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ID Short Description Date City Parish Current County Old county Nation
2118

James Day, an apprentice smith, complains to a journey-man smith (Anonymous 535) under the same Master about money. The journey-man smith tells James Day that if she shakes hands with "the Old Gentleman, he should never want Money." James Day allegedly goes to a field, and writes in blood, "In the Name of the Devil, I command you to appear."(1)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Detection of a Popish Cheat. Dublin: 1696, 1

1686 Dublin  St. Andrew's  Dublin  Dublin  England 
2131

Joan Tuit confesses to intending to take James Day with her to St. John's Well, in order to facilitate their "popish cheat" to allow James Day to change religion to Roman Catholic from Protestant. This allegedly confirms the confession of James Day himself.(2)

Appears in:
Anonymous. The Detection of a Popish Cheat. Dublin: 1696, 2

1686 Dublin  St. Andrew's  Dublin  Dublin  England 
2179

Justice John Geose takes testimony from several people regarding John Tonken's fits and the women who appeared to him and orders the arrest and imprisonment of Jane Noal and Betty Seeze on suspicion of witchcraft in connection to this case; they are due to appear at the next assizes.(6)

Appears in:
Anonymous. A True Account of a Strange and Wonderful Relation of John Tonken, of Pensans in Cornwall. London: 1686, 6

1686 Pensans  Pensans  Cornwall  Cornwall  England