Sidonia first prayed her Grace to forgive her for the love of God, and she would learn the whole catechism by heart. But as this had no effect, then she wept and lamented loudly, and at length fell down upon her knees before her Grace, who would, however, be neither moved nor persuaded; and when Sidonia threatened at last to leave her room, the Duchess went out, locked the door, and put the key in her pocket. The prisoner howled enough then, I warrant.
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Sidonia The Sorceress V1. byWilliam Mienhold. Expand/Collapse Synopsis. 10 - 11 Hours to read.
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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. but seeks to learn it from the young Prince of Wolgast. How the young Prince prepared a petition to his mother, the Duchess, in favour of Sidonia-Item, of the strange doings of the Laplander with his magic drum. Sidonia the Sorceress" and "The Amber Witch" (which is included in the second volume) are unusual examples of Victorian supernatural horror. The stories are set in the Duchy of Pomerania during the late 16th and early 17th Centuries, a time of great political and social turmoil in Northern Europe, culminating in the appallingly vicious "Thirty Years War", which also coincided with the height of the virulent mass psychosis of the Witchcraft Persecutions.
Sidonia the sorceress. From the reception of sidonia into the convent at marienfliess up till her execution, august 19TH, 1620. Chapter IV. How Dorothea Stettin is talked out of the sub prioret by Sidonia, and the priest is prohibited from visiting the convent. CHAPTER V. How Sidonia wounds Ambrosia von Guntersberg with an axe, because she purposed to marry And prays the convent porter, Matthias Winterfeld, to death For these, and other causes, the reverend chaplain refuses to shrive the sorceress, and denounces her publicly from the altar
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She was accused of having by her sorceries caused sterility in many families, particularly in that of the ancient reigning house of Pomerania, and also of having destroyed the noblest scions of that house by an early and premature death. Classic Literature Fiction.