Gaulacher, Margaret, -1715
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- A sorrowful spectacle. In two sermons, occasioned by a just sentence of death, on a miserable woman, for the murder of a spurious offspring. : The one declaring, the evil of an heart hardened, under and against all means of good. : The other describing, the fearful case of such as in a suffering time, and much more such as in a dying hour, are found without the fear of God. : With some remarkable things, relating to the criminal; proper for all to be informed of. / By Cotton Mather, D.D. and F.R.S. ; [One line from Acts] (Boston: : Printed by T. Fleet & T. Crump, for Samuel Gerrish, on the north side of the Town-House, in King-Street,, 1715), by Cotton Mather (HTML at Evans TCP)
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