Wonderful Works of God. A Narrative of the Wonderful Facts in the Case of Ansel Bourne, of West Shelby, Orleans Co., N. Y., Who, in the Midst of Opposition to the Christian Religion, was Suddenly Struck Blind, Dumb and Deaf; and After Eighteen Days was Suddenly and Completely Restored, in the Presence of Hundreds of Persons, in the Christian Chapel, at Westerly, on the 15th of November, 1857. Written Under His Direction

Published by Wm. S. Robertson, Fall River, Mass., 1877
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Original printed wraps; 8vo; pp. 40. The whole a bit water-stained; some light wrinkling and chipping along the edges. Certainly not a pretty copy, but uncommon. A heathen atheist finds himself restored from amnesia, blindness, deafness, and converts to Christianity. A story of Salvation! Exclamation points!!!. Bookseller Inventory # JC14258

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Title: Wonderful Works of God. A Narrative of the ...

Publisher: Wm. S. Robertson, Fall River, Mass.

Publication Date: 1877

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Fair