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REFERENCES

INTRODUCTION

1. Sinistrari de Ameno, L. M., Demoniality, pp. 35, 131, ed. 1879.

2. Chronicles of Lanercost, p. 109, ed. Stevenson, 1839.

3. Rymer, T., Foedera II, p. 934, ed. 1704.

4. Chartier, Jean, Chronique de Charles VII, III, pp. 40-5, ed. Vallet de Viriville, 1858.

5. De Lancre, P., Tableau de l’Inconstance des Mauvais Anges, p. 56, ed. 1613.

6. Bourignon, Antoinette, La Parole de Dieu, pp. 86-7, ed. 1683.

7. Calendar of State Papers, 1584.

CHAPTER I

1. Any good textbook on the religions of Egypt, Babylonia and Greece will give many examples of horned deities.

2. Quibell, J. E., Hierakonpolis, I, plate xxix.

3. id. ib., II, plate xxviii, ed. 1902.

4. Thorpe, B., Monumenta Ecclesiastica, II, pp. 32-4, ed. 1840.

5. id. ib., II, p. 249.

6. Danaeus, L., Dialogue of Witches, ed. 1575.

7. Spalding Club Miscellany, I (1841), pp. 171-2.

8. Boguet, H., Discours des Sorciers, p. 137, ed. 1608.

9. De Lancre, P., Tableau de l’Inconstance des Mauvais Anges, p. 404, ed. 1613.

10. id. ib., p. 126.

II. id. ib., p. 23.

12. Wonderfull Discoverie of Elizabeth Sawyer, C4 rev., ed. 021.

13. Baines, E., History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, I, p. 607 note, ed. 1836.

14. Gaule, J., Select Cases of Conscience, p. 62, ed. 1646.

15. Stearne, J., Confirmation and Discovery of Witchcraft, pp. 28, 38, ed. 1648.

16. Gilbert, W., Witchcraft in Essex, p. 2, ed. 1909.

17. Surtees Society, xl (1861), pp. 191, 193.

18. Howell, T. B., State Trials, vi, 660, ed. 1816.

19. Rymer, T., Foedera, II, p. 934, ed. 1704.

20. Camden Society, Dame Alice Kyteler, ed. 1843.

21. Rogers, C., Scotland Social and Domestic, p. 276, ed. 1869.

22. Cowan, S., The Royal House of Stuart, 11, p. 189, ed. 1908.

23. Sharpe, C. K., Historical Account of Witchcraft in Scotland, pp. 146-7, ed. 1884.

24. De Lancre, P., Tableau, p. 69.

25. Howell, T. B., op. cit., vi, 684-5.

26. id., viii, 1035.

27. Goldsmid, E., Confessions of Witches under Torture, p. 12, ed. 1886.

28. De Lancre, P., L’Incredulité et Mescreance du Sortilège, p. 769, ed. 1622.

29. Unpublished Record in the Guernsey Greffe.

30. De Lancre, P., L’Incedulité, p. 805.

31. Bodin, J., Fléau des Demons et Sorciers, p. 187, ed. 1616.

32. Michaelis, S., A Discourse of Spirits, p. 148, ed. 1613.

33. Pitcairn, R., Criminal Trials, III, p. 613, ed. 1833.

34. Melville, Sir J., Memoirs, Bannatyne Club (1827), pp. 393-6.

35. Pitcairn, R., op. cit., III, pp. 609-10.

36. Quibell, J. E., op. cit., II, plate xxviii.

37. Bapst, E., Les Sorcières de Bergheim, ed. 1929.

38. De Lancre, P., Tableau, p. 67.

39. id., L’Incredulité, p. 803.

40. Webster, W., Basque Legends, p. 47, ed. 1877.

41. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 465.

42. Cannaert, J.B., Olim procès des Sorcières en Belgique, p. 44, ed. 1847.

43. Spalding Club Miscellany, I (1841), pp. 120, 127.

44. Bodin, op. cit., p. 190.

45. Day, A., The English Secretary, II, p. 23, ed. 1625.

46. Glanvil, J., Sadducismus Triumphatus, pt. ii, pp. 296, 304, ed. 1726.

47. Chetham Society, xxxix (1856), Farington Papers, p, 128.

48. Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1429-1436, p. 10.

CHAPTER II

1. Olaus Magnus. Compendious History of the Goths, ed. 1658.

2. Sikes, W., British Goblins, p. 60, ed. 1881.

3. Day, A., The English Secretary, II, p. 23, ed. 1625.

4. Examination of John Walsh, ed. 1566.

5. Pitcairn, R., Criminal Trials, I, pt. ii, pp. 52-3, ed. 1833.

6. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii, p. 163.

7. Pitcairn, op. cit., II, p. 25.

8. Spalding Club Miscellany, I, pp. 199, 121, 125, 177, ed. 1841.

9. Maitland Club Miscellany, II, p. 167, ed. 1840.

10. Law, R., Memorialls, p. 27 note, ed. Sharpe, 1818.

11. Records of the Justiciary Court of Edinburgh, II, p. ii, ed. 1905.

12. Sprenger. F., Malleus Maleficarum, ed. 1620.

13. Remigius, N., Daemonolatria, pt. I, ch. xv, 75, ed. 1693.

14. De Lancre, P., L’Incredulité et Mescreance du Sortilège, p. 648, ed. 1622.

15. Bodin, J., De la Demonomanie, des Sorciers, p. 239B, ed. 1604.

16. Mather, C., Wonders of the Invisible World, p. 88, ed. 1862.

17. Bodin, op. cit., pp. 188-9.

18. Wilde, Lady, Ancient Legends of Ireland, I, p. 178, ed. 1887.

19. id., Ancient Cures, Charms and Usages of Ireland, p. 147, ed. 1890.

20. id., Legends, I, pp. 179, 232, 264, II, p. 70.

21. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, pp. 604, 611.

22. Examination of John Walsh.

23. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 604.

24. Campbell, J. F., Popular Tales of the West Highlands, IV, p. 343, ed. 1862.

25. Croker, T. C., Fairy Legends, p.119, ed. 1859.

26. Moore, A. W., Folklore of the Isle Of Man, p. 41, ed. 1891.

27. Sikes, op. cit., p. 83.

28. Sébillot, P., Traditions et Superstitions de la Haute Bretagne, I, p. 75, ed. 1882.

29. Ritson, J., Fairy Tales, p. 73, ed. 1875.

30. Chodsko, A., Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants, p. 133, ed. 1896.

31. Campbell, J. F., op. cit., II, p. 57.

32. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. II, p. 56.

33. Denham Tracts, II, pp. 134, 143, ed. 1895.

34. Keightley, T., Fairy Mythology, II, p. 161, ed. 1828.

35. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 61

36. Denham Tracts, II, p. 113.

37. Waldron, G. Manx. Society xi (1859), Description of the Isle of Man, pp. 126-7.

CHAPTER III

1. Mather, C., Wonders of the Invisible World, p. 16o, ed. 1862.

2. Scot, Reginald, Discoverie of Witchcraft, Bk. III, 40, ed. 1584.

3. De Lancre, P., L’Incredulité et Mescreance du Sortilège, p. 558, ed. 1622.

4. Bodin, J., De la Demonomanie des Sorciers, p. 26213, ed. 1604.

5. id. ib., p. 210B.

6. An Advertisement to the Grand-jury Men of England touching Witches, p. 8, ed. 1627.

7. Pitcairn, R., Criminal Trials, III, p. 63, ed. 1833.

8. Ritson, J., Robin Hood, I, pp. v, xxx, ed. 1795.

9. Hernandez, Ludovico, Le Procès inquisitorial de Gilles de Rais, ed. 1921.

10. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii, p. 52.

11. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. New Series X (1888), p. 219.

12. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, pp. 610, 613.

13. Danaeus, L., Dialogue of Witches, chapter III, ed. 1575.

14. Sinclair, G., Satan’s Invisible World Discovered, p. 47, ed. 1871.

15. Narrative of the Sufferings of a Young Girle, p. xliv, ed. 1698.

16. Spalding Club Miscellany, I, pp. 114-15, ed. 1841.

17. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii.

18. De Lancre, P., Tableau de l’Inconstance des Mauvais Anges, p. 125, ed. 1613.

19. Bodin, J., Fléau des Demons et Sorciers, p. 373, ed. 1616.

20. De Lancre, L’Incredulité, p. 608.

21. Full Tryals of Notorious Witches of Worcester, p. 8, n.d.

22. Witches of Northamptonshire, p. 8, ed. 1612.

23. Guernsey Records of Crime.

24. Staggering State of Scots Statesmen, p. 91, ed. C. Rogers, ed. 1872.

25. La Tradition, VI (1892), pp. 108-9.

26. Sébillot, P., Traditions et Superstitions de la Haute Bretagne, I, p. 189, ed. 1882.

27. Croker, T. C., Fairy Legends, p. 125, ed. 1859.

28. Trial of Isobel Inch, p. 11, ed. 1855.

29. Narrative of the Sufferings of a Young Girle, p. xliv, ed. 1698.

30. Bossard, E., Gilles de Rais, p. xiv, ed. 1886.

31. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii, pp. 51-6.

32. Baines, E., History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster, I, p. 607 note, ed. 1836.

33. Horneck, A., in Glanvil’s Sadducismus Triumphatus, pt. ii, p. 487, ed. 1726.

34, Surtees Society, XXI (1845), p. 99.

35. Brand, J., New Description of Orkney, p. 117, ed. 1703.

36. Denham Tracts, II, p. 126, ed. 1895.

37. Strutt, J., Complete View of the Dress and Habits of the People of England, I, p. 45, ed. 1796.

38. Boguet, H., Discours des Sorciers, p. 102, ed. 1608.

39. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 613.

40. Vallancey, C., Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicae, No. X, p. 464, ed. 1770-1804.

41. Kinloch, G. R., Reliquiae Anticae Scoticae, p. 133, ed. 1842.

42. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 124.

43. id. ib., p. 125.

44. id. ib., p. 135.

45. Bodin, J., Fléau, p. 373.

46. Bernard, R., Guide to Grand-Jury men, pp. 107, 113, ed. 1627.

47. Glanvil, op. Cit., pt. ii, p. 295.

48. Alse Gooderidge, pp. 26, 27, ed. 1597.

49. Examination of John Walsh.

50. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, LVI (1922), p. 50.

51. Sharpe, C. K., Historical Account of Witchcraft in Scotland, p. 191, ed. 1884.

52. Chetham Society (1845), Discoverie of Witches.

53. De Lancre, L’Incredulité, p. 799.

54. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii, p. 211.

55. Giffard, G., Discourse of the subtill Practices of Devills, p. 18, ed. 1587.

56. Philobiblon Society, VIII (1863-4), Witches at Chelmsford, p. 30.

57. A true and just Record of all the Witches taken at St. Oses, ed. 1582.

58. Wonderfull Discoverie of Elizabeth Sawyer, ed. 1621.

59. Davenport, J., Witches at Huntingdon, p. 5, ed. 1646.

60. Chetham Society, XII (1847), Moore Rental, p. 59.

61. Alse Gooderidge of Stapenhill.

62. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 607.

63. Homeck, op. cit., pt. ii, p. 490.

64. Bapst, E., Les Sorcières de Bergheim, p. 95, ed. 1929.

65. De Lancre, L’Incredulité, p. 801.

66. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 604.

67. Lea, H. C., History of the Inquisition, III, p. 493, ed. 1888.

68. Camden Society, Dame Alice Kyteler. See also Holinshed, Chronicle of Ireland, p. 69.

69. Remigius, N., Daemonolatria, pt. I, cap. xiv, p. 71, ed. 1693.

70. Boguet, H., Fléau, p. 9.

71. Chartier, jean, Chronique de Charles VII, vol. III, p. 45, ed. Vallet de Viriville, 1858.

72. Unpublished trial in the Guernsey Greffe.

73. Boguet, op. cit., p. 104.

74. Cannaert, J. B., Olim procès des Sorcières en Belgique, p. 49, ed. 1847.

75. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 123.

76. La Tradition, V (1891), p. 215.

77. Glanvil, op. Cit., p. 304.

78. Horneck, op. cit., p. 488.

79. Murray, M. A., Witch-Cult in Western Europe, pp. 279-80, ed. 1921.

8o. Russell, R. V., Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces, p. 229.

CHAPTER IV

1. De Lancre, P., Tableau de l’Inconstance des Mauvais Anges, p. 398, ed. 1613.

2. id., L’Incredulité et Mescreance du Sortilège, p. 800, ed. 1622.

3. id., Tableau, p. 131.

4. id. ib., p. 183.

5. Boguet, H., Discours des Sorciers, p. 206-7, ed. 1608.

6. Bourignon, A., La Vie Exterieur, pp. 223, 211, ed. 1661.

7. Scot, Reginald, Discoverie of Witchcraft, Bk. II, ch. 2, ed. 1584.

8. id. ib., Bk. 11, ch. 11.

9. Bodin, J., Fléau des Demons et Sorciers, De Lancre, L’Incredulité.

10. Howell, T. B., State Trials, IV, 832, ed. 1816.

11. Stearne, J., Confirmation and Discovery of Witchcraft, p. 36, ed. 1648.

12. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 398.

13. (Among others) Lawes against Witches and Conjuration, published by Authority, 1645.–Scot, Reginald, Discoverie of Witchcraft, Bk. III, p. 43.–For fuller details with references, see my Witch-Cult in Western Europe, pp. 86 seq.

14. Bourignon, op. Cit., p. 223.

15. Bodin, J., op. cit., p. 465, ed. 1616.

16. Philobiblon Society, VIII, (1863-4), Witches at Chelmsford, p. 24.

17. Chetham Society (1845), Discoverie of Witches, p. B2.

18. Glanvil, J., Sadducismus Triumphatus, pt. II, p. 391, ed. 1726.

19. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 131.

20. id. ib., p. 396.

21. (Among others) Mackenzie, Sir George, Laws and Customs of Scotland pp. 47, 48.–Howell, op, cit., VI, p. 683.

22. Horneck, A., in Glanvil’s Sadducismus Triumphatus, pt. II, p. 491.

23. Scot, op. cit., bk. XVI, ch. iii.

24. Mackenzie, op. cit., p. 48.

25. Highland Papers III (1920), Witchcraft in Bute, pp. 6, 12, 13, 22.

26. Horneck, op. cit., p. 491.

27. Boguet, H., op. cit., p. 140.

28. Hutchinson, J., History of the Province of Massachuset’s Bay, I, p. 31, ed. 1828.

29. id. ib., p. 36.

30. Cooper, T., Mystery of Witchcraft, ed. 1617.

31. Mackenzie, op. cit., p. 48.

32. Boguet, op. cit., p. 315.

33. De Lancre, Tableau, pp. 399, 195.

34. id., L’Incredulité, pp. 769-70.

35. Cannaert, J. B., Olim Procès des Sorcières en Belgique, p. 44, ed. 1847.

36. Spalding Club Miscellany, I, pp. 120, 165, ed. 1841

37. De Lancre, L’Incredulité, p. 808.

38. Hale, Sir Matthew, Collection of Modern Relations, p. 46, ed. 1693.

39. Howell, op. cit., IV, pp. 854-5.

40. Kinloch, G. R., Reliquiae Antiquae Scoticae, pp. 124-6, ed. 1848.

41. Sharpe, C. K., Historical Account of Witchcraft in Scotland, p. 132, ed. 1884.

42. Highland Papers, III, p. 6.

43. Glanvil, op. Cit., pt. ii, pp. 295, 302, 307.

44. id. ib., pt. ii, p. 391.

45. Scots Magazine, 1814, p. 200.

46. Narrative of the Sufferings of a Young Girle, pp. xli, xlv, ed. 1698.

47. Sinclair, G., Satan’s Invisible World Discovered, p. 259, ed. 1871.

48. Witches of Northampton, ed. 1705.

49. De Lancre, L’Incredulité, p. 38.

50. Cannaert, op. cit., pp. 48, 66.

51. Monseur, E., Le Folklore Wallon, p. 84, ed. 1892.

52. La Tradition, VI (1892), p. 106, Sorcellerie Contemporaine.

53. Davies, J. C., Welsh Folklore, p. 231, ed. 1911.

54. Gaule, J., Select Cases of Conscience, p. 63, ed. 1646.

55. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 404.

56. Remigius, N., Daemonolatria, pt. I, cap. xxxi, p. 131, ed. 1693.

57. Horneck, op. cit., pt. ii, p. 491.

58. Stevenson, J., Chronicon de Lanercost, p. 109, Maitland Club, 1839.

59. De Brunne, R., Handlyng Sinne, II., 9016 seq. Early English Text Society, 1901.

60. Pitcairn, R., Criminal Trials, I, pt. ii, pp. 245-6, ed. 1833.

61. Aubrey, J., Remaines of Gentilisme and Judaisme, p. 15, ed. 1881.

62. Sikes, W., British Goblins, p. 273, ed. 1881.

63. Société des Bibliophiles de Guyenne, I (1879), p. 85.

64. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 606.

65. Spalding Club Miscellany, I (1841), pp. 97-8.

66. Fountainhall, Lord, Decisions, I, p. 14, ed. 1759.

67. Scot, op. cit., bk. III, p. 42.

68. Philo-Judaeus, On a Contemplative Life, xi.

69. James, M. R., Apocrypha of the New Testament, p. 253, ed. 1924.

70. Boguet, op. cit., p. 132.

71. Spalding Club Miscellany, I, pp. 97-8.

72. Phillips, W. J., Carols, p. 14, ed. 1921.

73. id. ib., p. 14.

74. id. ib., p. 14.

75. id. ib., p. 14.

76. Remigius, op. cit., cap. xix, p. 88.

77. De Lancre, Tableau, p. 127.

78. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 613.

79. Boguet, op. cit., p. 139.

8o. Bapst, E., Les Sorcières de Bergheim, p. 51, ed. 1929.

81. Glanvil, op. cit., pt. ii, p. 302.

82. Horneck, op. cit., pt. ii, p. 491.

83. Kinloch, op. cit., p. 133.

84. Chetham Society (1845), Discoverie of Witches, p. G3.

85. Kinloch, op. cit., p. 121.

86. Glanvil, op. Cit., pt. ii, pp. 296-7.

87. Pitcairn, op. cit. I., pt. ii, p. 163.

88. Sharpe, op. cit., p. 131.

89. Scots Magazine, 1914, p. 200.

90. Burr, G. L., Narratives of the Witchcraft Cases, p. 418, ed. 1914.

91. Bapst, op. cit., p. 166.

92. id. ib., p. 167.

CHAPTER V

1. Bodin, J., Fléau des Demons et Sorciers, p. 187, ed. 1616.

2. Boguet, H., Discours des Sorciers, p. 131, ed. 1608.

3. Glanvil, J., Sadducismus Triumphatus, pt. ii, p. 297, ed. 1726.

4. De Lancre, P., Tableau de l’Inconstance des Mauvais Anges, p. 401, ed. 1613.

5. Pitcairn, R., Criminal Trials, I, pt. iii, pp. 210-11, ed. 1833.

6. Law, R., Memorialls, p. 145, ed. 1818.

7. Fountainhall, Lord, Decisions, I, p. 14, ed. 1759.

8. De Lancre, op. cit., p. 401, Boguet, op. cit., p. 141.

9. Michaelis, S., Admirable History of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman, ed. 1613.

10. De Lancre, op. cit., p. 408.

11. Black, G. F., Scottish Antiquary, ix (1895).

12. De Lancre, op. cit., p. 128.

13. Kinloch, G. R., Reliquiae Antiquae Scoticae, p. 121, ed. 1858.

14. Sadducismus Debellatus, p. 39, ed. 1697.

15. Klunzinger, C. B., Upper Egypt, its People and its Products, pp. 184-5, ed. 1878.

16. Aytoun, W. E., Ballads of Scotland, I, p. 35, ed. 1858.

17. id. ib., I, p. 9.

18. Cunningham, A., Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry, p. 251, ed. 1874.

19. Tryall of Ann Foster, p. 8, ed. 1881.

20. Grimm, J., Teutonic Mythology, 1087, ed. Stallybrass.

21. Baillie, R., Letters and Journals, ed. 1841.

22. Bapst, E., Les Sorcières de Bergheim.

23. For references, see my Witch Cult in Western Europe.

24. Bapst, E., op. cit.

25. Boguet, H., op. cit., p. 136.

26. Alse Gooderige of Stapenhill, pp. 9, 10, ed. 1597.

27. County Folklore, Orkney, pp. 107-8.

28. Breasted, J., Ancient Records, IV, sections 454-5.

29. Buchanan, G., History of Scotland, I, p. 245, ed. 1722.

30. Melville, Sir James, Memoirs, p. 395, Bannatyne Club (1827).

31. Pitcairn, R., Criminal Trials, I, pt. iii, p. 246, ed. 1833.

32. Trial, Confession, and Execution of Isobel Inch, p. 6, ed. 1855.

33. Glanvil, J., op. cit., pt. ii, pp. 297, 303, 307, 311.

34. id. ib., pt. ii, p. 393.

35. Mather, C., Wonders of the Invisible World, p. 120, ed. 1862.

36. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 603.

37. Sharpe, C. K., Historical Account of Witchcraft in Scotland, p. 96, ed. 1884.

38. Sinclair, G., Satan’s Invisible World Discovered, p. 23, ed. 1871.

39. Hull, Eleanor, Folklore of the British Isles, p. 41, ed. 1928.

40. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, New Series, X (1888), p. 224.

41. Kinloch, G. R., Reliquiae Antiquae Scoticae, pp. 122, 133, 123, ed. 1848.

42. Taylor, J. M., The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut, pp. 118-9, n.d.

43. Spalding Club Miscellany, I (1841), p. 192.

44. Scot, Reginald, Discoverie of Witchcraft, Bk. III, Ch. 13, ed. 1584.

45. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii, p. 218.

46. id. ib., I, pt. ii, p. 237.

47. Pitcairn, op. cit., I, pt. ii, pp. 211, 235.

48. Spalding Club Miscellany, I, pp. 120, 124.

49. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, LVI (1922), p. 50.

50. Glanvil, op. cit., pt. ii, pp. 296, 304.

51. Sharpe, op. cit., p. 132.

52. Horneck, A., in Glanvil’s Sadducismus Triumphatus, pt. ii, p. 487.

53. Records of the Justiciary Court of Edinburgh, II, p. 12, ed. 1905.

54. Grimm, op. cit., p. 1019.

55. Unpublished trial in the Guernsey Greffe.

56. Bapst, E., op. cit.

57. De Lancre, Tableau, pp. 123, 400.

58. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, pp. 604, 608.

59. Glanvil, op. cit., pt. ii, pp. 298, 303-4.

60. Wonderfull Discoverie of Elizabeth Sawyer, ed. 1621.

61. Philobiblon Society, VIII (1863-4), p. 32.

62. Spalding Club Miscellany, I, p. 171.

63. De Lancre, Tableau, pp. 462, 464.

64. id., L’Incredulité, p. 773.

65. id. ib., p. 796.

66. Pitcairn, op. cit., III, p. 604, 611.

67. Glanvil, op. cit., pt. ii, p. 302.

68. Bede, Ecclesiastical History, Bk. I, ch. 17, ed. Bohn, 1847

69. Wilde, Lady, Ancient Legends of Ireland, I, p. 133, ed. 1887.

CHAPTER VI

For general information and specific examples of Divine Victims and Royal Gods, see J. G. Frazer, The Golden Bough; particularly the volume on The Dying God.

1. The principal authorities are Ordericus Vitalis and William of Malmesbury. For detailed references, consult E. A. Freeman, William Rufus.

2. Robertson, J. C., Materials for the Life of Thomas à Becket, ed. 1858.

3. Quicherat, J. E. J., Procès de Condemnation et de Rehabilitation de Jeanne d’Arc, ed. 1841.

4. Bournon, J., Chroniques de la Lorraine, p. 19, ed. 1838.

5. Remigius, Nicholas, Daemonolatria, Hamburg, 1693.

6. Sadducismus debellatus, p. 59, London, 1698.

7. Polluche, D., Problème historique sur la Pucelle d’Orleans, ed. 1826.

8. Delepierre, O., Doute Historique, Philobiblon Society, I, 1845.

9. Journal d’un Bourgeois de Paris, Panthéon Littéraire, 1838.

10. Danaeus, Lambert, Dialogue of Witches, ch. IV, London, 1575.

11. Bossard, Eugène, Gilles de Rais, for transcript of the trial, ed. 1886.

12. Hernandez, Ludovico, Procès inquisitorial de Gilles de Rais, for translation and commentary, ed. 1921.

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