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Massé, (Pierre) De l' Imposture et Tromperie des Diables, Devins, Enchanteurs, Sorciers, &c.
qui, par Invocation Diabolique, &c. abusent le peuple. 8m. 800. Benoist, (M. R.) Traicté enseignant en bref les causes des Malefices, Sortilèges, et Enchan
teries, &c. pour empecher l'action et exercice du mariage, &c. sm. 8vo. ib, 1579 Discours Admirable, &c. des choses advenues en la Ville de Mons en Hainaut, à l'endroit d'une Religieuse possessée, et depuis delivrée, &c. 800. .
Douay, 1586 Heretical Tracts. 1 vol. 4to. containing, 1. Fowler's (Rev. Christ.) Daemonium Meridianum. Satan at Noon, &c. &c. Relation of the Proceed
ings of the Commissioners of the County of Berks, authorized by the Ordinance for Ejection against John Pordage, late Minister of Bradfield, &c. 2 parts.
. . Lond. 1656 See Prose Works, vol. i. p. 220. 2. Claxton's (Laur.) A Single Eye, All Light, No Darkness ; or Light and Darkness One, &c. ib. no date. 3. — Lost Sheep Found; or the Prodigal returned to his Father's house, &c. &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. .
. . . ib. 1660 See Prose WORKS, vol. xviii. pp. 85-89.
Mémoires Authentiques, &c. du Comte de Cagliostro. 12mo. . . Par. 1786 Salmasii (Cl.) De Annis Climactericis, et Antiqua Astrologia, Diatribae. sm. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1648
Par. 1623 Tracts on Witchcraft, &c. 1 vol. 800. containing, 1. Michaelis's (Sebast.) Admirable History of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman, seduced by a Magician, that made her to become a Witch, &c...
. Lond. 1613 2. Glanvill's (Jos.) Philosophical Endeavour towards the Defence of the Being of Witches and Apparitions, &c. : : : : :
. ib. 1666 Discourse on Witchcraft ; occasioned by a Bill, now depending in Parliament to repeal the Statute of K. James I. &c. In seven Chapters. 8vo.
. . . ib. 1736 See Letters on Demonology, p. 264. Gifford's (Rev. Geo.) Dialogue concerning Witches and Witchcrafts, &c. B. L. 4to. ib. 1603 Beaumont's (John) Historical, Physiological, and Theological Treatise of Spirits, Apparitions,
Witchcrafts, &c. With a Refutation of Bekker's World Bewitch’d, &c. (Attributed to Daniel Defoe.) 800.
. . ib. 1705 See PROSE WORKS, vol. iv. pp. 258-9. Hutchinson's (Rev. Dr. Francis) Historical Essay concerning Witchcraft. With Observations upon Matters of Fact, &c. Also, Two Sermons. 2d edit. 800. .
ib. 1720 See Letters on Demonology. Du Lude's (Comte) Aaspovonoyin: or a Treatise of Spirits, &c. With an Appendix containing Reflections on Boulton's Answer to Dr. Hutchinson's Historical Essay, &c. Lond. 1723. -The Ax laid to the Root of Popery, &c. by the same. ib. 1721. 800.
Trial of Richard Hathaway, at Surrey Assizes, 24th March 1702, on an information for being
a Cheat and Impostor, and endeavouring to take away the life of Sarah Murduck, on a false
accusation of Witchcraft, &c. 8vo. . . . . . Lond. 1754 Authentic, &c. Narrative of the astonishing Transactions at Stockwell in Surrey, on the 6th and 7th of January 1772, &c. 8vo. . .
. ib. 1772 . See Letters on Demonology, p. 365. Exact Narrative of many surprising Matters of Fact, uncontestably wrought by an Evil Spirit,
in the House of Master Jan Smagge, Farmer, &c. in Essex, on the 10th, 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th September last, &c. 800.. .
. . ib. 1709 Witches apprehended, examined, and executed, &c. The severall and damnable practices of
Mother Sutton, and Mary Sutton, her daughter, of Milton Milles, &c. B. L. 4to. ib. no date. Taylor's (Jos.) Apparitions : or, the Mystery of Ghosts, Hobgoblins, and Haunted Houses de
veloped, &c. 2d edit. 8vo. . . . . . . ib. 1815 History of the damnable Life and deserved Death of Dr. John Faustus, &c. Lond. 1690.
Second Report of Dr. John Faustus, declaring how he was amongst the Infernal Spirits, &c.
ib. 1680. B. L. 4to. Maieri (Michaelis) Symbola Aurea Duodecim Nationum, &c. Francof. 1617.-Ejusdem Jocus
Severus, &c. ib. 1617.—Ejusdem Lusus Serius, &c. Oppenh. 1619.-Ejusdem Tractatus de Circulo physico, quadrato, hoc est Auro, &c. ib. 1616.—4to. - Tripus Aureus, hoc est, Tres Tractatus Chimici, &c. 1. Basil Valentini Practica, &c.
2. Thomae Nortoni Crede Mihi, &c. 3. Cremeri Testamentum. 4to. Franc. 1618 Scoti (Michaelis) Liber Physionomiae. editio princeps. 4to. wants title. [M.ccc.lxxv11.] Lilly's (William) Christian Astrology, modestly treated in 3 books, &c. 4to. Lond. 1647
Starry Messenger, or Interpretation of that strange Apparition of three Suns, seen in London 16th November 1644, being the Birth Day of King Charles. 4to. . ib. 1645 - Collection of Ancient and Modern Prophecies concerning these present times, &c. 4to.
ib. 1645 - Astrologicall Prediction of the Occurrances in England, part of the yeers 1648, 1649, and 1650. 4to.
. ib. 1648 Poole's (John) Country Astrology. In three books, &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 4to.
ib. 1650 Agrippa, (Hen. Corn.) of the Vanitie and Uncertaintie of Artes and Sciences. Englished by James Sandford, Gent. &c. B. L. 4to. . . . ib. H. Bynneman, 1575
See ProsE WORKs, vol. ii. pp. 295-6. - Three Books of Occult Philosophy. Translated by J. F. 4to. wants title. [ib. 1651]
See Letters on Demonology. A Bright Northern Star discovering the Fate of Great Britain, &c. 4to. wants title, but about 1650 Wharton's (Sir George, Bart.) Works. Collected into one entire volume. By J. Gadbury. With MS, note by Sir W. S. 8vo. ..
Lond. 1683 See Letters on Demonology, p. 336.
K— — ) Mag-astro-mancers posed and puzzel'd; or a Collection out of the best ap
proved Authors; containing Histories of Visions, Apparitions, Prophesies, &c. Also, of divers Astrological Predictions ; shewing as the wickedness of the former, so the vanity of the latter, &c. 4to. . . . . .
. Lond. 1657 Certaine Secrete Wonders of Nature ; containing a Description of sundry strange things, seeming monstrous in our eyes, &c. Gathered out of divers learned Authors, &c. (Translated from the French by E. Fenton.) B. L. 4to. . .
. ib. 1569 SHELF XIX. Lives of those eminent Antiquaries, Elias Ashmole, Esq. and Mr. William Lilly; written by themselves, &c. With several occasional Letters by Charles Burman. 8vo. ib. 1774
See Letters on Demonology, pp. 336-7; Prose WORKS, vol. vii. pp. 363-4. Aubrey's (John) Miscellanies upon the following subjects : 1. Day Fatality. 2. Local Fatality, &c. With his Life. 2d edit. 8vo. .
. ib. 1721 See POETICAL WORKs, vol. i. p. 209, &c. ; vol. ii. pp. 302, 323-5. Letters written by Eminent Persons in the 17th and 18th Centuries. To which are added,
Hearne's Journeys to Reading and to Whaddon Hall; and Lives of Eminent Men, by John Aubrey, Esq. Published from the originals in the Bodleian and Ashmolean Museum. With Illustrations, &c. by the Rev. Dr. Philip Bliss. 3 vols. bound in 2. 8vo. . ib. 1813
See POETICAL WORKs, vol. ix. p. 347 ; Note to Kenilworth, &c. Weissenbruch, (J. B.) Ausführliche Relation von der famosen Ziegeuner-Diebs-Mord und Räu
ber-Bande welche den 14 und 15 Nov. 1726, zu Giessen, &c. justificirt wurden, &c. With MS. note by Sir W. S. 4to.
. . . Franckf. 1727 Darrell's (Rev. John) True Narration of the strange and grievous Vexation of the Devil, of 7 persons in Lancashire, and William Somers of Nottingham, &c. 800.. . 1600
See SOMERS' Tracts, vol. ii. - Detection of that sinnful, shamful, lying, and ridiculous Discours of Samuel Harshnet, entituled “ A Discoverie of the fraudulent Practices of John Darrell.” 8vo. 1600
See Poetical Works, vol. ii. p. 293 ; Letters on Demonology. - True Relation of the grievous handling of William Sommers of Nottingham, &c. 4to.
reprint. Lond. 1641 Baddeley, (Ryc.) The Boy of Bilson : or a true Discovery of the late notorious Impostures of
certaine Romish Priests, in their pretended Exorcisme or Expulsion of the Divell out of a young boy, named William Perry, &c. 4to..
. . . ib. 1622 See Note to The Fortunes of Nigel. Cotta’s (Dr. John) Triall of Witchcraft, shewing the true and right methode of the discovery: with a Confutation of erroneous wayes. 4to. . . .
. i6. 1616 Howard's (Lord Henric) Defensative against the Poyson of supposed Prophecies, &c. which have beene causes of great disorder in the Commonwealth, &c. 4to.. . ib. 1583 See POETICAL WORKS, vol. v. &c.; Note to The Fortunes of Nigel.
Campbell's (Dr. John) Hermippus Redivivus : or the Sage's Triumph over Old Age and the
Grave ; wherein a method is laid for prolonging the Life and Vigour of Man, &c. 2d edit. With MS. notes. . .
. . Lond. 1749 Tracts on New England Witches, &c. 1 vol. 4to. containing,
1. Mather's (Rev. Cotton) Wonders of the Invisible World, &c. ib. reprinted for John Dunton, 1693 2. The same, second edition, greatly enlarged..
ib. 1693 3. Mather's (Increase) Farther Account of the Tryals of the New England Witches, &c. ib. 1693 4. Confession of Rebecca West of Colchester, in Essex, (shewing how she was married to the Devil.) ib. 5. Tryals of 4 Quakers for several great Misdemeanors, &c. before a Court of Quakers at Philadelphia, December 1692.
ib. 1693 See Letters on Demonology, pp. 265-272.
More Wonders of the Invisible World, &c. In five parts: 1. Cotton Mather's Account of the
Sufferings of Margaret Rule, &c. &c. Collected by Robert Calef, merchant of Boston, in
New England. 12mo. . . . Lond. 1700. reprinted Salem, 1823 Webster's (David) Collection of Rare and Curious Tracts on Witchcraft and the Second Sight.
With an Original Essay on Witchcraft. (Containing, 1, 2. Damnable Life of Dr. Fian, 1591. 3. Extract from K. James's Dæmonologie. 4-9. Letters, &c. about the Witches of Pittenweem, Borrowstouness, Eyemouth, Kirkaldy, and Torryburn. 10. Frazer’s Discourse concerning Second Sight. 1707.) 800.
. Edin. 1820 Glanvil's (Joseph) Saducismus Triumphatus ; or Full and Plain Evidence respecting Witches and Apparitions. In 2 parts, &c. 3d edit. 800. .
Lond. 1700 See Poetical Works, vol. vi. note 2 E; Letters on Demonology p. 123, &c. - Philosophical Considerations touching the Beingof Witches and Witchcraft,&c. 4to. ib.1667 Defoe's (Daniel) System of Magick, or History of the Black Art. Being an Historical Ac
count of Mankind's most early dealing with the Devil, and how the acquaintance on both sides first began. 8vo. .
. ib. 1727 Complete Wizzard. Collection of Authentic Narratives, &c. of Ghosts, &c. Instances of the effects
of Witchcraft ; Account of Haunted Houses ; and a Treatise on Magic. 800. ib. 1770 Sadducismus Debellatus, or True Narrative of the Sorceries and Witchcrafts exercised, &c.
upon Mrs. Christian, daughter of Mr. John Shaw of Bargarran, &c. &c. With Reflections upon Witchcraft in general, &c. 4to.
. . . ib. 1698 See Letters on Demonology, p. 261. J- , (Rev. T- ) Vindication of the Surey Demoniack as no Impostor; &c. a Reply to
Mr. Zachariah Taylor's Pamphlet, called the Surey Impostor, &c.—The Lancashire Levite rebuked; or a Farther Vindication of the Dissenters from Popery, Superstition, &c. unjustly charged upon them by Mr. Z. Taylor, &c. 4to. . . . . ib. 1698
See Letters on Demonology, p. 228. True and Impartial Relation of the information against three Witches, &c. convicted at the Assizes, &c. at Eson, 14th August 1682. With their Confessions and Speeches, &c. 4to. ib. 1682
See Letters on Demonology, p. 261.
Witch-Tracts. 1 vol. sm. 4to. containing,
1. Hopkins's (Matthew, witchfinder,) Discovery of Witches : in answer to severall Queries, &c. now pub
lished for the benefit of the whole Kingdom. . . . . Lond. 1647 2. Fairclough's (Rev. H.) True and Exact Relation of the several Informations, Examinations, and Con
fessions of the late Witches, &c. in the county of Essex, July 1645. . . ib. 1645 3. Magazine of Scandall, or a Heape of Wickednesse of two infamous Ministers, consorts, Thomas Fowkes, &c. and John Lowes, &c. With MS. notes by Dr. Lort and Mr. Bindley.. ib. 1642
See Letters on Demonology, pp. 247, note, 251, and 252.
In Lowes, of Wickedy of Essen, Sun
In C. Plinii Secundi Naturalis Historiae cap. 1 and 2, Libri xxx. Commentarius, Naturalis Magiae compend. rationem, &c. complectens. Cui adjecta est de Fascinationibus Disputatio, &c. Item, De Incantatione et Adjuratione, &c. Epistola; una cum Joann. Tritemii, &c. in
Libros suos Stegonographia, Epistola, sive Praefatio Apologetica. 4to. Wirezb. 1548 Bragge's (Rev. Francis) Witch of Walkerne. Being, 1. A Full and Impartial Account of the
Discovery of Sorcery and Witchcraft practis'd by Jane Wenham of Walkerne, in Hertfordshire, &c. With her Trial and Conviction, &c. March 4, 1711-12. 2. Witchcraft farther displayed, &c. 3. Defence of the Proceedings against Jane Wenham, &c. 4. General Preface to the whole. With MS. notice prefixed. 5th edit. 8vo. . Lond. 1712
See Letters on Demonology, p. 234. Full and Impartial Account, &c. (duplicate of No. 1, in the preceding). 2d edition. Lond. 1712.—The Case of the Hertfordshire Witchcraft considered, being an Examina
tion of a Book entitled a Full and Impartial Account, &c. 800. . . ib. 1712 The 30th of August. A Discourse of Newes from Prague in Bohemia, of a Husband, who, by
Witchcraft, had murthered 18 Wives, and of a Wife, who had likewise murthered 19 Hus
bands, &c. Translated out of the Dutch and French coppies. 4to. . . ib. 1622 Telfair's (Rev. Alexander) New Confutation of Sadducism, &c. Narrative of the wonderful expressions and actions of a Spirit which infested the house of Andrew Mackie of
Ringcroft in Galloway, from February to May, 1695. 4to. . . . ib. 1696 Briefe Description of the Notorious Life of John Lambe, otherwise called Doctor Lambe, &c. 4to. Amst. 1628. .
. . ib. repr. See Letters on Demonology, p. 337. Life and Death of the Merry Devill of Edmonton. With the pleasant pranks of Smug the
Smith, Sir John, and Mine Host of the George. Lond. 1631. 800. repr. ib. Nichols, 1819 Tales and Jests of Mr. Hugh Peters. Collected into one volume. Lond. 1660. 800.
repr. ib. Caulfield, 1807 Bordelon's (Abbé) History of the Ridiculous Extravagancies of Mons. Oufle ; occasioned by
his reading Books treating of Magick, &c. Translated from the French. 800. ib. 1711 Jackson's (Rev. Dr. Thomas) Treatise containing the Originall of Unbeliefe, Misbeliefe, or Misperswasions concerning the Veritie, Unitie, and Attributes of the Deitie, &c. 4to.
ib. 1625 See Lettors on Demonology, p. 175, &c.