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SCOT, Reginald (1538?-1599). The discovery of witchcraft: proving that the compacts and contracts of witches with devils and all infernal spirits or familiars, are but erroneous novelties and imaginery conceptions. London: Andrew Clark for Cotes, 1665.
2o (273 x 179 mm). Text woodcuts (occasional light staining and spotting to text). 17th-century blind ruled sheep, red leather spine label (top and base of spine repaired).
Third edition, Cotes version of imprint. Including nine new chapters by another anonymous author, and also an anonymous second book added to Scot's first book of A discourse concerning the nature and substance of devils and spirits, added in this third impression, as succedaneous to the first, and conducing to the compleating of the whole work. Wing S-945A; Norman 1917.
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