Book Details + Condition: John Rodker (London, UK). Limited and Numbered Edition, 1930. Hardcover. 188 pages. Volume by French magistrate Nicolas Remy, first printed in 1595 and known as one of the earliest major works on demonology and witchcraft. This book contains accounts of the trials of accused witches and their executions in the 16th century, many of which were overseen by the author. Subtitled "Drawn from the capital trials of 900 persons, more or less, who within the last fifteen years have in Lorraine paid the penalty of death for the crime of witchcraft". It was translated from the Latin by E.A. Ashwin and edited by English clergyman and occult scholar Montague Summers, author of Malleus Maleficarum. This particular copy is numbered 37 out of a limited printing of 1275. Firm binding; light wear to boards, with some darkening; toning to endpapers; interior is clean and free of markings.