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EBBA 30183

British Library - Roxburghe
Bloudy news from Germany or the peoples misery by famine, / Being an example of Gods just judgement on one Harto a Noble man in / Germany of the town of Ments who when the people were decayed (by / reason of a hard famine) he gathered the poorer sort into a Barn, and / burned them (saying these are but as Rats that eat up all and do nothing / else) but the allseeing God left not this wickedness unpunished; for he / was so sore beset and beat with Rats, that his Castles top was never af- / ter free of them, and at last devoured by them.
Date Published 1672-1696 ?
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Imprint Printed for Phillip Brooksby near the Hospital gate.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 2.38, 2.39
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.8.38-39
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Title Bloudy news from Germany or the peoples misery by famine, / Being an example of Gods just judgement on one Harto a Noble man in / Germany of the town of Ments who when the people were decayed (by / reason of a hard famine) he gathered the poorer sort into a Barn, and / burned them (saying these are but as Rats that eat up all and do nothing / else) but the allseeing God left not this wickedness unpunished; for he / was so sore beset and beat with Rats, that his Castles top was never af- / ter free of them, and at last devoured by them.
Tune Imprint Tune of, Chievy Chase.
First Lines WHen as my mind was fully bent / some story for to rhime,
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