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172

Elizabeth Stile confesses to practicing witchcraft and "hainous, and vilanous practises," with Father Rosimond, his daughter, Mother Dutten, Mother Deuell, Mother Margaret, and Elizabeth Rockingham around the back of Master Dodges' house.(12)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, 12

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
176

Elizabeth Stile, in her confession, alleges to have given Saddock a clap on the shoulder as punishment for reneging on his promise to give her an old cloak. Saddock went home and died. (14)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, 14

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
177

Mother Dutton and Mother Devell, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, kill William Foster's cow by witchcraft.(15)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, 15

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
178

Elizabeth Stile, in her confession, claims to have a familiar named Phillip who appears in the form of a rat. Stile fed Phillip breadcrumbs, and blood from her right wrist. She alleges that Philip provided her with milk and cream when she was unable to get any through begging. (Image 6, 9)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 6, 9

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
322

Father Rosimond, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, has been known to transform into an ape or a horse; Stile claims that she has conversed with him at length while he is in the shape of an ape.(17)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, 17

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
323

Father Rosimond, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, can bewitch people, or cure people who have been bewitched.(17 )

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, 17

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
586

Elizabeth Stile, in her confession, alleges that the child of a man of Windsor threw a stone at home when sent to fetch water at a nearby well; his hand was rotated backwards on his wrist in punishment.(Image 9, 10)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 9, 10

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
877

Elizabeth Stile, in her confession, alleges that the father of the boy whose hand was turned around in punishment for throwing a stone at her house is unable to restore the boy's hand to its proper place; he goes to Mother Dutton, Mother Devell or Father Rosimond for help for his son, and the boy is cured.(Image 9, 10)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 9, 10

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2091

Mother Dutton, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, keeps a familiar in the shape of a toad named Mawde and fed on blood from Dutton's flank; with Mawde's assistance, Dutton can tell every man's errand on sight. Mawde lives in Dutton's garden, in a border of green herbs.(Image 5-6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 5-6

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2092

Mother Devell, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, keeps a familiar in the shape of a black cat named Gille who assists in her witchcraft and is fed on milk mingled with her own blood.(Image 6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 6

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2094

Mother Margaret, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, keeps a familiar in the shape of a kitten named Ginnie, which she feeds with breadcrumbs and her blood.(Image 6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 6

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2095

Elizabeth Stile alleges in her confession that she and her fellow witches have given their right sides to the Devil.(Image 6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 6

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2098

Elizabeth Stile alleges in her confession to have conspired with her fellow witches to kill former Mayor of Windsor Richard Galis, father of Richard and James Galis.(Image 7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 7

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2099

Elizabeth Stile alleges in her confession that she conspired with her fellow witches to kill a butcher names Switcher; Mother Dutton made an image of him in wax and stuck a hawthorn needle in it, then set the image in a hole in the chimney so that he would be consumed as the wax melted.(Image 7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 7

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2100

Elizabeth Stile, in her confession, alleges that she and her fellow witches forespoke numerous people, causing some to become ill and one, a butcher named Mastlyne, to die.(Image 7, 8)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 7, 8

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2101

Elizabeth Stile alleges in her confession that Mother Dutton and Mother Devell enticed her to witchcraft, and that under their guidance she became forsaken to God and gave herself to the Devil.(Image 9)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 9

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2102

Mistress Aubrey, as alleged by Elizabeth Stile in her confession, was the chief Mistress of them all until her death.(Image 9)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 9

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2103

Elizabeth Stile alleges in her confession that she came to the gaol of her own accord and that four or five of the ablest men in Windsor could not have brought her if she hadn't wanted to go; she says her familiar Bun came to her in the shape of a black cat on the way to the gaol, and that she had sent him away in the hope of gaining favor through her cooperation.(Image 9-10)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 9-10

1579, January Readyng    Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2110

Elizabeth Stile, in her confession, claims that Mother Margaret came to her after she was apprehended and gave her money, urging her to keep their secrets; Margaret threatens that Stile will suffer hard treatment if she makes a confession.(Image 7)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 7

1579, January Readyng    Berkshire  Berkshire  England 
2111

Elizabeth Stile alleges in her confession that she and her fellow witches would set their familiars on persons who angered them, causing that person to be plagued by some lamentable casualties. To do so, the witch would bid the familiar to "goe dooe them this mischief" and pay it with a drop of her own blood.(Image 8-9)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A Rehearsal both Strange and True. London: 1579, Image 8-9

1579, January London  Windsore  Berkshire  Berkshire  England