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124; K. Major, 'The Lincoln diocesan records', T.R.H.S., 4th ser., xxii (1940), p. 59;
Peterborough D.R., Correction Book 36, ff. 78, 101 ; 41, p. 475 ; 43, f. 214"; 47, ff.
1 1 », 63 ; A. D. J. Macfarlane, Witchcraft Prosecutions in Essex, 1560-16X0 ...
Forman was asked about such matters as the 1597 session of Parliament, the
siege of Ostend, the Irish adventures of the Earl of Essex, and the search for
Thomas Percy, one of the Gunpowder Plotters.6 Ashmole was plied by Sir Robert
The same impression is yielded by the overwhelming majority of the formal trials
on the assize circuits. Of the more than two hundred persons who are known to
have been convicted under the witchcraft statutes on the Home Circuit (Essex, ...
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