Demonology -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : The world turn'd upside down, or, A plain detection of errors, in the common or vulgar belief, relating to spirits, spectres or ghosts, dæmons, witches, &c. : in a due and serious examination of their nature, power, administration, and operation : in what forms or shape incorporeal spirits appear to men, by what means, and of what elements they take to themselves, and form appearances of bodies, visible to mortal eyes, why they appear, and what frights and force of imagination often delude us into the apprehensions of supposed phantasms, through the intimidation of the mind, &c. : also what evil tongues have power to produce of hurt to mankind, or irational creatures, and the effects men and women are able to produce by their communication with good or evil spirits, &c. / written at the request of a person of honour, by B.B., a Protestant minister for publick information.
Demonology -- France. : Demonolatry / by Nicolas Remy ; translated by E. A. Ashwin ; edited with introd. and notes by Montague Summers ; new pref. to 1974 ed. by Leslie Shepard.
Demonology -- France -- Arras -- Early works to 1800. : The Arras witch treatises : Johannes Tinctor's Invectives contre la secte de vauderie and the Recollectio casus, status et condicionis Valdensium ydolatrarum by the Anonymous of Arras (1460) / edited and translated by Andrew Colin Gow, Robert B. Desjardins, and François V. Pageau.
Demonology -- France -- Congresses. : Kunst der Täuschung - Art of Deception. Über Status und Bedeutung ästhetischer und dämonischer Illusion in der Frühen Neuzeit in Italien und Frankreich : Internationaler Workshop 4.-6.12.2014.
Demonology -- Great Britain -- 18th century. : A narrative of the sufferings and relief of a young girl; strangely molested by evil spirits and their instruments, in the west : collected from authentic testimonies, with a Preface and Postscript. Containing Reflections on what is most Material or Curious, either in the History or Trial of the Seven Witches who were condemned and Burnt in the Gallow Green, of Paisley.
Demonology -- History -- 16th -- Sources. : On witchcraft : an abridged translation of Johann Weyer's 'De praestigiis daemonum' / edited by Benjamin G. Kohl & H.C. Erik Midelfort ; translation by John Shea.