Joanna Southcott's answer to five charges in the "Leeds Mercury," :
four of which are absolutely false; but as in the first charge, her accuser might have some room for cavilling, she wishes to make every allowance; and give a clear answer, how that was misunderstood: and not only to answer the four false charges that are brought against her; but she has brought four true charges against her adversaries, which will be seen in the following pages.
|Main Creator:||Southcott, Joanna, 1750-1814.|
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Ashford, Middlesex. : Printed and published by A. Seymour, The Clock House Press, sold by all booksellers and Carpenter's Book Store, San Diego, Cal., U.S.A., 1918.
"Joanna answers charges that four of her major prophecies were false ... The charges involve the prophecies concerning the end of sealing, a French invasion of England, a crop failure, and Joanna's 'awful trial'"--Wright, E.P. Southcott Coll.
Place of publication follows the phrase The Clock House Press in imprint.
Physical description: 24 p. ; 21 cm.
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|P 830||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|