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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
PriscillA familiar spirit from Catworth in the County of Huntingdon, which appears in the form of a black puppy, and known to belong to Elizabeth Weed. Priscill's function is to cause harm to cattle whenever Weed desires it; in this capacity Priscill killed two horses belonging to Edward Musgrave, one horse belonging to John Musgrave, one cow belonging to William Musgraves, and one cow belonging to Thomas Thorpe.She saith, that about one and twenty yeares since the being saying her Prayers in the evening about bedtime, there did appeare unto her three Spirits, one in the likeness of a young man or boy, and the other two of two Puppies, the one white and the other black[.]

Appears in:
Davenport, John. The Witches of Huntingdon. London: 1646, 1