Satans Invisible World Discovered

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T.G. Stevenson, 1871 - 264 pagina's
 

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Pagina 20 - And accordingly, said the apparition, I was one night late sent away with one Mark Sharp, who, upon a moor, naming a place that the miller knew, slew me with a pick, such as men dig coals withal, and gave me these five wounds, and after threw my body into a coalpit hard by, and hid the pick under a bank ; and his shoes and...
Pagina 138 - ... a mile. When he had delivered his message, that which spake within him to denounce wrath against them, and declare that fire and brimstone would fall upon them, as it did upon Sodom and Gomorrah, if they did not obey ; and so he returned to his own house, where upon the floor of a low room he stood about three or four hours. All that while he was acted in a very unusual manner ; sometimes the spirit within forced him to sing, sometimes to bark like a dog. When his brother and sister, who followed...
Pagina iv - He was a tall, black man, and ordinarily looked down to the ground; a grim countenance, and a big nose. His garb was still a cloak, and somewhat dark, and he never went without his staff.
Pagina xv - Law, Robert. Memorialls; or, The memorable things that fell out within this island of Brittain from 1638 to 1684.
Pagina 176 - Children, insomuch that they had no peace or quiet for him ; and whereas formerly one Journey a Week would serve their turn from their own town to the place aforesaid, now they were forced to run to other Towns and Places for Children, and that they brought with them some fifteen, some sixteen Children every night.
Pagina 54 - I take it wholly upon myself — my blood be upon my own head ; and as I must make answer to the God of heaven presently, I declare I am as free of witchcraft as any child ; but being delated by a malicious woman, and put in prison under the name of a witch, disowned by my husband and friends, and seeing no ground of hope of my coming out of prison, or ever coming in credit again, through the...
Pagina 40 - Expedition, and to proceed no further in your intended journey : for if you do ye shall not prosper in your Enterprise, nor any of your followers. I am further charged to warn you, if ye be so refractory as to go forward, not to use the acquaintance, company, or counsel of Women, as ye tender your honour, life, and estate.
Pagina 34 - October 21, the keeper of their ordinary and his bitch, lay in one of the rooms with them, which night they were not disturbed at all ; but October 22, though the bitch kennelled there again (to whom they ascribed their former night's rest) both they and the bitch were in a pitiful taking ; the bitch opening but once, and that with a fearful whining yelp.
Pagina 54 - Now all you that see me this day, know, that I am now to die a witch by my own confession, and I free all men, especially the ministers and magistrates, of the guilt of my blood. I take it wholly upon myself, my blood be upon my own head. And as I must make answer to the God of heaven presently, I declare I am as free of witchcraft as any child : but being delated...

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