The Folk-lore Record, Volume 5

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Folk-lore Society, 1882 - Folklore
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Page 63 - THE FAMOUS HISTORIE OF FRYER BACON, containing the wonderfull things that he did in his life : also the manner of his death, with the lives and deaths of the two conjurers, Bungye and Vandermast. Very pleasant and delightfull to be read.
Page 86 - say the bells of Old Bailey. " When I grow rich,
Page 70 - Antiquitates Vulgares, or the Antiquities of the Common People, Giving an Account of several of their Opinions and Ceremonies, with Proper Reflections upon each of them ; showing which may be retain'd, and which ought to be laid aside.
Page 166 - In the centre is a bench with three judges ; kneeling at their feet, in an attitude of prayer, is a woman ; further towards the foreground is a butcher's table, and upon it a naked babe, which a man is preparing to kill with a large knife, while beside him stands a second woman with an indifferent air.
Page 79 - Household Stories from the land of Hofer, or, POPULAR MYTHS OF TIROL, INCLUDING THE ROSE GARDEN OF KING LARYN. John Deane of Nottingham, His ADVENTURES AND EXPLOITS : a Tale of the Times of William of Orange and Queen Anne. By WHG KINGSTON. "Full of exciting adventures, capitally told."— Literary Churchman. Out on the Pampas, or THE YOUNG SETTLERS. By GA HENTY, Author of
Page 68 - PROVERBS, Handbook of. Containing an entire Republication of Ray's Collection of English Proverbs, with his additions from Foreign Languages and a complete Alphabetical Index; in which are introduced large additions as well of Proverbs as of Sayings, Sentences, Maxims, and Phrases, collected by HG Bohn. 5*.
Page 95 - Man took pity on the coyote, because he was now the weakest of all animals, weaker even than the frog, and he prayed to Kareya for him, and Kareya gave him cunning, ten times more than before, so that he was cunning above all the animals of the wood. So the coyote was a friend to The Man and to his children after him, and helped him, and did many things for him, as we shall see hereafter. In the legendary lore of the Karok the coyote plays the same conspicuous part that Reynard does in ours, and...
Page 73 - The Life and Death of the Merry Devill of Edmonton, with the Pleasant Pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John and mine Host of the George about the stealing of Venison, was entered at Stationers
Page 76 - The Races of Mankind, being a popular Description of the Characteristics, Manners, and Customs of the Principal Varieties of the Human Family; by Robert Brown.
Page 68 - A Polyglot of Foreign. Comprising French, Italian, German, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, and Danish. With English Translations & a General Index by HG Bohn. 5*.

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