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049    UMIA 
245 02 A warning for all such as desire to sleep upon the grass: 
       :|bBy the example of Mary Dudson maid-servant to Mr. 
       Phillips a gardener ... being a most strange, but true 
       relation how she was found in a dead-sleep in the garden, 
       that no ordinary noise could awake her. As also how an 
       adder entered into her body, the manner of her long 
       sickness, with a brief discovery of the cause at length by
       her strange and most miraculous vomiting up of about 
       fourteen young adders, and one old adder ... the maid is 
       yet living. The like to this hath not been known in this 
       age. The tune is, In summer time. 
260    London, :|bPrinted for Charls Tyus ...|c1664. 
300    1 sheet ([1] p.) :|bill. 
500    Contains 3 illustrations. 
500    Reproduction of original in: University of Glasgow. 
600 10 Dudson, Mary 
650  0 Ballads, English|y17th century. 
740 0  In summer time. 
830  0 Early English books online. 
856 40 |uhttp://gateway.proquest.com/openurl?ctx_ver=Z39.88-2003&
936    EEBO-WING