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For medieval teaching on the subject, G. G. Coulton, Infant Perdition in the Middle
Ages (Medieval Studies, 16, 1922) and G. W. Bromiley, Baptism and the Anglican
Reformers (1953), pp. 48-52. The meaning of the rites of passage is further ...
474-5. 2 See e.g., G. G. Coulton, The Plain Man's Religion in the Middle Ages (
Medieval Studies no. 13, 1916), pp. 6-8. * Thomson, Later Lollards, pp. 27, 36-7,
76, 80, 82, 160, 186, 2485 id., in Studies in Church History, ii, ed. Cuming, p. 255.
18; G. G. Coulton, Life in the Middle Ages, i (Cambridge, 1930), p. 34. Cases of
spinning prevented by witchcraft are in A. D. J. Macfarlane, Witchcraft
Prosecutions in Essex, 1560-1680 (Oxford, D.Phil, thesis, 1967), p. 201, and
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