Image taken from page 19 of ‘The Horse Shoe, the true legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil; showing how the horse shoe came to be a charm against witchcraft … With illustrations drawn by G. Cruickshank, etc’

Image taken from page 19 of ‘The Horse Shoe, the true legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil; showing how the horse shoe came to be a charm against witchcraft … With illustrations drawn by G. Cruickshank, etc’

Image taken from page 19 of ‘The Horse Shoe, the true legend of St. Dunstan and the Devil; showing how the horse shoe came to be a charm against witchcraft … With illustrations drawn by G. Cruickshank, etc’ Image... Read more
Image from page 55 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805)

Image from page 55 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805)

Image from page 55 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805) Image by Internet Archive Book... Read more
Image from page 80 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805)

Image from page 80 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805)

Image from page 80 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805) Image by Internet Archive Book... Read more
Image from page 28 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805)

Image from page 28 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805)

Image from page 28 of “Witchcraft: or The art of fortune-telling unveiled: from the low ambition of the celebrated Mary Pitcher, to the more elevated, but equally vague pretensions of the injudicious astrologer.” (1805) Image by Internet Archive Book... Read more