The dumb philosopher [electronic resource] : or Great-Britain's wonder, containing I. A faithful and very surprizing account how Dickory Cronke, a tinner's son in the county of Cornwal, was born dumb, and continued so for 58 years; and how some days before he died, he came to his speech: With Memoirs of his Life, and the Manner of his Death. II. A Declaration of his Faith and Principles in Religion: With a Collection of Select Meditations, Composed in his Retirement. III. His Prophetical Observations upon the Affairs of Europe, more particularly of Great-Britain, from 1720, to 1729. The whole extracted from his Original Papers, and confirmed by unquestionable Authority. To which is annexed. His Elegy, written by a young Cornish Gentleman, of Exeter Coll. in Oxford; with an Epitaph by another Hand.
Dublin : printed and sold by Tho. Hume, next Door to the Walsh's-Head in Smock Alley, 1720.
52p. ; 8⁰.

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