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This is a pamphlet created in England in 1585. It is written in Old English. The pamphlet is ten pages long, and the pages have stains and crumbled edges. It details the witchcraft occurrences of a woman, Margaret Harkett, from the town of Stanmore. She was blamed and executed for the deaths of two people from the town. Margaret was trialed and condemned at the Sessions of Gaole on February 7th in Stanmore, England. The deaths are reviewed within the pamphlet.

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Stanmore, England


witchcraft, Sessions house, Tyborne, execution, Sessions of Gaole


Witchcraft; London (England). Stanmore ; Stanmore (Middlesex); Executions and executioners; Harkett, Margaret, -1585; Witchcraft -- England

The Seuerall Factes of Witch-Crafte, Approoued and Laid to the Charge of Margaret Harkett, of the Towne of Stanmore, in the Countie of Middlesex, for the Which She Was Arraigned and Condemned at the Sessions House, Before Her Maisties Iustices the 17. of February, and Executed for the Same at Tyborne This 19. of February. 1585




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BF1581.A2 S48

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