Narratives of the witchcraft cases, 1648-1706, edition by George Lincoln Burr ... with three facsimiles.


New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1914.

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Other Authors Burr, George Lincoln, 1857-1938.
Subjects Nouvelle-Angleterre -- Histoire -- ca 1600-1775 (PeĢriode coloniale)
Sorcellerie -- Nouvelle-Angleterre.
Sorcellerie.
United States.
Witchcraft -- United States.
Witchcraft.
Series Original narratives of early American history.
Description xviii, 467 pages 3 facsimile 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1914.
Contents From "An essay for the recording of illustrious providences" ... by Increase Mather, 1684.--The New York cases of Hall and Harrison, 1665, 1670.--"Lithobolia, or The stone-throwing devil", by Richard Chamberlain, 1698.--The Pennsylvania cases of Mattson, Hendrickson, and Guard, 1684, 1701.--"Memorable providences, relating to withcrafts and possessions", by Cotton Mather, 1689.--"A brief and true narrative of withchcraft at Salem village", by Deodat Lawson, 1692.--Letter of Thomas Brattle, F.R.S., 16902.--Letters of Governor Phips to the home government, 1692, 1693.--From "The wonders of the invisible world", by Cotton Mather, 1693.--A brand pluck'd out of the burning", by Cotton Mather, 1693.--From "More wonders of the invisible world", by Robert Calef.--From "A modest inquiry into the nature of witchcraft", by John Hale, 1702.--The Virginia case of Grace Sherwood, 1706.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)758990
(OCoLC)ocm00758990
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