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Part III, Third Head, Question XXXV

Finally, of the Method of Passing Sentence upon Witches who Enter or Cause to be Entered an Appeal, whether such be Frivolous or Legitimate and Just. But if the Judge perceives that the accused is determined to have recourse to an appeal, he must first take note that such appeals are sometimes valid and legitimate, […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXXIV

Of the Method of passing Sentence upon a Witch who Annuls Spells wrought by Witchcraft; and of Witch Midwives and Archer-Wizards. The fifteenth method of bringing a process on behalf of the faith to a definitive sentence is employed when the person accused of heresy is not found to be one who casts injurious spells […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXXIII

Of the Method of passing Sentence upon one who has been Accused by another Witch, who has been or is to be Burned at the Stake. The fourteenth method of finally concluding a process on behalf of the Faith is used when the person accused of heresy, after a careful discussion of the circumstances of […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXXII

Of One who is Convicted but who hath Fled or who Contumaciously Absents himself. The Thirteenth and last method of arriving at a definite sentence in a process on behalf of the Faith is used when the person accused of heresy, after a diligent discussion of the merits of the process in consultation with learned […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXXI

Of One Taken and Convicted, but Denying Everything. The twelfth method of finishing and concluding a process on behalf of the faith is used when the person accused of heresy, after a diligent examination of the merits of the process in consultation with skilled lawyers, is found to be convicted of heresy by the evidence […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXX

Of One who has Confessed to Heresy, is Relapsed, and is also Impenitent. The eleventh method of concluding and terminating a process on behalf of the Faith is used when the person accused of heresy, after a diligent discussion of the circumstances of the process in consultation with learned men, is found to have confessed […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXIX

The Method of passing Sentence upon one who hath Confessed to Heresy but is Impenitent, although not Relapsed. The tenth method of completing a process on behalf of the Faith by a final sentence is used when the person accused of heresy, after a careful examination of the circumstances of the process in consultation with […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXVIII

The Method of passing Sentence upon one who hath Confessed to Heresy but is Relapsed, Albeit now Penitent. The ninth method of arriving at a conclusive sentence in a process on behalf of the faith is used when the person accused of heresy, after a careful investigation of the circumstances of the process in consultation […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXVII

The Method of passing Sentence upon one who hath Confessed to Heresy, but is still not Penitent. The eighth method of terminating a process on behalf of the faith is used when the person accused of heresy, after a careful examination of the merits of the process in consultation with learned lawyers, is found to […]

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Part III, Third Head, Question XXVI

The Method of passing Sentence upon one who is both Suspect and Defamed. The seventh method of bringing to a conclusion a process on behalf of the faith is employed when the person accused of the sin of heresy, after a careful examination of the merits of the process in consultation with men learned in […]

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