The wonders of the invisible world: Being an account of the tryals of several vvitches, lately excuted in New-England: and of several remarkable curiosities therein occuring. 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.

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Author / Creator:Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728.
Imprint:Bostun, John Dunton, 1693.
Description:2 p. ., [1]-98 (i.e. 106) p., 1 . (sig. 2 . not signed, A-E4, L-R2) 21 cm.
Subject:Witchcraft -- New England.
Format: Microform E-Resource Book
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Notes:Paging irregular. The last leaf sig. [R2] Contains advertisement of "books lately printed for John Dunton"
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Recto of first prelim. leaf half-title: The tryals of several vvitches, lately executed in New-England: published by the special command of the Governour. On verso: Imprimatur. Decemb. 23. 1692. Edmund Bohun.
The author's defence, p. [1-2] [Letter from William Stoughton, p. [3]; prefatory note by Mather, p. [4]] Enchantments encounter'd, p. 5-[17] A discourse on the wonders of the invisible world; uttered (in part) on August 4, 1692: p. 2-16, 33-80, 41-56, 89-98.
First London edition. A 2d edition, greatly abridged, was published, London, J. Dunton, 1693, 62 p., and a 3d edition, London, J. Dunton, 1693, 64 p.
Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] 1 reel. 35 mm. (American culture series, Reel 8.90
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