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Amsterdam, 1707), 580.

GUEST : The Mabinogion, from the ILyfr Cock o Hergest and other
ancient Welsh manuscripts, with an English translation and
notes by Lady Charlotte Guest (London, 1849), 69, 123, 196, 386,
442, 502, 507, 509, 538, 553, 560, 613, 620, 629, 645-7, 6 49- 672.

GWENOGVRYN : Facsimile of the Black Book of Carmarthen,
reproduced by the autotype mechanical process, with a
palasographical note by J. Gwenogvryn Evans (Oxford,
1888), 216, 217, 383, 384, 413, 432, 478, 513, 527, 543, 545, 563,
565, 619, 621.

,, : Report on Manuscripts in the Welsh Language, published by
the Historical MSS. Commission (vol. i, London, 1898-9),
280, 330, 487, 573.

: The Text of the Bruts from the Red Book of Hergest, edited
by John Rhys and J. Gwenogvryn Evans (Oxford, 1890),
163, 201, 442, 506, 512, 562.

: The Text of the 'Mabinogion' and other Welsh Tales from
the Red Book of Hergest, edited by John Rhys and
J. Gwenogvryn Evans (Oxford, 1887), 69, 142, 196, 207, 208,
217, 218, 225, 226, 233, 264, 280, 287, 315, 386, 388, 425, 430,
439, 440, 442, 498, 500, 502, 506, 507, 509-16, 519-27, 529-34,
536, 537, 543. 546-S, 550, 551, 553, 560, 561, 565, 580, 608-10,
613, 619, 620, 622, 628-30, 636, 637, 644, 645, 647, 649, 657, 672.
: The Text of the Book of ILan Ddv, reproduced from the
Gwysaney manuscript by J. G. Evans, with the co-operation
of John Rhys (Oxford, 1893) [this is also known as the
Liber Landavensis], 163, 398, 476, 478, 528, 531, 568, 691.

HANCOCK : Senchus Mor, vol. i, prefaced by W. Neilson Hancock

(Dublin,. 1865), 617.
HARDY : Descriptive Catalogue of Materials relating to the History of

Great Britain and Ireland, by Thos. Duffus Hardy (vol. i,

London, 1862), 476.
HARTLAND : The Legend of Perseus, a study of tradition in story,

custom, and belief, by Edwin Sidney Hartland (London,

1894-6), 662.



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES xxxvii

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by Edwin Sidney Hartland (London, 1891), 18, 268, 583.
HENDERSON : Fled Bricrend, edited with translation, introduction,

and notes, by George Henderson (London, 1899), 501.
HENDERSON : Notes on the Folk- Lore of the Northern Counties of

England and the Borders, by Wm. Henderson (London,

1879), 340, 346.
HERBORD : Herbordi Vita Ottonis Ep. Bambergensis, in vol. xiv of

Pertz' Monumenta Germanics Historica Scriptomm [ = Script.

vol. xii], edited by G. H. Pertz (Hanover, 1826-85), 553.
HERGEST : The Red Book of Hergest: see GUEST, GWENOGVRYN,

SKENE.
HEYWOOD: The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood (London,

1874), 694.
HIDDEN : Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden Monachi Cesfrensis,

together with the English translations of John Trevisa

and an unknown writer of the fifteenth century, edited by

Ch. Babington (Rolls Series, London, 1865-86), 330, 331.
HOLDER : Alt-celtischer Sprachschats, by Alfred Holder (Leipsic,

1896-), 533, 622, 659.
HOWELLS: Cambrian Superstitions, comprising ghosts, omens,

witchcraft, and traditions, by W. Howells (Tipton, 1831),

74, 155, 160, 173, 204, 245, 268, 331, 424, 453, 469, 576-9.
HUBNER : Das Heiligtum des Nodon : see 446.

: Inscriptiones Britannia; Latince, edited by .ZEmilius Hiibner

and published by the Berlin Academy (Berlin, 1873), 535.
HUMPHREYS : Golud yr Oes, a Welsh magazine published by

H. Humphreys (vol. i, Carnarvon, 1863), 493.
: JLyfr Gwybodaeth Gyffredinol, a collection of Humphreys'

penny series (Carnarvon, no date), 408.

IOLO : lolo Manuscripts, a selection of ancient Welsh manuscripts
in prose and verse from the collection made by Edward
Williams (lolo Morganwg), with English translations and
notes by his son, Taliesin Williams Ab lolo, and published
for the Welsh MSS. Society (LLandovery, 1848), 564, 565,
569, 619.

IOLO GOCH : Gweithiau lolo Goch gyda Nodiadau hanesydol a beir-
niadol, by Charles Ashton, published for the Cymmrodorion
Society (Oswestry, 1896), 281, 367.

JACOBS : Celtic Fairy Tales, selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs

(London, 1892), 567.
JAMIESON : An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language, by

John Jamieson (new ed., Paisley, 1881-2), 591.
JAMIESON : Popular Ballads and Songs, by Robert Jamieson

(Edinburgh, 1806), 592.



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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES



JENKINS : Bed Gelert, its Facts, Fairies, and Folk-Lore, by D. E.

Jenkins (Portmadoc, 1899), 450, 453, 469, 533, 567.
JOHNSTONE : Antiquitates Celto-Normcmnicce, containing the Chronicle

of Man and the Isles, abridged by Camden, edited by James

Johnstone (Copenhagen, 1786), 334.
JONES: see p. 195 for Edmund Jones' Account of the Parish of

Aberystruth (Trevecka, 1779), 195, 196.
: see p. 195 as to his Spirits in the County of Monmouth

(Newport, 1813), 195, 217, 350.
JONES : The Elncidarium and other tracts in Welsh from ILyvyrAgkyr

ILandewivrevi, A. D. 1346 (Jesus College MS. 119), edited by

J. Morris Jones and John Rhys (Oxford, 1894), 529, 693.
JONES: The Myvyrian Archaiology of Wales, collected out of

ancient manuscripts, by Owen Jones ' Myvyr,' Edward

Williams, and William Owen (London, 1801 ; reprinted in

one volume by Thomas Gee, Denbigh, 1870), 441, 469, 529,

560, 610, 619.
JONES : A History of the County of Brecknock, by the Rev.

Theophilus Jones (Brecknock, 1805, 1809), 516-8.
JOYCE : Old Celtic Romances, translated from the Gaelic by P. W.

Joyce (London, 1879), 94, 376, 381, 437, 662.
JUBAINVILLE : Le Cycle mythologiqite irlandais et la Mythologie

celtique, by H. d'Arbois de Jubainville (Paris, 1884), 616,

617, 620.
: Essai d'un Catalogue de la Litte'rature e'pique de VIrlande,

by H. d'Arbois de Jubainville (Paris, 1883), 549, 616, 617, 620.

KALUZA : Libeaus Desconus, edited by Max Kaluza (Leipsic, 1890),

562.
KEATING: Fonts Feasa air Eirinn, Keating's History of Ireland,

book i, part i, edited, with a literal translation, by P. W.

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KELLY : Fockleyr Manninagh as Baarlagh, a Manx-English Dic-
tionary by John Kelly, edited by William Gill, and printed

for the Manx Society (Douglas, 1866), 316, 349.
KERMODE : Yn Lioar Manninagh, the Journal of the Isle of Man

Natural History and Antiquarian Society, edited by P. M. C.

Kermode (Douglas, 1889-), 284, 289, 311, 334, 434.
KUHN : Beitrdge zur vergleichenden Sprachforschung aiifdem Gebiete

der arise/ten, celtischen und slawischen Sprachen, edited by

Kuhn and others (Berlin, 1858-76), 629.
: Zeitschrift fiir vergleichende Sprachforschung attf dem Gebiete

der indogermanischen Sprachen, edited by Kuhn and others

(Berlin, 1854-), 625.

LAMPETER : The Magazine of St. David's College, Lampeter, 156.
LEEM : Canuti Leemii de Lapponibus Finmarchice Commentatio
(Copenhagen, 1767), 658, 663.



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES xxxix

LEGER: Cyrille et Me'thode, Etude historique sur la Conversion des

Slaves an Christianisme, by Louis Leger (Paris, 1868), 553.
LEWIS : A Topographical Dictionary of Wales, by Samuel Lewis

(3rd ed., London, 1844), 395, 397, 470.
LEYDEN: The Poetical Works of John Leyden (Edinburgh, 1875),

466.
LHUYD : Conimentarioli Britannicce Descriptionis Fragnienhtm, by

Humfrey Lhuyd (Cologne, 1572), 412.
LINDSAY : The Latin Language, an historical account of Latin

sounds, stems, and flexions, by Wallace Martin Lindsay

(Oxford, 1894), 629.
LOTH : Les Mots latins dans les langues brittoniques, by J. Loth

(Paris, 1892), 383.
ILaisy Wlad, a newspaper published at Bangor, N. Wales, 234.

MABINOGION : see GUEST and GWENOGVRYN.

MACBAIN : The Celtic Magazine, edited by Alexander Macbain

(Inverness, 1866-), 520.
MALMESBURY : De Gestis Pontificum Anglorum Libri Quinque,

edited by N. E. S. A. Hamilton (Rolls Series, London, 1870),

547-

MALORY : Le Morte Darthur, by Syr Thomas Malory, the original
Caxton edition reprinted and edited with an introduction
and glossary by H. Oskar Sommer (Nutt, London, 1889),
476, 562.

: Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur, with a preface by
John Rhys, published by J. M. Dent & Co. (London, 1893),

543, 565-

MAPES : Gualteri Mapes de Nugis Curialiuni Distinctiones Quinque,

edited by Thomas Wright and printed for the Camden

Society, 1850 [at the last moment a glance at the original

Bodley MS. 851 forced me to deviate somewhat from

Wright's reading owing to its inaccuracy], 70-2, 496.
MARQUARDT : Das Privatleben der Romer, by J. Marquardt (Leipsic,

1886), 650.
MARTIN : A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland, by

M. Martin (London, 1703), 615, 691, 692.
MASPERO : see 682.
MAXIMUS : Valerii Maximi factorum dictorumque metnorabilium

Libri novem ad Tiberium Ccesarem Augustum (the Didot ed.,

Paris, 1871), 623.
MELA : Pomponii Melee de Chorographia Libri Tres, ed. Gustavus

Parthey (Berlin, 1867), 331, 550.
MEYER : Festschrift Whitley Stokes, dedicated by Kuno Meyer and

others (Leipsic, 1900), 645.
: The Vision of MacConglinne, edited with a translation by

Kuno Meyer (London, 1892), 393, 501.



xl BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES

MEYER : Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie, edited by Kuno Meyer

and L. C. Stern (Halle, 1897-), 500.
MEYER : Romania, Recueil trimestriel consacre' a F Etude des Langues

et des Litte'ratures ronianes, edited by Paul Meyer and Gaston

Paris (vol. xxviii. Paris, 1899), 690, 693, 694.
MEYRICK : The History and Antiquities of the County of Cardigan,

by Samuel Rush Meyrick (London, 1808), 579.
MILTON : English Poems, by John Milton, 288.
Mind, a quarterly review of psychology and philosophy, edited

by G. F. Stout (London, 1876-), 633.
MOMMSEN : Heortologie, antiquarische Untersuchungen uber die stadt-

ischen Feste der Athener, by August Mommsen (Leipsic,

1864), 310.
Monthly Packet, the, now edited by C. R. Coleridge and Arthur

Innes (London, 1851-), 416, 417.
MOORE : The Folk-Lore of the Isle of Man, by A. W. Moore

(London, 1891), 284.
: The Surnames and Place-names of the Isle of Man, by

A. W. Moore (London, 1890), 311, 332, 334.
MORGAN: An Antiquarian Survey of East Gower, Glamorganshire,

by W. 1L. Morgan (London, 1899), 404.
MORGANWG : Hanes Morganwg, by Dafyd" Morganwg [D,_W.

Jones, F.G.S.] (Aberdare, 1874) [an octavo volume issued

to subscribers, and so scarce now that I had to borrow a

copy], 356.
MORRIS : Celtic Remains, by Lewis Morris, edited by Silvan Evans

and printed for the Cambrian Archaeological Association

(London, 1878), 148, 413, 564, 566, 694.
M YRBIN : Prophwydoliaeth Myrdin Wy~ttt : see 485.

NENNIUS: Nennius und Gildas, edited by San-Marte (Berlin,

1844), 281, 406, 407, 537-9, 570.
New English Dictionary, edited by Dr. James H. Murray and

Henry Bradley (London and Oxford, 1884-), 3 1 ?-
NICHOLSON : Golspie, contributions to its folklore, collected and

edited by Edward W. B. Nicholson (London, 1897), 317.
NICHOLSON : The Poetical Works of Wm. Nicholson (3rd ed., Castle

Douglas, 1878), 325.

NOTES AND QUERIES (Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.G.), 563.
,, : Choice Notes from 'Notes and Queries,'' consisting of

folklore (London, 1859), 140, 213, 217, 325, 418, 453, 454, 494,

596, 601, 611, 612.
NUTT : The Voyage of Bran son of Febal to the Land of the Living,

by Kuno Meyer and Alfred Nutt (London, 1895, l8 97), 618,

620, 622, 657, 662.
: Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail, by Alfred Nutt

(London, 1888), 287, 438, 548.



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES xli

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series of lectures delivered by the late Eugene O'Curry
(London, 1873), 375, 392, 617, 632 : see also CURRY.

O'DoNOVAN : Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters,
from the earliest period to the year 1616, edited by John
O'Donovan (2nd ed., Dublin, 1856), 414, 426-8, 433, 546, 569.

O'GRADY : Silva Gadelica, a collection of tales in Irish, with
extracts illustrating persons and places, edited from manu-
scripts and translated by Dr. S. H. O'Grady (London, 1892),

381, 437-

O'REILLY: An Irish-English Dictionary, by Edward O'Reilly, with
a supplement by John O'Donovan (Dublin, 1864), 142.

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1803), 169, 170.

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: Tours in Wales, by Thomas Pennant, edited by J. Rhys

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of the Cymmrodor, 408, 476, 480, 551, 570.



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1894), 320.

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