MORE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD, OR THE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD DISPLAYED. IN FIVE PARTS. . . . COLLECTED BY ROBERT CALEF, MERCHANT, OF BOSTON, IN NEW-ENGLAND. (Spine title: "Salem Witchcraft.")

Calef, Robert, 1648-1719. [Cotton Mather, 1663-1728; William Phips, 1651-1695 ; Margaret Rule; Samuel Parris, 1653-1720; Giles Corey, 1611?-1692.]

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Full title: MORE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD, OR THE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD DISPLAYED. IN FIVE PARTS. PART I.-AN ACCOUNT OF THE SUFFERINGS OF MARGARET RULE, WRITTEN BY THE REV. COTTON MATHER. PART II.-SEVERAL LETTERS TO THE AUTHOR, &C. AND HIS REPLY RELATING TO WITCHCRAFT. PART III.-THE DIFFERENCES 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 WITCHCRAFT 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 WM. PHIPS." COLLECTED BY ROBERT CALEF, MERCHANT, OF BOSTON, IN NEW-ENGLAND. i-xv, [1], 17-312 pages. Hardcover: H 18.5cm x L 11.25cm. Original full leather; some rubbing and light abrasion to boards with edges scuffed and corners mildly worn, shallow chipping at spine ends with scuffing lengthwise along joints, spine decorated with seven thin double ruled horizontal bars which suffer slight flaking with loss to bars at aforementioned worn spine ends, spine retains original black title label with bright gilt lettering. Early to mid-19th century printed paper nameplate of Benjamin Chase affixed to front pastedown with pencil line across center and newer owner's pencil signature of "P. Burns" placed immediately below; two line ink inscription "P. Burns | June 24/99" [1899] on front flyleaf; occasional pencil marks found amongst text leaves' fore-edge margins; toning and some foxing affecting leaves as well. Binding is firm. Still an attractive very good- antiquarian copy. Postscript section concludes on page 309 with pages 310-312 being an addendum titled "Giles Corey." {Bibliographical references: Howes U.S. IANA #C-25. Sabin #9927.}. Bookseller Inventory #

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Publisher: Salem [MA]: "re-printed by John D. and T. C. Cushing, Jr. for Cushing and Appleton," 1823.

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Book Description Salem [MA]: "re-printed by John D. and T. C. Cushing, Jr. for Cushing and Appleton," 1823., 1823. Full title: MORE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD, OR THE WONDERS OF THE INVISIBLE WORLD DISPLAYED. IN FIVE PARTS. PART I.-AN ACCOUNT OF THE SUFFERINGS OF MARGARET RULE, WRITTEN BY THE REV. COTTON MATHER. PART II.-SEVERAL LETTERS TO THE AUTHOR, &C. AND HIS REPLY RELATING TO WITCHCRAFT. PART III.-THE DIFFERENCES 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 WITCHCRAFT 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 WM. PHIPS." COLLECTED BY ROBERT CALEF, MERCHANT, OF BOSTON, IN NEW-ENGLAND. i-xv, [1], 17-312 pages. Hardcover: H 18.5cm x L 11.25cm. Original full leather; some rubbing and light abrasion to boards with edges scuffed and corners mildly worn, shallow chipping at spine ends with scuffing lengthwise along joints, spine decorated with seven thin double ruled horizontal bars which suffer slight flaking with loss to bars at aforementioned worn spine ends, spine retains original black title label with bright gilt lettering. Early to mid-19th century printed paper nameplate of Benjamin Chase affixed to front pastedown with pencil line across center and newer owner's pencil signature of "P. Burns" placed immediately below; two line ink inscription "P. Burns | June 24/99" [1899] on front flyleaf; occasional pencil marks found amongst text leaves' fore-edge margins; toning and some foxing affecting leaves as well. Binding is firm. Still an attractive very good- antiquarian copy. Postscript section concludes on page 309 with pages 310-312 being an addendum titled "Giles Corey." {Bibliographical references: Howes U.S. IANA #C-25. Sabin #9927.}. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-05529

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