Witches -- Ireland -- 17th century. : The wonderfull and true relation of the bewitching a young girle in Ireland, [electronic resource] : what way she was tormented, and a receipt of the ointment that she was cured with.
Witches; or, Harlequin salamander. : Not acted here this 4 years. On Wednesday evening, 8th January, will be presented ... Wild oats: or, The stroling [sic] gentleman. ..l. To which will be added ... The Witches; or, Harlequin salamander. ... [electronic resource].
Witches: or, The enchanted cauldron. : New theatre, Providence. On Wednesday evening, September 16th, [electronic resource] : will be presented, a tragedy (written by Addison) never performed here, called Cato. ... To which will be added ... the Witches: or, The enchanted cauldron.
Witches -- Scotland -- Pittenweem -- Early works to 1800. : A true and full relation of the witches at Pittenweem. [electronic resource] : To which is added by way of preface, an essay for proving the existence of good and evil spirits, relating to the Witches at Pittenweem, now in Custody, with Arguments against the Sadducism of the Present Age.
With, Witte Corneliszoon de, 1599-1658 -- Early works to 1800. : A list of the ships taken by the fleet of the Common-wealth of England, since the late engagement of the Admirall Trump, neer Dover (contrary to the law of nature, and customs of nations) at the same time that three of their embassadors were here treating of peace [electronic resource] : with the Parliaments answer to the paper of the Lord Paw, wherein he desired them to propound what they thought reasonable and just to compose the present differences between them and the States Generall of the United Provinces.
With, Witte Corneliszoon de, 1599-1658 -- Humor -- Early works to 1800. : The Dutch-mens pedigree [electronic resource] : or A relation, shewing how they were first bred, and descended from a horse-turd, which was enclosed in a butter-box. Together with a most exact descripton of that great, huge, large, horrible, terrible, hideous, fearful, ... prodigious, preposterous horse that shit the same turd; who had two faces on one head, the one somwhat resembling the face of a man, the other the face of a horse, the rest of his body was like the body of an horse, saving that on his shoulders he had two great fish finns like the finns of whales, but far more large: he lived somtime on land, but most in water; his dyet was fish, roots, ... A very dreadful accident befel him, the fear hereof set him into such a fit of shiting, that he died thereof: ... Also how the Germans following the directions of a conjurer, made a very great box, and smeared the in-side with butter, and how it was filled with the dung which the said monstrous horse shit: out of which dung within nine days space sprung forth men, women, and children; the off-spring whereof are yet alive to
Witham (England) -- History -- Early works to 1800. : Strange and lamentable news from the county of Essex [electronic resource] : being a true relation of a wonderful and sad accident which happned [sic] on Tuesday the tenth of July, to a country farmer near Witham in the said county, who being in a field at plow, flung a stone at one of his horses, and slew his boy, and afterwards went home, and hang'd himself in his own orchard : also the manner how his wife (leaving her young child on a table) followed him into the orchard, and returning again finding the childes neck broke, she took a knife and kill'd herself : the truth of this is averred by Mr. Ponder minister living in the aforesaid town of Witham.