The dumb philosopher; or, Great Britain's wonder: containing a faithful and very surprising account how Dickory Cronke, a tinner's son in the county of Cornwall, was born dumb, and continued so for fifty-eight years; and how some days before he died, he came to his speech: with memoirs of his life, and the manner of his death. London, Printed for T, Bickerton, 1719; Reprinted by G. Smeeton, 1818.
|Main Author:||Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.|
|Other Authors:||Smeeton, George, active 1800-1828.|
In Smeeton, George ... Historical and biographical tracts. Westminster, 1820. v. 2 [no. 5]
iv, , 23 p.
21 x 17 cm.
|Original Classification Number:||DA385 .S64 v.2|
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