A Dialogue Concerning Witches & Witchcrafts, Issues 1-2

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Percy society, 1842 - Witchcraft - 119 pages
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Page 99 - Churche of God committed unto thee: in the name of the father, the sonne, and the holy ghost.
Page 9 - They say there is scarce any towne or village in all this shire, but there is one or two witches at the least in it.
Page 130 - The Pleasant History of the Two Angry Women of Abington. With the humorous mirth of Dicke Coomes and Nicholas Proverbs, two Servingmen. As it was lately playde by the Lord High Admirall his servants.
Page 20 - With much ado at the last she confessed all, which was this in effect — that she had three spirits, one like a cat, which she called Lightfoot ; another like a toad, which she called Lunch ; the third like a weasel, which she called Makeshift.
Page 122 - Report be received and adopted, and the thanks of the Society be given to the Council for their services.
Page 129 - BALLADS of the utmost rarity, now first collected and edited by JP COLLIER...
Page 127 - April, 1842, and that we have examined the same, together with the vouchers relating thereto, and find the same to be correct and satisfactory. And we further report that the following is a correct Abstract of the Receipts and Expenditure of the Society during the period to which we have referred.
Page 132 - The Poems of John Audelay, A Specimen of the Shropshire Dialect in the Fifteenth Century.

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