The Acceptance

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When there is no further evidence against a person but only this, that a specter in their shape does afflict a neighbor," Mather told Foster, "that evidence is not enough to convict.

Submitted: August 20, 2010

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When there is no further evidence against a person but only this, that a specter in their shape does afflict a neighbor," Mather told Foster, "that evidence is not enough to convict." He pointed out how far opinion had moved since the judges' acceptance of it as the essential form of evidence: "That the devils have a natural power which makes them capable of exhibiting what shape they please I suppose nobody doubts." Still, Mather believed that specter evidence could be useful in "an inquiry into the circumstances of the person accused."In his judgment, the judges had handled the controversial evidence properly.I do not know how to create school essays and I pay for help me write a paper because I have no other option


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