Witchcraft in Kenmore, 1730-57: Extracts from the Kirk Session Records of the Parish

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Duncan Cameron, 1893 - Witchcraft - 19 pages
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Page 18 - Causa tcimtice patet. And this is truth, as he shall answer to God, and depones he cannot write.
Page 8 - ... cattle, My darling plant is now plucked. The Kirk-Session of Kenmore, in Perthshire, had several cases of alleged witchcraft in last century. From the Kirk-Session records it appears that Janet Macintaggart was charged, on 19th July, 1747, with "Charms and Inchantments," by milking three drops from her neighbour's sheep as a charm to recover the substance of the milk. Her sister Margaret was charged with going into every house in the township with an egg shell having a little milk in it concealed...
Page 4 - Rumuckie, did charge her with these diabolical arts, and therefore craved that the Session should enquire into this scandal by which her charac!er suffers so much in the eyes of her neighbours.

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