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A true and perfect account of the miraculous sea-monster, or, Wonderful fish lately taken in Ireland bigger than ox, yet without legs, bones, fins, or scales, with two heads, and ten horns of 10 or 11 foot long, on eight of which horns there grew knobs about the bigness of a cloak-button, in shape like crowns or coronets, to the number of 100 on each horn, which were all to open, and had rows of teeth within them ... : together with the manner how it first appeared and was taken at a place called Dingel Ichough ... / faithfully communicated by an eye witness.

 
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dc.date.accessioned 2018-05-25
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dc.date.created 1674
dc.date.issued 2004-05
dc.identifier ota:A63422
dc.identifier.citation http://purl.ox.ac.uk/ota/A63422
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dc.publisher University of Oxford
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dc.subject.lcsh Sea monsters -- Ireland.
dc.title A true and perfect account of the miraculous sea-monster, or, Wonderful fish lately taken in Ireland bigger than ox, yet without legs, bones, fins, or scales, with two heads, and ten horns of 10 or 11 foot long, on eight of which horns there grew knobs about the bigness of a cloak-button, in shape like crowns or coronets, to the number of 100 on each horn, which were all to open, and had rows of teeth within them ... : together with the manner how it first appeared and was taken at a place called Dingel Ichough ... / faithfully communicated by an eye witness.
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identifier.stc ESTC R25684
otaterms.date.range 1600-1699

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