Title: A most straunge, and true discourse, of the wonderfull iudgement of God. Of a monstrous, deformed infant, begotten by incestuous copulation, betweene the brothers sonne and the sisters daughter, being both vnmarried persons. Which childe was borne at Colwall, in the country and diocesse of Hereford, vpon the sixt day of Ianuary last, being the feast of the Epiphany, commonly called Twelfth day. A notable and most terrible example against incest and whoredome.
Author: I. R., fl. 1600.
Publication info: Imprinted at London : [By E. Allde] for Richard Iones, 1600.
subjects: [Incest -- Religious aspects -- Early works to 1800] [Abnormalities, Human -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: The wonder of wonders, or, The strange birth in Hampshire being an exact, true and perfect relation of one A.B. living in a country parish neer the town of Rumsey in Hampshire, relating how the said person was strangely brought to bed the 18th of November last with a live toad, a terrible serpent, and a dead child having some part of its head and face and othe parts devoured by the serpent in the mothers womb ... tune of, My bleeding heart
Author: Lanfiere, Thomas.
Publication info: [London] : Printed for J. Hose and E. Oliver and are to be sold at their shops in Holbourn and on Snow-Hill, [1675?]
Title: A most certaine report of a monster borne at Oteringham in Holdernesse, the 9. of Aprill last past. 1595. Also of a most strange and huge fish, which was driuen on the sand at Outhorn in Holdernesse in February not passing two months before this monster was brought into the world, and within 4 miles distance. Both to be auerred by the credible testimonie of diuers gentlemen of worship, and others, now being within this citie..
Publication info: [London?] : Printed by P.S. and are to be sold by T. Millington., .
subjects: [Abnormalities, Human -- England -- Early works to 1800. ] [Signs and wonders -- England -- Early works to 1800. ]
Title: Natures wonder? Or, [An ac]count how the wife of one John Waterman an ostler ... was delivered of a strage monster upon the 26th of October 1664 ... It had two heads, foure armes, and two legs ... She had another child born before it ...which is yet living, and is a very comely child in all proportions. This is attested for truth, by several persons which were eye witnesses. The tune is, London prentice: Or, Jovial batchelor.
Publication info: [London]: Printed for E. Andrews at White-Lyon in Pye-corner., 
subjects: [Ballads, English -- 17th century] [Abnormalities, Human -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Conjoined twins -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Broadsides -- England -- 17th century]
Title: A true relation of a monstrons [sic] female-child, with two heads, four eyes, four ears, two noses, two mouths and four arms, four legs, and all things else proportionably, fixed to one body. Born about the 19th of May last, ar [sic] a village called Ill-Brewers near Taunton Dean in somerset=shire. Likewise a true and perfect account of its form so prodigiously strange, with several remarkable passages observed from it since its birth, so great and amazing, that the like has not been known in many ages: with many other circumstances. As it was faithfully communicated in a letter, by a person of worth, living in Tauntou-Dean [sic], to a gentleman here in London, and attested by many hundreds of no mean rank; and well koown [sic] to several gentlemen in and about London.
Publication info: London, : Printed by D. Mallet, [1685?]
subjects: [Abnormalities, Human -- England -- Early works to 1800] [Monsters -- England -- Early works to 1800]
Title: A True relation of the birth of a monster: born at Exeter, having two perfect heads, one head standing right as it should , the other being in the right shoulder, just as you see the figure here printed, a draught of it being sent up in a letter from a person of repute and integrity, who lived not far from the place where it was born, and was both an eye and an ear witness to the the truth of what he writ : it was born the 5th of this instant October, 1682, and lived not long, but was buried and taken up again the 10 instant, and many hundreds now resort to see it.
Publication info: London : Printed for W. Davis, 1682.
subject: [Abnormalities, Human -- England]