Did you mayhaps mean betwixt?
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“_Moyses_: For that is the difference betuixt Gods myracles and the Deuils,”
“And that knauish and cunning woorkeman, by troubling him onely at some times, makes a proportion so neare betuixt the woorking of the one and the other, that both shall ende as it were at one time.”
“_The difference betuixt_ Necromancie _and_ Witch-craft: _What are the entressis, and beginninges, that brings anie to the knowledge thereof.”
“Manie poynts of their craft and practicques are common betuixt the _Magicians_ and them: for they serue both one Master, althought in diuerse fashions.”
“And by these meanes shall we saill surelie, betuixt”
“And yet is there no comparison, when this is done, betuixt the power of God, and of the Deuill.”
“(which were all utterly against all the rules of nature) it would breed no monster, but onely such a naturall of-spring, as would haue cummed betuixt that man or woman and that other abused person, in-case they both being aliue had had a doe with other.”
“Aberdeen witches in 1597 held their dance 'wpon Hallowewin last bypast, at tuelff houris at ewin or thairby' (or more particularly) 'betuixt tuell & ane houris at nycht'. [”
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