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In such a place and at such an hour the assembly of witches and wizards plotted against the saints of God, namely, the Puritans.
The reason for this was that the tree had the fame of keeping off snakes, and also of protecting persons from witches.
I do not find anyone who can tell me why the witches have bells on their heels.
NAPLES PAST AND PRESENTARTHUR H. NORWAY
Both flies and bee, it will be understood, were the witches in other form.
Addison thought that we had better go there and look for witches' brooms the next day.
A BUSY YEAR AT THE OLD SQUIRE'SCHARLES ASBURY STEPHENS
They say it prevails against inchantments of witches, especially for women and children bewitched.
MORE SCIENCE FROM AN EASY CHAIRSIR E. RAY (EDWIN RAY) LANKESTER
Witches were found in every part of Somerset in the seventeenth century.
His recipe for making old fruit trees bear well savours of a time when old women were still burnt as witches.
His witches are distinguished from the witches of Middleton by essential differences.
Witches, or other evil spirits, have no power at cross-roads.