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The Dutch-mens pedigree or A relation, shewing how they were first bred, and descended from a horse-turd, which was enclosed in a butter-box. Together with a most exact descripton of that great, huge, large, horrible, terrible, hideous, fearful, ... prodigious, preposterous horse that shit the same turd; who had two faces on one head, the one somwhat resembling the face of a man, the other the face of a horse, the rest of his body was like the body of an horse, saving that on his shoulders he had two great fish finns like the finns of whales, but far more large: he lived somtime on land, but most in water; his dyet was fish, roots, ... A very dreadful accident befel him, the fear hereof set him into such a fit of shiting, that he died thereof: ... Also how the Germans following the directions of a conjurer, made a very great box, and smeared the in-side with butter, and how it was filled with the dung which the said monstrous horse shit: out of which dung within nine days space sprung forth men, women, and children; the off-spring whereof are yet alive to this day, and now commonly known by the name of Dutchmen; as this following relation will plainly manifest.

Main Author: D. F.
Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Language: English
Published: London : Printed in the year 1653. And are to be sold at St. Michaels Church door in Cornhill, 1653
Series: Early English books online.
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245 1 4 |a The Dutch-mens pedigree  |h [electronic resource] :  |b or A relation, shewing how they were first bred, and descended from a horse-turd, which was enclosed in a butter-box. Together with a most exact descripton of that great, huge, large, horrible, terrible, hideous, fearful, ... prodigious, preposterous horse that shit the same turd; who had two faces on one head, the one somwhat resembling the face of a man, the other the face of a horse, the rest of his body was like the body of an horse, saving that on his shoulders he had two great fish finns like the finns of whales, but far more large: he lived somtime on land, but most in water; his dyet was fish, roots, ... A very dreadful accident befel him, the fear hereof set him into such a fit of shiting, that he died thereof: ... Also how the Germans following the directions of a conjurer, made a very great box, and smeared the in-side with butter, and how it was filled with the dung which the said monstrous horse shit: out of which dung within nine days space sprung forth men, women, and children; the off-spring whereof are yet alive to this day, and now commonly known by the name of Dutchmen; as this following relation will plainly manifest. 
246 2 |a Relation, shewing how they were first bred, and descended from a horse-turd, which was enclosed in a butter-box 
260 |a London :  |b Printed in the year 1653. And are to be sold at St. Michaels Church door in Cornhill,  |c [1653] 
300 |a 1 sheet ([1] p.) :  |b ill. 
500 |a Signed at end: D.F. 
500 |a The illustration is of the horse and the great butter box; looking over the edge of the butter box are effigies of Trump and With. 
500 |a Annotation on Thomason copy: "8th January 1652". 
500 |a Reproduction of the original in the British Library. 
510 4 |a Wing (2nd ed.)  |c F6 
510 4 |a Thomason  |c 669.f.16[81] 
533 |a Electronic reproduction.  |b Ann Arbor, Mich. :  |c UMI,  |d 1999-  |f (Early English books online)  |n Digital version of: (Thomason Tracts ; 246:669f16[81])  |7 s1999 miun s 
600 1 0 |a Tromp, Maarten Harpertsz.,  |d 1598-1653  |v Humor  |v Early works to 1800. 
600 1 0 |a With, Witte Corneliszoon de,  |d 1599-1658  |v Humor  |v Early works to 1800. 
650 0 |a Anglo-Dutch War, 1652-1654  |v Humor  |v Early works to 1800. 
650 0 |a Political satire, English  |y 17th century  |v Early works to 1800. 
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