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" ... there are Devils, Spirits, Witches and Apparitions, from authentic Records, Attestations of Witnesses, and undoubted Verity. To which is added that marvellous History of Major Weir and his Sister, the Witches of Bargarran, Pittenweem, and Calder,... "
Satans Invisible World Discovered - Page lvii
by George Sinclair - 1871 - 264 pages
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The North American Review, Volume 106

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1868
...Witches of Balgarran, Pittenweem and Calder, £c. By GEORGE SINCLAIR, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. No man should be vain that he can injure...Book ; for the meanest rogue may burn a City or kill a Hero ; whereas he could never build the one, or equal the other. Sir George M'Kenzie. Edinburgh :...
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JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL. A.M. - 1870
...Witches of Balgarran, Pittemveem and Calder, &c. By GEORGE SINCLAIR, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. No man should be vain that he can injure...Book ; for the meanest rogue may burn a City or kill a Hero ; whereas he could never build the one, or equal the other. — Sir George M'Kenzie. Edinburgh:...
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JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL - 1898
...Witches of Balgarran, Pittenweem and Calder, &c. By GEORGE SINCLAIR, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. No man should be vain that he can injure...Book; for the meanest rogue may burn a City or kill a Hero; whereas he could never build the one, or equal the other. Sir George M'Kenzie, Edinburgh: Sold...
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James Russell Lowell - New England - 1874 - 380 pages
...Witches of Balgarran, Pittenweem and Calder, &c. By GEORGE SINCLAIR, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. No man should be vain that he can injure the merit of a Book; for the meanest rogue imay burn n City or kill a Hero; whereas he could never build the one, •or equal the other. Sir George...
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James Russell Lowell - 1881 - 380 pages
...Witches of Balgarran, Pittenweem and Calder, &c. By GEOKGE SINCLAIR, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. No man should be vain that he can injure the merit of u Book; for the meanest rogue may burn a City or kill a Hero; whereas he could never build the one,...
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Collections and Notes, 1867-1876: Second Series OfBibliographical ...

William Carew Hazlitt, George John Gray - English literature - 1882 - 717 pages
...Devils, Spirits, ... To all which is added that Marvellous History of Major Weir, and his Sister, . . . ts. With woodcuts. Grenv. Coll. AJ, The Good Womans Champion : Or, . . . Edinburgh, Printed by John Reid. 1 685. 8°. Title and dedication, 7 leaves : A — О in eights...
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Glasgow Medical Journal

Medical - 1885
...witches, and apparitions from authentic records, attestations of famous witnesses, and undoubted verity. By Mr. George Sinclar, late Professor of Philosophy in the Colledge of Glasgow. Edinburgh, 1685." {Reprinted in a handsome edition, with prefatory notice and supplement, by Thomas...
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The Bookmart, Volume 5

Richard Halkett - Bibliography - 1888
...Devils, Spirits, Witches, and Apparitions. To all which is added that marvellous History of Major Weir and his sister, with two Relations of Apparitions at Edinburgh. By Mr. George Sinclair, late Professor of Philosophy at the University of Glasgow.' The terrible story of Major Weir,...
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The Writings of James Russell Lowell: Literary essays

James Russell Lowell - 1890
...Witches of Bargarran, Pittenweem, and Calder, &c. By George Sinclair, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. — No man should be vain that he can injure...Book; for the meanest rogue may burn a City, or kill a Hero; whereas he could never build the one, or equal the other. Sir George M'Kenzie. — Edinburgh:...
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The Writings of James Russell Lowell ...: Literary essays

James Russell Lowell - 1890
...Witches of Bargarran, Pittenweem, and Calder, Ac. By George Sinclair, late Professor of Philosophy in Glasgow. — No man should be vain that he can injure the merit of a Book ; for the meanest rogue may bum a City, or kill a Hero; whereat he could never build the one, or equal the other. Sir George M'Kenzie....
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