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An archer (Anonymous 75), of the town Malling in Kent, is accused of playing with a fly devil or familiar that enhances his skill in archery. The archer (Anonymous 75) won two or three shillings as a result of his advanced abilities, and was then severely punished by authority figures to appease the other angered archers and to overthrow witchcraft.(52)
Scot, Reginald. Scot's Discovery of Witchcraft Proving the Common Opinions of Witches Contracting with Devils, Spirits, or Familiars. London: 1651, 52
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