Aug 4, 2011

Witchcraft Bibliography Project - DB9 std.

Abelove, H.  The Evangelist of Desire:  John Wesley and the Methodists.
        Stanford, Calif.:  Stanford University Press, 1990.

 An Act to Repeal the Statute . . . Intituled, an Act Against 
 Conjuration, Witchcraft, and Dealing with Evil and Wicked 
 Spirits.London:  n.p., 1736.

 Acts of the Privy Council of England.  New Series.  Edited by 
        J. R. Dasent.  32 vols.  Nendeln, Liechtenstein, Kraus, 1974

Addison, J.  The Drummer, or, The Haunted House, a comedy.  London:
        J. Tonson, 1716.

Ady, Thomas.  A Candle in the Dark, or, a treatise concerning the 
 Nature of witches and witchcraft:  being advice to judges, 
 sheriffes, . . .. Also printed as A perfect discovery of 
 witches:  shewing the divine cause of the distractionsof the 
 whole nationof England and of the Christian world . . ..  
        London:  Robert Ibbitson, 1656.

Ainsworth, William Harrison.  The Lancashire Witches. Nelson:
 Gerrard, 1965.

Akrigg, G. P. V. "The Literary Achievement of King James I,"  
 University of Toronto Quarterly 44 (1975): 115-29.

__________.  Letters of King James Vi and I.  Berkeley and London:
        University of California Press, 1984.  Willis DA391.J35 1984.

Allen, D. E.  The Naturalist in Britain:  A Social History.  London:
        A. Lane, 1976.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1994.

Almond, Philip C.  Heaven and Hell in Enlightenment England.  
        Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 1994.

Amussen, Susan Dwyer.  An Ordered Society: Gender and Class in Early
        Modern England.  Oxford and New York: Basil Blackwell, 1988.

[Asmussen, Susan D.  An Ordered Society: Gender and Class in Early
England. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1988.]

 Analytical Index to the Series of Records known as the 
 "Remembrancia, Preserved among the archives of the city of 
 London A.D. 1579-1664. Prepared for the Corporation of London, 
 compiled by William Henry Overall and Henry Charles Overall.  
        London:  E. J. Francis, 1878.

Anderson, Alan and Raymond Gordon. "The Uniqueness of English 
        Witchcraft: A Matter of Numbers?." British Journal of Sociology 
        30 (1979): 359-61.

__________.  "Witchcraft and the Status of Women - the Case of 
        England," British Journal of Sociology 29 (1978): 171-84.

Anglo, Sydney.  "Reginald Scot's Discoverie of Witches:  Scepticism and
        Sadduceeism."  In The Damned Art:  Essays in the Literature of
        Witchcraft, edited by Sydney Anglo, 106-39.  London:
        Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1977, 1985.

The Apprehension and Confession of Three Notorious Witches.
        Arreigned and by Justice Condemned and Executed at Chelmsforde
        in the Countye of Essex, the 5. day of Julye, last past.
        London: n.p., 1859.  In Blood and Knavery: A Collection of 
 English Renaissance Pamphlets and Ballads of Crime and Sin, 
        edited by Joseph H. Marshburn and Alan. R. Velie, 78-88.  
        Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1973.  An 
        extract can be found in Witchcraft in England, 1558-1618, 
        edited by Barbara Rosen, page#.  Amherst: University of 
        Massachusetts Press, 1969, 1991.

 The Apprehension, Arraignment and Execution of Elizabeth Abbot, 
 Alias Cebrooke, for a Cruell and Horrible Murder. . ..  London:
        Henry Gosson, 1608.

Arber, Edward, ed.  A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of
        Stationers in London, 1554-1640.  5 vols.  Gloucester, Mass.:
        Peter Smith, 1967.

Armstrong, Noel F.  Sussex Witchcraft.  St. Ives, England:  Pike,

Atkinson, John Christopher.  Forty Years in a Moorland Parish:
        Reminiscences and Researches in Danby in Cleveland.
        London:  Macmillan, 1891.

Aubrey, John (1626-97).  Aubrey's Brief Lives.  Edited by Oliver
        Lawson Dick.  London:  Secker and Warburg, 1950.  
        Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1962.  Ann Arbor, Mich.:  University of 
        Michigan Press, 1957.

Bacon, Sir Francis.  The Great Instauration (1620) and New Atlantis and
        the Great Instauration.  Edited by J. Weinberger.  Wheeling, 
        Ill.: Harlan Davidson, 1980.  2nd ed. 1989.

Baddeley, Richard.  The Boy of Bilson, or, A true discovery of the late
        notorious imposturesof certaine Romish priests in their 
 pretended exorcisme . . ..  London:  F. Kingston for W. Barret, 

Baker, John.  "Criminal Courts and Procedure at Common Law 1500-1800."
        In Crime in England 1500- 1800, edited by J. S. Cockburn,
        15-48.  London: Methuen, 1977.

Balleine, G. R. "Witchcraft in Jersey." Société jéraise bulletin
 13 (1939): 171-84.

Bann, Stephen.  The Clothing of Clio: A Study of Representations of 
 History in Nineteenth-Century Britain and France.  Cambridge: 
        Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Barkley, Heather.  "Liturgical Influences on the Anglo-Saxon Charms 
        Against Cattle Theft."  Notes and Queries 44 (1997):  450-2.

Barnes, T. G. "Examination before a Justice in the Seventeenth 
        Century." Somerset and Dorset Notes and Queries 27 (1955):  39-

Barrett, Francis.  The Magus, or Celestial Intelligencer being a 
        Complete System of Occult Philosophy.  In Three Books:  
        Containing the Antient and Modern Practice of the Cabalistic 
        Art, Natural and Celestial Magic, &c. . . .:  Exhibiting the 
        Sciences of Natural Magic; Alchymy, or Hermetic Philosophy . . 
        the Constellatory Practice, or Talismanic
        Magic . . .:  Magnetism, and Cabalistic or Ceremonial Magic . . 
        And Conjuration of Spirits.  To which is added Biographia 
        Antiqua, or the Lives of the Most Eminent Philosophers, Magi, 
        &c.  The Whole Illustrated with a Great Variety of Curious 
        Engravings.  London:  Lackington, Allen, 1801.

Barrow, Logie.  Independent Spirits:  Spiritualism and English 
 Plebeians, 1850-1910. London:  Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1986.

Barry, Jonathan.  "Hell upon Earth or the Language of the Playhouse."  
        In Languages of Witchcraft: Narrative, Ideology and Meaning in 
 Early Modern Culture, edited by Stuart Clark, 139-58. (London: 
        Macmillan Press Ltd., 2001).

__________. "Literacy and Literature in Popular Culture:  Reading and 
        Writing in Historical Perspective."  In Popular Culture in 
 England, c. 1500-1850, edited by T. Harris, 70-94.  London:  
        Macmillan, 1995.  New York: St. Martin's, 1995.

__________.  "Public Infidelity and Private Belief?  The Discourse of 
        Spirits in Enlightenment Bristol."  Unpublished conference 
        paper, 1994.

Barthes, Roland.  "The Death of the Author."  In Twentieth Century 
 Literary Theory, edited by K. M. Newton, page#.  Basingstoke:  
 Macmillan, 1988.  2nd ed.  Basingstoke:  Macmillan, 1997, 

Basham, Dianna.  The Trial of a Woman:  Feminism and the Occult 
 Sciences in Victorian Literature and Society.  Basingstoke:  
        Macmillan, 1992.  New York:  New York University Press, 1992.

Batty / Battus, Batholomeus.  The Christian Man's Closet.  Wherein is 
        conteined a large discourse of the godly training up of 
 children . . .. Edited and translated by William Lowth.  
        London:  Thomas Dawson and Gregorie Seton, 1581.

Baxter, R.  The Certainty of the World of Spirits.  London:  n.p., 
        1691. 3rd ed.  London:  S. Cornish, 1841.

__________.  Preservatives against Melancholy and Overmuch Sorrow, or, 
 the cure of both by Faith and Physick.  London:  W. R., 1713.

__________.  Reliquiae Baxterianae, or, Mr. Richard Baxters narrative 
 of the most memorable passages of his life and times.  London:
        for T. Parkhurst, J. Robinson, F. Lawrence, F. Dunton, 1696.

Beattie, J. M.  Crime and the Courts in England 1660-1800.  Oxford:
        Clarendon, 1986. Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1986.

__________.  "London Juries in the 1690s."  In Twelve Good Men and 
 True: The Criminal Trial Jury in England, 1200-1800, edited by 
        J. S. Cockburn and T. A. Green, 214-53.  Princeton:  Princeton 
        University Press, 1988.

[Bee, Jesse] The most wonderfull and true storie of a certaine witch 
        named Alyse Gooderige (1597).  Edited by John Denison.  London:  
        n.p., 1597

Beier, Lucinda. "Evil Humors: Witchcraft, Illness, and Healing in
 Early Modern England." Society for the Social History of
 Medicine Bulletin 41 (1987): 20-23.

Belcher, Dabriscourt.  Hans Beer-Pot:  his invisible comedie of See me,
        and see me not.  London:  Bernard Alsop, 1618.

Benjamin, Walter.  "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical 
 Reproduction." In Illuminations, edited by Hannah Arendt, 211-
        44.  London: Fontana, 1936, 1992.

Bennett, G. "Folklore Studies and the English Rural Myth." Rural
 History 4 (1993): 77-91.

__________. "Ghost and Witch in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth
Folklore 96 (1986): 3-14.

Bennett, W.  The Pendle Witches.  Burnley:  Public Library, 1957.

Beresford, J., ed.  The Diary of a Country Parson:  The Revd James 
 Woodforde. 5 vols.  Oxford: [Oxford University Press], 1924-31.

Bernard, G. W.  "The Fall of Anne Boleyn."  English Historical Review 
        106(1991):  584-616.

Bernard, Richard.  A Guide to Grand Jury Men . . . advice to them what 

 To doe, before they bring in a billa vera in cases of 
 witchcraft . . .touching witches good and bad, how they may bee 
 knowne, evicted, and condemned . . ..  2nd ed.  London:  F. 
 Kyngston for E. Blackmore, 1629.

Bewell, A.  Wordsworth and the Enlightenment:  Nature, Man and Society
 In the Experimental Poetry.  New Haven:  [Yale University 
        Press], 1989.

Bingham, C.  The Making of a King: The Early Years of James VI and I.
        London: Collins, 1968.

Black, Jeremy.  The English Press in the Eighteenth Century.  London:
        Croom Helm, 1987.  Philadelphia:  University of Pennsylvania 
        Press, 1987.

Blackstone, W.  Commentaries on the Laws of England.  Oxford:
        [Oxford University Press], 1769.

Blayney, Peter W. M. "The Publication of Playbooks," In A New History 
 of Early English Drama, edited by John D. Cox and David Scott 
        Kastan.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1997, 383-422.

Bloch, Marc.  The Royal Touch:  Sacred Monarchy and Scrofula in England
 And France.  Trans. by J. E. Anderson.  London:  Routlege and 
        Kegan Paul, 1973.  Originally published as Les Rois            
 Thaumaturges:  etude sur le caractère surnaturel attribu‚ à la 
 puissance royale particulièrement en France et Angleterre.  
        Strasbourg:Librairie Istra, 1924.

Bloom, J. H.  Folklore, Old Customs and Superstitions in Shakespeare 
 Land.London:  n.p., 1930.

Bolton, Diane K.  "Harrow Including Pinner."  In The Victoria History 
 of the Counties of England.  Middlesex, edited by R. B. Pugh, 
        vol:  page#. 10 vols.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 1969- 

Bond, D., ed.  The Spectator.  5 vols.  Oxford:  Clarendon, 1965.

 The Border Papers: Calendar of Letters and Papers Relating to 
 the Affairs of the Borders of England and Scotland.  Edited by 
        Joseph Bain.  2 vols. Edinburgh: H. M. General Register House, 

Bostridge, Ian.  "Debates About Witchcraft in England 1650-1736."
 Oxford: Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, Oxford University, 1990.

__________.  Witchcraft and Its Transformations, c. 1650-1750. New 
        York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

__________. "Witchcraft Repealed." In Witchcraft in Early Modern 
 Europe: Studies in Culture and Belief, edited by Jonathan 
        Barry, Marianne Hester, and Gareth Roberts, 309-34.  Cambridge:  
        Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Boswell, James.  The Life of Samuel Johnson.  2 vols.  London:  n.p., 


Bowler, Hugh, ed.  London Sessions Records, 1605-85.  London:
        Catholic Record Society, 1934.

Boyes, Georgina.  The Imagined Village:  Culture, Ideology and the 
 English Folk Revival.  Manchester:  Manchester University 
        Press, 1995.

Bradwell, Stephen.  "Marie Glovers late woeful case. (1603)" [British
        Library, Sloane MS831].  In Witchcraft and Hysteria in 
 Elizabethan London:  Edward Jorden and the Mary Glover Case, 
        edited by Michael Macdonald, page#.  London:  Tavistock 
        Routledge, 1991.

Braekman, Willy Lewis.  "Fortune-Telling by the Casting of Dice:  A 
        Middle English Poem and Its Background."  Studia Neophilologica 
        52 (1980):  3-29.

Bragge, Francis.  A defence of the proceedings against Jane Wenham, 
 wherein the possibility and reality of witchcraft are 
 demonstrated from Scripture, and the concurrent testimonies of 
 all ages.  In answer to two pamphlets,entituled, I. The 
 impossibility of witchcraft, &c.  II. A full confutation of 
 witchcraft.  London:  for E. Curll, 1712.  See also "The case 
        of the Hertfordshire witchcraft considered" and "A Full 
        Confutation of Witchcraft", as well as other works by Bragge, 
        And Phyllis Guskin article.

__________.  A Full and Impartial Account of the Discovery of Sorcery 
 and Witchcraft, Practis'd by Jane Wenham of Walkerne in 
 Hertfordshire,upon the bodies of Anne Thorn, Anne Street, . . 
 ..  London:  for E. Curll, 1712.  See also "The case of the 
 Hertfordshire witchcraft considered" and "A Full Confutation of 
        Witchcraft", as well as other works by Bragge, and Phyllis 
 Guskin article.

__________. Witchcraft Farther Display'd Containing I.  An Account
        of the Witchcraft Practis'd by Jane Wenham of Walkerne, in
        Hertfordshire, Since her Condemnation . . . II.  An Answer to 
        The Most General Objections Against the Being and Power of 
        Witches. . ..London:  n.p., 1712.

Brand, John. Observations on Popular Antiquities, chiefly illustrating 
 The origin of our vulgar and provincial customs, ceremonies, 
 And superstitions.  Newcastle and London:  J. Johnson, 1777.
        New ed.  3 vols.  Edited by Sir Henry Ellis.  London:  G. Bell, 
        1849. Reprint.  Detroit:  Singing Tree Press, 1969.  New York:  
 AMS, 1970.

Brann, Noel. "The Conflict Between Reason and Magic in Seventeenth
 Century England: A Case Study of the Vaughan-More Debate."
 Huntington Library Quarterly 43 (1980): 103-26.

 A Breife [sic] Narration of the Possession, Dispossession and 
 Repossession of William Somers. . . .  [Amsterdam]: n.p., 1598.

 A Briefe Description of the Notorious Life of John Lambe, 
 otherwise called Doctor Lambe, together with his Ignominious 
 Death.  Amsterdam: n.p., 1628.  Reprint.  Amsterdam:  Theatrum 
        Orbis Terrarum, 1976.

 A Briefe Discourse of Two Most Cruell and Bloudie Murthers, 
 Committed bothe in Worcestershire. . ..  London: n.p., 1583.

Brett, R. L., ed.  Barclay Fox's Journal.  London:  Bell and Hyman,
        1979.  Totowa, N.J.:  Rowman and Littlefield, 1979.

Brewer, J.  The Pleasures of the Imagination:  English Culture in the
        Eighteenth Century.  London: Harper Collins, 1997.

British Library.  Sloane MS 831.  "Marie Glovers late woefull case"
        by Stephen Bradwell, 1603.

__________.  Sloane MS 972.f.7.

Brown, Theo.  Devon Ghosts. Norwich: Jarrold and Sons, 1982.

Brownlow, F. W., ed.  Shakespeare, Harsnett and the Devils of Denham.
        Newark:  University of Delaware Press, 1993.  London:  
 Associated University Presses, 1993.

Buchdahl, Gerd.  The Image of Newton and Locke in the Age of Reason.
        London:  Sheed and Ward, 1961.

Bühler, Curt F.  "Prayers and Charms in Certain Middle English 
        Scrolls." Speculum 39 (1964):  270-8.

Burke, Edmund.  A Philosophical enquiry into the origin of our ideas of 
 The Sublime and Beautiful.  London:  R. and J. Dodsley, 1757.
        London:  Routledge, 1958.  London:  Penguin, 1998.

Burns, Robert. M.  The Great Debate on Miracles: From Joseph Glanvill 
 To David Hume.  Lewisburg:  Bucknell University Press, 1981.

Burrow, J[ohn] W[ynn].  Evolution and Society:  A Study in Victorian 
 Social Theory. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1966.

__________.  A Liberal Descent:  Victorian Historians and the English 
 Past. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1966.

Burt, Richard, and John M. Archer, eds.  Enclosure Acts: Sexuality, 
 Property, and Culture in Early Modern England.  Cornell 
        University Press, 1994.

Burton, R.  The Anatomy of Melacholy (1621).  Ed. by D. Floyd and P.
        Jordan-Smith.  New York:  n.p., 1948.

Bushaway, B.  By Rite:  Custom, Ceremony and Community in England,  
 1700-1880. London:  Junction Books, 1982.

__________. "'Tacit, Unsuspected, But Still Implicit Faith':  
 Alternative Belief in nineteenth-century Rural England."  In 

 Title?, edited by T. Harris, 189-215.  N.l.:  n.p., 1995.

Butt, J., ed.  The Poems of Alexander Pope.  London:  Methuen, 1963.

Cameron, H. K.  "The Brasses of Middlesex, Part 24:  Northolt, Norwood,
        Pinner, and Ruslip."  Transactions of the London and Middlesex
        Archaeological Society 35 (1984):  121-2.

Capp, B.  English Almanacs, 1500-1800:  Astrology and the Popular 
 Press. Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 1979.

Carlyle, T.  Sartor Resartus.  Oxford:  n.p., 1987.

Carnochan, W. B. "Witch Hunting and Belief in 1751: The Case of
 Thomas Colley and Ruth Osborne." Journal of Social History 4
 (1971): 389-404.

 The case of the Hertfordshire witchcraft considered:  Being an 
 Examination of a book entitl'd A full and impartial account of 
 the discovery of sorcery and witchcraft practis'd by Jane  
 Wenham.  London: J. Pemberton, 1712.  See also works by Francis 
 Bragge and Phyllis Guskin and "A Full Confutation of 

Carlyle, T.  Sartor Resartus.  Oxford:  n.p., 1987.

Carnochan, W. B.  "Witch-hunting and Belief in 1751:  The Case of 
        Thomas Colley and Ruth Osborne." Journal of Social History 4 
        (1971):  389-404.

 The case of the Hertfordshire witchcraft considered:  Being an 
 examination of a book entitl'd A full and impartial account of 
 the discovery of sorcery and witchcraft practis'd by Jane 
 Wenham.  London:  J. Pemberton, 1712. See also works by Francis 
 Bragge and Phyllis Guskin and A Full Confutation of Witchcraft.

Castle, Terry.  Masquerade and Civilization:  The Carnivalesque in 
 Eighteenth Century English Culture and Ficton.  Stanford, 
        Calif.:  Stanford University Press, 1986.

Champion, J. A. I.  The Pillars of Priestcraft Shaken:  The Church of 
 England and Its Enemies, 1660- 1730.  Cambridge:  Cambridge 
        University Press, 1992.

Charles, Nicholas. The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon... 1613,
        Edited by Sir Henry Ellis.  London:  for the Camden Society, 

Cholmeley, Henry Patrick.  John of Gaddesden and the "Rosa Medicinae".
        Oxford:  Clarendon, 1912.

Clark, Sandra.  The Elizabethan Pamphleteers:  Popular Moralistic
        Pamphlets, 1580-1640.  London: Athlone Press, 1983.

Clark, M.  "'Morbid Introspection', Unsoundness of Mind, and British
        Psychological Medicine, c. 1830- 1900."  In The Anatomy of 
 Madness:,Essays in the History of Psychiatry, edited by William 

        F. Bynum, Roy Porter, and Michael Shepherd, 3:71-101.  3 vols.  
        London:  Tavistock, 1988.

Clifford, Rev. J. B. Modern Witchcraft, or Spiritualism, a Sign of the 
 Times. London:  n.p., 1873.

Cobbett, W., T. B. Howell, and et. al.  A Complete Collection of State 
 Trials. 33 vols.  London: R. Bagshaw, Longman and Co., 1809-26.

Cockayne, Oswald, ed. and trans.  Leechdoms, Wortcunning, and Starcraft 
 Of Early England.  Roll Series.  3 vols.  London:  n.p., 1866.  
        Reprint.London:  Holland Press, 1961.

Cockburn, J. S.  Calendar of Assize Records.  Home Circuit Indictments.
        Elizabeth I and James I.  10 vols.  London: HMSO, 1975-85.

__________.  "Early Modern Assize Records as Historical Evidence."  
 Journal of the Society of Archivists 5 (1975):  215-31.

__________.  A History of the English Assizes, 1558-1714.  Cambridge:
        Cambridge University Press, 1972.

__________.  "Introduction to Calendar of Assize Records.  Home Circuit
        Indictments.  Elizabeth I and James I."  London: HMSO, 1985.

__________.  "Review of Prosecuting Crime in the Renaissance by J. H. 
        Langbein." Revue d'Histoire du Droit (Legal History Review) 43 
        (1975): 347-9.

__________, ed.  Crime in England, 1500-1800.  London:  Metheun, 1977.

__________ and Thomas A[ndrew[. Green, eds.  Twelve Good Men and True: 
        The Criminal Trial Jury in England, 1200- 1800.  Princeton:  
        Princeton University Press, 1988.

Cohen, Elizabeth S.  "Court Testimony from the Past: Self and Culture 
 in the Making of Text."  In Essays on Life Writing: From Genre 
 to Critical Practice, edited Marlene Kadar, 83-93.  Toronto:  
        University of Toronto Press, 1992.

Colley, Thomas.  The Remarkable Confession, and Last Dying Words, of 
 Thomas Colley . . .. London: R. Walker, 1751. See also "The 
        Tryal of Thomas Colley."

Collier, John Payne, ed.  Illustrations of Early English Popular 
 Literature. 2 vols.  New York:  Benjamin Blom, 1966.

Collinson, Patrick.  The Elizabethan Puritan Movement.  London:
        Jonathan Cape, 1967.  Oxford:  Clarendon, 1990.

 The Compleat Wizzard; Being a Collection of Authentic and 
        Entertaining Narratives of the Real Existence and Appearance of 
        Ghosts, Demons,and Spectres:  Together with Several Wonderful 
        Instances of the Effects of Witchcraft, etc.  To Which is 
        Prefixed, an Account of Haunted Houses, and subjoined a 
        treatise on the effects of magic.London:  T. Evans, 1770.

Coombs, H. and P. Coombs, eds.  Journal of a Somerset Rector 1803-1834.
        Bath:  n.p., 1971.

Cooper, William Durrant.  "The Parish Registers of Harrow on the Hill."
        Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society
        1 (1860):  page#.

Cooter, R.  The Cultural Meaning of Popular Science:  Phrenology and 
 The Organization of Consent in Nineteenth-Century Britain.  
        Cambridge:Cambridge University Press, 1984.

Cotta, John.  The Infallible, True and Assured Witch. . ..  London: I. 
        L. for Richard Higginbotham, 1625.  Originally published as The  
 Triall of Witchcraft. London:  George Purslowe for Samuel Rand, 
        1616. Amsterdam:  Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1968.

__________.  A True Discovery of the Empiricke with the Fugitive 
 Physition and Quacksalver.  London: n.p., 1617.  Originally 
        published as A Short Discoverie of the Unobserved Dangers of 
 Severall Sorts of Ignorant and Unconsiderate Practisers of 
 Physicke in England. London: William Jones, 1612.  Amsterdam:  
        Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1972.

Coxe, Francis.  A Short Treatise declarynge the Detestable Wickednesse 
 Of Magicall Sciences. . . .  London: n.p., 1561.   An extract
        can be found in Witchcraft in England, 1558-1618, edited by
        Barbara Rosen, page#.  Amherst:  University of Massachusetts 
        Press,1969, 1991.

Crawford, J. "Evidences for Witchcraft in Anglo-Saxon England."
Aevum 32 (1963): 99-116.

Cromartie, Alan.  Sir Matthew Hale, 1609-76: Law, Religion, and Natural
        Philosophy.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Crossley, James.  "Introduction to The Discoverie of Witches by Thomas 
        Potts (1612)." Chetham Society Old Series 6.  Manchester:  
        n.p., 1845.

 The Crying Murther: Contayning the Cruell and Most Horrible 
 Butcher of Mr. TRAT, Curate. . . .  London: n.p., 1624.  In 
 Blood and Knavery: A Collection of English Renaissance 
 Pamphlets and Ballads of Crime and Sin, edited Joseph H. 
        Marshburn and A. R. Velie, 40-57.  Rutherford:  Fairleigh 
        Dickinson University Press, 1973.

Cudworth, Ralph.  The True Intellectual System of the Universe.  2 
        vols. London:  Richard Royston, 1678.  London:  J. Walthoe, 
        1743.  London: Thomas Tegg, 1845.  New York:  Garland, 1978.  
        London:  Thoemmes, 1995.

Cullen, W. T.  "The Witches of Pendle Hill."  Ireland's Own 4475
        (1995):  10-2.

Cunliffe, Christophrt, ed. Joseph Butler's Moral and Religious Thought:
        Tercentenary Essays.  Oxford:  Clarendon, 1992.

Curnock, Nehemiah, ed.  The Journal of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M.  8 
        vols. London:  R. Culley, 1909- 16.  London:  Epworth, 1938.

Curry, Patrick.  A Confusion of Prophets: Victorian and Edwardian 
 Astrology. London:  Collins and Brown, 1992.

__________.  Prophecy and Power:  Astrology in Early Modern England.
        Cambridge:  Polity, 1989.  Princeton, N.J.:  Princeton 
        University Press, 1989.

Curtis, S. C. "Trials for Witchcraft in Guernsey." Société
reports 13 (1937): 110.

Dabydeen, David.  Hogarth's Blacks:  Images of Blacks in Eighteenth 
 Century English Art.  Mundelstrup, Denmark:  Dangaroo, 1985.  
        Athens, Ga.:  University of Georgia Press, 1987.

de Daillon, Jacques. Daimonologia: or, a Treatise on Spirits.  Wherein 
 Several Places of Scripture are Expounded, Against the Vulgar 
        Errors Concerning Witchcraft, Apparitions, etc.  To which is 
        added, An Appendix, Containing Some Reflections on Mr. 
        Boulton's Answer to Dr. Hutchinson's Historical Essay entitled 
        "The possibility and reality of magick, sorcery and witchcraft 
        demonstrated".  London:  for the author, 1723.

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