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Signes from heaven: or Severall apparitions seene and heard in the ayre, in the counties of Cambridge and Norfolke, on the 21 day of May last past in the afternoone, 1646. : Viz. [brace] A navie or fleet of ships under sayle. A ball of wild-fire rolling up and downe. Three men struggling one with another, one having a sword in his hand. Great hailstones round and hollow like rings. Extraordinary beating of drums in the ayre, &c. A piller or cloud ascending up from the earth like a spire-steeple, being opposed by a speare or lance downward. Being made manifest by divers and severall letters from persons of credit in both counties, and sent up to this city to their friends for truth

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  • Format Books; Microforms
  • Publication London, : Printed by T. Forcet, dwelling in Old Fish-street, in Heydon-court, 1646.
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    • [2], 5, [1] p


  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "June 6th".
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
  • Wing (2nd ed.) S3778.
  • Thomason E.340[3].
  • Available electronically as part of Early English books online.

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