London: printed for Richard Baldwin 1694, reprinted in the year 1787, and sold by Mills ... 1787. Second edn. 8vo, pp. 48. Bound in worn original cloth. The following affidavits and certificates are bound at the end: those of the mother and father, the girl herself, Mrs. Laulan, the mistress of the girl, her surgeon, and a number of others. For the original, see Wing T3073; Krivatsy 11979; Wellcome IV, 30. Item #43779
An account of the supposedly miraculous cure of Marie Maillard (1680-1731), a French Huguenot refugee in London. Her instantaneous recovery from a lifelong debilitating illness was said to take place as she was reading the Bible on Sunday, 26th November, 1693. The event precipitated a popular debate on the nature of miracles. Maillard was so famous that she was summoned to the lord Mayor of London and various Bishops and Queen Mary sent four doctors to investigate. A discourse on miracles by Dr. James Welwood is appended.