APA (7th ed.) Citation

Mather, C. (1693). The wonders of the invisible world: Being an account of the tryals of several vvitches lately excuted [sic] in New-England, and of several remarkable curiosities therein occurring : together with I. Observations upon the nature, the number, and the operations of the devils, II. A short narrative of a late outrage committed by a knot of witches in Swede-land, very much resembling, and so far explaining, that under which New-England has laboured, III. Some councels directing a due improvement of the terrible things lately done by the unusual and amazing range of evil-spirits in New-England, IV. A brief discourse upon those temptations which are the more ordinary devices of Satan. Printed first at Bostun [sic] in New-England, and reprinted at London for John Dunton ....

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Mather, Cotton. The Wonders of the Invisible World: Being an Account of the Tryals of Several Vvitches Lately Excuted [sic] in New-England, and of Several Remarkable Curiosities Therein Occurring : Together with I. Observations upon the Nature, the Number, and the Operations of the Devils, II. A Short Narrative of a Late Outrage Committed by a Knot of Witches in Swede-land, Very Much Resembling, and so Far Explaining, That Under Which New-England Has Laboured, III. Some Councels Directing a Due Improvement of the Terrible Things Lately Done by the Unusual and Amazing Range of Evil-spirits in New-England, IV. A Brief Discourse upon Those Temptations Which Are the More Ordinary Devices of Satan. [London]: Printed first at Bostun [sic] in New-England, and reprinted at London for John Dunton ..., 1693.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Mather, Cotton. The Wonders of the Invisible World: Being an Account of the Tryals of Several Vvitches Lately Excuted [sic] in New-England, and of Several Remarkable Curiosities Therein Occurring : Together with I. Observations upon the Nature, the Number, and the Operations of the Devils, II. A Short Narrative of a Late Outrage Committed by a Knot of Witches in Swede-land, Very Much Resembling, and so Far Explaining, That Under Which New-England Has Laboured, III. Some Councels Directing a Due Improvement of the Terrible Things Lately Done by the Unusual and Amazing Range of Evil-spirits in New-England, IV. A Brief Discourse upon Those Temptations Which Are the More Ordinary Devices of Satan. Printed first at Bostun [sic] in New-England, and reprinted at London for John Dunton ..., 1693.

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