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The prodigal daughter ; or The disobedient lady. : In five parts being a true relation of one Jean Nicholson, the only daughter of a wealthy merchant living in Merchant-street, St James's, London. I. Shewing how she being much indulged by her parents, fell into all manner of disobedience, wickedness, and debauchery. II How the devil appeared unto her, and advised her to poison her parents, which she consented to do. III. How her parents were forwarned by an angel of her wicked design, and gave the poisoned meet she had prepared for them to dogs. IV. How at the sight thereof she fell down dead, and was thereupon burried. V. How they heard her, as they were closing the grave, give several groans, at which they broke open the coffin, VI. How she sat up in her coffin, telling the Minister, and several other persons, what strange things she has seen in her trance, concerning the torments of hell ; with an account of the comfors and inconceivable glories of heaven. Preview this item
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The prodigal daughter ; or The disobedient lady. : In five parts being a true relation of one Jean Nicholson, the only daughter of a wealthy merchant living in Merchant-street, St James's, London. I. Shewing how she being much indulged by her parents, fell into all manner of disobedience, wickedness, and debauchery. II How the devil appeared unto her, and advised her to poison her parents, which she consented to do. III. How her parents were forwarned by an angel of her wicked design, and gave the poisoned meet she had prepared for them to dogs. IV. How at the sight thereof she fell down dead, and was thereupon burried. V. How they heard her, as they were closing the grave, give several groans, at which they broke open the coffin, VI. How she sat up in her coffin, telling the Minister, and several other persons, what strange things she has seen in her trance, concerning the torments of hell ; with an account of the comfors and inconceivable glories of heaven.

Publisher: [Glasgow] : Printed for the Company of Flying Stationers, 1786.
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Genre/Form: Poems
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
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OCLC Number: 645771078
Description: 1 online resource (8 pages).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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