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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
58

Agnes Tompson confesses to keeping a toad and using its collected venom to make the King of Scotland ill and have great pain.(14)

Appears in:
Carmichael, James. News from Scotland, Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of Doctor Fian a Notable Sorcerer. London: 1592, 14

1591 Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
59

Agnes Tompson confesses to using a cat to cause a great tempest that disrupted King James I's voyage from Denmark.(15)

Appears in:
Carmichael, James. News from Scotland, Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of Doctor Fian a Notable Sorcerer. London: 1592, 15

1591 Edinburgh  Leith  Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
61

Doctor Fian is burned to death on Castle Hill of Edinburgh on January 22, 1591.(28)

Appears in:
Carmichael, James. News from Scotland, Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of Doctor Fian a Notable Sorcerer. London: 1592, 28

1591, January, 22 Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
1449

Agnes Sampson is executed as a witch by hanging and burning at Castle Hill, Edinburgh in January 1592. She was accused and found guilty of having a malefic compact with the devil, and for contributing to the storms that disrupted James Is 1590 sea voyage from Oslo to Scotland. James I himself examined Sampson after her arrest, with Sampson being tortured until she confessed to the crimes for which she was accused. (6-7)

Appears in:
Carmichael, James. News from Scotland, Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of Doctor Fian a Notable Sorcerer. London: 1592, 6-7

1592, January Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
1450

Agnes Tompson is executed as a witch by hanging and burning at Castle Hill, Edinburgh in January 1592. She was accused and found guilty of having a malefic compact with the devil, having sexual relations with the devil, keeping a cat familiar, and for contributing to the storms that disrupted James Is 1590 sea voyage from Oslo to Scotland. James I himself examined Tompson after her arrest.(6-11)

Appears in:
Carmichael, James. News from Scotland, Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of Doctor Fian a Notable Sorcerer. London: 1592, 6-11

1592, January Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
1507

George Sinclair, author of "Satans invisible world discovered, claims that witches often prescribe a charm namely to cut the Rouan-Tree between the two Beltan days. If any Man or Woman, Horse, or Cow shall have a piece thereof upon them, no Devils or Fairy shall have power, to medle with them.(126-127)

Appears in:
Sinclair, George. Satan's Invisible World Discovered. Edinburgh: 1685, 126-127

1685 Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
1515

George Sinclair, author of Satans invisible world discovered, claims that Charms and Spells have been first taught to men and Women in confederacy with the Devil, many of which are received by Tradition, and used by Witches. (216)

Appears in:
Sinclair, George. Satan's Invisible World Discovered. Edinburgh: 1685, 216

1685 Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
1516

George Sinclair, author of Satans invisible world discovered, claims that witches will sometimes utter this unintelligible charm learned from the devil in order to cure universal gout: Etter sheen etter sock, Et ta leur etta pachk Wipper si caan easemitter in shi, fo leish in shi corne, orn sheip twa till ane curht mach a mainshore.(216)

Appears in:
Sinclair, George. Satan's Invisible World Discovered. Edinburgh: 1685, 216

1685 Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland 
1517

George Sinclair, author of Satans invisible world discovered, claims that there is a Charm for curing a disease called the Ling, in these words, Cathari Duni Chini Brini.(216)

Appears in:
Sinclair, George. Satan's Invisible World Discovered. Edinburgh: 1685, 216

1685 Edinburgh    Midlothian  Edinburghshire  Scotland