The Wonders of the Invisible World: Being an Account of the Tryals of Several Witches Lately Executed in New England

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THE CONTENTS.
THE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD
The Author's Defence3
Letter from Mr. William Stoughton6
Enchantments encountered9
An Abstract of Mr. Perkins's Way for the Discovery of Witches30
The Sum of Mr. Gaules Judgment about the Detection of Witches33
A DISCOURSE ON THE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD38
An Hortatory and Necessary Address, to a Country now Extraordinarily Alarum'd by the Wrath of the Devil79
A Narrative of an Apparition which a Gentleman in Boston had of his Brother, just then murthered in London107
A Modern Instance of Witches discovered and condemned in a Tryal, before that celebrated Judge, Sir Matthew Hale111
The Tryal of G. B. at a Court of Oyer and Terminer, held in Salem, 1692120
The Tryal of Bridget Bishop, alias Oliver, at the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held at Salem, June 2, 1692129
The Tryal of Susanna Martin, at the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held by Adjournment at Salem, June 29, 1692138
The Tryal of Elizabeth How, at the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held by Adjournment at Salem, June 30,1692149
The Tryal of Martha Carrier, at the Court of Oyer and Terminer, held by Adjournment at Salem, August 2,1692154
A Relation of a Few of the Matchless Curiosities which the Witchcraft presented159
The First Curiositie159
The Second Curiositie161
The Third Curiositie164
The Fourth Curiositie165
Testimony of Mr. William Stoughton and Mr. Samuel Sewall167

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