Bragge, Francis: Practical Observations Upon The Miracles Of Our Blessed Saviour : [Vol. 1] / By Francis Bragge, B. D. Vicar of Hitchin in Hertfordshire. London. London : Smith and Walford, 1702
Bragge, Francis ; Smith, Samuel:
Practical Observations upon our Saviour´s Miracles. The First Miracle, Water turned into Wine.
The Second Miracle, St. Peter´s prodigious draught of Fifhes.
The Third Miracle, A Legion of Evil Spirits cast out of one possessed.
The Fourth Miracle, Jairus´s Daughter restored to Life, and a Woman Cured by the way as Jesus went to her, that had had an Issue of Blood twelve years.
The Fifth Miracle. A Cripple Cur´d at the Pool of Bethesda, who had been so Thirty Eight Years.
The Sixth Miracle. A Man Cured that was Bedrid with the Palsie, and at the Point of Death.
The Seventh Miracle. The Widow of Nain´s Son restored to Life.
The Eighth Miracle. Five Thousand fed with five Loaves and two Fishes.
The Ninth Miracle. Jesus walking upon the troubled Sea.
The Tenth Miracle. A dumb and deaf Spirit cast out, from one that had been Possess´d by him from his Childhood.
The Eleventh Miracle. Ten Lepers cleans´d.
The Twelfth Miracle. A Man made to see, that was born Blind.
The Thirteenth Miracle. Lazarus rais´d from Dead after four days Burial.