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A witch at her table being helped by her attendant: they are surrounded by various bottles, mortars and jars. Etching by W. Unger.Unger, William, 1837-1932Reference: 37987i
Demonologia; or, natural knowledge revealed; being an exposé of ancient and modern superstitions. Credulity, fanaticism, enthusiasm, & imposture, as connected with the doctrine, caballa, and jargon, of amulets, apparitions, astrology, charms, demonology ... witchcraft, &c / By J.S. F[orsyth].Forsyth, J. SDate: 1831
Elizabeth Sawyer, of Edmonton, Middlesex, who was executed for witchcraft in 1621. Etching, 1794.Date: 6 February 1794Reference: 38559i
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Roman Catholic ChurchDate: mid-18th centuryReference: MS.4251
Lives of the necromancers : or, An account of the most eminent persons in successive ages who have claimed for themselves, or to whom has been imputed by others, the exercise of magical power / By William Godwin.Godwin, William, 1756-1836Date: 1834