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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. S.
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London : J. Bumpus, 1827.
xvi, 438 pages : folded frontispiece ; (12mo)
By J. S. Forsyth. cf. Halkett and Laing, Dict. anon. and pseud., new ed., 1926, v. 2, p. 37.
Copy 2 Note: Alfred Percy Sinnett's copy, Inscription of A.T. and M. Atwood, 1859, and MS. notes probably by them. Frontispiece wanting. X8719