EBBA ID: 30865

British Library - Roxburghe 3.216-217
 
The two inseparable brothers. / OR / A true and strange description of a Gentleman (an Italian / by birth) about seventeene yeeres of age, who hath an imperfect (yet living) / Brother, growing out of his side, having a head, two armes, and one leg, all per- / fectly to be seen. They were both baptized together; the imperfect is called / John Baptist, and the other Lazarus. Admire the Creator in his Creatures.
Date Published 1633-1669 ?
Author Martin Parker
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Imprint Pritnted at London for Thomas Lamb the signe of the Hors-shooe in Smithfield
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Collection British Library - Roxburghe
Pages 3.216, 3.217
Location British Library
Shelfmark C.20.f.9.216-217
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TitleThe two inseparable brothers. / OR / A true and strange description of a Gentleman (an Italian / by birth) about seventeene yeeres of age, who hath an imperfect (yet living) / Brother, growing out of his side, having a head, two armes, and one leg, all per- / fectly to be seen. They were both baptized together; the imperfect is called / John Baptist, and the other Lazarus. Admire the Creator in his Creatures.The second part,
Tune ImprintTo the tune of The wandering Iewes Chronicle.To the same tune.
First LinesTO England lately newes is come, / Which many parts of ChristiandomeYEt nothing doth the lesser eate, / He's onely nourish'd with the meate
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