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Name Description Original Text
Abraham HartleyA boy from Baildon in the county of West Yorkshire, who accuses Mary Armitage of bewitching him. He would have fits, vomit pins and a horse shoe stubb, and would cry out against Mrs. Capp.(208)thus in 1658 there was the case of Abraham Hartley, a sixteen-year-old labourer's on from the remote parish of Baildon on the Yorkshire-Lancashire border. The young Hartley went through the standard pattern of fits, vomiting foreign bodies, including 'a horse shoe stubb & two crooked pins', and crying out against a suspected witch, Capp's wife, in his fits.()