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TWO FAMILIES EXPOSED TO THE
GREAT PLAGUE OF LONDON,
A. D. 1665;
RELIGIOUS PREPARATION FOR PESTILENCE.
REPUBLISHED, WITH NOTES AND OBSERVATIONS,
BY JOHN SCOTT, M. A.
VICAR OP NORTH FERRIBY, AND MINISTER OF 8. MARY'S, HULL,
MISCUIT UTILE DULCI.
PRINTED FOR R. B. SEELEY AND W. BURNSIDE :
BY THE EDITOR.
SOME four or five and thirty years ago my attention was attracted, at a bookstall in London, to a small duodecimo volume, neatly bound, and lettered on the back, PLAGUE
SOUL BODY.” The title page furnished the rectification of this grotesque labelling:
• Preparations for the Plague, (Preparations) as well for Soul as Body.” -The work is anonymous-printed at London “ for E. Matthews at the Bible, and J. Batley, at the Dove, in Paternoster Row,” in 1722. This was a time when the plague, which had com