Skevi-Kare, a small sect in Sweden. In 1734 a little society of Pietists, driven from Denmark and other countries, took shelter on the little isle of Wermdoc, near Stockholm. Their contempt for the established worship had drawn them into disagreeable circumstances, but in 1746 they were permitted to fix themselves on this island, where their descendants still remain. Having taken the domain of Skevic, they are called Skevi-Kare.

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