A true relation of a monstrous female-child with two heads, fower eyes, fower ears, two no[ses, two] mouthes, and fower arms, fower legs, and all things proportionably, fixed to one body. Born about the sixth of May last, at a village called Ill-Brewers near Taunton Dean in Somerset-shire. Likewise a true and perfect account of its form so prodigiously strange, with several remarkable passages observed from it since its birth, so great and amazing, that the like has not been known in many ages: with many other circumstances. As it was faithfully communicated in a letter, by a person of worth, living in Taunton-Dean, to a gentleman here in London, and attested by many hundreds of no mean rank; and well known to several gentlemen in and about London.
printed by D. Mallet,
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