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The trial before _^ named , called for November , 1804 , took p and lace after in December an imitation of that of year the . ' usual Mr . Po formalities rneroy was Joanna not present was ,
fi acquitted gure began by jud to vary ge and , while jury with to . the And that eye now of to faith the birth , and eye which , of in sense her should own her
forerun belief , she the was reign pregnant of Christ in glory great upon the earth . Medical men and nurses were called inand were puzzled by the case ;
on seemed she these had many to occasions experience apparent expressing si the gns fe of elings an , especiall approaching which y women a great confinem usual long en l ing y t , have and for
expected asparagus gwedenborg prince . was She one a was coifee , of at which -drinker all times was . reported Presen as great ts to poured be a a snuff silver in -taker for cradle the as
and others were , sumptuous articles of attire ; Joanna was herself , a famous needle-woman and worked patchwork bed-furniture All
the and presents window curtains she received to , in their picturesque she directed and donors to symbolic be reg in istered the patterns event that of . th the ey
mi non g - ht appearance be returned of the expected respective child , and this direction was conscientiouslcarried out after her decease . About this timea
y , married Townley ) daug happened hter of to be Mrs confined . Underwood and a report ( the was attendant spread that of Mrs the .
new-born infant would be conveyed , to Joanna's bed in a warming A few days previouslto the anticipated eventshe
was pan married . to a believer as the y adoptive father of the expected , child ; so that notwithstanding his mysterious generation who , he
had might been not be _^ ordered born out " to of holy to matrimony her for this . This purpose poor man and who
was The in time a deep for decline Joanna , died ' s supposed go almost immediatel delivery was y afterwards now come , . , and
besides attended women at her -friends bedside who Georg were e IV present who , five was medical then Kegent men
. ., , had believer for one and of with his whom pages a he Mr often . Troup good , who -humouredl was known y jested to be on a
When the matter is , Shiloh , saying to appear , u Well ? " , Troup This gentleman ! how go he the had prop joking hesies ly ? bornThe
mob directed expected had to collected time bring had the around been child advertized the to him house as soon in Besides the as newspapers it the was fcve medical , . and a
. men whose in testimony attendance obtained , Joanna ' from s executor a private , Mr " . and Ingal perfectl l , was y present reliable ,
had gource apparentl , we now g , ive . on The in different due course pains when attending as the crisis parturition should
y gone , working have come its , Joanna way thro suddenl ugh my y side exclaimed . " "D , " 01 it the ! " child exclaimed seems
one of the medical men , " the child is gone . " Those present I
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