Supernatural Early Works To 1900 : Histoires prodigieuses (édition de 1561) : édition critique / Pierre Boaistuau ; introduction par Stephen Bamforth ; texte établi par Stephen Bamforth et annoté par Jean Céard.; Boaistuau, Pierre,
Supernatural England Early Works To 1800 : God's marvellous wonders in England : containing divers strange and wonderful relations that have happened since the beginning of June, this present year 1694. I. A strange and wonderful shower of wheat that fell in Wiltshire, on the 27th. of June, 1694. of which people gathered considerable quantities in the fields and roads, &c. II. The Kentish wonder; or, an account of sundry grass fields sprouting up with corn, where none has been known to be sown for 4 years past, near Maidstone, in Kent in the grounds of an honest farmer, who who [sic] was very charitable to the poor in these hard times. III. An account of a terrible storm of hail, near Darlington, in the bishoprick of D[ur]ham, on the 2. of July, 1694. by which divers persons and cattel were hurt, and birds in their flight beat down dead; with the hailstones of 6 inches in circumference, in divers fo[r]ms, as swords, coronets divers sorts of fruits, &. IV. An account of a mighty monstrous whale app[e]aring off the mouth of the River Humber, of 40 foot in length on t
Supernatural In Musical Theater : Magic flutes & enchanted forests : the supernatural in eighteenth-century musical theater / David J. Buch.; Buch, David Joseph.
Supernatural In Opera : Magic flutes & enchanted forests : the supernatural in eighteenth-century musical theater / David J. Buch.; Buch, David Joseph.
Supernatural Miscellanea 17th Century : Wonderful and strange news from Scotland, : being a true and full relation of a person lately deceased at the town of Dumfreez, whose corps could by no art of man, or strength of cattle, be removed from the place where it lay. And when the house wherein it was, was wholly burnt down to the ground, the body, coffin, and table whereon it stood, remained whole and untoucht, and so continues to the great astonishment of all spectators. / Faithfully communicated by a person of quality, in a letter from the said town of Dumfreez. Dated Septemb. 8. 1673.
Supernatural Theology England 17th Century : The devil of Deptford. : Being a true relation of the strange disturbances, ludicrous feats, and malicious pranks of an evil spirit in the house of Mr. G. living in Back-Lane at Deptford near London, in April and May 1699. The truth whereof is known, and can be attested by a great number of the inhabitants of that town. / Published to prevent false reports.
Superstition Religious Aspects Christianity Early Works To 1800 : De origine erroris libri duo, Heinrychi Bullingeri. : In priore agitur de Dei ueri iusta inuocatione & cultu uero, de Deorum item falsorum religionibus & simulachrorum cultu erroneo. In posteriore disseritur de institutione & ui sacrae Coenae domini, & de origine ac progressu Missae papisticae, contra uarias superstitiones pro religione uera antiqua & orthodoxa..; Bullinger, Heinrich,
Superstition Religious Aspects Early Works To 1800 : The orders from the Hovse of Commons for the abolishing of superstition and innovation, in the regulating of church affaires : 1 concerning the communion table, 2 concerning the Sabbath day, 3 concerning images : September 1, 1641.; England and Wales.