The Witchcraft Delusion in Colonial Connecticut (1647-1697) eBook

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[Footnote K:  Roger Ludlow—­The Colonial Lawmaker—­TAYLOR.]

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Some of the authorities and records in witchcraft literature consulted in the writing of this essay are here cited for reference and information: 

Connecticut Archives:  Wyllys Papers, Original Witchcraft Depositions; Records:  General Court, Particular Court, Court of Assistants, County Court, Colonial Boundaries, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Connecticut Colonial, New Haven Colonial, Hartford Probate, New Haven Town; Magnolia Christi Americana (MATHER); MATTHEW GRANT’S Diary (TRUMBULL’S Observations) Courant Literary Section, 12-3-1904; HOADLEY’S Witchcraft Trials and Notes (Manuscript); WINTHROP’S History of New England; STILES’ History of Windsor; Blue Laws, True and False (TRUMBULL); PERKINS’ Discourse; The Literature of Witchcraft (BURR); Hammurabi’s Code; Cent.  Mag., June, 1903; BLACKSTONE’S Commentaries; A Tale of the Witches (STONE); LECKY’S Rationalism in Europe; The Witch Persecutions (BURR); Encyc.  Articles ("Witchcraft"):  Britannica, Americana, International, Chambers’, Johnson’s; Connecticut:  Origin of her Courts and Laws (HAMERSLEY); BARBER’S Connecticut Historical Collections; SCHENCK’S Fairfield; Connecticut as a Colony and State (MORGAN et al.); The House of the Seven Gables (HAWTHORNE); LATIMER’S Salem; JOHNSTON’S Nathan Hale; Connecticut History (TRUMBULL); UPHAM’S Salem Witchcraft; Conn.  Mag., Nov., 1899; Dalton’s Justice; Mem.  Hist, of Boston; Mem.  Hist, of Hartford County; Palfrey’s New England; Historic Towns of New England (Latimer); Giles Corey of the Salem Farms (Longfellow); New France and New England (Fiske); Scott’s Demonology and Witchcraft; Lowell’s “Witchcraft” (Among My Books); Whitmore’s Colonial Laws; Drake’s Witchcraft Delusion in New England; Fowler’s Salem Witchcraft; Hutchinson’s Hist, of Massachusetts Bay; Larned’s Hist, of Ready Reference (Mass.); Howe’s Puritan Republic; Goodwin’s Pilgrim Republic; Merejkowski’s Romance of Leonardo da Vinci; Bulwer’s Last Days of Pompeii; Weyman’s The Long Night; Crockett’s The Black Douglas; Lea’s Hist, of the Inquisition; Scarlet Letter (Hawthorne); A Case of Witchcraft in Connecticut (Hoadley); Witches in Connecticut (Bliss); Historical Discourses (Bacon); History of Wethersfield (Stiles); History of Long Island (Thompson), Witchcraft in Boston (Poole); Literature of Witchcraft in New England (Winsor); Witchcraft and Second Sight in the Scottish Highlands (Campbell); Witch-hunter in the Bookshops (Burr); Epidemic Delusions (Carpenter); History of New England (Neal); History of Colonization of U.S. (Bancroft); Salem Witchcraft (Fowler); Bouvier’s Law Dic.; Witchcraft in Connecticut (Livermore); Witchcraft in Salem Village, 1692 (Nevins); History of Stratford and Bridgeport (Orcutt); Bench and Bar (Adams); Conway’s Demonology and Devil-lore; Domestic and Social Life in Colonial Times (Warner); Nat.  Mag. Nov. 15, 1891.

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