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Feats was a reputed sorcerer in Elizabethan London, whose familiar spirit was a black dog named Bomelius.[1] He was described by George Gifford in his A Dialogue Concerning Witches & Witchcrafts.[2]


  1. ^ Devil Dogs, p.26, Mark Stoyle, May 2011, BBC History Magazine
  2. ^ Gifford, George (1603; reprinted 1842). A Dialogue Concerning Witches & Witchcrafts. The Percy Society. p. 67.