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England's new vvonders or Four strange and amazing relations that have lately come to pass in England : I. A strange and wonderfull account of one Mary Blackstone, near Hull in York-shire, who after ten years barrenness, was with child of a [mo]nstrous birth, and delivered after wo [sic] years going of it in having 3 heads, each an eye in the forehead, serpents twisting about each neck, 4 arms, and 4 legs, each 10 fingers and toes on the hands and feet; the privities of male and female. With the examination of the mother by the miller, what answer she [ga]ve, her prayer and advice to all women. Not to wish for things God sees not convenient to give lest fearfull punishments overtake them, with the [...] for her funeral sermon, before she dyed, and the substance of the sermon. By D. Boase. [I]I. An account of a mighty serpent, and the appearing of a terrible fiery serpent, at [...] Bedfordshire. ... [I]V. An account of two enemies fighting in the [...] in Bri[t]any in France. All very terrible and wonderful. Licensed according to print.
- Anno Dom. 1697
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England's new wonders
Four strange and amazing relations that have lately come to pass in England
[Aberdeen] : Printed for J. Blare at the Looking Glass off London-Bridge: and reprinted at Aberdeen by Iohn Forbes, Anno Dom. 1697.
15 pages, 1 unnumbered page
Lwe copy, reel 2443, is tightly bound, title page is stained and has missing print.
Reproduction of original in the Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine, London, England.
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996) E3003A
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 2443:8) s1999 miun s