The witch of Endor; or The witchcrafts of the Roman Jesebel: : in which you have an account of the exorcisms or conjurations of the papists, as they be set forth in their agends, benedictionals, manuals, missals, journals, portasses, which they use in their churches concerning the hallowing of water, salt, bread, candles ... Proposed and offered to the consideration of all sober Protestants. By Titus Oates, D.D.
|Main Author:||Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.|
|Related Names:||Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper Earl of 1621-1683|
London: : printed for Thomas Parkhurst, and Thomas Cockerill ..., 1679.
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Wing (2nd ed.) O82; ESTC R16959.
Signatures: [A]² B-N².
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