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A History Of Witchcraft In England From 1558 To 1718

A History Of Witchcraft In England From 1558 To 1718

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A History Of Witchcraft In England From 1558 To 1718

by Wallace Notestein

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Washington, D.C.: The American Historical Association, 1911. "To this Essay was awarded the Herbert Baxter Adams Prize In European History for 1909", and Quite Indispensable. Original textured cloth binding shows light extremity wear, with small scuff to top edge (see scan). Gold Gilt spine title remains extremely bright. Square, spine rounded, edges remain perfectly concave with light age darkening. Hinges cracking, and common due to the heavy text block, but boards fully secure without issue, sewn binding remains Extremely tight. Original owner to pastedown dated 1913, otherwise internally Clean and Unmarked. Retains an old mylar, removed for scan. [Coumont N35.1.]. First Edition. Hard Cover, Cloth, Sewn. Very Good. 8vo - over 7½" tall.

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Title
A History Of Witchcraft In England From 1558 To 1718
Author
Wallace Notestein
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
The American Historical Association
Place of Publication
Washigton, D.C.
Date Published
1911
Size
8vo - over 7½" tall
Weight
0.00
Keywords
Witchcraft, Witch, Heresy, Occult, Folk lore, Magic, Magick, Devil, Possession, Charms, Sex, Spells, Sabbat, Grimoire, Religious Psychology, Philosophy, Comparative Religion, James I, Reginald Scot, Lancashire, Matthew Hopkins, Glanvil, Webster

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