A Full Confutation of Witchcraft: More Particularly of the Depositions Against Jane Wenham, Lately Condemned for a Witch; at Hertford. ... In a Letter from a Physician in Hertfordshire, to His Friend in London, Volume 5
J. Baker, 1712 - 40 pages
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