A miracle of miracles
A miracle of miracles: wrought by the blood of King Charles the First, of happy memory, upon a mayd at Detford foure miles from London, who by the violence of the disease called the Kings evill was blinde one whole yeere; but by making use of a piece of handkircher [sic] dipped in the Kings blood is recovered of her sight. To the comfort of the Kings friends, and astonishment of his enemies. The truth hereof many thousands can testifie.
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London : [s.n.], printed anno Dom. 1649.