Viewing: Firth c.23(75)
Negative photograph of: Pepys Ballads I:148.
Title: A looking glasse for corne hoorders, by the example of John Russell ... whose horses sunke into the ground the 4 of March 1631
First Line: Of wonders strange that was ever heard, ever heard
Economy and trade - 17th century
31B8: Fool, simpleton, numskull
47I2211: Herd, flock
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