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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Memorable providences, relating to witchcrafts and possessions. A faithful account of many wonderful and surprising things, that have befallen several bewitched and possessed persons in New-England. Particularly, a narrative of the marvellous trouble and releef [sic] experienced by a pious family in Boston, very lately and sadly molested with evil spirits. : Whereunto is added, a discourse delivered unto a congregation in Boston, on the occasion of that illustrious providence. : As also a discourse delivered unto the same congregation; on the occasion of an horrible self-murder committed in that town. : With an appendix, in vindication of a chapter in a late book of remarkable providences, from the calumnies of a Quaker at Pen-silvania [sic]. / Written by Cotton Mather, Minister of the Gospel. ; And recommended by the Ministers of Boston and Charleston.Date of publication:
1689Author(s):Description:Caption title: Witchcrafts and possessions. "To the reader" signed by Charles Morton and 3 others. Dedicated to Wait Winthrop. Odd numbered pages on versos, 21 p., 3rd count.This item contains 3 files (817.28 KB).Publicly Available