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The Project Gutenberg eBook, Dickory Cronke, by Daniel Defoe
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Title: Dickory Cronke
The Dumb Philosopher, or, Great Britain's Wonder
Author: Daniel Defoe
Release Date: April 20, 2005 [eBook #2051]
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***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK DICKORY CRONKE***
Transcribed form the 1889 George Bell and Sons edition by David Price,
GREAT BRITAIN'S WONDER;
I. A faithful and very surprising Account how Dickory Cronke, a Tinner's
son, in the County of Cornwall, was born Dumb, and continued so for Fifty-
eight 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 COLLEGE IN OXFORD.
AN EPITAPH BY ANOTHER HAND.
"Non quis, sed quid."
Printed for and Sold by THOMAS BICKERTON, at
the Crown, in Paternoster Row. 1719.