Newes from the Dead
Newes from the Dead.
A TRUE AND EXACT
Narration of the miraculous
Who being Executed at Oxford
Decemb. 14. 1650. afterwards revived; and
by the care of certain hysitians there,
is now perfectly recovered.
Together with the manner of her Suffering, and the
particular meanes used for her Recovery.
Written by a Scholler in Oxford for the
Satisfaction of a friend, who desired to be
informed concerning the truth
of the businesse.
Whereunto are added certain Poems, casually
written upon that Subject.
The Second Impression with Additions.
Printed by LEONARD LICHFIELD, for
Tho. Robinson. D. 1651.
- Newes from the Dead
- On Shee which was hang'd and afterwards Recover'd
- In Puellam à Diutino Patibuli Cruciatu Redivivam
- On the Shee that was Hang'd, but not Executed
- On one dead by Law, but reviv'd by Physick
- In Fœminam post Patibuli cruciatus reviviscentem
- Ad Medicos, dissecandum corpus vitæ restituentes
- A ceux de la Messe
- The Womans Case put to the Lawyers
- Nondum cessàrunt Miracula
- Thou shalt not Swing againe
- To the Physitians
- Ad Puellam Redivivam
- In Puellam suspensam
- Admire not, 'tis no newes
- In puellam ὑϛερόποτμον à patibulo reviviscentem
- On the Death and Life of Anne Greene
- So sportive, Atropos?
- Proh Metamorphosis naturæ dissona!
- Hippolytus was dead
- That Life's a Vapour I'le no more complaine
- Ternas sicne Deas
- For certaine, she was dead!
- Are Fates growne kind?
- To the Hangman
- Eurydicen sileat jam fama à morte reductam
- Wonder of highest Art!
- Hang up the Gallow-Tree
- To the happy Instruments of the Executed Maids Recovery
- Thou Pill too strong for fate!
- The Maids Game
- Had I been tongue-ti'd
- Dum sacer Eurydicen
- Quam penè abstulerat
- Search for a pleasant now delight
- Here lies—'t must not be so
- Iugglers we have seene
- Thou Sophister of Fate
- What hath the Law its power lost
- Iustice would cut, but Fate unedg'd the knife
- She liv'd, and in the cord made Fate despair
- Death's Metamorphos'd
- I'le stretch my Muse
- On Anne Greene her execution
- Are fates dread engines
This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.