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3 Scot, Discoverie: A Discourse of Divels and Spirits, chap, xxiv; The Whole
Works of . . . Jeremy Taylor, ed. R. Heber & revd. by C. P. Eden (1847-54), vi, p.
257; Miracles lately wrought by the Intercession of the glorious Virgin Marie, trans
In the Elizabethan period evidence of ownership becomes more common. 1 (H.
Holland), A Treatise against Witchcraft (Cambridge, 1590); (James v1), Daemon-
ologie (Edinburgh, 1597); Perkins, Discourse; Cooper, Mystery; Bernard, Guide.
R.H. (1572); S. Michaelis, A Discourse of Spirits, attached to his The Admirable
Historie of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman, trans. W.B. (
1613). 3 A True Discourse declaring the Damnable Life and Death of one Stubbe
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The Magic of the Medieval Church
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