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1Title:  Remarkable account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas: daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham (Conn.)   
 Creator:  Lucas, Rachel, 1774-1846 
 Publication:  Samuel Avery, Boston, 1811. 
 Notes:  An account of the author's illness and supposed miraculous healing. Dated 1806 and signed by the author. List of physicians who prescribed for Mrs. Lucas, with their places of abode: p. 9-10. 
 Extent:  12 p. ; 18 cm. 
 Subjects:  Lucas, Rachel, -- 1774-1846 | Christian biography -- Connecticut | Spiritual healing

Collection:  Yale University 
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2Title:  Remarkable account of Mrs. Rachel Lucas, daughter of Mr. James Hinman, of Durham, in Connecticut   
 Creator:  Lucas, Rachel, 1774-1846 | Washburn, Ebenezer. 
 Publication:  Printed by W. and J. Gilman, sold at their book-store and printing-office, Middle-Street, Newburyport [Mass.], 1809. 
 Notes:  "I was quite lifeless for the space of ten minutes .... I suddenly revived from this apparently death-like state, and arose in the presence of many witnesses ... and praised God ...."--P. 10. Rev. Ebenezer Washburn's testimony concerning Mrs. Lucas."--P. 13-15. "W. & J. Gilman, printers, booksellers, and stationers, have for sale ... "--P. [16]. Cf. Davis & Joyce. Personal writings by women, 2955. 
 Extent:  15, [1] p. ; 15 cm 
 Subjects:  Lucas, Rachel, -- 1774-1846 | Near-death experiences | Miracles | Spiritual healing | Publishers' advertisements Massachusetts Newburyport 1809 | Women writers | Women

Collection:  Library Company 
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