The Folk-lore of the Isle of Man: Being an Account of Its Myths, Legends, Superstitions, Customs, & Proverbs, Collected from Many Sources; with a General Introduction; and with Explanatory Notes to Each Chapter
Brown, 1891 - Folk literature, Manx - 192 pages
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