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... which no origin is yet assigned , was formed on a romance called Aurelio and Isabella , printed in Italian , Spanish , French , and English , in 1588.
... who came aboard his ship , by that voyager called a Patagonian , was the remote progenator of the servant - monster in The Tempest .
61 , speaking of beer , says “ So the overdecking or covering of beer came to be called berham , and afterwards barme . ” This very well supports Dr.
172 , says , “ that the Bermudas were so fearful to the world , that many called them The Isle of Devils . " . p . 174 : “ to all seamen no less terrible ...
This power was called The black Art , or Knowledge of Enchantment . The enchanter being ( as king James observes in his Demonology ) " one who commands the ...
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