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Witchcraft and demonianism.

Ewen, C. L"Estrange

Witchcraft and demonianism.

by Ewen, C. L"Estrange

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Published by F. Muller in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Witchcraft,
  • Demonology

  • Edition Notes

    Reprint of the 1933 ed. by Heath Cranton, London.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination495 p. illus. ;
    Number of Pages495
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19433513M

    Witchcraft and demonianism: A concise account derived from sworn depositions and confessions obtained in the courts of England and Wales, Jan 1, by C. L'Estrange Ewen. The witchcraft debate took place within the formative era of modern evidence law, and the book highlights the mutual influences between the witch trials and major legal developments. View Show.

    well-researched book Witchcraft and Demonianism - first published in 1 For contemporary accounts of the trial of the Bideford witches, see Anon., A True and Impartial Relation of the Informations against Three Witches (); Anon., The Tryal, Condemnation and. Richard Bernard, A Guide to Grand Jury Men (). , Annals of Evangelical Nonconformity in the County of Essex, From the Time of Wycliffe to the Restoration (). , Witch Hunting and Witch Trials (). , Witchcraft and Demonianism (). John Gaule, Select Cases of Conscience Touching Witches and Witchcraft ().Author: Alan MacFarlane.

    The Northamptonshire witch trials mainly refer to five executions carried out on 22 July at Abington Gallows, at the Lent Assizes held in Northampton Castle a number of women and a man were tried for witchcraft of various kinds, from murder to bewitching of pigs. There are two main accounts of these witches being tried. However they differ on how many witches were. WITCHCRAFT, POLITICS, AND MEMORY IN SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ENGLAND* MALCOLM GASKILL Churchill College, Cambridge A B ST R A C T. This article weaves together two episodes separated by a generation. The inciting event is the trial in ofAnne Bodenham, an elderly cunning woman in Salisbury, who found herself embroiled in a.


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This book and Witch Hunting and Witch Trails by the same author contain the base data to which many later books refer. If you are serious about researching the witchcraft trials, particularly in England then you need a copy of this book.

The author performed a lot of primary research on the records and his books contain the results/5(5). Witchcraft and demonianism: A concise account derived from sworn depositions and confessions obtained in the courts of England and Wales, Hardcover – January 1, byAuthor: C. L'Estrange Ewen.

Witchcraft and Demonianism: A Concise Account Derived from Sworn Depositions and Confessions Obtained in the Courts of England & Wales. Museum of Witchcraft and Magic. Museum of Witchcraft and Magic. Menu. Visit. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ewen, C.

L'Estrange (Cecil L'Estrange), Witchcraft and demonianism. New York: AMS Press, (OCoLC) WITCHCRAFT AND DEMONIANISM. A Concise Account Derived From Sworn Depostions And Confessions Obtained In The Courts Of England And Wales.

London: Heath Cranton, 8vo., brick-colored cloth; pages. First Edition. Scarce, if not rare. Eight Illustrations and one fold-out chart. Witchcraft and Demonianism by C. L’Estrange Ewen, published in A Concise Account Derived From Sworn Depositions and Confessions Obtained in the Courts of England and Wales.

Illustrated. Hardcover with original jacket with shelfwear to corners and ends of jacket. Rossell Hope Robbins (), an acknowledged authority on witchcraft, was one of the half-dozen Americans ever elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

He authored over a dozen books and nearly articles, including the definitive introduction to the catalogue of the Witchcraft Collection at Cornell University Library in Reviews: Demonology in all its manifestations was not merely saturated with religious values; it was inconceivable without them.

They lay deep in its conceptual structure and, more overtly, in the patterns of thought and language of those who wrote about witchcraft. Demonic actions were defined in contrast to divine ones and the vices of (female) witches in contrast to the virtues of their godly (male.

Satanism and Witchcraft (originally La Sorcière) is a book by Jules Michelet on the history of witchcraft that was published originally in French in Publication [ edit ] The first English translation was published in London in Witchcraft and Demonianism Hardcover – 1 Jan.

by C L'Estrange Ewen (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: C L'Estrange Ewen. COVID Resources.

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Witchcraft and Demonianism: A Concise Account Derived From Sworn Depositions And Confessions Obtained In The Courts Of England And Wales C.

L'Estrange Ewen Published by. Witchcraft and demonianism. Type Book Author(s) Ewen, C. L'Estrange Date Publisher AMS Press Pub place New York ISBN This item appears on. List: HY Persecution in Europe: From Witch Hunts to Ethnic Cleansing Next: Witchcraft in Europe, a documentary Previous: The trial of the Lancaster witches A.

Contains three books in one volume: The Dark World of Witches; The Domain of Devils; The Realm of Ghosts. Eric Maple's field research into the folklore of witchcraft was pioneering. His writings focus on the inter-relationship of witchcraft, ghost lore, spiritualism and the cult of the dead.

He 3/5(7). Witchcraft and Demonism A concise account derived from sworn depositions and confessions obtained in the courts of England and Wales. With eight contemporary illustrations. Contents: Preface; History; The Devil and his organization; Intermediaries; The methods; The acts of the witches; Limitations and risks; Evidence; Confessions and depositions (in their own words); Appendices concerning the treatment of witches.

Witchcraft and demonianism; a concise account derived from sworn depositions and confessions obtained in the courts of England and Wales. Greene, described as the wife of Thomas Greene, yeoman, was indicted for bewitching Elizabeth Cowgill, John Tatterson, and Thomas Shutt, and was acquitted on all three counts: Ewen, C.

ĽEstrange, Witchcraft and demonianism: a concise account derived from sworn depositions and confessions obtained in the courts of England and Wales (London. Estes, Leland L. (), ‘ Reginald Scot and his Discoverie of Witchcraft: Religion and Science in the Opposition to the European Witch Craze ’, in Church Hist –56 Ewen, C.

L’Estrange (), Witchcraft and Demonianism. (1) Witchcraft and Demonianism: a Concise Account derived from Sworn Depositions and Confessions obtained in the Courts of England and Wales (2) Psychical Research: the Science of the Super-Normal (3) The Supernormal: a Critical Introduction to Psychic Science (4) Leaves from a Psychist's Case-Book.

This book and Witch Hunting and Witch Trails by the same author contain the base data to which many later books refer. If you are serious about researching the witchcraft trials, particularly in England then you need a copy of this book.

The author performed a lot of primary research on the records and his books contain the s: 5. Searching with Alta Vista, we found a website containing information sent to Elizabeth Jackson by Elaine Mathews ([email protected]) and comes from a book by C.

L'Estrange Ewen called "Witchcraft and Demonianism" published in by Heath Cranton Limited, London. It was reprinted by AMS Press, New York, in witchcraft, was an involuntary condition and was not considered sinful or criminal.4 Demomacs, unlike witches, were not held legally or morally 2.

Accusations or confessions that witches flew to the sabbath are rare m England. C. L'ESTRANGE EWEN, WITCHCRAFT AND DEMONIANISM 84 .Witches and Neighbours is a highly original and unconventional analysis of a fascinating historical phenomenon.

Unlike other studies of the subject which focus on the mechanisms of persecution, this book presents a rich picture of witchcraft as an all-pervasive aspect of life in early modern Europe.