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Catherine Bigot, deaf-mute woman lying on the tomb of F. de Paris being miraculously cured. Engraving.

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1 print : line engraving with etching ; platemark 21.3 x 15.3 cm

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Catherine Bigot. Des qu'on la met sur le tombeau du B. Mr. de Paris, est agitée par des mouvemens d'une violence extrême. Elle tombe le 5e. jour en un évanouissement de convulsion pendant lequel Dieu lui forme l'organe de l'ouie dans un dégré parfait. Si tôt qu'elle est revenue de cet évanouissement, elle entend trés clair et repete tout ce qu'on lui dit.

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Companion print: Wellcome Library no. 18527i

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Wellcome Library no. 18528i

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