The fatall vesper, or A true and punctuall relation of that lamentable and fearefull accident, hapning on Sunday in the afternoone being the 26. of October last, by the fall of a roome in the Black-Friers, in which were assembled many people at a sermon, which was to be preached by Father Drurie a Iesuite Together with the names and number of such persons as therin vnhappily perished, or were miraculously preserued.
Printed by Iohn Hauiland for Richard Whitaker,
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|Item Description:||Dedication signed: VV.C.|
Erroneously attributed to William Crashaw.
The first leaf and the last leaf are blank.
Most sheets exist in two impositions, and at least two pages were reset; for details see Freeman, Arthur. "'The fatal vesper' and 'The doleful evensong': Claim-jumping in 1623". Library, ser. 5, 23:128-135.
Folger Library copy identified as STC 6015a on UMI microfilm.
Reproductions of the originals in the Folger Shakespeare Library and the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
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