NARRATIVE OF THE MIRACULOUS CURE OF ANNE MUNNINGS: of Colchester, by Faith, Prayer, and Anointing with Oil, on New-Year's Day, 1705; Crafty Kate, of Colchester, or, The False-hearted Clothier Frighted into Good Manners, a rare and whimsical old Ballad; An extraordinary Love-Letter, Addressed to a Lady of Maldon, in 1644; and The Maldon Martyr's Prayer, 1555. A very limited number printed. Charles Doe, Charles Clark, Thomas Bourman, Stephen Knight.
NARRATIVE OF THE MIRACULOUS CURE OF ANNE MUNNINGS: of Colchester, by Faith, Prayer, and Anointing with Oil, on New-Year's Day, 1705; Crafty Kate, of Colchester, or, The False-hearted Clothier Frighted into Good Manners, a rare and whimsical old Ballad; An extraordinary Love-Letter, Addressed to a Lady of Maldon, in 1644; and The Maldon Martyr's Prayer, 1555. A very limited number printed.

NARRATIVE OF THE MIRACULOUS CURE OF ANNE MUNNINGS: of Colchester, by Faith, Prayer, and Anointing with Oil, on New-Year's Day, 1705; Crafty Kate, of Colchester, or, The False-hearted Clothier Frighted into Good Manners, a rare and whimsical old Ballad; An extraordinary Love-Letter, Addressed to a Lady of Maldon, in 1644; and The Maldon Martyr's Prayer, 1555. A very limited number printed.

Totham [England]: Printed by Charles Clark at his Private Press. 1847. First Printing. Octavo; original green printed wrappers. 14 unnumbered leaves printed in black letter on rectos only, title page printed in red & black ; 22 cm. Minor creasing; a very good, sound copy in the original printed wrappers. Item #311331

¶ Reprints four extremely rare works works originally published between 1555-1705. Charles Clark, "The Bard of Totham", ran a private press between 1828 and 1862, printing mostly rare broadsides and ballads. A rare work, with only seven copies held in institutional libraries Worldwide (per Worldcat).

Price: $450.00

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