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Much ado about nothing ; or, A plain refutation of all that has been written or said concerning the rabbit-woman of Godalming : being a full and impartial confession from her own mouth, and under her own hand, of the whole affair, from the beginning to the end : now made publick for the general satisfaction. Preview this item
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Much ado about nothing ; or, A plain refutation of all that has been written or said concerning the rabbit-woman of Godalming : being a full and impartial confession from her own mouth, and under her own hand, of the whole affair, from the beginning to the end : now made publick for the general satisfaction.

Author: Mary Tuft
Publisher: London : Printed for A. Moore ..., 1727.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Satires
Named Person: Mary Toft
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Tuft
OCLC Number: 19561010
Notes: A satire in dialect signed at end: Mary Tuft.
Mary Toft, the subject of the satire, claimed to to have given birth to rabbits.
Half title: Much ado about nothing; or, The rabbit-women's compassion.
The printer's ornaments are those of Henry Woodfall. cf. ESTC.
Description: 23, [1] pages ; 20 cm (8vo)
Other Titles: Much ado about nothing
Plain refutation of all that has been written or said concerning the rabbit-woman

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