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The Kentish miracle, or, A strange and miraculous work of Gods providence, shewed to a poor distressed widdow, and her seven small fatherless children : who lived by a burnt six-penny loaf of bread, and a little water, for above seven weeks, in the wild of Kent, to the praise and glory of almighty God : to the tune of, A rich merchant-man.

The Kentish miracle, or, A strange and miraculous work of Gods providence, shewed to a poor distressed widdow, and her seven small fatherless children : who lived by a burnt six-penny loaf of bread, and a little water, for above seven weeks, in the wild of Kent, to the praise and glory of almighty God : to the tune of, A rich merchant-man.

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Kentish miracle
Date: [1684?]
Publisher: Printed for J. Deacon, at the Angel in Guilt-Spur-street without Newgate,
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Verse - "Take comfort Christians all,".
"Entred according to order."
Place and date of publication from Wing.
In the Beinecke Library copy, line 6 begins: "to the Praise"; this does not match ESTC (RLIN) R228265, which lists editions where line 6 begins "Praise" or "Kent"
BEIN 2000 Folio 6 57: Mounted to 30 x 42 cm.
Physical Description:
1 sheet ([1] p.) : 2 ill. (woodcuts) ; 23 x 34 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 11174969
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