Salem Witchcraft: With an Account of Salem Village, and a History of Opinions on Witchcraft and Kindred Subjects, Volym 1
Wiggin and Lunt, 1867
Salem Witchcraft is one of the most famous books published on the Salem Witch Trials. Author Charles Upham was a foremost scholar on the subject, as well as a Massachusetts senator. Only volume one of the series is included in this Anthology.
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Very complete, sometimes to the point of tedium, but still enthralling. Everyone should read this book or another like it. A very sad chapter in our nation's history. Läs hela recensionen
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Sida 365 - How oft do they their silver bowers leave To come to succour us, that succour want ! How oft do they with golden pinions cleave The flitting skies, like flying pursuivant, Against foul fiends to aid us militant ! They for us fight, they watch and duly ward, And their bright squadrons round about us plant, And all for love, and nothing for reward : Oh, why should heavenly God to men have such regard ?1 This agrees with what is recorded of St.
Sida 7 - ... scene ! The silver moon, unclouded, holds her way Through skies where I could count each little star. The fanning west wind scarcely stirs the leaves ; The river, rushing o'er its pebbled bed, Imposes silence with a stilly sound. In such a place as this, at such an hour, If ancestry can be in aught believed, Descending spirits have conversed with man, And told the secrets of the world unknown.
Sida 299 - And the LORD said unto Joshua, This day have I rolled away the reproach of Egypt from off you, Wherefore the name of the place is called Gilgal unto this day.
Sida 348 - And the wild blast upheaved the vanished sword ! How have I sat, when piped the pensive wind, To hear his harp by BRITISH FAIRFAX strung ! Prevailing Poet ! whose undoubting mind Believed the magic wonders which he sung...
Sida 358 - Nor is this much to believe; as we have reason, we owe this faith unto history: they only had the advantage of a bold and noble faith, who lived before his coming, who upon obscure prophecies and mystical types could raise a belief, and expect apparent impossibilities.
Sida 134 - ... small army thus played the man, the whole country was filled with distress and fear, and we trembled in this capital, Boston itself; and that to the goodness of God to this army we owe our fathers...
Sida 365 - How oft do they their silver bowers leave, To come to succour us that succour want ! How oft do they with golden pinions cleave The flitting skies, like flying pursuivant, Against foul fiends to aid us militant ! They for us fight : they watch and duly ward, And their bright squadrons round about us plant ; And all for love, and nothing for reward : Oh, why should heavenly God to men have such regard ?
Sida 369 - is shaped us the true idea of a witch ; an old weather-beaten crone, having her chin and her knees meeting for age, walking like a bow, leaning on a staff; hollow-eyed — untoothed, furrowed on her face, having her limbs trembling with the palsy, going mumbling in the streets : one that hath forgotten her Pater-noster, and yet hath a shrewd tongue to call a Drab a Drab.
Sida 410 - God having appointed that secret supernatural sign, for trial of that secret unnatural crime : so that it appears that God hath appointed (for a supernatural sign of the monstrous impiety of witches) that the water shall refuse to receive them in her bosom, that have shaken off them the sacred water of baptism, and wilfully refused the benefit thereof...
Sida 458 - Note, say, Now I am well. She would be faint at first, and say, She felt something to go out of her ! (the Noises whereof we sometimes heard, like those of a Mouse) , but in a Minute or two she could apply her self to Devotion, and express her self with Discretion, as well as ever in her Life.
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