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The Resource Reprints of English books, 1475-1700, edited by Joseph Arnold Foster

Reprints of English books, 1475-1700, edited by Joseph Arnold Foster

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Reprints of English books, 1475-1700
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Reprints of English books, 1475-1700
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edited by Joseph Arnold Foster
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Language
eng
Label
Reprints of English books, 1475-1700, edited by Joseph Arnold Foster
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Publication
Note
Vols. 1-12 have imprint: Claremont, 1948; v.29-50: Lansing, Mich, 1940, 1948
Contents
  • v.1 Lamentable newes, showing the wonderful deliuerance of Maister Edmond Pet; 1613 -- v.2 A true and most dreadfull discourse of a woman possessed with the deuill; 1584 -- v.3 The wonderful battell of starelings; 1622 -- v.4 Two horrible and inhumane murders done in Lincolnshire; 1607 -- v.5 A relation of the most lamentable burning of the cittie of Corke; 1622 -- v.6 A most strange and rare example of the iust iudgement of God executed vpon a lewde and wicked coniurer; [1577?] -- v.7 Heuy news of an horryble earth quade wiche was in the cytie of Schabaria; [n.d.] -- v.8 A straunge, and terrible wunder very late in the parish church of Bongay; [1577?] -- v.9 A strange and miraculous accident happened in the cittie of Purmerent; 1599 -- v.10 A true relation of Gods wonderfull mercies, in preseruing one alive, which hanged five dayes; [n.d.] -- v.11 Newes out of Germanie; 1584 -- v.12 The horrible murther of a young boy of three yeres of age; 1606 -- v.13 The witch of Wapping; 1652 -- v.14 A most certain, strange, and true discovery of a witch; 1643 -- v.15 A wonderful and strange miracle: or, Gods just vengeance against the Cavaliers; 1642 -- v.16 A true relation of a very strange and wonderful thing that was heard in the air, Octoberthe twelfth, by many hundreds of people; 1658 -- v.17 The good angel of Stamford; 1659
  • [Cont.]v.18 Strange and horrible news which happened betwixt St. Iohns street, and Islington; 1642 -- v.19 Newes from Sally: of a strange delivery of foure English captives from the slavery of the Turkes; 1642 -- v.20 A blazing starre seene jn the west; 1642 -- v.21 The apprentices warning-piece; 1641 -- v.22 The examination, confession, traill, and execution, of Joane Williford, Joan Cariden, and Jane Hott; 1645 -- v.23 Fearefull apparitions; or, The strangest visions that ever hath been heard of; 1647 -- v.24 Wonderfull newes; or A true relation of a churchwarden in the towne of Tosceter, in Northhamptonshire; 1642 -- v.25 The tryall and examination of Mrs. Joan Peterson; 1652 -- v.26 Strange and miraculous newes from Turkie; 1642 -- v.27 A miracle of miracles; 1649-- v.28 A relation of a strange apparition in an ale-house next doore to the white horse against Sommerset house in the Strand; 1641 -- v.29 Strange newes from Scotland; 1647 -- v.30 Strange newes from Warwicke...whereunto is annexed another fearefull example which happened at Coventry; 1642 -- v.31 An exact relation of the bloddy and barbarous murder, committed by Miles Lewis, and his wife, a pin-maker, upon their prentice; 1646 -- v.32 A strange and lamentable accident that happened lately at Mears-Ashby in Northamptonshire; 1642
  • [Cont.] v.33 A true discourse, declaring the damnable life and death of one Stubbe Peter, a most wicked sorcerer, who in the likeness of a woolfe, committed many murders; 1590 -- v.34 The Rantres monster: being a true relation of one Mary Adams, living at Tillingham in Essex, who named herself the Virgin Mary; 1652 -- v.35 A strange and true relation of a young woman possest with the devill; 1647 -- v.36 Newes from Perin in Cornwall: of a most bloody and un-exampled murther; 1618 -- v.37 The devels delusion; or, a faithful relation of John Palmer and Elizabeth Knott, two notorious witches lately condemned at the sessions of Oyer and terminer in St. Albans; 1649 -- v.38 A booke declaringe the fearfull vexasion, of one Alexander Nyndge. Beynge most horriblye tormented wyth an euyll spirit; 1573 -- v.39 Sad newes from Black-wall; 1641 -- v.40 A rehearsall both straung and true, of hainous and horrible actes committed by Elisabeth Stile, alias Rockingham, Mother Dutton, Mother Deuell, Mother Margaret, fower notorious witches; 1579 -- v.41 A strange and wonderful example of Gods judgments, shewed upon Iames Brathwaight of Shoreditch, London; 1645 -- v.42 The true relation of two wonderfull sleepers; 1646 -- v.43 The wonderfull works of God
  • [Cont.] v.44 The troubled-spirited mans departing: or, A wonderful relation of the wilfull murder committed by Thomas Mince; 1653 -- v.45 Strange and fearfull newes from Plaisto; [16--?] v.46 A relation of a terrible monster taken by a fisherman neere Wollage, July the 15; 1642 -- v.47 The devill seen at St. Albons; 1648 -- v.48 A strange and wonderfull relation of the burying alive of Joan Bridges of Rochester in the county of Kent; 1646 -- v.49 Vox infantis, or the propheticall child; 1649 -- v.50 Horrid and strange news from Ireland; 1643
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
50 v.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)37154311
  • ucoclc37154311
Label
Reprints of English books, 1475-1700, edited by Joseph Arnold Foster
Publication
Note
Vols. 1-12 have imprint: Claremont, 1948; v.29-50: Lansing, Mich, 1940, 1948
Contents
  • v.1 Lamentable newes, showing the wonderful deliuerance of Maister Edmond Pet; 1613 -- v.2 A true and most dreadfull discourse of a woman possessed with the deuill; 1584 -- v.3 The wonderful battell of starelings; 1622 -- v.4 Two horrible and inhumane murders done in Lincolnshire; 1607 -- v.5 A relation of the most lamentable burning of the cittie of Corke; 1622 -- v.6 A most strange and rare example of the iust iudgement of God executed vpon a lewde and wicked coniurer; [1577?] -- v.7 Heuy news of an horryble earth quade wiche was in the cytie of Schabaria; [n.d.] -- v.8 A straunge, and terrible wunder very late in the parish church of Bongay; [1577?] -- v.9 A strange and miraculous accident happened in the cittie of Purmerent; 1599 -- v.10 A true relation of Gods wonderfull mercies, in preseruing one alive, which hanged five dayes; [n.d.] -- v.11 Newes out of Germanie; 1584 -- v.12 The horrible murther of a young boy of three yeres of age; 1606 -- v.13 The witch of Wapping; 1652 -- v.14 A most certain, strange, and true discovery of a witch; 1643 -- v.15 A wonderful and strange miracle: or, Gods just vengeance against the Cavaliers; 1642 -- v.16 A true relation of a very strange and wonderful thing that was heard in the air, Octoberthe twelfth, by many hundreds of people; 1658 -- v.17 The good angel of Stamford; 1659
  • [Cont.]v.18 Strange and horrible news which happened betwixt St. Iohns street, and Islington; 1642 -- v.19 Newes from Sally: of a strange delivery of foure English captives from the slavery of the Turkes; 1642 -- v.20 A blazing starre seene jn the west; 1642 -- v.21 The apprentices warning-piece; 1641 -- v.22 The examination, confession, traill, and execution, of Joane Williford, Joan Cariden, and Jane Hott; 1645 -- v.23 Fearefull apparitions; or, The strangest visions that ever hath been heard of; 1647 -- v.24 Wonderfull newes; or A true relation of a churchwarden in the towne of Tosceter, in Northhamptonshire; 1642 -- v.25 The tryall and examination of Mrs. Joan Peterson; 1652 -- v.26 Strange and miraculous newes from Turkie; 1642 -- v.27 A miracle of miracles; 1649-- v.28 A relation of a strange apparition in an ale-house next doore to the white horse against Sommerset house in the Strand; 1641 -- v.29 Strange newes from Scotland; 1647 -- v.30 Strange newes from Warwicke...whereunto is annexed another fearefull example which happened at Coventry; 1642 -- v.31 An exact relation of the bloddy and barbarous murder, committed by Miles Lewis, and his wife, a pin-maker, upon their prentice; 1646 -- v.32 A strange and lamentable accident that happened lately at Mears-Ashby in Northamptonshire; 1642
  • [Cont.] v.33 A true discourse, declaring the damnable life and death of one Stubbe Peter, a most wicked sorcerer, who in the likeness of a woolfe, committed many murders; 1590 -- v.34 The Rantres monster: being a true relation of one Mary Adams, living at Tillingham in Essex, who named herself the Virgin Mary; 1652 -- v.35 A strange and true relation of a young woman possest with the devill; 1647 -- v.36 Newes from Perin in Cornwall: of a most bloody and un-exampled murther; 1618 -- v.37 The devels delusion; or, a faithful relation of John Palmer and Elizabeth Knott, two notorious witches lately condemned at the sessions of Oyer and terminer in St. Albans; 1649 -- v.38 A booke declaringe the fearfull vexasion, of one Alexander Nyndge. Beynge most horriblye tormented wyth an euyll spirit; 1573 -- v.39 Sad newes from Black-wall; 1641 -- v.40 A rehearsall both straung and true, of hainous and horrible actes committed by Elisabeth Stile, alias Rockingham, Mother Dutton, Mother Deuell, Mother Margaret, fower notorious witches; 1579 -- v.41 A strange and wonderful example of Gods judgments, shewed upon Iames Brathwaight of Shoreditch, London; 1645 -- v.42 The true relation of two wonderfull sleepers; 1646 -- v.43 The wonderfull works of God
  • [Cont.] v.44 The troubled-spirited mans departing: or, A wonderful relation of the wilfull murder committed by Thomas Mince; 1653 -- v.45 Strange and fearfull newes from Plaisto; [16--?] v.46 A relation of a terrible monster taken by a fisherman neere Wollage, July the 15; 1642 -- v.47 The devill seen at St. Albons; 1648 -- v.48 A strange and wonderfull relation of the burying alive of Joan Bridges of Rochester in the county of Kent; 1646 -- v.49 Vox infantis, or the propheticall child; 1649 -- v.50 Horrid and strange news from Ireland; 1643
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
50 v.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)37154311
  • ucoclc37154311

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