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The discourse of spirits in Enlightenment Bristol
Jonathan Barry

Present 133 (1991) 31–66; Michael MacDonald (ed.), Witchcraft and Hysteria in Elizabethan London (London, 1991); J. Swain, ‘The Lancashire Witch Trials of 1612 and 1634 and the Economics of Witchcraft’, Northern History 30 (1994) 64–85; Malcolm Gaskill, ‘Witchcraft and Power in Early Modern England: The Case of Margaret Moore’, in Jenny Kermode and Garthine Walker (eds), Women, Crime and the Courts in Early Modern England (London, 1994), pp. 125–45; Anne de Windt, ‘Witchcraft and Conflicting Visions of the Ideal Village Community’, Journal of British Studies 34 (1995

in Beyond the witch trials