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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 36A spirit in the shape of a mouse that appears to Anonymous 254 before he is plagued by strange fits. The spirit appears to be a possessing agent, but is kept at bay by an amulet given to Anonymous 254 by a wizard (Anonymous 255).A sober Antient Gentleman told me, he intimately knew one in the Isle of Ely, whose name he told, but now I have forgot it; he was bewitched, and before strange fits he had like a Mouse came to him, which none could hinder; he sent to a white Witch, or Necromancer, Sorcerer, Magician, or what you please to call him; he gave him an Amulet or Charm to hang about his neck, and so long as he wore that, he was freed; he durst not leave it off: this Wizard asked if they were wicked People, else, he said, he could not, or would not help them.

Appears in:
Drage, William. Daimonomageia a Small Treatise of Sickness and Diseases from Witchcraft. London: 1665, 20