A brief and true narrative of some remarkable passages relating to sundry persons afflicted by witchcraft, in Salem Village: which happened from the nineteenth of March, to the fifth of April, 1692.
Lawson, Deodat.
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The Bookseller to the Reader.

THe Ensuing Narrative being, a Collection of some Re|markables, in an Affair now upon the Stage, made by a Credible Eye witness, is now offered unto the Reader, only as a Tast, of more that may follow in Gods Time. If the Prayers of Good People may obtain this Favour of God, That the Misterious Assaults from Hell now made upon so many of our Friends may be thoroughly Detected and Defeated, we suppose the Curious will be Entertained with as rare an History as perhaps an Age has had 〈◊◊◊〉 Narrative is but a Fore|runner.

Benjamin Harris.