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SWP No. 13.5

(Indictment No. 4 v. Bridget Bishop, for Afflicting Elizabeth Hubbard)

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[+ June 2, 1692]

Anno Regni Regis et Reginae Willim et
Mariae nunc Angliae &'c Quarto./.

Essex ss

The Juro'r for our Sovereigne Lord & Lady the King
& Queen p'rsent#[s] that Bridgett Bishop als Olliver the wife of
Edward Bishop of Salem in the County of Essex Sawyer -- the Nyneteenth Day
of April -- in the fourth year of the Reigne of our Sovereigne Lord
& Lady William & Mary by the grace of God of England. Scottland
France. & Ireland King and Queen Defend'r of the faith &'c and
Divers other Dayes & times as well before, as after certaine De-
testable Arts, called Witchcrafts & Sorceries, Wickedly and fellon-
iously hath used Practised, & Exercised, at and within the Towneship
of Salem in the County of Essex afores'd in and upon
and ag't one Elizabeth Hubbard of Salem Village in the County afores'd
singlewoman -- by which said wicked arts the said Elizabeth Hubbard the
s'd Nyneteenth Day of April -- in the fourth year aboves'd
and divers other dayes, and times as well before as after was & is
hurt tortured Afflicted Pined Consumed, wasted, and tormented ag't the
Peace of our s'd Sovereigne Lord & Lady the King and Queen, and
ag't the forme of the Statute in that Case. made and Provided./.

Wittnesses
Elizabeth Hubbard
Mercy Lewis
M'r Sam'll paris
Nathan'll Ingersoll
Thomas puttnam
Ann puttnam Jun'r
Mary Walcott
abigail Williams,

(Reverse) (4)
Billa vera:
*John Rucke formane in the name of the Rest
( Essex County Court Archives, vol. 1, no. 123.)