Witchcraft England Essex Early Works To 1800 : A true and exact relation of the severall informations, examinations, and confessions of the late witches, arraigned and executed in the county of Essex. : Who were arraigned and condemned at the late sessions, holden at Chelmesford before the Right Honorable Robert, Earle of Warwicke, and severall of his Majesties justices of peace, the 29 of July, 1645. Wherein the severall murthers, and devillish witchcrafts, committed on the bodies of men, women, and children, and divers cattell, are fully discovered. Published by authoritie.; H. F.
Witchcraft England History 17th Century Drama : The witch of Edmonton / Thomas Dekker, John Ford and William Rowley for Prince Charles's Men at the cockpit and Whitehall ; revived by Queen Henrietta Maria's Men at the cockpit ; edited by Lucy Munro.; Dekker, Thomas,
Witchcraft England Huntingdon Early Works To 1800 : The witches of Huntingdon, : their examinations and confessions; exactly taken by his Majesties justices of peace for that county. Whereby will appeare haw craftily and dangerously the devill tempteth and seizeth on poore soules. The reader may make use hereof against hypocrisie, anger, malice, swearing, idolatry, lust, covetousnesse, and other grievous sins, which occasioned this their downfall.; Davenport, John,
Witchcraft England Norfolk Early Works To 1800 : The discovery of vvitches: : in answer to severall queries, lately delivered to the judges of the assize for the county of Norfolk. / And now published by Matthevv Hopkins, witch-finder. For the benefit of the whole kingdome.; Hopkins, Matthew,
Witchcraft England Northampton : The Full and true relation of the tryal, condemnation, and execution of Ann Foster : (who was arrained for a witch) on Saturday the 22th of this instant August, at the place of execution at Northampton : with the manner how she by her malice and vvitchcraft set all the barns and corn on fire belonging to one Joseph Weeden living in Eastcoat, and bewitched a whole flock of sheep in a most lamentable manner ... : and also in what likeness the Devil appeared to her while she was in prison, and the manner of her department at her tryal.
Witchcraft England St Albans Early Works To 1800 : The divels delusions or A faithfull relation of John Palmer and Elizabeth Knott two notorious vvitches lately condemned at the sessions of Oyer and Terminer in St. Albans. : Together with the confession of the aforesaid John Palmer and Elizabeth Knott, executed July 16. Also their accusations of severall vvitches in Hitchen, Norton, and other places in the county of Hartford.
Witchcraft France Early Works To 1800 : The life and death of Levvis Gaufredy : a priest of the Church of the Accoules in Marceilles in France, (who after hee had giuen him selfe soule and bodie to the Diuell) committed many most abhominable sorceries, but chiefly vpon two very faire young gentle-women, Mistris Magdalene of the Marish, and Mistris Victoire Corbier, whose horrible life being made manifest, hee was arraigned and condemned by the Court of Parliament of Aix in Prouince, to be burnt aliue, which was performed the last day of April. 1611. Together with the 53. articles of his confession. To which is annexed, a true discourse of a most inhumaine murther, committed by foure women witches, vpon a young gyrle, of about tenne yeares olde, who were all executed the 28. of Iune last past. Translated and faithfully collected out of two French copies, the one printed at Paris, the other at Roane. Anno. 1612.
Witchcraft Germany : Cautio criminalis, or, A book on witch trials / Friedrich Spee von Langenfeld ; translated by Marcus Hellyer.; Spee, Friedrich von,
Witchcraft Germany Bavaria History : Witchcraft persecutions in Bavaria : popular magic, religious zealotry and reason of state in early modern Europe / translated by J.C. Grayson and David Lederer.; Behringer, Wolfgang.
Witchcraft In The Bible Early Works To 1800 : The tryal of witchcraft: or, Witchcraft arraign'd and condemn'd. : In some answers to a few questions anent witches and witchcraft. Wherein is shewed, how to know if one be a witch, as also when one is bewitched: with some observations upon the witches mark, their compact with the Devil, the white witches &c.; Bell, John,
Witchcraft Lancashire England Early Works To 1800 : The vvonderfull discouerie of witches in the countie of Lancaster : VVith the arraignement and triall of nineteene notorious witches, at the assizes and general gaole deliuerie, holden at the castle of Lancaster, vpon Munday, the seuenteenth of August last, 1612. Before Sir Iames Altham, and Sir Edward Bromley, Knights; barons of his Maiesties Court of Exchequer: and iustices of assize, oyer and terminor, and generall gaole deliuerie in the circuit of the north parts. Together with the arraignement and triall of Iennet Preston, at the assizes holden at the castle of Yorke, the seuen and twentieth day of Iulie last past, with her execution for the murther of Master Lister by witchcraft. Published and set forth by commandement of his Maiesties iustices of assize in the north parts. By Thomas Potts Esquier.; Potts, Thomas,
Witchcraft Massachusetts : A brief and true narrative of some remarkable passages relating to sundry persons afflicted by witchcraft at Salem village, which happened from the nineteenth of March to the fifth of April, 1692 / collected by Deodat Lawson.; Lawson, Deodat.