Title MORE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD: OR, THE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD, DISPLAYED IN FIVE PARTS.
Binding Full, heavy brown leather in what appears to be t
Book Condition A small printed article about the book is tipped onto the front, blank end paper. The book Light overall shelf wear, a little heavier along the edges, but overall and very good, very tight book. Page edges are a little soiled, and the pages are uniformally age-toned, but the pages are clean without any foxing. Scarce in this original condition.
Edition 1st American edition which is reprinted from the London edition of 1700.
Size 318 pages plus two pages of publisher's ad. 7 x 4
Publisher Salem, MA: William Carlton, 1796.
Seller ID 16105
The full title also contains the following: Part I An account of the sufferings of Margaret Rule, written by the Rev. C. M. Part II Several lettters to the author, etc, and his reply relating to witchcraft. Part III The differnces between the inhabitants of Salem-Village, and Mr. Parris, their Minister in New-England. Part IV Letters of a Gentleman uninterested, endeavouring to prove the received opinions about Witch-Craft to be Orthodox. With short essays to their answers. Part V A short historical account of matters of fact in that affair.To which is added a Postscript, relating to a Book entitled, 'The Life of Sir William Phips.' Collected by Robert Calef, Merchant, of Boston, in New-England"
(HISTORY, NEW ENGLAND, WITCHES, SALEM TRIALS, WITCHCRAFT, COLONIAL ERA, LEATHER, ANTIQUARIAN BOOKS)