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A true and impartial narrative of the eminent hand of God that befell a Quaker and his family, at the town of Panton in Lincolnshire : who affirmed he was commanded of God to pronounce Ralph James preacher of the Gospel a leper from the crown of the head to the sole of the foot: the same judgment of leprosie shortly after falling upon one of his children; himself, wife, and the rest of his children, being also afflicted with a painful distemper. Attested under the hands of several credible persons, eye and ear witnesses. As by the narrative will more at large appear.
- James, Ralph, active 17th century.
An enthroned king, wearing three crowns and with a sword in his mouth, having vanquished a green seven headed hydra; an archangel with a key imprisons Lucifer in chains by a roaring fire; representing the culmination of the alchemical process and the sublimation of base matter. Coloured etching after an etching, ca. 17th century.
- Flamel, Nicolas, -1418.