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New England's Place in the History of Witchcraft - Página 13
por George Lincoln Burr - 1911 - 35 páginas
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Biographical Outlines of English Literature ... For the use of schools

1862
...ears of the audience. To these succeeded the Interludes, a conglomeration of the two preceding forms. It was not till after the middle of the sixteenth century that circumstances began to be favourable for the full development of the Drama. Stimulated by the study...
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The Economic Interpretation of History: (lectures Delivered in Worcester ...

James Edwin Thorold Rogers - 1888 - 547 páginas
...came a period of confusion and revolution, and the enterprise of the English adventurers was arrested. It was not till after the middle of the sixteenth century that English vessels entered the Mediterranean. Even then for a long time the trade was capricious and disappointing....
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volumen21

1911
...it would lose no time in falling under the same stigma. quisitors to put into their mouths—tales published through the reading of these confessions...sixteenth century that it began to tell on public polity. 17 Till that time, as I too believe, the idea of maleficium, or actual harm, played a larger...
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