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Context of Strange and true newes from Glocester, or, A perfect relation of the wonderful, and miraculous power of God shewed for injustice, : at Fairforl ... where an innumerable company of froggs and toads (on a sudden) over-spread the ground, orchards and houses of the lord of the town, and a justice near adjacent: and how they divided themselves into two distinct Bodies, and orderly made up to the house of the said justice; some climing up the walls, and into the windows and chambers: and afterwards how strangely and unexpectedly they vanisht away to the admiration of all. Also a great and terrible earth-quake, which spoyld several houses, towns and castles. The raining of blood, and hail-stones of a pound and a half weight, a great part of a forrest being burnt up with fire from heaven. Likewise the wonderful example of Gods justice in the sudden and dreadful death of the clark's daughter of Brokington in Glocestershire, in the presence of the whole congregation. Entred according to order
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