2 records returned.
Samuel Pacy alleges in his deposition that, while Amy Denny was in the stocks, Alice Letteridge and Jane Buxton approached her, demanded to know the cause of Deborah Pacy's affliction, and told Denny that she was suspected to be the cause herself. Denny replied that Pacy was making a great deal of fuss over his daughter, and that when her child had suffered a similar affliction, she had tapped out a tooth to feed it. Letteridge and Buxton confirmed this account in their own depositions.(21-22)
Anonymous. A Tryal of Witches. London: 1682, 21-22
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