Scot's discovery of vvitchcraft proving the common opinions of witches contracting with divels, spirits, or familiars; and their power to kill, torment, and consume the bodies of men women, and children, or other creatures by diseases or otherwise; their flying in the air, &c. To be but imaginary erronious conceptions and novelties; wherein also, the lewde unchristian practices of witchmongers...is notably detected. Also the knavery and confederacy of conjurors.... The horrible art of poisoning and all the tricks and conveyances of juggling and liegerdemain are fully deciphered. With many other things opened that have long lain hidden: ... Whereunto is added, a treatise upon the nature, and substance of spirits and divels, &c. all written and published in anno 1584. by Reginald Scot, Esquire.
printed by Richard Cotes,
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