The most true and wonderfull relation of a starre of a great magnitude

Publication Date1658
Remainderand casting forth a flame as big as any bushell, that was seene at Haulin a town not farre from the city of Glocester, from Thursday, December the 2. to Saturday, December the 4th. Together with many other dreadfull apparitions, in which it did present it self, as sometimes casting forth coales of fire, somtimes [sic] shooting forth his blazing and threatning trayne to the terror of the beholders. [ ... ] also, the relation of many prodigious little stars that all the while did skip about it, sometimes tunning [sic] from it, and sometimes flying to it. It was attested by many inhabitants of the said towne that did behold it, and by a letter from a gentleman of quality sent to his sister in London
Extent[2], 6 p.
Publisherprinted for F. Coles, dwelling in the Old-Baily

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