Witchcraft farther display'd : containing I. An account of the Witchcraft practis'd by Jane Wenham of Walkerne, in Hertfordshire, since her condemnation, upon the bodies of Anne Thorn and Anne Street, and the deplorable condition in which they still remain, II. An answer to the most general objections against the being and power of witches : with some remarks upon the case of Jane Wenham in particular, and on Mr. Justice Powel's procedure therein : to which are added, the tryals of Florence Newton, a famous Irish witch, at the assizes held at Cork, anno 1661, as also of two witches at the assizes held at Bury St. Edmonds in Suffolk, anno 1664, before Sir Matthew Hale, (then Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer) who were found guilty and executed ...

Bragge, Francis, b. 1690.
London : Printed for E. Curll ..., 1712.
[4], 39, [1] p. ; 19 cm. (4vo)
e-t; d,in e-ot ofaS (3) 1712 (A)
Wenham, Jane, d. 1730.
Powell, John, Sir, 1645-1713.
Hale, Matthew, Sir, 1609-1676.
Witchcraft -- Great Britain.
Witchcraft -- Ireland.
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Place of Publication:
England London.
Introduction signed: F.B. [i.e. Francis Bragge]
Signatures: A² B-F⁴.
Publisher's advertisement, [1] p. at end.
Local notes:
Lea Library copy is no. 4 in a vol. of 8 works bound together.
Lea Library copy has the bookplate of Henry Charles Lea on front pastedown and his autograph, dated 1909, on front free end paper.
Lea Library copy has the bookplate of Charles F. Cox on front pastedown; ms. notes in pencil on front free end paper; scrap of paper with bookseller's printed information laid in.
Penn Provenance:
Lea, Henry Charles, 1825-1909 (autograph) (bookplate)
Cox, Charles F. (bookplate)
Cited in:
ESTC T68954
Henry Charles Lea Library (University of Pennsylvania)
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