EBBA 36213

Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
 
Strange Newes from Brotherton in Yorke-shire, be- / ing a true Relation of the raining of Wheat on Easter day last, to the great a- / maizment of all the Inhabitants; It hath rained Wheate more or lesse every / day since, witnessed by divers persons of good ranke and quality, as the Lady / Ramsden who gethered some her selfe, some of it was sent to Iudge Green, and / M. Hurst dwelling at the Fountaine Taverne in Saint Anns Lane neere Alders- / gate in London.
Date Published 1647-1648 ?
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Imprint Printed by John Hammond, dwelling / over-against S. Andrews Church.
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Collection Manchester Central Library - Blackletter Ballads
Page 2.39
Location Manchester Central Library
Shelfmark BR f 821.04 B49
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  Part 1
Title Strange Newes from Brotherton in Yorke-shire, be- / ing a true Relation of the raining of Wheat on Easter day last, to the great a- / maizment of all the Inhabitants; It hath rained Wheate more or lesse every / day since, witnessed by divers persons of good ranke and quality, as the Lady / Ramsden who gethered some her selfe, some of it was sent to Iudge Green, and / M. Hurst dwelling at the Fountaine Taverne in Saint Anns Lane neere Alders- / gate in London.
Tune Imprint To the Tune of The rich Merchant man.
First Lines OH wretched ENGLAND mind! / the wonders God doth show,
Refrain The wonders of the LORD, / let none forget therefore, / But carefully beare them in mind, / both now and evermore.
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