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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
TewhitA yellow bird, the size of a crow, which belongs to Margaret Thorpe.These are made up a mass by Margaret Thorpe, daughter of Jennit Dibble lately a widow for which she beareth some blame. This woman if you read the sequel will perhaps seem unto you not without great reason to be an obedient child and docile scholar of so skilful a parent. Her familiar is in the shape of a bird yellow of colour about the bigness of a crow the name of it is Tewhit.

Appears in:
Fairfax, Edward . Daemonologia: a Discourse on Witchcraft as it was Acted in the Family of Mr. Edward Fairfax. Unknown: 1621, 33