1780, English, Book edition: The history of the Isle of Man. Containing a concise account of the foundation, antiquity, situation and extent of that island; with a succinct detail of enchantments that have been exhibited there by sorcerers and other infernal beings; likewise some particular and remarkable passages relative to a familiar spirit, called, the Mauthe Doog, which haunted Peel Castle: and also several striking instances of that island having been at first inhabited by giants and fairies.. [electronic resource]

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  • 72 p. ;
Published
  • Dublin Printed by James Hunter ... 1780
Language
  • English

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  • The history of the Isle of Man. Containing a concise account of the foundation, antiquity, situation and extent of that island; with a succinct detail of enchantments that have been exhibited there by sorcerers and other infernal beings; likewise some particular and remarkable passages relative to a familiar spirit, called, the Mauthe Doog, which haunted Peel Castle: and also several striking instances of that island having been at first inhabited by giants and fairies..
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  • Dublin Printed by James Hunter ... 1780
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