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" Hypolite was the most diabolical. She engaged in the horrid task with all alacrity, and assumed from choice the most revolting parts to be performed. She seized a gag, forced it into the mouth of the poor nun, and when it was fixed between her extended... "
Awful Disclosures - Page 102
by Maria Monk, Theodore Dwight, John Jay Slocum, William K. Hoyte - 1836 - 376 pages
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The Dublin Review, Volume 1

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1836
...compel her to the commission of crimes which she detested. She added, that she would rather die tffito cause the murder of harmless babes. " ' That is enough,...at each end of the stick, crossed them behind the head of the helpless victim, and drew them tight through the loop prepared as a fastening. The bed,...
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Awful disclosures of Maria Monk, a narrative of her sufferings in the Hotel ...

Maria Monk - 1837
...submission of a lamb. Some of those who took part in this transaction, I believe, were as unwilling us myself; but of others I can safely say, that I believe...remained there ; though the screen, which had usually beo.n placed before it, and was made of thick muslin, with only a crevice through which a person behind...
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Pearls from the golden streams, ed. by W. Hawkins

William Hawkins
...most revolting parts. She seized a gag, forced it into the mouth of the poor nun, named St. Frances, and when it was fixed between her extended jaws, so as to keep them open at the greatest possible distance, took hold of the straps and savagely drew them as tightly as she could...
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The Booze Route; a Reform Book on Some of the Up-to-date Evils of the Age

John E. Main - 1907 - 201 pages
...spirit. But above all others present, and above all human fiends I ever saw, I think St. Hippolyte was the most diabolical. She engaged in the horrid...room, still remained there, though the screen which was usually placed before it, and was made of thick muslin, with only a crevice through which a person...
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The Black Convent Slave: The Climax of Nunnery Exposures : Awful Disclosures

Ford Hendrickson - Anti-Catholicism - 1914 - 131 pages
...believe they delighted in it. Their conduct certainly exhibited a most bloodthirsty spirit, but above all alacrity, and assumed from choice the most revolting...them tight through the loop prepared as a fastening. I "The bed which had always stood in one part of the room still remained there, though the screen which...
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