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" Kirke to a number of notorious Witches. With the true examinations of the said Doctor and witches, as they uttered them in the presence of the Scottish king. Discovering how they pretended to bewitch and drowne his... "
Ancient Criminal Trials in Scotland: Comp. from the Original Records and Mss ... - Page 214
by Robert Pitcairn - 1833
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The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare: With the Corrections ..., Volume 11

William Shakespeare - 1821
...pretended to bewitch and drowne his Majestie in the Sea comming from Denmarke, with other such wonderful Matters as the like hath not bin heard at anie Time....according to the Scottish Copie. Printed for William Wright: "—and that all they together went to sea, each one in a riddle or cive, and went in the same...
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Criminal Trials and Other Proceedings Before the High Court of ..., Volume 3

Robert Pitcairn - 1831
...Examinations of the faid Doctor and Witches, as they uttered them in the prefence of the Scottifli King : Difcouering how they pretended to bewitch and...manifold untruths which are fpred abroad, concerning the deteilable actions and appreheniion of thofe Witches, whereof this hiftorie following truely entreateth,...
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Publications, Issue 3; Issue 42

1833
...Examinations of the faid Doctor and Witches, as they uttered them in the prefence of the Scottifli King : Difcouering how they pretended to bewitch and...hiftorie following truely entreateth, hath caufed me to pnblifh the fame in print ; and the rather, for that fundrie written coppies are lately difperfed therof,...
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Die christliche mystik: bd. 1. abt. Die besessenheit. 2. abt. Das hexen- und ...

Joseph von G÷rres - 1842
...pretended to bewitch and drowne his Majestie in the sea coming from Denmarke, wilh such other wonderful Matters, as the like hath not bin heard at anie time....according to the Scottish Copie. Printed for William Wright. Sin 2(ив}из aut ben ´´cten te* <$rOiefieÚ im 9Ranufcript in Fountainhall's Abstract...
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Popular Tales from the Norse

Peter Christen Asbj°rnsen - 1859 - 507 pages
...how they pretended to bewitch and drovvne his Majestic in the sea, comming from Den, marke, with such other wonderfull matters as the like, hath not bin...according to the Scottish copie. Printed for William Wright." It was reprinted in 181G for the Roxbnrghe Club by Mr. H. Freeling, and is very scarce even...
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Popular Tales from the Norse

Peter Christen Asbj°rnsen, J°rgen Engebretsen Moe, Sir George Webbe Dasent - 1859 - 507 pages
...pretended to bewitch and drowne his Majestic in the sea, comming from Denmarke, with such other wonderful! matters as the like, hath not bin heard at anie time....according to the Scottish copie. Printed for William Wright." It was reprinted in 1816 for the Roxburghe Club by Mr. H. Freeling, and is very scarce even...
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Elizabethan Demonology: An Essay in Illustration of the Belief in the ...

Thomas Alfred Spalding - 1880 - 151 pages
...how they pretended to bewitch and drowne his Majestie in the sea, comming from Denmarke, with such other wonderfull matters, as the like hath not bin...according to the Scottish copie. " Printed for William Wright." 1 These events are referred to in an existing letter by the notorious Thos. Phelippes to Thos....
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A Historical Account of the Belief in Witchcraft in Scotland

Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe - 1884 - 280 pages
...pretended to Bewitch and Drowne his Majestie in the sea coming from Denmarke, with such other wonderful Matters as the like hath not bin heard at anie time....according to the Scottish Copie. Printed for William Wright." After an address to the reader, in which the pamphleteer observes, that he was principally...
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The Devil in Britain and America

John Ashton - 1896 - 404 pages
...Discouering how they pretended to bewitch and drowne his Maiestie in the sea comming from Denmarke, with such other wonderfull matters as the like hath not bin...according to the Scottish copie. Printed for William Wright. [This is a reprint of a rare tract by H. Freeling, for the members of the Roxburghe Club, 1816.]...
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The New Shakspere Society's Transactions

New Shakspere Society (Great Britain) - 1878
...years," it is just possible from Denmarke, with such other wonderfull matters, as the like hath not I tin heard at anie time. Published according to the Scottish copie. Printed for William Wright. that he might not look with favour upon any attempt to bring before •the public the remembrance...
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