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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 98 (Plural)Familiars in the form of a number of imps who are associated with a woman (Anonymous 276) imprisoned in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk in 1645. The imps are stripped of their power to harm others by the prayers of "divers godly Ministers" at the pleading of that same woman "who seemeth to be very penitent for her former lewd and abominable indeavours, and acts."Amongst those remaining yet in prison there is one Witch they say to be burned, who seemeth to be very penitent for her former lewd and abominable indevours, and acts, and desires to have Petitions put up to divers godly Ministers that they would be pleased to pray in their severall Congregations that her said Jmpes may have no further power, to do any more such like hurt, neither by Sea nor Land, as they have divers times formerly done, to the destruction, losse, or utter undoing of many sundry good and honest people,

Appears in:
Anonymous. A True Relation of the Araignment of Eighteene Witches. London: 1645, 5