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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/20/10 Salem and the Second Indian War The Devil at the Eastward Essential Instability Saying and Telling Affliction and Compassion Marks
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1/20/10 Abigail Hobbs. You are brought before Authority to answer to sundry acts of witchcraft, committed by you against and upon the bodies of many, of which several persons now accuse you. What say you? Are you guilty, or not? Speak the truth. I will speak the truth. I have seen sights and been scared. I have been very wicked. I hope I shall be better, if God will help me. What sights did you see? I have seen dogs and many creatures . What dogs do you mean, ordinary dogs? I mean the Devil. How often, many times? But once. Tell the truth. I do tell no lye. What appearance was he in then? Like a man.
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1/20/10 Essential Instability Examination of Deliverance Hobbs Is it not a solemn thing, that last Lords day you were tormented, & now you are become a tormentor, so that you have changed sides. How comes this to pass?
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2010 for the course ENGLISH 166AC taught by Professor Saul during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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