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For other accusations against clergymen, Kittredge, Witchcraft, p. 88; Ewen, ii, p.
425. 2 Examples in County Folk-Lore, v, ed. Mrs Gutch & M. Peacock (1908), p.
76; J. E. Vaux, Church Folk Lore (2nd edn., 1902), p. 401; Folk-lore, lxv (1954),
For others see, e.g., Folk-Lore Journ., v (1887), p. 158; Shropshire Folk-Lore, ed.
C. S. Burne (1883-6), pp. 147, 151, 154; County Folk-Lore, i (Folk-Lore Soc, 1895
), ii, pp. 168-9; County Folk-Lore, v (Folk-Lore Soc, 1908), pp. 73, 78; E. J. Begg, ...
2; County Folk-Lore, v, pp. 97-8. 8 Brand, op. cit., iii, p. 14; Frazer, Aftermath (
1936), pp. 28-9; The Folk-Lore Journ., iii (1885), pp. 378-9; 'A description of
Cleveland', The Topographer and Genealogist, ii (1853), p. 414; County Folk-
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