Gods great and wonderful work in Somerset-shire. Or the charitable farmer miraculously rewarded, happening at Welling, within three miles of Wells, this last harvest

Publication Date1674
RemainderWhere a honest godly person, having most part of the last winter sold great quantities of corn to the poor in their distress, at six shillings the bushell, when the market-price was ten or eleven shillings; (for which he was much derided at by his neighbours) was recompensed by an extraordinary crop of wheat, the like before never heard of; each stalk having divers full large ears; some 10, some 12, some 13, but generally 10 ears, on every stalk, one with another throughout the field, which was ten acres, and upwards. Any person may see one of the ears of the corn at Joseph's Coffee-house in Swithins-Alley, near the Royal Exchange. Published as a grateful acknowledgement of the goodness of providence, and to stir up all the faith in God and charity, towards their neighbours, from the consideration of so remarkable an example. With allowance
Extent7, [1] p.
Publisherprinted for Benjamin Harris, at the Stationers Armes in Swithins-Alley near the Royal Exchange



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