APA Citation

Hathaway, R. (1702). The tryal of Richard Hathaway: Upon an information for being a cheat and impostor, for endeavouring to take away the life of Sarah Morduck, for being a witch, at Surrey assizes, begun and held in the Burrough of Southwark, March the 24th, 1702. In Which Is discovered the malicious Designs of the said Impostor, with an Account of his pretended Inchantments and Witchcraft. Before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt and Mr. Baron Hatsell. To which is added, A Short Account of the Tryal of Richard Hathaway, Thomas Wellyn and Elizabeth his Wife, and Elizabeth Willoughby, Wife of Walter Willoughby, upon an Information for a Riot and Assault upon Sarah Morduck, the pretended Witch, at the said Assizes. London: printed for Isaac Cleave, next to Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-Lane.

Chicago Style Citation

Hathaway, Richard. The Tryal of Richard Hathaway: Upon an Information for Being a Cheat and Impostor, for Endeavouring to Take Away the Life of Sarah Morduck, for Being a Witch, At Surrey Assizes, Begun and Held in the Burrough of Southwark, March the 24th, 1702. In Which Is Discovered the Malicious Designs of the Said Impostor, With an Account of His Pretended Inchantments and Witchcraft. Before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt and Mr. Baron Hatsell. To Which Is Added, A Short Account of the Tryal of Richard Hathaway, Thomas Wellyn and Elizabeth His Wife, and Elizabeth Willoughby, Wife of Walter Willoughby, Upon an Information for a Riot and Assault Upon Sarah Morduck, the Pretended Witch, At the Said Assizes. London: printed for Isaac Cleave, next to Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-Lane, 1702.

MLA Citation

Hathaway, Richard. The Tryal of Richard Hathaway: Upon an Information for Being a Cheat and Impostor, for Endeavouring to Take Away the Life of Sarah Morduck, for Being a Witch, At Surrey Assizes, Begun and Held in the Burrough of Southwark, March the 24th, 1702. In Which Is Discovered the Malicious Designs of the Said Impostor, With an Account of His Pretended Inchantments and Witchcraft. Before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt and Mr. Baron Hatsell. To Which Is Added, A Short Account of the Tryal of Richard Hathaway, Thomas Wellyn and Elizabeth His Wife, and Elizabeth Willoughby, Wife of Walter Willoughby, Upon an Information for a Riot and Assault Upon Sarah Morduck, the Pretended Witch, At the Said Assizes. London: printed for Isaac Cleave, next to Serjeants-Inn in Chancery-Lane, 1702.

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