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" Though it was not expressly avowed, no one doubted that the goodman's croft was set apart for some evil being ; in fact, that it was the portion of the archfiend himself, whom our ancestors distinguished by a name, which, while it was generally understood,... "
The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment - Pągina 236
1831
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Letters on demonology and witchcraft

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1831
...whom our ancestors distinguished by a name, which, while it was generally understood, could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant...custom sunk before the efforts of the clergy in the 17th century; but there must still be many alive, who in childhood have been taught to look with wonder...
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Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

Walter Scott - 1836 - 338 pągines
...whom our ancestors distinguished by a name, which, while it was generally understood, could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant...have been taught to look with wonder on knolls and p*ches of ground left uncultivated, because, whenever a ploughshare entered the soil, the elementary...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Volum 2;Volums 4-5

Walter Scott - 1837 - 477 pągines
...whom our ancestors distinguished by a name, which, while it was generally understood, could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant...on knolls and patches of ground left uncultivated, because, whenever a ploughshare entered the soil, the elementary spirits were supposed to testify their...
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The doctrine of the Deluge; vindicating the scriptural account from ..., Volum 1

Leveson Venables V. Harcourt - 1838
...cultivated, but suffered to remain waste, like the temenott of a pagan temple. There must be still many alive who in childhood have been taught to look...on knolls and patches of ground left uncultivated, because whenever a ploughshare entered the soil the elementary spirits were disposed to testify their...
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The Doctrine of the Deluge: Vindicating the Scriptural Account from ..., Volum 1

Leveson Venables Vernon-Harcourt - 1838 - 644 pągines
...or cultivated, but suffered to remain waste, like the temenos of a pagan temple. There must be still many alive who in childhood have been taught to look...on knolls and patches of ground left uncultivated, because whenever a ploughshare entered the soil the elementary spirits were disposed to testify their...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...generally understood, could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant of the region of despair. This was so general a custom, that the...on knolls and patches of ground left uncultivated, because, whenever a ploughshare entered the soil, the elementary spirits were supposed to testify their...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volum 11

1845
...whom our ancestors distinguished by .a name, which, while it was generally understood,. could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant...blasphemous usage. This singular custom sunk before the^efforts of the clergy in the seventeenth century ; but there must still be many alive, who in childhood...
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The Botany of the Eastern Borders: With the Popular Names and Uses of the ...

George Johnston, George Tate - 1853 - 336 pągines
...who sport in every conceivable figure and position, hiding in one blossom, sucking nectar from * " There must still be many alive, who in childhood have...on knolls and patches of ground left uncultivated, because, whenever a ploughshare entered the soil, the elementary spirits were supposed to testify their...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Letters on demonology and ...

Walter Scott - 1870
...whom our ancestors distinguished by a name, which, while it was generally understood, could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant...on knolls and patches of ground left uncultivated, because, whenever a ploughshare entered the soil, the elementary spirits were supposed to testify their...
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Demonology and Witchcraft: In a Series of Letters Addressed to J.G. Lockhart

Walter Scott - 1872 - 406 pągines
...whom our ancestors distinguished by a name which, while it was generally understood, could not, it was supposed, be offensive to the stern inhabitant...was so general a custom that the Church published an * See Pennant's Scottish Tour, vol. ip 111. The traveller mentions that some festival of the same kind...
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