Rachel Dyer: A North American Story, Wydanie 1

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Shirley and Hyde, 1828 - 276
 

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Strona 263 - William and Mary, by the grace of God of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King and Queen, defenders of the faith...
Strona 257 - I requested that I might hold one of her hands, but it was denied me ; then she desired me to wipe the tears from her eyes, and the sweat from her face which I did ; then she desired she might lean herself on me, saying she should faint. Justice Hathorn replied she had strength enough to torment these persons, and she should have strength enough to stand.
Strona 260 - ... us to confess what we did confess. And indeed that confession, that it is said we made, was no other than what was suggested to us by some gentlemen^they telling us that we were witches, and they knew it, and we knew it, and they knew that we knew it, which made us think that it was so...
Strona 264 - ... whatever mistakes on either hand have been fallen into, either by the body of this people or any orders of men, referring to the late tragedy, raised among us by Satan and his instruments, through the awful judgment of God.
Strona 265 - ... whereby we fear we have been instrumental with others, though ignorantly and unwittingly, to bring upon ourselves and this people of the Lord the guilt of innocent blood; which sin the Lord saith, in scripture, he would not pardon, (2, Kings, xxiv.
Strona 262 - A famous divine recites this among the convictions of a witch; the testimony of the party bewitched, whether pining or dying; together with the joint oaths of sufficient persons that have seen certain prodigious pranks or feats wrought by the party accused.
Strona 263 - Mr. Burroughs was carried in a cart with the others, through the streets of Salem, to execution. When he was upou the ladder, he made a speech for the clearing of his innocency, with such solemn and serious expressions as were to the admiration of all present.
Strona 109 - That he bought a Sow of Edward Bishop, the Husband of the Prisoner ; and was to pay the Price agreed, unto another person. This Prisoner being angry that she was thus hindred from fingring the Mony, quarrell'd with Ely.
Strona 110 - He answered, No question but he will grind it for you. Being then gone about six Rods from her, with a small Load in his Cart, suddenly the Off-wheel stump'd, and sunk down into an hole, upon plain Ground; so that the Deponent was forced to get help...
Strona 257 - Having been there one night, next morning the jailer put irons on her legs (having received such a command ;) the weight of them was about eight pounds ; these irons and her other afflictions soon brought her into convulsion fits, so that I thought she would have died that night. I sent to entreat that the irons might be taken off; but all entreaties were in vain, if it would have saved her life, so that in this condition she must continue.

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