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Sir Humphrey Winch (1555–1625) was an English-born politician and judge. He had a distinguished career in both Ireland and England, but his reputation was seriously damaged by the Leicester witch trials of 1616, which resulted in the hanging of several innocent women.

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London : Printed by George Sawbridge [and 4 others] for Thomas Basset ..., Richard Chiswell, and Benjamin Tooke ..., MDCLXXX [1680]
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