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A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 17

Or the Tryals and Condemnation of three Notorious Witches


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News from Arpington near Bexby in Kent: Being a True Narrative of a yong Maid who was Possest with several Devils ..._, London, 1679.

_Strange and Wonderful News from Yowell in Surry; Giving a True and Just Account of One Elisabeth Burgess, Who was most strangely Bewitched and Tortured at a sad rate_, London, 1681.

_An Account of the Tryal and Examination of Joan Buts, for being a Common Witch and Inchantress, before the Right Honourable Sir Francis Pemberton, Lord Chief Justice, at the Assizes ... 1682._ Single leaf.

The four brochures next to be described deal with the same affair and substantially agree.

_The Tryal, Condemnation, and Execution of Three Witches, viz. Temperance Floyd, Mary Floyd, and Susanna Edwards. Who were Arraigned at Exeter on the 18th of August, 1682...._ London, 1682. Confirmed by the records of the gaol deliveries examined by Mr. Inderwick (_Side-Lights on the Stuarts_, p. 192).

_A True and Impartial Relation of the Informations against Three Witches, viz. Temperance Lloyd, Mary Trembles, and Susanna Edwards, who were Indicted, Arraigned, and Convicted at the Assizes holden ... at ... Exon, Aug. 14, 1682. With their several Confessions ... as also Their ... Behaviour, at the ... Execution on the Twenty fifth of the said Month_, London, 1682. This, the fullest account (40 pp.), gives

correctly the names of these three women, whom I still believe the last put to death for witchcraft in England.

_Witchcraft discovered and punished. Or the Tryals and Condemnation of three Notorious Witches, who were Tryed the last Assizes, holden at the Castle of Exeter ... where they received sentence of Death, for bewitching severall Persons, destroying Ships at Sea, and Cattel by Land. To the Tune of Doctor Faustus; or Fortune my Foe._ In the Roxburghe Collection at the British Museum. Broadside. A ballad of 17 stanzas (4 lines each) giving the story of the affair.

_The Life and Conversation of Temperance Floyd, Mary Lloyd and Susanna Edwards ...; Lately Condemned at Exeter Assizes; together with a full Account of their first Agreement with the Devil: With the manner how they prosecuted their devilish Sorceries ..._, London, 1687.

_A Full and True Account of the Proceedings at the Sessions of Oyer and Terminer ... which began at the Sessions House in the Old Bayley on Thursday, June 1st, and Ended on Fryday, June 2nd, 1682. Wherein is Contained the Tryal of many notorious Malefactors ... but more especially the Tryall of Jane Kent for Witchcraft_. This pamphlet is a brief summary of several cases just finished and has every evidence of being a faithful account. It is to be found in the library of Lincoln's Inn.

_Strange and Dreadful News from the Town of Deptford in the County of Kent, Being a Full, True, and Sad Relation of one Anne Arthur._ 1684/5. One leaf, folio.

_Strange newes from Shadwell, being a ... relation of the death of Alice Fowler, who had for many years been accounted a witch._ London, 1685. 4 pp. In the library of the Earl of Crawford. I have not seen it.

_A True Account of a Strange and Wonderful Relation of one John Tonken, of Pensans in Cornwall, said to be Bewitched by some Women: two of which on Suspition are committed to Prison_, London, 1686. In the Bodleian. This narrative is confirmed by Inderwick's records.

_News from Panier Alley; or a True Relation of Some Pranks the Devil hath lately play'd with a Plaster Pot there_, London, 1687. In the Bodleian. A curious tract. No trial.


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