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Secret bdsm letter to my wife

This documentation is the work of a private team, and as otherwise there isn´t any relevant research on the mysterious torture prison of the catholic inquisition, this is literally the only source of information about the Malefiz House of the Prince-Bishop Johann Georg II Fox of Dornheim .

This prison - in form of a church - was inaugurated in the winter of 1627 -
it was closed in february 1632 and it was torn down approximately in the year 1635.

We have laid great emphasis on authentic implementation - with no line we try to exaggerate this human catastrophe of the 17 th-century. All sources used are specified correctly and the number of casualties we have taken from the only scientific work about this time, of Dr. Brigitte Gehm. (The witch hunts in the Bishopric of Bamberg and the intervention of the Reichshofrat to its completion - 2002)

The existence and the cruel torture methods that were applied over approximately 54 months in this prison are documented in several hundred original document files that are nowadays located in the State Library and State Archives of Bamberg.

In the Malefiz House hundreds of men, women and children were tortured so cruelly and methodically, that they even denounced their own family members before then - almost without exception - "they were burnt to powder and ashes".

This documentation is the work of a private team, and as otherwise there isn´t any relevant research on the mysterious torture prison of the catholic inquisition, this is literally the only source of information about the Malefiz House of the Prince-Bishop Johann Georg II Fox of Dornheim .

This prison - in form of a church - was inaugurated in the winter of 1627 -
it was closed in february 1632 and it was torn down approximately in the year 1635.

We have laid great emphasis on authentic implementation - with no line we try to exaggerate this human catastrophe of the 17 th-century. All sources used are specified correctly and the number of casualties we have taken from the only scientific work about this time, of Dr. Brigitte Gehm. (The witch hunts in the Bishopric of Bamberg and the intervention of the Reichshofrat to its completion - 2002)

The existence and the cruel torture methods that were applied over approximately 54 months in this prison are documented in several hundred original document files that are nowadays located in the State Library and State Archives of Bamberg.

In the Malefiz House hundreds of men, women and children were tortured so cruelly and methodically, that they even denounced their own family members before then - almost without exception - "they were burnt to powder and ashes".

A letter dictated by Lethe Jackson's daughter Lucy Clarke to Clarke's son, Washington, April 11, 1843. This letter is in Virginia Campbell's handwriting. In the letter Clarke writes about the birth of her son, Washington's brother, gives him advice about how he should conduct his life, includes news of family members, and describes what is taking place on the plantation.

Addressed to his master, David Campbell Esqr., is also a letter from Jonathan Robinson in March 20, 1829 who states his extreme gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Robinson mentions a letter he received from Mr. Campbell in the previous year which may have requested that he return to the Campbell homestead. Robinson states having a wife and six children and has accumulated enough to purchase a comfortable house and therefore could not move to presumably reunite with the Campbells again.

Professor Norma Taylor Mitchell wrote an essay focusing on Hannah Valentine's role within the Campbell family, published in  Beyond Image and Convention: Explorations in Southern Women's History , edited by Janet L. Coryell et al, University of Missouri Press, Columbia (1998).

Also, letter dictated by a slave named Rebecca, to Judith Ellen Mordecai (grandaughter of Jacob Mordecai), August 29, 1852.  In the letter, Rebecca expresses her condolences to Ellen upon the death of her husband Sam Fox Mordecai.  It is unclear which of Ellen's cousins performed the dictation for Rebecca.  

secret bdsm letter to my wife

This documentation is the work of a private team, and as otherwise there isn´t any relevant research on the mysterious torture prison of the catholic inquisition, this is literally the only source of information about the Malefiz House of the Prince-Bishop Johann Georg II Fox of Dornheim .

This prison - in form of a church - was inaugurated in the winter of 1627 -
it was closed in february 1632 and it was torn down approximately in the year 1635.

We have laid great emphasis on authentic implementation - with no line we try to exaggerate this human catastrophe of the 17 th-century. All sources used are specified correctly and the number of casualties we have taken from the only scientific work about this time, of Dr. Brigitte Gehm. (The witch hunts in the Bishopric of Bamberg and the intervention of the Reichshofrat to its completion - 2002)

The existence and the cruel torture methods that were applied over approximately 54 months in this prison are documented in several hundred original document files that are nowadays located in the State Library and State Archives of Bamberg.

In the Malefiz House hundreds of men, women and children were tortured so cruelly and methodically, that they even denounced their own family members before then - almost without exception - "they were burnt to powder and ashes".

A letter dictated by Lethe Jackson's daughter Lucy Clarke to Clarke's son, Washington, April 11, 1843. This letter is in Virginia Campbell's handwriting. In the letter Clarke writes about the birth of her son, Washington's brother, gives him advice about how he should conduct his life, includes news of family members, and describes what is taking place on the plantation.

Addressed to his master, David Campbell Esqr., is also a letter from Jonathan Robinson in March 20, 1829 who states his extreme gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Robinson mentions a letter he received from Mr. Campbell in the previous year which may have requested that he return to the Campbell homestead. Robinson states having a wife and six children and has accumulated enough to purchase a comfortable house and therefore could not move to presumably reunite with the Campbells again.

Professor Norma Taylor Mitchell wrote an essay focusing on Hannah Valentine's role within the Campbell family, published in  Beyond Image and Convention: Explorations in Southern Women's History , edited by Janet L. Coryell et al, University of Missouri Press, Columbia (1998).

Also, letter dictated by a slave named Rebecca, to Judith Ellen Mordecai (grandaughter of Jacob Mordecai), August 29, 1852.  In the letter, Rebecca expresses her condolences to Ellen upon the death of her husband Sam Fox Mordecai.  It is unclear which of Ellen's cousins performed the dictation for Rebecca.