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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 93 (Plural)SIx familiars that appear in the form of imps, who frequented Mr. Lowes Parson daily in order to help him commit "many other most hanous, wicked, and accursed acts." These imps sucked Mr. Lowes Parson on the crowne of his head and under his tongue, as evidenced by teats in those areas. THIS above-named Mr. Lowes Parson of Branson in Suffolke, (being araigned there for witch-craft,) confessed that he bewitched a Ship neere Harwidge, so that with the extreame tempesteous Seas raised by blusterous windes the said Ship was cast away, wherein were many passengers, who were by this meanes swallowed up by the mercilesse waves, further he confessed that he had done many other most hanous, wicked, and accursed acts, by the help of six Jmpes which he had that frequented him daily. This Mr. Lowes preached about threescore sermons after he had made his Covenent with the Devill, and had a teat on the crowne of his head, and two under his tongue: and there is none that maketh a Covenant with the Devill but hath from him a private marke.

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Anonymous. A True Relation of the Araignment of Eighteene Witches. London: 1645, 3