 1623 or 1624-1708.
D. 1651
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Oxford : Printed by Leonard Lichfield, for Tho. Robinson, D. 1651.

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14, 5-22 pages ; 18 cm (4to)

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Wing W1074, Madan 2161.
ESTC R200940
Madan, III, 2161
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), W1074


Signatures: A-D4, E2 (E2 blank)
Page 5, 1st group of paging, p. 20, 2d group, incorrectly numbered 6, 16, respectively.
Copy 1 Note: Sig. E2 (blank) wanting. On p. 3 the name of 'Mr Conyers of St John's' has been added in a contemporary hand to the list of medical men involved in the case. Green morocco binding by F. Bedford. Label of Edward George Hibbert.


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