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Southeil, Ursula. Wonders!!! Past, present, and to come! Being the strange prophecies, and uncommon predictions of the famous Mother Shipton, Generally known by the Appellation of the Yorkshire Prophetess. Copied from the original scroll delivered by her to the Abbot of Beverly: Privately preserved, in a Noble Family for many Years, and lately discovered among other Curious and Valuable Manuscripts. To which is prefixed an account of her life and other prophecies, with their proper Explanations. Embellished with her Portrait from an Original Drawing, and a Correct View of her Statue near the City of York.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 6701, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/6701. Accessed 2024-03-03.

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  author={Southeil,Ursula},
  year={1797},
  title={Wonders!!! Past, present, and to come! Being the strange prophecies, and uncommon predictions of the famous Mother Shipton, Generally known by the Appellation of the Yorkshire Prophetess. Copied from the original scroll delivered by her to the Abbot of Beverly: Privately preserved, in a Noble Family for many Years, and lately discovered among other Curious and Valuable Manuscripts. To which is prefixed an account of her life and other prophecies, with their proper Explanations. Embellished with her Portrait from an Original Drawing, and a Correct View of her Statue near the City of York.},
  publisher={Mr Baker \& },
  address={London},    }

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