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Author: Southerne, Lawrence.
Title: Fearefull newes from Coventry, or, A true relation and lamentable story of one Thomas Holt of Coventry a musitian:: who through covetousnesse and immoderate love of money, sold himselfe to the devill, with whom he had made a contract for certaine yeares. And also of his most lamentable end and death, on the 16, day of February. 1641. To the terror and amazement of the inhabitants thereabouts. writen [sic] by Lawrence Southerne of Coventrey.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Fearefull newes from Coventry, or, A true relation and lamentable story of one Thomas Holt of Coventry a musitian:: who through covetousnesse and immoderate love of money, sold himselfe to the devill, with whom he had made a contract for certaine yeares. And also of his most lamentable end and death, on the 16, day of February. 1641. To the terror and amazement of the inhabitants thereabouts. writen [sic] by Lawrence Southerne of Coventrey.
Southerne, Lawrence.

London: Printed for Iohn Thomas, 1642.
Subject terms:
Great Britain -- Religion
Holt, Thomas, -- d. 1642.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A93579.0001.001

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A True and Lamentable story of one Thomas Holt of Coventrey Mu∣sitian, who through Covetuousnesse and immode∣rate love of money, sold himselfe to the Devill, and also of his most lamentable end, on the 16. of February. 1641.