Witchcraft Scotland 17th Century Early Works To 1800 : Representation by the Sheriff Depute of Ross, Commissioners of the Justiciary and Supply, and of the justices of the peace within the district of Ardmanach. : To the committee of His Majesties most honourable Privy Council, to whom the consideration of the petition anent the witches in the parish of Kilernan was remitted.; Ross (Scotland).
Witchcraft Scotland Renfrewshire : A relation of the diabolical practices of above twenty wizards and witches of the sheriffdom of Renfrew in the kingdom of Scotland, contain'd in their tryalls, examinations, and confessions, and for which several of them have been executed this present year, 1697
Witchcraft Sierra Leone : Memories of the slave trade : ritual and the historical imagination in Sierra Leone / Rosalind Shaw.; Shaw, Rosalind.
Witches Great Britain 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,
Witches History To 1500 : Crafting the witch [electronic resource] : gendering magic in medieval and early modern England / by Heidi Breuer.; Breuer, Heidi,
Witches Ireland 17th Century : The wonderfull and true relation of the bewitching a young girle in Ireland, : what way she was tormented, and a receipt of the ointment that she was cured with.; Higgs, Daniel.
Witham England History Early Works To 1800 : Strange and lamentable news from the county of Essex : being a true relation of a wonderful and sad accident which happned [sic] on Tuesday the tenth of July, to a country farmer near Witham in the said county, who being in a field at plow, flung a stone at one of his horses, and slew his boy, and afterwards went home, and hang'd himself in his own orchard : also the manner how his wife (leaving her young child on a table) followed him into the orchard, and returning again finding the childes neck broke, she took a knife and kill'd herself : the truth of this is averred by Mr. Ponder minister living in the aforesaid town of Witham.
Wither George 1588 1667 Hymnes And Songs Of The Church : The schollers purgatory : discouered in the Stationers common-wealth, and discribed in a discourse apologeticall, asvvell for the publike aduantage of the Church, the state & vvhole common-vvealth of England, as for the remedy of priuate iniuryes. By Geo: VVither.; Wither, George,
Wither George 1588 1667 Hymns And Songs Of The Church : An abstract of His Maiesties royall priuiledge, graunted vnder the great seale of England, to George VVither, master of arts, concerning his booke intituled, The hymnes and songs of the church; England and Wales.