PROCEEDINGS AGAINST ALICE KYTELER FOR SORCERY - 1st 1848 WITCHCRAFT WITCH MAGICK
A CONTEPORARY NARRATIVE OF THE PROCEEDING AGAINST DAME ALICE KYTELER PROSECUTED FOR SORCERY IN 1324 BY RICARD DE LEDREDE, BISHOP OF OSSORY. – WITCHCRAFT PERSECUTION, WITCHCRAFT TRIALS – OCCULT
Book Details + Condition: Printed For The Camden Society, by John B. Nicols and Son (London). First Edition, 1843. Scarce. 103 pages with 36 pages detailing the history, meeting notes and membership of the Camden Society on May 2, 1843. Blind stamped black cloth covers. Original Latin text plus English commentary about the first woman condemned for Witchcraft in Ireland, which served as a model for future Witchcraft persecutions and trials throughout the United Kingdom. Six pages of the Camden Society Membership roster remain uncut. An overall firm and clean copy of a scarce edition, with tight binding; rubbed corners and edges; wear to original boards; binding tape to spine; slight lean to book; seminary bookplates on front endpapers; interior is clean and free of markings.