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By Foulsham, Edwin Raphael

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If they see the species of any person who is sick to death they see them covered over with the shrouding sheet. These general [instances] I had verified to me by such of them as did see and were esteemed honest and sober by all the neighbourhood, for I enquired after such for my information. And because there were more of these seers in the Isles of Lewis, Harris, and Uist than in any other place, I did entreat Sir James MacDonald, who is now dead, Sir Normand Macleud, and Mr Daniel Morrison, a very honest parson, who are [all] still alive, to make enquiry into this uncouth sight and to acquaint me therewith, which they did, and all found an agreement in these general [instances], and informed me of many [other] instances, confirming what they said.

These are matters of fact which I assure you are truly related. But these and all others that occurred to me [that is, which I encountered] by information or otherwise, could never lead me into a remote conjecture of the cause of so extraordinary a phenomenon. [I could not decide] whether it be a quality in the eyes of some people in those parts concurring with a quality in the air also. Whether such species [that is, visions] be everywhere though not seen by [that is for] the want of eyes so qualified, or from whatever other cause, I must leave to enquiry of clearer judgement than mine.

These examples] give a singular hint of the possibilities of the thing, if not a direct proof of the whole assertion; which [may] yet, moreover, be illuminated by diverse other instances of the like nature, and [just] as wonderful beside what is [said] above. [Such] as: 8. The invisible wights which haunt houses seem rather to be of our subterranean inhabitants, which appear often to men of the Second Sight, than [to be] evil spirits or devils. Though they throw great stones, pieces of earth, and wood, at the inhabitants, they hurt them not at all [just] as if they acted not maliciously like devils, but in sport like buffoons and drolls.

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