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" Sunday night, the 30th of March, I heard a rustling in the woods, which I supposed to be occasioned by swine, and presently there appeared a woman, whom I apprehended to be old Goodwife Walford. She asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her... "
Brackett Genealogy: Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth and ... - Page 53
by Herbert Ierson Brackett - 1907 - 608 pages
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Annals of Portsmouth: comprising a period of two hundred years from the ...

Nathaniel Adams - Portsmouth (N.H.) - 1825 - 400 pages
...person accused. Mrs. Trimmings testified, " As I was going home on Sunday night, the 30th of March, I heard a rustling in the woods, which I supposed...asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the house, and I would not spare any to my mother. She said I had better have...
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The history of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...person accused. Mrs. Trimmings testified, " As I wat going home on Sunday night, the 30th of March, I heard a rustling in the woods, which I supposed...asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the house, and I would not spare any to my mother. She said I had better have...
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The History of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap, John Farmer - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...person accused. Mrs. Trimmings testified, " As I was going home on Sunday night, the 30th of March, I heard a rustling in the woods, which I supposed...there appeared a woman, whom I apprehended to be old Otoodw,fe Walford. She uked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the...
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The Monthly Law Reporter, Volume 18

Stephen Henry Phillips - Law - 1856
...with witchcraft. Mrs. Trimmings testified : ' As I was going home on Sunday night, the 30th of March, I heard a rustling in the woods, which I supposed...asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the house ; and I would not spare any to my mother. She said 1 had better have...
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New Hampshire as it is ...

Edwin Azro Charlton - New Hampshire - 1857 - 592 pages
...Goodwife Walford " at Portsmouth in 1658. The complainant, Susannah Trimmings, testified as follows : * " As I was going home on Sunday night I heard a rustling...asked me to lend her a pound of cotton. I told her I had but two pounds in the house, and I would not spare any to my mother. She said I had better have...
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The Merrimack River: Its Source and Its Tributaries. Embracing a History of ...

J. W. Meader - Merrimack River Valley (N.H. and Mass.) - 1869 - 299 pages
...on the accusation of Susannah Trimmings, who was the first witness, and testified as follows : " As I was going home on Sunday night, I heard a rustling...'asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the house, and I would not spare any to my mother ; she said I had better have...
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ANNALS OF WITCHCRAFT IN NEW ENGLAND ANDS ELSEWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES ...

SAMUEL G.DRAKE - 1869
...March, I heard a ruftling in the Woods, which I fuppofed to be occafioned by Swine ; and prefently there appeared a Woman whom I apprehended to be old Goodwife Walford. She alked me where my Confort was. I anfwered I had none. She faid, thy Confort is at Home by this Time....
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Proceedings of the Grafton and Cos County Bar Association, New ..., Volume 3

Grafton and Cos Bar Association - Law - 1898
...with witchcraft. Mrs. Trimmings testified : ' As I was going home on Sunday night, the 30th of March, I heard a rustling in the woods, which I supposed...asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the house ; and I would not spare any to my mother. She said I had better have...
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THE MERRIMACK RIVER:

J.W. MEADER - 1869
...the accusation of Susannah Trimmings, .who was the first witness, and testified as follows : " As I was going home on Sunday night, I heard a rustling...asked me to lend her a pound of cotton ; I told her I had but two pounds in the house, and I would not spare any to my mother ; she said I had better have...
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