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34 by throwing upon it some of some bran, and this powder by making she afterwards cured again which cow : some eat it terrestrial herb that the Devil gave her. CONFESSION OF MARIE BECgUET. Marie, wife of Pierre Massy, after sentence of death had been pronounced against her, having been put to the question, confessed that she was a at the persuasion of the Devil, in the form of when she gave herself to with his paw : a dog who Witch; and that appeared to her him that him he took her by the hand she gave herself to : that she used to anoint herself with the same ointment as her mother used to the Sabbath : : and had been upon the bank near Rocquaine Castle with her, where there was no one but the Devil and her as it seemed : form in the aforesaid had seen him several times : in She was which she also the at Sabbath on one occasion among others in the road near Collas Totte-viti's ; every time that she went to the Sabbath, the Devil came to and her, it seemed though he transformed her into a female dog said that upon the shore, near the Devil, in the form of Rocquaine said as ; she : the had connection a dog, having with her, gave her bread and wine, which she ate and drank.
While at marked her the Sabbath the Devil upper part of the thigh at the which mark having been : examined by the midwives, they reported that they had stuck not a small pin deeply into felt it, know in what part the Devil who came those waited for it, and that she had and that no blood had issued the to first others j : she did not had marked the others : the place of the Sabbath, and the all Witches appeared in their proper forms : Wizards and but blackened and disfigured so that they could not be recognised.
Bailiff, Jurats. 4th, 1617. SENTENCE OF DEATH. ], after voluntarily submitting both upon the general inquest of the country, and after having been several times brought up before the Court, heard, examined, and confronted, APPENDIX. 30 upon a great number of depositions made and produced before the Court by the said Officers which it is clear the aforesaid from ; and evident that for many years past women have practised the diabolical art of Witchcraft, by having not only cast their spells upon inanimate in langour beasts ; objects, but through strange children, and caused many persons and many the death of in the informations animals, as recorded thereupon follows that they are clearly convicted and In expiation of which crime proved to be Witches.