God's judgments shewn unto mankind. A true and sorrowful relation of the sufferings of the inhabitants of the city of Marseilles in France, now under the dreadful calamity of the plague, pestilence and fevers, with the manner of its infecting them by vomiting, pains in the head, or purple boils under their arm pits, the number of the dead being above fifty thousand. And lastly the cause of it, and from whence it came, by a strict order from the Regent to the College of Physicians at Capentras. Tune of, Aim not too high. /
|Main Author:||Gent, Tho. fl. 1721.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
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