The Tryal of Mary Blandy, Spinster; For the Murder of Her Father, Francis Blandy, Gent. at the Assizes Held at Oxford for the County of Oxford, on Saturday the 29th of February, 1752
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1752 edition. Excerpt: ...like it? Binfield. I have More...
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1752 edition. Excerpt: ...like it? Binfield. I have often, heard her talk of Walkings and Mufick In the Houfe that fhe had heard; fhe faid, fhe thought' it to be her Mother faying, the Mufick foretold her Father's Death. Council. Who h- fhe faid fo to? Binfield. She has told me fo. Council. How long ago? Binfield. For fome Time before her Father's Death; I believe for three Quarters of a Year. Council. How long did fhe continue talking in this Manner i Binfield. She did till hU Death; 1 have often heard her fay, he would die before Ofloter, Council. What Reafons did fhe give for that? Binfi;ld. By the Mufick; faying f1-had been informed that Mufick foieiris Death wiihin a Tvelv. nonth. Council. Who did fhe fay had informed her fo i Binfidd. She faid Mr. Cranjio-.m had been to fome famous Woman who had informed him fo, and named one Mrs. Morgan who lived either in ScotLr.d, or Lcnd: n; I can't fay which, . Council. Did fte exprefs herlclf glad or forry? Binfield. Glad, for that then fhe fhould foon be releafed from all her Fatigues, and toon be happy. Ccur.cti. Did fhe talk of the ftate of Health in which he was? Binfield. Sometimes fhe his faid, he has been very well, fome: times ill.' I remember I heard her fay that my Matter complained of a Ball of Fire in his Guts; I believe it was before the Menday he cat the Water-gruel, I un't particularly fay, I believe a Fortnight night before he died; then fhe faid Mr. Cranftoun had told-her of that famous Woman's Opinion about Mufick. Council. Do you remember the fir ft Time one Ann Emmett was taken ill? BinJUU. It was about a Month or fix Weeks before. Council. Do you know what Mifs Blanty ordered her in that Illnefs? Binfield. I do. She ordered her fome white Wine Whey, and Broth feveral Times. I made it two or three Times, ...