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Assertions for a specific being.

Name Description Original Text
Anonymous 166 (Plural)Three magical beings who are conjured by Dr. Lamb in his house in London, in front of two witnesses: Sir Miles Sands, and Mr. Barbor. Dr. Lamb first conjures a tree in the middle of the room, and after appeared these "three little Fellows," who are described as having "Axes on their Shoulders, and Baskets in their Hands." They "presently fell to work, cut down the Tree, and carried all away," save a single wood chip which fell on Mr. Barbor's velvet coat.So falling to his Practice, in the middle of the Room springs up a Tree; soon after appeared three little Fellows, with Axes on their Shoulders, and Baskets in their Hands, who presently fell to work, cut down the Tree, and carried all away.

Appears in:
Baxter, Richard. The Certainty of the Worlds of Spirits and, Consequently, of the Immortality of Souls. London: 1691, 156