Bibliographical notes on the witchcraft literature of Scotland.

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Witchcraft pamphlet: News from Scotland, View images from this item (28) This item is a limited edition facsimile reprint from of the witchcraft pamphlet Newes from Scotland, originally printed in London in It contains accounts of three women accused of witchcraft and tried before King James VI of Scotland, one of whom was said.

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