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Wisdome : also Loves Owle, an idle conBy Francis Wise, B.D. Oxford, ceited Dialogue between Love and an Olde1742. 4to. Pp. 57, with 4 plates, one of man (by Anthonie Copley). London by which is on the letter-press. Pages 19, 20, Richard Johnes, 1595. 4to. The prose di37, 38, are omitted.

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WIT A copy is in the British Museum. Reed, shall appear in this lamentable history, with 5754.

an approved Triall, how to find out either True Recorde of the Examination of all Witch, or any Apprentise to Witchcraft. Imthe Witches taken at St. Osses in Essex. printed by G. Eld, 1621. 4to. Twelve leares, London, 1582. 8vo.

A copy is in the black letter, with a wooden print, at the British Museum.

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Light, expressing his dangerous Impostures An Account of Margaret Hacket a noto under glorious Shews, exemplified specially rious Witch, who consumed a young Man in the Doctrine of Witchcraft. London, to Death, rotted his Bowells and back bone 1622. 12mo. 10s. 6d. asunder, who was executed at Tiborn 19 A most certain, strange and true DisFeb. 1585. London, for Tho. Nelson and coverie of a Witch taken by some of the Tho. Law.

Parliament Forces as she was standing on a The Execution of three notorious Witches Planck and sayling on it over the River at at Chelmisford Sizes last. London, Thomas Newbury. 1643. 4to. with a frontispiece. Lawe, 1589.

A true Relation of the several InformaThe Arraignment and Execution of 3 tions, Examinations, and Confessions of the detestable Witches, John Newell, Joane his late Witches executed in the County of Es. Wife, and Hellen Calles : two executed at sex, who were condemned by the Earl of Barnett, and one at Braynford, 1 Dec. 1595. Warwick. Lond. 1645. 4to.

The most strange and admirable Disco A true Relation of the Arraignment of verie of the three Witches of Warboys, | 18 Witches at St. Edmondsbury. London, executed at Huntington for the bewitching 1645. 4to. of the five daughters of R. Throckmorton, The Lawes against Witches and Conjura. Esqre. and others with divellish and grievous tion. London, 1645. 4to. Torments; also the Bewitching to death of The Examination and Execution of three the Lady Crumwell. London, 1593. 4to. Witches at Feversham in Kent. London, Jadis, 184, 21. 2s.

1645. 4to. The most wonderfull and true Storie of a Examination of Witches in Huntingdoncertaine Witch, named Alse Gooderidge of shire. London, 1646. 4to. Bindley, pt. if. Stapenhill, who was arraigned and convicted 943, 4s. at Darbie, at the Assises there. As also a Relation of two Witches condemned at true Report of the strange Torments of Albans. London, 1649. 4to. Thomas Darling, a Boy of thirteen yeres of The strange Witches at Greenwich barnt. Age, that was possessed by the Deuill

, with ing a Wench. 1650. 4to. Nassau, pt. i. his horrible Fittes and terrible Apparitions

1529. by him vttered at Burton upon Trent, in the A strange Witch at Greenwich. Lond. Countie of Stafford, and of his maruellous 1650. 4to. Bindley, pt. iv. 109, 3s. Reed, Deliuerance. London for I(ohn) O(xen- | 2910, 9s. bridge), 1597. 4to. Six sheets.

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A pleasant Treatise of Witches. London, The wonderfull Discoverie of the Witch 1673. 12mo. Nassau, pt. ii. 1253, 11. crafts of Mary and Philip Flower, Daughters Trial and Execution of three Witches at of Joan Flower, neare Bever Castle, on the Exeter. London, 1682. 4to. children of Francis Earl of Rutland, 1618. A Tryal of Witches at the Assizes held Lond. 1619. 4to. with a frontispiece. Bind. at Bury St. Edmonds. London, 1682. 8vo. ley, pt. iv. 942, 11s. Reed, 2891, 11. 6s. Thirty-two leaves.

Strange and wonderfull Witchcrafts, dis A Relation of the Informations against covering the damnable Practices of seven three Witches, with their Confessions. LonWitches against the Lives of certain noble don, 1682. 4to. Biodley, pt. iii. 1614, 2s. Personages, and others of this Kingdom ; as Conviction of three Witches at Devon,



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Pp. 316, dedicated to John Archbishop of Collection of modern Relations of Matter Canterburie, &c. Inglis, 1642, 12s. of Fact concerning Witches and Witchcraft. Part I. London, 1693. 4to.

Laymans Letters, delivering unto them A Relation of the diabolical Practises of them in the Word by Things sensible. Lon

such Letters as the Holy Ghost teacheth above 20 Wizards and Witches of the Sheriffdom of Renfrew in Scotland. Lond.

don, 1585. 1697. 4to. Reed, 2911, 168.

Wither, George. Works in Sadducismus Dedellatus, or a true Rela

Verse and Prose. tion of Sorceries and Witchcrafts exercised Copious notices and extracts from Wiby the Devil and his instruments upon Mrs. ther's numerous publications will be found Christian Shaw. London, 1698. 4to. Nas in Wood's Athenæ Oxonienses, by Dr. Bliss, sau, pt. ii. 985, 10s 1697. 4to. Reed, iii. 762-75, Brydges' Censura Literaria, 2909, 4s.

British Bibliographer and Restituta, and an A History of the Witches of Renfrew essay on his poetical works will be found in shire, who were burned on the Gallow C. Lamb's Works, ii. 127-36. Green of Paisley. Paisley, 1809. 12mo. 6s.

A Collection of rare and curious tracts on Prince Henrie's Obsequies; or mourneWitchcraft, and the second Sight, or an full Elegies upon his Death ; with a suporiginal Essay on Witchcraft. Edinburgh, posed Interlocution betweene the Ghost of 1822. See Quarterly Review, xxix. 440-75. Prince Henry and Great Britaine (in Verse). Witches apprehended for notable Villanies

1612. 4to, with a wood-cut engraving of the by them committed, with a Trial how to hearse set up in Westminster Abbey. Bindley, know whether a Woman be a Witch or not. pt. iv. 712, 21. Lloyd, 744, 41. 16s. London. 4to. black letter, with a frontispiece.

1613. 8vo. 1617. 8vo.

London by Sotheby's in April 1822, 1l. 19s.

Richard Badger, 1633. 12mo. A reprint, Tryalls of four notorious Witches. Lon from this edition, will be found in Brydges' don. 8vo.

Restituta, i. 384-418, and there is an enWIThals, John. A little Dic-graving of the hearse in Sandford's Genealotionary for Children.

gical History of England, b. vii.

Abuses stript and whipt, or satirical EsA vocabulary of English Words, fre

sayes, by George Wyther, divided into two

Imquently reprinted with additions.

Bookes. London, 1613. sm. 8vo. Pp. 332. printed in the late House of William Caxton

First edition. Roxburghe, 3370, 17. 11s. 6d. (by W. de Worde). 4to. London, 1559.

Bindley, pt. iv. 663, 11s. Bibl. Anglo-Poel. 4to. London, 1566. 4to. By Lewis 780, 31. 13s. 6d. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. Evans. London, 1568. 4to. Dedicated

938, 41. 5s. These satires gave such offence to Syr Thomas Chalmer. Sir M. M. Sykes, that the poet was committed to the Marpt. iii. 1116, 11. 5s. London, 1572. 4to.

shalsea, where he continued several months. London, 1586. 4to. London, 1594.

Great variations are observable in different 4to. By Abr. Flemming. London, 1597. 4to.

editions, and it is probable that the first Reed, 221, 3s. London,

edition was called in. In some editions 1599. 4to. London, 1616. By Withals, there is a print of a satyr with a scourge. Evans, Abr. Fleming, Williain Clerk and

1614. 1615. with portrait by W. another. Nassau, pt. i. 972, 1l. 8s.

Hole. Sir M. M. Sykes, pt. iii. 939, moLondon, 1623. London, 1634. Witham, Rev. G. The History in Dec. 1822, 31. 16s. Jadis, 30, 41. 5s.

rocco, 18s. Inglis, 1538, 21. 10s. Sotheby's of Lacock Abbey or Locus Beatæ London, 1617. 8vo. Pp. 412. This edition Mariæ; from Dugdale, Stevens, &c. contains additions. Sotheby's in 1821, with Additions on the present State

10s. 6d. Lloyd, 1231, 1l. 2s. Bibl. AngloPoet. 782, 21. 12s. 6d. 1626.

- 1627. of the Abbey. Lacock, 1806. sm.

Nassau, pt. ii. 1263, 8s. 1633. Stretiell, 4to.

1570, 6s. 6d. Roscoe, 1364 21. Pp. 53, including title, dedication and Epithalamia: or, nuptiall, Poemes upon preface. Privately printed by the author at the Marriage of Frederick the fifth, County his own printing press.

Palatine of the Rhine, &c. and Elizabeth, Wither, George. A View of sole Daughter of James King of Great the marginal Notes of the Popish Brittaine. 1613. 4to. Bindley, pt iv. 408, Testament translated into English printed from the edition of 1633 in Brydges'

This Epithalamia is reby the English fugitive Papists re- Restituta, i. 425-46.

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