The Witch and the lady, being a strange and wonderful tragedy [electronic resource] : In four parts. Sh[o]wing how a lady sold herself to the Devil, to be revenged on her false lover, and caused a witch to break his neck as he was riding on the road, and ca[u]sed his wife to bring forth a great toad. II. How she agreed with the Devil, that if ever any man had to do with her, to be torn in pieces, and to have her body when dead, and how she'd charm young men to fall in love with her, and then cause them to die for her. III. How she broke the contract by lying with her own brother, not knowing one another, till a great black raven on a both, discovered it to them; and how the Devil and the spirits of her lovers would carry her away only for the soul of her mother. [No 123] IV. How the Devil tore her to pieces as soon as she died; the ministers discourse with the Devil; the death of her father and brother; the witch burn'd; and too many other things too tedious to insert here
- Dublin : Printed by B. Corcoran No. 23, Arran-quay, [between 1787? and 1791?]
- Physical Description:
- 8 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 8⁰
- "No 123" in square brackets printed on t.p.
Woodcut on t.p.
Dates derived from address in imprint on information given in the Catalogue of the Bradshaw collection of Irish books (1916)
Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Citation/References Note:
- English Short Title Catalog, T300184.
- Reproduction Note:
- Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
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