Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Alnwick -- Early works to 1800. : Wonderfull newes from the north. Or, A true relation of the sad and grievous torments, inflicted upon the bodies of three children [electronic resource] : of Mr. George Muschamp, late of the county of Northumberland, by witch-craft: and how miraculously it pleased God to strengthen them, and to deliver them: as also the prosecution of the sayd witches, as by oaths, and their own confessions will appear, and by the indictment found by the jury against one of them, at the sessions of the peace held at Alnwick, the 24. day of April, 1650. Novemb. 25. 1650. Imprimatur, John Dovvname.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Chelmsford -- Early works to 1800. : A true and exact relation of the severall informations, examinations, and confessions of the late witches, arraigned and executed in the county of Essex. [electronic resource] : Who were arraigned and condemned at the late sessions, holden at Chelmesford before the Right Honorable Robert, Earle of Warwicke, and severall of his Majesties justices of peace, the 29 of July, 1645. Wherein the severall murthers, and devillish witchcrafts, committed on the bodies of men, women, and children, and divers cattell, are fully discovered. Published by authoritie.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Chenford. : A true relation of the araignment of thirty witches at Chensford in Essex, before Judge Coniers, fourteene whereof were handged on Friday last, July 25, 1645 ... [microform] : setting forth the confessions of the principall of them : also shewing how the divell had carnall copulation with Rebecca West, a young maid...
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Devon. : 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 for the county of Devon, at the castle of Exon, Aug. 14, 1682 [microform] : with their several confessions, taken before Thomas Gist, Mayor, and John Davie, alderman, of Biddiford, in the said county, where they were inhabitants : as also, their speeches, confessions and behaviour at the time and place of execution on the twenty fifth of the said month.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Essex. : A true and exact relation of the severall informations, examinations, and confessions of the late witches, arraigned and executed in the County of Essex [microform] : who were arraigned and condemned at the late sessions, holden at Chelmesford before the Right Honorable Robert, Earle of Warwicke ... the 29th of July, 1645 ... / published by authoritie.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- London. : A declaration in answer to several lying pamphlets concerning the witch of Wapping [microform] : being a more perfect relation of the arraignment, condemnation, and suffering of Jone Peterson, who was put to death on Munday the 12 of April, 1652. Shevving the bloudy plot and wicked conspiracy of one Abraham Vandenbemde, Thomas Crompton, Thomas Collet, and others.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Maidstone -- Early works to 1800. : An Account of the trial, confession & condemnation of six witches [electronic resource] : at Maidstone, in the county of Kent, at the assizes held there July 1652, before Sir Peter Warburton, one of the justices of the Common Pleas : to which is added the trial, examination and execution of three witches executed at Faversham, in the same county, September 1645.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Northampton. : The Full and true relation of the tryal, condemnation, and execution of Ann Foster [electronic resource] : (who was arrained for a witch) on Saturday the 22th of this instant August, at the place of execution at Northampton : with the manner how she by her malice and vvitchcraft set all the barns and corn on fire belonging to one Joseph Weeden living in Eastcoat, and bewitched a whole flock of sheep in a most lamentable manner ... : and also in what likeness the Devil appeared to her while she was in prison, and the manner of her department at her tryal.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Suffolk. : Pleas of the crown [electronic resource] : In two parts. Or, a methodical summary of the principal matters relating to that subject. With several hundred references, never before printed, to the ancient and modern books of the law. And likewise three other treatises by Sir Matthew Hale; viz. of sheriffs accompts, trial of witches, and provisions for the poor. By Sir Matthew Hale, ... Second part being a continuation of the pleas of the crown, ... By Giles Jacob, ...
Trials (Witchcraft) -- England -- Wapping -- 17th century -- Early works to 1800. : A declaration in answer to several lying pamphlets concerning the witch of Wapping [electronic resource] : being a more perfect relation of the arraignment, condemnation, and suffering of Jone Peterson, who was put to death on Munday the 22 of April, 1652. Shewing the bloudy plot and wicked conspiracy of one Abraham Vandenbernde, Thomas Crompton, Thomas Collet, and others.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- Europe -- Early works to 1800. : Animavversioni critiche sopra il notturno congresso delle lammie [microform] : per modo di lettera indiritte ad un letterato ; s'aggiugne Il discorso del P. Gaar sulla strega d'Erbipoli, la risposta dello stesso alle note, il ragguaglio sulla strega di Salisburgo, e il compendio storico della stregheria.
Trials (Witchcraft) -- Europe -- History -- Congresses. : Hexenprozess und Staatsbildung = Witch-trials and state-building / herausgegeben von Johannes Dillinger, Jürgen Michael Schmidt und Dieter R. Bauer ; in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Institut für Geschichtliche Landeskunde und Historische Hilfswissenschaften der Universität Tübingen.