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God's marvellous wonders in England containing divers strange and wonderful relations that have happened since the beginning of June, this present year 1694. I. A strange and wonderful shower of wheat that fell in Wiltshire, on the 27th. of June, 1694. of which people gathered considerable quantities in the fields and roads, &c. II. The Kentish wonder; or, an account of sundry grass fields sprouting up with corn, where none has been known to be sown for 4 years past, near Maidstone, in Kent in the grounds of an honest farmer, who who [sic] was very charitable to the poor in these hard times. III. An account of a terrible storm of hail, near Darlington, in the bishoprick of D[ur]ham, on the 2. of July, 1694. by which divers persons and cattel were hurt, and birds in their flight beat down dead; with the hailstones of 6 inches in circumference, in divers fo[r]ms, as swords, coronets divers sorts of fruits, &. IV. An account of a mighty monstrous whale app[e]aring off the mouth of the River Humber, of 40 foot in length on t

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Corporate Author: Early English Books Online.
Format: Online Book
Published: [London] : Printed for P. Brooksby at the Golden-Ball, in Pye-corner, [1694]
Series:Early English books online.
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