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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 5. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Margaret Smith's Journal (search)
hath strongly pressed me to visit him. One Caleb Powell, a seafaring man, having a good new boat, w her story; but here was her near neighbor, Caleb Powell, who could doubtless tell more concerning iter, I do myself know for a certainty, said Caleb Powell; for when I was at Port Royal, many years aomen in the cold regions about Norway, said Caleb Powell, as I have heard the sailors relate, who dom Morse's house is much talked of, and that Caleb Powell hath been complained of as the wizard. Mr.se's house at Newbury, and that the case of Caleb Powell was still before the Court, he being vehemeabolical noises. Goodman Morse here said that Powell, coming in, and pretending to pity their lamene in that time; which plainly showed that this Powell had the wicked spirits in his keeping, and couile with the boy, who did stoutly deny what Caleb Powell charged upon him, and showed a bruise whichwoman is now in the Boston jail. As to Caleb Powell, he hath been set at liberty, there being no p[1 more...]