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Strange relation from Kingston upon Thames

Title:Strange relation from Kingston upon Thames
Alternate title:The fruitful wonder: or, A strange relation from Kingston upon Thames. Of a woman, who on Thursday and Friday, being the 5th. and 6th. days of this instant March, 1673/4. VVas delivered of four children at one birth, viz. three sons and one daughter, all born alive, lusty children, and perfect in every part; which lived 24 hours, and then dyed all much about the same time. VVith several other examples of numerous births from credible historians. VVith the physical and astrological reasons for the same. Published by J. P. student in physick.
Alternate title:Fruitful wonder
Note:[London] : Printed for Rich. Rosse, 1674
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Subject:Childbirth -- Early works to 1800
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