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57; E. P(oeton), 'The winnowing of white witchcraft' (Sloane 1954), ff. 190-2; E. L.
Cutts, 'Curious extracts from a MS diary, of the time of James 11 and William and
Mary', Trans. Essex Archaeol. Soc, i (1858), p. 124. For another see W. H. ...
Archaeol. Soc, 1960), p. 51, and Yorks. Archaeol.Journ., xxxvi (1944-7), p. 121.
Other 17th-century clerical astrologers or active sympathisers included Robert
Burton (above, p. 291); William Oughtred (A Collection of Letters, ed. Halliwell, p.
Egyptian Archaeol., xii (1926). * Examples in Letters and Exercises of . . . John
Conybeare, ed. F. C. Conybeare (1905), p. 68; The Gentleman's Magazine
Library: Popular Superstitions, ed. G. L. Gomme (1884), p. 154. * Cited by Forster
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