2 edition of The water witches found in the catalog.
The water witches
Joseph Stirling Coyne
by Thomas Hailes Lacy, 89, Strand, (Opposite Southampton Street, Covent Garden Market, London in London
Written in English
First performed at the Theatre Royal, EnglishOpera House, 7th June, 1842.
|Statement||by J. Stirling Coyne authorof Binks the bagman-Did you ever send your wife to Camberwell?-Helen Oakleigh-Richard the Thirde-My friend the captain-Queer subject-Queen of the Abruzzi-Railway bubbles-Spirit of the fountain-The signal-Telemachus-Valsha-Wae Witches-Trumpeter"s daughter-Merchant and his clerks-Tipperary legacy-Mrs. Bunbury"s spoons-Our national defences-Vicar of Wakefield-Unprotected female-The house to be sold-How to settle accounts with your laundress-A thousand young milliners-Box and Coxmarried and settled-Hope of the family-Pas de fascination-Fraud and its victims-Catching a mermaid-Presented at court-What will they say at Bbrompton?-Leo the terrible-Secret agent-Latest from New York-Old chateau-The love knot-Nothing venture nothing win-Man of many friends- Everybody"s Friend, &c.&c.&c.|
|Contributions||Lacy, Thomas Hailes, publisher.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Reading Group Guide. Reading Group Guide 1. Chris Bohjalian's novel Water Witches explores the phenomenon of "dowsing" which is described as the practice of "divining underground water with a stick" (page 3).
Within the dowsing community there are those who believe anyone can dowse and those, like Patience Avery, who insist "that only select people have the power" (page 7).Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Water is associated with baptism, and thus the water of the river rejects the witch as satanic. This type of trial was carried out as late as the s. Robert Burns, writing a note to his poem “Tam O’Shanter” in says: “It is a well known fact that witches, or any evil spirits, have no power to follow a poor wight any farther than.