APA Citation

R. B., 1., & Drapentier, J. (1688). The kingdom of darkness: or the history of dæmons, specters, witches, apparitions, possessions, disturbances, and other wonderful and supernatural delusions, mischievous feats, and malicious impostures of the Devil: Containing near fourscore memorable relations, forreign and domestick, both antient and modern. Collected from authentick records, real attestations, credible evidences, and asserted by authors of undoubted verity. Together with a preface obviating the common objections and allegations of the sadduces and atheists of the age, who deny the being of spirits, witches, &c. With pictures of several memorable accidents. By R. B. Licensed and entred according to order. London: printed for Nath. Crouch at the Bell in the Poultrey near Cheapside.

Chicago Style Citation

R. B., 1632?-1725?, and Jan Drapentier. The Kingdom of Darkness: Or the History of Dæmons, Specters, Witches, Apparitions, Possessions, Disturbances, and Other Wonderful and Supernatural Delusions, Mischievous Feats, and Malicious Impostures of the Devil: Containing Near Fourscore Memorable Relations, Forreign and Domestick, Both Antient and Modern. Collected From Authentick Records, Real Attestations, Credible Evidences, and Asserted By Authors of Undoubted Verity. Together With a Preface Obviating the Common Objections and Allegations of the Sadduces and Atheists of the Age, Who Deny the Being of Spirits, Witches, &c. With Pictures of Several Memorable Accidents. By R. B. Licensed and Entred According to Order. London: printed for Nath. Crouch at the Bell in the Poultrey near Cheapside, 1688.

MLA Citation

R. B., 1632?-1725?, and Jan Drapentier. The Kingdom of Darkness: Or the History of Dæmons, Specters, Witches, Apparitions, Possessions, Disturbances, and Other Wonderful and Supernatural Delusions, Mischievous Feats, and Malicious Impostures of the Devil: Containing Near Fourscore Memorable Relations, Forreign and Domestick, Both Antient and Modern. Collected From Authentick Records, Real Attestations, Credible Evidences, and Asserted By Authors of Undoubted Verity. Together With a Preface Obviating the Common Objections and Allegations of the Sadduces and Atheists of the Age, Who Deny the Being of Spirits, Witches, &c. With Pictures of Several Memorable Accidents. By R. B. Licensed and Entred According to Order. London: printed for Nath. Crouch at the Bell in the Poultrey near Cheapside, 1688.

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