She recommended a ritual to Kemp using hog's dung , charnell,  sage and St John's wort. Ursula Kemp was hanged in Chelmsford in Anthropology in the Public Arena. In the sixteenth century and seventeenth centuries it was women who were almost exclusively persecuted as witches. The Palgrave Handbook of Sociology in Britain.
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Can I borrow this item? Troublesome universalist works by authors such as Margaret Murray were paralleled by the sturdy local histories of Notestein , George Lyman Kittridge , and Alan Macfarlane, Sociological explanations of the Salem witch trials, and of witch-hunts in the West more generally, have focused on economic transition, political instability, and the functional aspects of witchcraft belief. Professor Richard P Jenkins. Ursula Kemp was hanged in Chelmsford in
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New Paperback Quantity Available: The Subject of Prostitution. The making of great men: Helens respectively, prosecuted for practicing divination and witchcraft. Yardley Review of Allan Fels: You submitted the following rating and review. There needed to be another explanation for why prosperous males in early modern England turned to witchcraft.