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[Litigation concerning the payment of court costs in Tennenberg]
Concerns Hanswolf Gasserstedt's payment of court costs for his wife, Judith Rommelmann, who had been banished for witchcraft.

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Gause, Anna, defendant
Partial transcript and notes on the manuscript of a trial. Defendant was Anna Gause, the 70-year-old widow of Klaus Zauman, accused of being a witch and strangled.

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Der Geistliche Doktor Faust: Eine Citation
Partial transcript of esoteric notes.

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Godard, George Seymour, 1865-1936 [State Librarian of Connecticut]
List of material on witchcraft in the Connecticut State Library (31 articles)

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Good, William
Autograph letter signed to the Honourable Commitee. Document concerning "the destruction of [his] poor family" since Good's wife, Sarah, was executed in Salem in July 1692 "upon the account of supposed witchcraft"; also mentioned are "a sucking child [who] died in prison before the mother's execution" and another "child of four of five years old [who] was in prison seven or eight months and being chained in the dungeon was so hardly terrified that she [now] has no reason to govern herself." Included are two letters from the secretary of the Essex Intitute, 1913, as well as an auction catalog, in which the letter is described, sale item # 805.

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[Greiess, Eva, defendant]: "Zwischen Domminus Wilhlem Kurfürstlich Herrschaft Neuerburg... und Feminus Eva"
Autograph document signed. Advice of the Luxembourg authorities, in the name of the Grand-Duke, reporting the torture, confession, and execution by "strangulation by naked hands" of an alleged witch. With partial transcription and translation.

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Hall, Ralph, defendant
Autograph document [copy by Judge Gabriel Furman]. One of the two copies of the bill of indictement for the trial of Ralph Hall and his wife, annotated by Furman, according to whom this was "the only trial for that offence in [the state of New York]."

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Halle Antiquariat
Autograph letter signed from a German bookseller to Burr. Offers him "Protokolle von Hexenprocessen zu Flammersheim...aus den Jahren 1629-30" for purchase.

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Happe, Hans
Partial transcription and bibliographic description of Happe's treaty on alchemy, call number: 4620 Bd. Manuscript 77

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Harrisson, Katherine, of Hartford,Connecticut
Copy of trial records made by Burr, with his annotations.

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Hencke, Barbara, defendant [Luxembourg]
Judicial order for the torture of "Barbara, Beclagtin und Behaeftin," on the charge of witchcraft.

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Henot, Katharina
Photostat copies of records of a famous witchcraft trial that took place in Cologne, with a letter from Dr. Hansen, Historisches Archiv, Koln, to Burr.

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[Hexenprozess, Luxembourg]
Fragment of a trial record

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"Criminal Acta über Agnes Hinterreger und seiner Kinder [Christian, Thomas, und Einhard] in Crimine Maior de Anno 1687"
Incomplete record of a witchcraft trial held in Carinthia, Austria

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James I, King of England
Tolbooth speech as to witchcraft [copy]. Copy made by Lucy Dreicker in 1929. Attached is a letter requesting payment from Burr.

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Keiner, Osanna, defendant
Two documents relating to her trail for witchcraft: one describing the "great tumult" which took place in her cell and was supposedly caused by supernatural beings, and the other attributing her death under torture to strangulation by the devil.

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Killigrew, Thomas, 1612-1683
"The Copye of a Letter Written by Mr. Thomas Killigrew." Contemporary manuscript copy of a well-known account of the possession of the nuns of Loudun, composed as a letter by the future dramatist Thomas Killigrew, then aged 23, during his tour of France.

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"De Klinkende bel"
Copy of a Dutch poem composed in 1662.

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Knooulton or Knowlton, Thomas, and others: Deposition against Rachel Clinton for Practice of Witchcraft
One of the few remaining accounts of a witch hunt before the trials of 1692-1693. From the Phillips Collection (Harbin Papers), with a full transcription. "It demonstrates that neighborood suspicion of Rachel Clinton long antedated her trial in connection with the Salem outbreak" (John Putnam Demos, Entertaining Satan, 1983, p. 20. The author observes that the heading on this document, "Witchcraft 1687," is in a separate hand and was probably added at some later time.)

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Kort-bondige... beschryving van Moses, in het boek der Scheppinge
Manuscript review of an article, by Johannes Roman, Boekverkooper.

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Krämer, Margaretha, defendant
[Trial for Witchcraft in Suhl, Germany]. Various documents relating to the trial of a widow accused of being a witch ("der Hexerey wegen"), who confessed before being tortured, was sentenced to death by fire -- sentenced commuted to death by decapitation by the Duke Moritz von Sachsen-Zeitz, Administrator des Stifts Naumburg, after she showed repentance (rescriptum.)

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K[rist?], Bekker's portrait]
Copy of a short notice issued in the "Nederlansch Archief"

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Kühn, Sebastian
"Dass den vier Herrn Geistlichen und dem Kirchner zu Schleusingen der Herr Ambtschreiber Sebastian Bentzinger 2 fl[orins] 5 g[ulden] 3 d[ucats] von Irmel Wagnerin zu Breitenbach... entrichtet und bezahlt [die ich richtig bekommen habe]." Sebastian Kühn certifies to the payment to himself, as well as to four other clergymen or sacristans, of a sum taken from the estate of Irmel Wagnerin, who had been executed for witchcraft after examination by those "skilled theologicians [periti]".