EBBA 31785

University of Glasgow Library - Euing
 
Natures Wonder? / OR, / [? Ac]count how the Wife of one John Wate[r]man an Ostler in the Parish of Fisherton- / Anger, near Salisbury, was Delivered of a strange Monster upon the 26th of October 1664. / which lived untill the 27th of the same Moneth. It had two heads, foure Armes, and two Legs. / The Heads standing contrary each to the other; and the Loines, Hipps and Leggs Issueing out / of the middle, betwixt both. They were both pefect to the Navell, and there joyned in one, / being but one Sex, which was the Female. She had another Child born before it (of the Female / Sex) whieh is yet living, and is a very comely Child in all proportions. This is Attested for truth, / by several Persons which were eye wittnesses.
Date Published 1664
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Imprint Printed for E. Andrews at White-Lyon in Pye-corner.
License With Allowance, Novemb. 12th. 1664.
Collection University of Glasgow Library - Euing
Location University of Glasgow Library
Shelfmark Euing Ballads 237
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TitleNatures Wonder? / OR, / [? Ac]count how the Wife of one John Wate[r]man an Ostler in the Parish of Fisherton- / Anger, near Salisbury, was Delivered of a strange Monster upon the 26th of October 1664. / which lived untill the 27th of the same Moneth. It had two heads, foure Armes, and two Legs. / The Heads standing contrary each to the other; and the Loines, Hipps and Leggs Issueing out / of the middle, betwixt both. They were both pefect to the Navell, and there joyned in one, / being but one Sex, which was the Female. She had another Child born before it (of the Female / Sex) whieh is yet living, and is a very comely Child in all proportions. This is Attested for truth, / by several Persons which were eye wittnesses.The second Part,
Tune ImprintThe Tune is, London Prentice: Or, Jovial Batchelor.to the same Tune.
First LinesCOme take a view good People all, / observe it well with heed,TWo Heads it had, grew opposite, / the Picture plain appeares
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