Faiths and Folklore of the British Isles: A Descriptive and Historical Dictionary of the Superstitions, Beliefs and Popular Customs of England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland, from Norman Times to the End of the Nineteenth Century, with Classical and Foreign Analogues, Volume 2
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