1905, English, Book edition: Popular antiquities of Great Britain Faith and folklore; a dictionary of national beliefs, superstitions and popular customs, past and current, with their classical and foreign analogues, described and illustrated. Forming a new ed. of "The popular antiquities of Great Britain" by Brand and Ellis, largely exended, corr., brought down to the present time, and now first alphabetically arr. by W. Carew Hazlitt. [electronic resource] Brand, John 1744-1806

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  • 2 v. (672 p.) :
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  • London Reeves and Turner 1905
Language
  • English

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  • Popular antiquities of Great Britain Faith and folklore; a dictionary of national beliefs, superstitions and popular customs, past and current, with their classical and foreign analogues, described and illustrated. Forming a new ed. of "The popular antiquities of Great Britain" by Brand and Ellis, largely exended, corr., brought down to the present time, and now first alphabetically arr. by W. Carew Hazlitt.
Author
  • Brand, John 1744-1806
Other Authors
  • Ellis, Henry, Sir, 1777-1869
  • Hazlitt, William Carew, 1834-1913
Published
  • London Reeves and Turner 1905
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  • [electronic resource]
Physical Description
  • 2 v. (672 p.) :
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  • English
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