An Account of the Isle of Man,: Its Inhabitants, Language, Soil, Remarkable Curiosities, the Succession of Its Kings and Bishops, Down to the Present Time. By Way of Essay. : With a Voyage to I-Colomb-kill
J. Hartley, .... R. Gibson ... and Tho. Hodgson, 1702 - Druids and druidism - 175 pages
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