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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
2595

Margaret Muschamp's 12 weeks of separation from her angels comes to an end, eagerly attended by numerous spectators. The spectators, who include neighbours and Margaret's cousin Elizabeth Muschamp, hear her "expresse much joy to meete with those long absent deare friends" and engage in a two-hour long "divinely and heavenly discourse." Margaret is seen to pray for her enemy, Dorothy Swinow, with tears streaming down her face. She also prays for justice, and that the hardheartedness against her mother at the assizes cease.(13-14)

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Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 13-14

1647, June Spittle    Northumberland  Northumberland  England 
2596

Margaret Muschamp allegedly has a series of fits after her angels return to her in which she insists on going to the assizes herself to beg the Judges for justice, and that her angels would go as well. Mary Moore, "not daring to disobey such divine commands," takes Margaret and George Muschamp Jr. to goes before a judge to tell their story. Moore requests that Dorothy Swinow be moved to the county in which her crimes were committed to be tried, but the request is refused. When Moore consults a Counsellor for advice, he refuses to "meddle" in the case.(13-15)

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Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 13-15

1647, June Durham    Durham  Dvrham  England 
2597

Margaret Muschamp, the day after the Judge refuses to extradite Dorothy Swinow and the Counsellor refuses to take the case, allegedly has a tormenting fit that concluded with her angels appearing to her. She complains to them that there is "no Justice abroad, no Peace at home, what should become of her mother? for that Godlesse thiefe DOROTHY SVVINOVV, by the instigation of the Divell, had hardned the heart of both Judges and Justices against her." Margaret also claims that Edward Moore's heart has been hardened against Mary Moore, and that her eldest sister, Betty Muschamp, will soon begin to consume too. Margaret says that she will go again that night or the next day to again beg for justice, and that if it were denied, her brother George Muschamp Jr.'s illness would get worse. Dr. Genison and Mrs. Clether are among the audience during this fit.(13-15)

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Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 13-15

1647, June Spittle    Northumberland  Northumberland  England 
2598

Dr. Genison, witnessing Margaret Muschamp's fit in which she demands to return to the Judge to beg for justice, invites Mary Moore and her children to his home, which is next to the Judge's chamber, to await an appointment. He sends a message to the Judge on their behalf, asking whether evening or morning was more convenient, and an appointment is made for the evening. The appointment is well attended, the spectators including Dr. Clether, Mrs. Clether, Dr. Genison, Mrs. Genison and numerous others.(14-15)

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Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 14-15

1647, June Durham    Durham  Dvrham  England 
2600

Margaret Muschamp, during her fit before the judge (Anonymous 237), allegedly predicts that her sister, Betty Muschamp, will begin to consume. When Mary Moore and Muschamp return home after their appointment, they find that Betty has started consuming during their absence.(15-16)

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Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 15-16

1647, June Durham    Durham  Dvrham  England 
2604

Mary Moore sends the strange objects Margaret Muschamp has allegedly been vomiting during her fits to the assizes at Durham on the hope of convincing a judge to issue a warrant for Dorothy Swinow's apprehension. Her tactic succeeds, and a warrant is granted. (17-18)

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Moore, Mary. Wonderfull Newes from the North. London: 1650, 17-18

1647, June Spittle    Northumberland  Northumberland  England