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David Webster - A collection Of Rare And Curious Tracts On Witchcraft And The Second Sight (12.9 MB)

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This volume according to John Ferguson in his "Bibliographical Notes on the Witchcraft Literature of Scotland" (Edinburgh, 1896-97) "is one of the best of the reprints of rare witchcraft tracts." (See Lea, note p.1331).Contains: - An Original essay on witchcraft - News from Scotland declaring the damnable life of Doctor Fian a notable sorcerer - Account of the foregoing transactions extracted from Sir James Melvil"s memoires - Extracts from King James"s Daemonology - An Answer of a letter from a gentleman in fiefe - An Accou... More >>>
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Author:      David Webster
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This volume according to John Ferguson in his "Bibliographical Notes on the Witchcraft Literature of Scotland" (Edinburgh, 1896-97) "is one of the best of the reprints of rare witchcraft tracts." (See Lea, note p.1331).

Contains:

- An Original essay on witchcraft

- News from Scotland declaring the damnable life of Doctor Fian a notable sorcerer

- Account of the foregoing transactions extracted from Sir James Melvil"s memoires

- Extracts from King James"s Daemonology

- An Answer of a letter from a gentleman in fiefe

- An Account of a horrid and barbarous murder

- A Just reproof to the false reports and unjust calumnies, in the foregoing letters

- A Copy of the indictment of the witches at Borrowstouness

- The Confessions of Helen Taylor in Eyemouth

- The Disposition of Memie Halaburtoun

- The declaration of John Kincaid

- The Trial of William Coke and Alison Dick, for witchcraft

- Minutes and proceedings of the session of Torryburn, in Fifeshire, concerning witchcraft

- A Discourse concerning second sight.