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The Resource The Prodigal daughter: or A strange and wonderful relation, : shewing, how a gentleman of a vast estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them. How an angel informed her parents of their daughter's design. How she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put into the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. : Likewise the substance of a sermon preached on this occasion by the Reverend Mr. Williams, from Luke 15. 24, (electronic resource)

The Prodigal daughter: or A strange and wonderful relation, : shewing, how a gentleman of a vast estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them. How an angel informed her parents of their daughter's design. How she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put into the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. : Likewise the substance of a sermon preached on this occasion by the Reverend Mr. Williams, from Luke 15. 24, (electronic resource)

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The Prodigal daughter: or A strange and wonderful relation, : shewing, how a gentleman of a vast estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them. How an angel informed her parents of their daughter's design. How she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put into the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. : Likewise the substance of a sermon preached on this occasion by the Reverend Mr. Williams, from Luke 15. 24
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The Prodigal daughter: or A strange and wonderful relation,
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shewing, how a gentleman of a vast estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them. How an angel informed her parents of their daughter's design. How she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put into the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. : Likewise the substance of a sermon preached on this occasion by the Reverend Mr. Williams, from Luke 15. 24
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MWA
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illustrations
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Literary form
non fiction
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Fleet, Pompey
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juvenile
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The Prodigal daughter: or A strange and wonderful relation, : shewing, how a gentleman of a vast estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them. How an angel informed her parents of their daughter's design. How she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put into the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. : Likewise the substance of a sermon preached on this occasion by the Reverend Mr. Williams, from Luke 15. 24, (electronic resource)
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  • In verse
  • Caption title: The prodigal daughter, or, The disobedient lady reclaim'd, &c
  • The ornaments enclosing the Heart and Crown tailpiece are known to have been used by Thomas Fleet (1685-1758) between 1742 and 1754
  • The relief cut (Reilly 1364) on title page and p. 12 is signed: P.F. [i.e., Pompey Fleet]
  • Not in Evans or Bristol
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mixed
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mixed
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aas03026933
Dimensions
17 cm. (8vo)
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unknown
Extent
16 p.
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multiple file formats
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electronic
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Restricted to institutions with a site license to the Digital Evans Edition
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lossless
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Access limited to authenticated Bowdoin College Library users
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ill.
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absent
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access
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Electronic text and image data.
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remote
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
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The Prodigal daughter: or A strange and wonderful relation, : shewing, how a gentleman of a vast estate in Bristol, had a proud and disobedient daughter, who because her parents would not support her in all her extravagance, bargained with the Devil to poison them. How an angel informed her parents of their daughter's design. How she lay in a trance four days, and when she was put into the grave, she came to life again, and related the wonderful things she saw in the other world. : Likewise the substance of a sermon preached on this occasion by the Reverend Mr. Williams, from Luke 15. 24, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In verse
  • Caption title: The prodigal daughter, or, The disobedient lady reclaim'd, &c
  • The ornaments enclosing the Heart and Crown tailpiece are known to have been used by Thomas Fleet (1685-1758) between 1742 and 1754
  • The relief cut (Reilly 1364) on title page and p. 12 is signed: P.F. [i.e., Pompey Fleet]
  • Not in Evans or Bristol
Antecedent source
mixed
Color
mixed
Control code
aas03026933
Dimensions
17 cm. (8vo)
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
16 p.
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Restricted to institutions with a site license to the Digital Evans Edition
Level of compression
lossless
Note
Access limited to authenticated Bowdoin College Library users
Other physical details
ill.
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Reproduction note
Electronic text and image data.
Specific material designation
remote
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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