Highways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall: By Arthur H. Norway; with Illustrations by Joseph Pennell and Hugh Thomson

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Macmillan and Company, 1904 - Cornwall (England : County) - 391 pages
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Page 372 - I have ever believed, and do now know, that there are witches. They that doubt of these do not only deny them, but spirits : and are obliquely, and upon consequence, a sort, not of infidels, but atheists.
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