Dæmonologie, 1597 [by] King James the First. Newes from Scotland, declaring the damnable life and death of Doctor Fian, a notable sorcerer who was burned at Edenbrough in Ianuary last, 1591.
|Main Author:||James I, King of England, 1566-1625.|
|Other Authors:||Harrison, G. B. 1894-1991., Carmichael, James, 1542 or 1543-1628,|
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Witchcraft > Scotland.
Includes facsims. of the original title pages.
Reprint of the ed. first published in 1924.
Newes from Scotland has been ascribed to James Carmichael, minister of Haddington. Cf. Sir James Melville, Memories, p. 195, and D. Webster, Collection of tracts on witchcraft, etc., 1820, p. 38.
xv, 81, 29 p.
|Original Classification Number:||BF1521 .J28 1597 ab|
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