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9-13; Sloane 1926, f. 7v, and 1954, ff. 179-82v, Bodl., Rawlinson MS D253, pp.
50, 63-4; Heywood, Diaries, i, p. 340; The Diary of Abraham de la Pryme, ed. C.
Jackson (Surtees Soc., 1870), pp. xviii, 22, 26, 27; The Cheats of London
For other magical books and experiments see K. M. Briggs, 'Some seventeenth-
century books of magic', Folk-Lore, lxiv (1953), and Pale Hecate's Team, appx. iv;
Bodl., Ballard MS 66; Bodl., MSS e Mus. 238, 243 & 245; Bodl., MS Add. B.1; ...
Avij; The Autobiography and Personal Diary of Dr Simon Forman, ed. J. O.
Halliwell (1849), p. 19; below, p. 236. 'Kittredge, Witchcraft, p. 229; Sloane 3846, f
. 33v; 3851, ff. 144T-145; Bodl. MS e Mus 243, ff. 15v-16v. * Kittredge, Witchcraft,
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