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The garnsey garland. : In Three Parts. Part I. The Inhumane Father's Actions to his Daughter, who by her own Father proved with Child, and to keep it private gave her a Thousand Pounds, and sent her to Garnsey, where she was delivered of a Son. Part II. How she left her Babe, and came to London, and married a young Goldsmith near the Strand ; with an Account how in process of Time her Son came to be her Apprentice, and how after her Husband's Decease, she was married to her own Son. Part III. How the Morning after she was marry'd, as she lay by his side by a Mark on his Breast, she found he was the Child of her own Body ; at which sight she fell into great Despair, and in short time died distracted. Licensed according to Order. Preview this item
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The garnsey garland. : In Three Parts. Part I. The Inhumane Father's Actions to his Daughter, who by her own Father proved with Child, and to keep it private gave her a Thousand Pounds, and sent her to Garnsey, where she was delivered of a Son. Part II. How she left her Babe, and came to London, and married a young Goldsmith near the Strand ; with an Account how in process of Time her Son came to be her Apprentice, and how after her Husband's Decease, she was married to her own Son. Part III. How the Morning after she was marry'd, as she lay by his side by a Mark on his Breast, she found he was the Child of her own Body ; at which sight she fell into great Despair, and in short time died distracted. Licensed according to Order.

Publisher: [London?] : Printed for Richard Lawson, [1710?]
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Genre/Form: Poems
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 642590028
Description: 1 online resource (8 pages)
Other Titles: Guernsey garland.

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