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Goad, Thomas 1623aa

[Goad, Thomas]. The dolefvll euen-song, or a true, particvlar and impartiall narration of that fearefull and sudden calamity, which befell the preacher Mr. Drvry a Iesuite, and the greater part of his auditory, by the downefall of the floore at an assembly in the Black-Friers on Sunday the 26. of Octob. last, in the after noone. Together with the rehearsall of Master Drvrie his text, and the diuision thereof, as also an exact catalogue of the names of such as perished by this lamentable accident: and a briefe application thereupon. London: Printed by Iohn Hauiland, for William Barret, and Richard Whitaker, and are to be sold at the signe of the Kings head, 1623. Sigs. A-D⁴ F² H-K⁴. 4⁰.


Sig. K4r: ""The particulars concerning those that suffered in this lamentable accident, hath beene so obscured that no exact account could bee had of them, no maruell then that dilligence of enquiry could not preuent some mistake in the catalogue formerly printed with this Relation; which catalogue is now renewed and rectified, by more certaine intelligence than heretofore hath beene related". This passage is not found in the preceding edition. The information about the deceased is more detailed in this edition, thus for instance first names of children that had just been listed as sons or daughters are now given.


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