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A true account of the tryals, examinations, confessions, condemnations, and executions of divers witches, at Salem, in New-England: for their bewitching of sundry people and cattel to death, and doing other great mischiefs, to the ruine of many people about them. With the strange circumstances that attended their enchantments: and their conversation with devils, and other infernal spirits. In a letter to a friend in London. Licensed according to order.

Title:A true account of the tryals, examinations, confessions, condemnations, and executions of divers witches, at Salem, in New-England: for their bewitching of sundry people and cattel to death, and doing other great mischiefs, to the ruine of many people about them. With the strange circumstances that attended their enchantments: and their conversation with devils, and other infernal spirits. In a letter to a friend in London. Licensed according to order.
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Note:London : printed for J. Conyers; in Holbourn, 1692
  
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Subject:Witchcraft -- New England
Subject:Massachusetts -- History
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