List of books
Table of Contents
The Black Letters. 1817.
The Blue Book: being an attempt to expose the most prevalent lies and common deceptions practised by English magicians upon the King’s subjects and upon each other, by Valentine Munday. 1698.
The Book of Loveday Ingham, a journal.
The Book of Magic, written by John Uskglass, containing at one time his prophecy.
A Child's History of the Raven King, a book by Lord Portishead.
A Complete Description of Dr Pale's fairy-servants, their Names, Histories, Characters and the Services they performed for Him, by John Segundus. 1799.
Crimes of the False King, by Peter Watershippe. 1461?.
Curiose Observations upon the Anatomie of Faeries, by Holgarth and Pickle.
English magic, by Jeremy Tott
English magical law
Eighteen Wonders to be found in the House of Albion, by Francis Pevensey.
Essay on the Extraordinary Revival of English Magic, &c., by Lord Portishead. 1814
The Excellences of Christo-Judaic Magick, 17th c., author unknown
Exercitatio Magica Nobilissima
The History and Practice of English Magic, by Jonathan Strange. Vol. I: 1816.
The History of Seven, an obscure work of unknown authorship discussing inter alia the history of a city in Faerie.
How to putte Questiones to the Dark and understand its Answeres, by an unknown author.
The Parliament of Women
A Plaine Discouverie of the Whole Revelation of St John, by John Napier
Prescriptions and Descriptions, by Francis Sutton-Grove. 1749.
The Prophecy of John Uskglass, contained in The Book of Magic