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Introduction Prologue, explaining why this treatise has been difficult to write, but why it was necessary to do so. Book 1: Magic in general, and Natural and Artificial Magic in Particular. Book 2: Magic involving Evil Spirits Book 3: Harmful Magic and Superstition Book 4: Divination Book 5: The Duty of Judges in dealing with Workers of Harmful Magic; or, The Judicial Process in Relation to the Crime of Magic. Book 6: The Duty of a Confessor

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P. G. Maxwell-Stuart is a Research Fellow in the Department of History at the University of Aberdeen and an honorary lecturer in the Department of History in the University of St. Andrews

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'This volume represents an alliance between two meticulous bibliophiles, the demonologist del Rio and his editor Maxwell-Stuart, who has patiently identified most of the ancient, medieval and early modern texts upon which he relied for most of his source material. This translation makes accessible a major trove of source material as well as a famous polemical work.' Professor Ronald Hutton, Ecclesiastical History

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