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Notes On The Folk Lore Of The Northern Counties Of England And The Borders

by William Henderson

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Customs & Traditions,
  • Social Science / Customs & Traditions,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Sociology,
  • Novelty

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9794947M
    ISBN 101428600531
    ISBN 109781428600539

    notes on the folk lore. of the northern counties of england. and the borders. by william henderson. Notes on the Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders. With an appendix of household stories by S. Baring-Gould. London: Longlmans, Green, and Company, Henderson, William. Notes on the Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders. A new edition with many additional notes.

    Danger from Fairies, William Henderson, Notes of the Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders. Fairy Butter, Michael Aislabie Denham, The Denham Tracts. The Fairy Hill's Afire, Michael Aislabie Denham, The Denham Tracts. The Piskies' Changeling, Robert Hunt, Popular Romances of the West of England. In Northern English folklore, the Barghest or Barguest is a mythical monstrous black dog with large teeth and claws, though in other cases the name can refer to a ghost or household elf, especially in Northumberland and Durham, such as the Cauld Lad of Hylton. 1 Origin of the name. 2 Domain and description. 3 In popular culture.

    Habetrot (Habitrot, Habtrot and Habbitrot) is a figure in folklore of the Border counties of Northern England and Lowland Scotland associated with spinning and the spinning wheel. A well known folktale to feature this character was recorded in Selkirkshire and featured her along with two other spinsters, who in complement to Habetrot's deformed lips feature a splayed foot and a flat thumb Oceania: Bunyip, Manaia, Mimis, Muldjewangk, . Northern Borders is Moshers nostalgic novel of life in northern Vermonts Kingdom County, as told by a man remembering his boyhood. In six-year-old Austen Kittredge III leaves his widowed father to live with his paternal grandparents on their farm in the township of Lost Nation/5.


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Notes On The Folk Lore Of The Northern Counties Of England And The Borders by William Henderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Concentrating on northern England and the Borders of Scotland, this volume has an enormous wealth of superstitions about that region. The crowning achievement of Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties, as it is often abbreviated, is its very complete and rarely matched sections on ghosts, local sprites, monsters, and omens/5(2).

Concentrating on northern England and the Borders of Scotland, this volume has an enormous wealth of superstitions about that region. The crowning achievement of Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties, as it is often abbreviated, is its very complete and rarely matched sections on ghosts, local sprites, monsters, and by: The crowning achievement of Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties, as it is often abbreviated, is its very complete and rarely matched sections on ghosts, local sprites, monsters, and omens.

It is because of these sections of the book in particular that Folklore of the Northern Counties has for many decades, served as an invaluable resource for /5(2). Notes On the Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders [William Henderson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Notes on the Folk-lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders Volume 2 of Publications of the Folklore Society: Author: William Henderson: Publisher: Longmans, Green, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

First published inWilliam Henderson’s Notes on the Folk Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders is a collection of ‘every morsel of folklore that came before [him]’.

Gathered from people Henderson met and knew, the stories are local to ‘the district between the Tweed and the Humber’. Internet Archive BookReader Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders.

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Notes on the Folk-lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders Issue 2 of Folk-lore Society Volume 2 of Folk-lore Society. London. Publications Volume 2 of Publications of the Folklore Society, London Folk-lore Society Publications, Folklore Society (Great Britain).

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Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders/Chapter 7. ←Chapter 6. Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders of a strange Northumbrian sprite, who has been entirely passed over in any accounts of Northern Folk-Lore to which I have had access.

This sprite is called the. Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders/Chapter 1. Our northern Folk-Lore is unanimous in bearing witness to the power of baptism. A clerical friend of mine, who once held a cure in Northumberland, tells me that it is there considered to affect a child physically as well as spiritually a notion which I.

MONG the rich and varied Folk-Lore of the North of England and the Scottish Lowlands it is imposible not to remark how numerous and characteristic are the legends respecting dragons, or, as we locally call them, worms—a name taken from the Norse Ormr, a serpent or tales are sometimes enshrined in ballads, sometimes bound up with the tenure of property, sometimes.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Henderson, William, Notes on the folk lore of the northern counties of England and the borders. Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders.

By William Henderson. Abstract "First edition published in "--p. [vi]Bibliography included in of access: Internet Topics: Folklore. Publisher: London: Pub. for the Folk-lore Society by W. Satchell, Peyton, Year: OAI Author: William Henderson.

Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders. London, Longmans, Green, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. William Henderson "Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders" — L.: Longmans, Green and Co., ().

Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders/Chapter 6. ←Chapter 5. Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders Note that in England the extirpation of wolves under the Anglo-Saxon kings has altered the ancient legends of lycanthropy into stories of transformation into hares.Notes on the folk-lore of the northern counties of England and the borders.

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