The Witchcraft Delusion in New England: Its Rise, Progress, and Termination (Vol 3 of 3)
The Witchcraft Delusion In New England Vol. III
An Impartial Account of the most Memorable Matters of Fact, touching the supposed Witchcraft in New-England.
An Account how John Aldin, Senior, was dealt with at Salem-Village.
To Mr. John Arnold, Keeper of the Prison in Boston, in the County of Suffolk.
The Indictment of George Burroughs.
The Tryal of G. B. as Printed in Wonders of the Invisible World, from P. 94 to 104.
The Indictment of Bridget Bishop.
The Tryal of Bridget Bishop, as printed, in Wonders of Invisible World, June 2, 1692. P. 104 to 114.
The Indictment of Susanna Martin.
The Trial of Susanna Martin, June 29, 1692. As is Printed, in Wonders of the Invisible World, from p. 114 to p. 116.
The Indictment of Elizabeth How.
 The Tryal of Elizabeth How, June 30, 1692. As is Printed In Wonders of the Invisible World, from P. 126 to P. 132, inclusively.
 The Indictment of Martha Carryer.
The Trial of Martha Carryer, August 2, 1692. As may be seen in Wonders of the Invisible World, from P. 132, to 138.
Some that had been of several Jewries, have given forth a Paper, Sign'd with their own hands in these words.
Examination of Giles Cory.
Testimony of William Beale, of Marblehead, against Mr. Philip English of Salem, Given August 2d, 1692. Taken from the Original.
The Examination of Mary Clark of Haverhill. Taken before Jno. Hauthorn, Esq. and otheir their Majesties Justices of the Peace, August 4th, 1692.
An Account of the Life and Character of the Rev. Samuel Parris, of Salem Village, and of his Connection with the Witchcraft Delusion of 1692.
NOTE BY THE EDITOR.
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