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British Library - Roxburghe
A Warning for Swearers, / By the Example of God’s Judgments shewed upon a Man Born near the Town of Wolver- / hampton, in Stafford-shire, who had Stolen a Bible; and being Examined before a Justice, deny’d the / Fact, and falsly forswore it; wishing he might Rot, if he were Guilty of the Theft; which (accor- / ding to his Desire) immediately fell upon him; and is at this time, a sad Spectacle to Hundreds / that have beheld him: / Also, A Relation of God's Judgments shewed upon a Woman, who Lived in Worcester-shire; who / falsly forswore her self, and [?] in a short time after, Being immediately struck Dumb.
Date Published 1678-1688 ?
Author J. C.
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Imprint London Printed for W. Thackeray, T. Passenger, / and W. VVhitwood.
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.38, 3.39
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.38-39
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  Part 1
Title A Warning for Swearers, / By the Example of God’s Judgments shewed upon a Man Born near the Town of Wolver- / hampton, in Stafford-shire, who had Stolen a Bible; and being Examined before a Justice, deny’d the / Fact, and falsly forswore it; wishing he might Rot, if he were Guilty of the Theft; which (accor- / ding to his Desire) immediately fell upon him; and is at this time, a sad Spectacle to Hundreds / that have beheld him: / Also, A Relation of God's Judgments shewed upon a Woman, who Lived in Worcester-shire; who / falsly forswore her self, and [?] in a short time after, Being immediately struck Dumb.
Tune Imprint Tune, Aim not too High.
First Lines ALL you that do desire to hear and know, / of wonders strange, the which the Lord doth show,
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