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Bordelon, Laurent,
A History of the Ridiculous Extravagancies of Monsieur Oufle (London: J. Morphew, 1711).

[Bordelon, Laurent,] A History of the Ridiculous Extravagancies of Monsieur Oufle (London: J. Morphew, 1711).

A| HISTORY| OF THE| Ridiculous Extravagancies| OF| Monsieur OUFLE;| Occasion'd by his reading Books treating| of Magick, the Black-Art, Daemoniacks, Conjurers,| Witches, Hobgoblins, Incubus's, Succubus's, and the| Diabolical-Sabbath; of Elves, Fairies, Wanton Spirits,| Genius's, Spectres and Ghosts; of Dreams, the Phi-|losopher's-Stone, Judical Astrology, Horoscopes, Talis-|mans, Lucky and Unlucky Days, Eclipses, Comets,| and all sorts of Apparitions, Divinations, Charms,| Enchantments, and other Superstitious Practices.| WITH| NOTES containing a multitude of Quotations| out of those Books, which have either Caused such| Extravagant Imaginations, or may serve to Cure them.| [rule]| Written Originally in French, by the Abbott B-----;| and now Translated into English.| [double rule]| Printed for J. Morphew, near Stationer's-Hall. 1711.

Description

titlepage/ [2] pp. preface/ [4] pp. Contents/ [irregular pagination:] p.1-80/ 81-96/ 81-304/ p.[305] books published by J. Morphew/ 8

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Bibliographical Reference

ESTC: t036519.

Date of Publication

September 1711, cf. Works of the Learned, 13 (1711), p.318.

History of Publication

Source: Bordelon, Laurent, Histoire des imaginations extravagantes de M. Oufle, causées par la lecteur des livres qui traitent de la magie, du grimoire (Amsterdam, 1710).link

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