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131. unidentified (scribe Boston2) [ID=108] (Total = 1)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe Boston2)
Hand of unidentified (scribe Boston2) in K01
132. unidentified (scribe Cambridge) [ID=111] (Total = 2)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe Cambridge)
Hand of unidentified (scribe Cambridge) in M01
133. unidentified (scribe correcting1) [ID=54] (Total = 1)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe correcting1)
Hand of unidentified (scribe correcting1) in ecca1269
134. unidentified (scribe correcting2) [ID=61] (Total = 0)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe correcting2)
Hand of unidentified (scribe correcting2) in ecca1329
135. unidentified (scribe D) [ID=13] (Total = 61)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe D)
Hand of unidentified (scribe D) in ecca1227
136. unidentified (scribe Depoestion) [ID=17] (Total = 3)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe Depoestion)
Hand of unidentified (scribe Depoestion) in ecca1284
137. unidentified (scribe depossittion) [ID=78] (Total = 2)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe depossittion)
Hand of unidentified (scribe depossittion) in ecca1192
138. unidentified (scribe e) [ID=47] (Total = 2)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe e)
Hand of unidentified (scribe e) in ecca1296
139. unidentified (scribe E) [ID=84] (Total = 1)
Sample of Hand of unidentified (scribe E)
Hand of unidentified (scribe E) in ecca1294
140. Unidentified (Scribe ffoster) [ID=125] (Total = 4)
Sample of Hand of Unidentified (Scribe ffoster)
Hand of Unidentified (Scribe ffoster) in H27
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This data has been compiled by Matti Peikola, Margo Burns, and Peter Grund, Associate Editors of Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt (Bernard Rosenthal, General Editor, Cambridge University Press, 2009).

Images used by permission of the archives which hold the individual manuscripts, and the University of Virginia, which hosts most of the digital versions, courtesy of Benjamin C. Ray. Additional images courtesy of Margo Burns.

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