The History of That Holy Disciple Joseph of Arimathea
This pamphlet is a facsimile of a tract published and printed by Hewitts of Glastonbury, and given by one Mary Whitehead of Meare to her niece Sarah Ann Whitehead, in 1871
Wherein is contained, The true Account of his Birth, his Parents his Country, his Education,, his Piety; and how he begged of PONTIUS PILATE the Body of Our Blessed Saviour, after his Crucifixion, which he buried in a new Sepulchre of his own.
Also the Occasion of his Coming to ENGLAND, Where he first preached the Gospel at Glastonbury in Somersetshire; and where is still growing that noted White-Thorn, which buds and blossoms every Christmas on the Place where he pitched his staff in the ground.
With a full Relation of his Death and Burial