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" She pressed her hand upon the mouth and nose of the first, so tight that it would not breathe, and in a few minutes, when the hand was removed, it was dead. She then took the other and treated it in the same way. No sound was heard, and both the children... "
Awful disclosures - Page 156
by Maria Monk, Cairns Collection of American Women Writers - 1851 - 384 pages
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The Bristol Protestant

Protestantism - 1848
...present while the ceremony was performed. * * * When he had baptised the children, they were taken, one after another, by one of the old NUNS in the presence of us all. She pressed her hands upon the mouth and nose of the first so tight that it could not breathe ; and in a few minutes,...
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Why Priests Should Wed

Justin Dewey Fulton - Celibacy - 1888 - 339 pages
...the infants, as is the custom before baptism. When he had baptized the children, they were taken one after another, by one of the old nuns, in the presence of all ; she pressed her hand upon the mouth and nose of the first so tight that it could not breathe,...
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America or Rome, Christ or the pope

John Lincoln Brandt - 1895 - 526 pages
...the infants as is the custom before baptism. When he had baptized the children they were taken, one after another, by one of the old nuns in the presence of all ; she then pressed her hand upon the mouth and nose so tight that it could not breathe and in a...
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The Black Convent Slave: The Climax of Nunnery Exposures : Awful Disclosures

Ford Hendrickson - Anti-Catholicism - 1914 - 131 pages
...the infants, as is the custom before baptism. When he had baptized the children, they were taken one after another, by one of the old nuns, in the presence of all; she pressed her hand upon the mouth and nose of the first so tight that it could not breathe,...
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Legitimating New Religions

James R. Lewis - Religion - 2003 - 272 pages
...were murdered. Monk recounted observing two infants who, after being baptized, "were then taken, one after another, by one of the old nuns, in the presence...treated it in the same way. No sound was heard, and both children were corpses. The greatest indifference was shown by all present during this operation; for...
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Bibliography of Forbidden Books -, Volume 2

Henry Spencer Ashbee - Reference - 2007 - 660 pages
...the infants, as is the custom before baptism. When he had baptized the children, they were taken, one after another, by one of the old nuns in the presence of us all. She pressed her hands upon the mouth and nose of the first so tight that it could not breathe, and in a few minutes,...
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