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Author: Schlichtenberger, Eyriak.
Title: A prophecie vttered by the daughter of an honest countrey man, called Adam Krause. Who on the eighteene of Ianuary, betweene three and foure of the clock in the afternoone gaue vp the ghost, and beeing esteemed for dead, was laide out to be buryed. The next day betweene one and two of the clock, when men came to haue buryed her: she came againe to her selfe, and receiued bothe life and strengthe, as in former state before: hauing so lyen in the forme of a dead corps for the space of two and twenty howres: and being so come to her perfect speeche, shee prophesied of many plagues to ensue, with worthy admonitions that after happened according to her speeche. This happened at a towne called Rostorff a mile from Melwing: written for a worthy remembrance of Gods omnipotency, by the worshipfull, Maister Eyriak Schlictenberger, superintendent at Melwing. 1580.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A prophecie vttered by the daughter of an honest countrey man, called Adam Krause. Who on the eighteene of Ianuary, betweene three and foure of the clock in the afternoone gaue vp the ghost, and beeing esteemed for dead, was laide out to be buryed. The next day betweene one and two of the clock, when men came to haue buryed her: she came againe to her selfe, and receiued bothe life and strengthe, as in former state before: hauing so lyen in the forme of a dead corps for the space of two and twenty howres: and being so come to her perfect speeche, shee prophesied of many plagues to ensue, with worthy admonitions that after happened according to her speeche. This happened at a towne called Rostorff a mile from Melwing: written for a worthy remembrance of Gods omnipotency, by the worshipfull, Maister Eyriak Schlictenberger, superintendent at Melwing. 1580.
Schlichtenberger, Eyriak.

[First printed in Dansk, next at Lubick, then at Hambrough: and nowe at London: By Iohn Charlewood, for William Wright, 1580]
Alternate titles: Prophecey eines Bawren Tochter, welche den 18. Jenner. English Prophecey eines Bawren Tochter, welche den 18. Jenner. Prophecie uttered by the daughter of an honest countrey man, called Adam Krause. Prophesie of a poore countrey mans daughter.
Notes:
Anonymous. By Eyriak Schlichtenberger.
Imprint from colophon.
A translation from the German: Prophecey eines Bawren Tochter, welche den 18. Jenner.
Running title reads: The prophesie of a poore countrey mans daughter.
At end: "Translated according to the highe Dutch".
Signatures: A (-A8).
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Subject terms:
Prophecies -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A11574.0001.001

Contents
title page
❧The wonderfull worke of God, shewed by the Pro∣phesie of a poore Countrey mans Daughter, in Germany.
verification
The names of certaine men of good woorshippe and credite, that were then present.
colophon