“THIS KNOTTY AND THORNY SUBJECT OF WITCHES”
WEBSTER, John. The Displaying of Supposed Witchcraft. London, 1677.
First edition, large-paper copy, of Webster's important treatise on witchcraft, which anticipates the modern psychological concept of the power of suggestion, handsomely bound by Ramage and with dignified chain of provenance, including the noted collections of Henry Huth and Compton Mackenzie. $8500.