Cotton Mather on witchcraft :
being the wonders of the invisible world.
|Main Author:||Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.|
New York : Dorset Press, 1991.
Christianity / New England /
Christianity > Christianity / New England > Christianity / New England / 17th century.
Witchcraft > Witchcraft / New England.
Witchcraft > Witchcraft / Salem (Mass.)
New England > New England / History > New England / History / Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
A firsthand story of the Salem witch trials, with discourses on: Why the Devil picked New England for his work, the usual temptations offered to become a witch, the best means of discovering witches, and the best way to foil the temptations of the evil powers.
"First published at Boston in Octr. 1692 and now reprinted, with additional material and old wood-cuts, for the library of the fantastic & curious."
Subtitle on half t.p.: The wonders of the invisible world.
172 p. :
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