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The true relation of two wonderfull sleepers. : The one a woman in the little old Baily, her name Elizabeth Iefkins, who to the great admiration of the beholders, did sleep from Munday about 4 in the afternoone, July 25. untill the Saturday following, being August the first, at which time she dyed, with a particular relation of the strange passages during the time of her sleep, and the manner of her death. The other, being a man in Gravell-lane, by name John Underwood, hath already slept full nine dayes and nights, and doth still continue sleeping, with the most wonderfull manner of it

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  • Format Books; Microforms
  • Publication London, : Printed for Thomas Bates, at the signe of the Mayden-head on Snow-hill near the Conduit., 1646.
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    • 8 p

Notes

  • Annotation on Thomason copy: "Aug: 5".
  • Reproduction of the original in the British Library.
  • Wing (2nd ed.) T3076.
  • Thomason E.349[8].
  • Available electronically as part of Early English books online.