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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monumentes of the churche

    that do practise or exercise any artes of Magike, or Necromancye, or do vse or practise any Incantations, sorceries or witchcraft, or be vehemētly suspected therofItem, whether anye bee maryed in the degrees of affinity or consanguinitye, prohibited by the

    K. Edward. 3. A Sermon of N. Orem before the Pope.

    the fornication of the fayre and beautifull harlotte, which is a maister of witchcraft, yea and selleth the people through her whoredom, and the nations through her witchcraft. And followeth vpon the same: Behold I will vpon thee, sayth þe

    K. Edward 3. A Sermon of Nich. Orem before the Pope.

    the fornication of the fayre and beautifull harlotte, which is a maister of witchcraft, yea and selleth the people through her whoredome, and the nations through her witchcraft. And followeth vpon the same: Behold I will vpon thee sayth the

    K. Hen. 8. Persecutiō against the Valley of Angrongne, Luserne, S. Martin, & Perouse.

    among them, as vnlawfull swearyng, periurie, blasphemie, cursing, sclaunderyng, dissension, deceit, wrong dealyng, vsury, gluttony, drunkennes, whoredome, theft, murther, sorcery, witchcraft, or such lyke: but wholy endeuoured them selues to lyue in the feare of God, and accordyng to his

    Quene Mary. Visitation. Persecution in Kent. X. Martyrs.

    that do practise or exercise any artes of Magike, or Necromancy, or do vse or practise any Incantations, sorceryes, or witchcraft, or be vehemently suspected thereof.14.Item, whether any be maryed in the degrees of affinitie, or consanguinitie, prohibited by the

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.3335

    GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Defamation (witchcraft) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 30/5/1678 - 30/5/1678 People & Places Participant: Dorothy Cook [Cooke] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of George Cook Participant: Katherine Greatham [Greetham] Role: defendant Details:

    CP.H.3601

    GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Defamation (witchcraft) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 3/10/1684 - 3/10/1684 People & Places Participant: Office Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: Elizabeth Marshall [Marshall] Role: promoting parties Details: female; wife of Robert Marshall

    CP.H.3610

    193 Court:Consistory Case:Defamation (sexual slander / witchcraft) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 22/8/1684 - 22/8/1684 People & Places Participant: Thomas Jean [Genne; Genn] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Kirkburton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Holmfirth (Holmfirth) : chapelry

    CP.H.841

    GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Defamation (witchcraft) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 21/1/1614 - 21/1/1614 People & Places Participant: Jane Spark [Sparke] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of Matthew Spark Location: Settrington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Settrington (Setterington) :

    CP.G.2647

    GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Defamation (witchcraft) Details:3 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; Has sentence Outcome:defendant won Date: 15/7/1592 - 2/11/1592 People & Places Participant: Janet Walker [Walker; Walkar] Role: plaintiff Details: female; wife of Robert Walker Location: Huddersfield, St Peter (YorkshireWestRiding)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    d'Orleans assrlssinated for speafring- ill of hin and his aniours. Ile suffered Gilles de lIatz, Marechlal of France, accused cf witchcraft, arid a great number of his domestics, to be burnt alive. NT r. ,C ojeride Nwishes to revive a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t l~im after her communication of Mrs. 1Ford's assignatiou. with him; that he has "charms," meaning that, has recourse to witchcraft, Mr. COOxrE takes the word in its present acceptation, and bows and has. to. thecos- plilneut and this notwiths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on a poor wuo ias, about 60 years of age, by an ignorant and brutal :a7h, *who accused her of witchcraft. Last week, at Whitby, an infant, not a year old, deid in its mother's arms, in a paroxysun of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Cintra Conivention', p. 685. Whip tClhb, p. s79, 796.' Walsh and Neshitt,' remarks on their conduct, p. 634- Witchcraft and Murder, a singular instance of, p. 6O. Wolf in sheep's cloathbing, p. 752. . - 0 f ,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    taste of so foiul a stream. mtout previousiy have s-t his senses. The filth and the abomi- naiionis of demoniacaitl witchcraft are embhlematical aofsuch de- Insions ; not the golden goblet and betwitching allurementssef Circe and Armida. The patient and Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Physicians.

    and accustomably took upon them great Cures, and Things of great Difficulty, in the which they partly used Sorceries and Witchcraft, and partly applyed such Medicines unto the Diseased, as were very noyous, and nothing meet therefore; to the hi

 

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