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" ... so far forth, that common artificers, as smiths, and weavers, and women, boldly and accustomably, take upon them great cures, in which they partly use sorcery and witchcraft... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 388
1799
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Sketches of the History of Man, Volume 3

Lord Henry Home Kames - Civilization - 1813
...to a statute of Henry VIII. ann. 1511, it is set forth, " That smiths^ weavers, " and women, boldly take upon them great cures, " in which they partly use sorcery and witch* " craft." The first printers, who were Germans, having carried their books to Paris for sale,...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 16

Medicine - 1820
...upon them great cures and things of great difficulty, in 1820. Profession of Physic in England. 499 which they partly use sorcery and witchcraft, partly apply such medicines to the disease as be noious and nothing meet, therefore, to the high displeasure of God, great infamy to the faculty, and...
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The rights of industry, by the author of 'The result of machinery', i ...

Charles Knight - 1831
...letters on the book, so far forth, that common artificers, as smiths, and weavers, and women, boldly and accustomably, take upon them great cures, in which...meet, to the high displeasure of God, great infamy to the faculty, and the grievous damage and destruction of diverse of the king's people," When such...
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Charleston Medical Journal and Review, Volume 3

Medicine - 1848
...letters on the book ; so far forth that common artificers, as smiths and weavers, and women boldly and accustomably take upon them great cures, in which...meet, to the high displeasure of God, great infamy to the faculty, and the grievous damage and distruction of diverse of the King's people.'1 " (Tempora...
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Knowledge is power: a view of the productive forces of modern society, and ...

Charles Knight - Biography & Autobiography - 1856 - 503 pages
...letters on the book, so iar forth, that common artificers, as smiths, and weavers, and women, boldly and accustomably, take upon them great cures, in which...meet, to the high displeasure of God, great infamy to the faculty, and the grievous damage and destruction of diverse of the king's people." When such...
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Knowledge is Power: A View of the Productive Forces of Modern Society, and ...

Charles Knight - Industrial arts - 1856 - 503 pages
...letters on the book, so far forth, that common artificers, as smiths, and weavers, and women, boldly and accustomably, take upon them great cures, in which...disease as be very noxious, and nothing meet, to the hiirh displeasure of God, great infamy to the faculty, and the grievous damage and destruction of diverse...
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The Englishwoman's domestic magazine. [Imperf. With] Supplemental fashions ...

...weavers, and women, boldly and accustomably take upon them great cures, and things of great difficulty, in which they partly use sorcery and witchcraft, partly apply such medicines unto the disease as be very noious, and nothing meet therefor, to the high displeasure of God, great...
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Knowledge is power, a view of the productive forces of modern society

Charles Knight - 1859
...letters on the book, so far forth, that common artificers, as smiths, and weavers, and women, boldly and accustomably, take upon them great cures, in which...meet, to the high' displeasure of God, great, infamy to the faculty, and the grievous damage and destruction of diverse of the king's people." When such...
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British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review: Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 31

Medicine - 1863
...experience," having been exercised by " ignorant persons," so far forth that " smiths, weavers, and women" take upon them great cures, in which they partly use " sorcery and witchcraft," &c.(^ko the '• high displeasure of God," and " great infamy to the facultie, to the hurt of the king's...
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The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly ..., Volume 31

Medicine - 1863
...experience," having been exercised by "ignorant persons," so far forth that " smiths, weavers, and women" Uke upon them great cures, in which they partly use "sorcery and witchcraft," (fee., to the " high displeasure of God," and " great infamy to the facultio, to the hurt of the king's...
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