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Chapter II WITCHCRAFT AND RELIGION
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accused afterwards Agnes Sampson Agnes Waterhouse Alice ancient animal Anne appeared arrested Assizes astrologer believed bewitched Bishop blood Catharists cause century charge charm Chattox child Christian Church confessed conjurer consulted coven crimes cult cure dances Darrell death declared demons denied destroy Devil Devil's mark died district doubt Duchess of Bedford Edward Elisabeth England evidence evil fairy faith familiar spirit Folklore girl guilty innocence Isobel Gowdie Jane Wenham John judge kill King knew knowledge known Lancashire later laws lived Lord magic magician magistrates malicious Margaret Matthew Hopkins mother murder named neighbours Nicholas Remy night offence once pagan Pendle Pendle Forest Pendle witches person pins practised prisoners probably punishment Queen refused reputation rites Sabbat says secret seems sometimes sorcery spell story suffered supposed suspected Thomas told trial victim white witch wife wiseman wisewoman witch-finders witchcraft woman women worship