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" is the only other remains of fireworship in these counties. It was once an annual observance, and is still occasionally employed in the dales and some other localities (according to the import of the name, cattle-fire) "
Cumberland & Westmorland, ancient & modern: the people, dialect ... - Side 106
af Jeremiah Sullivan - 1857
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Blackwood's Magazine, Bind 83

1858
...this want, farewell for ever to the fires of Old Midsummer Eve. "The superstition of the need-ßre is the only other remains of fire-worship in these...(according to the import of the name cattle-fire, nod Danish for cattle), as a charm for various diseases to which cattle are liable. All the fires in...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine

1858
...! We have a St in Ulisw'ater, but he must hide his head in the presence of this glorióos St Blaze. these counties. It was once an annual observance, and is still occasionally emSunday presiding over a noble crag ployed in the dales and some other locaßres, being so called...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Fraser's Magazine, Bind 12;Bind 92

James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch - 1875
...need), •which signifies cattle, whence our English neat herd. ' It was once,' says Mr. Sullivan, 'an annual observance, and is still occasionally employed in the dales and some other localities, as a charm for the various diseases to which cattle are liable. All the fires in the village are first...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Fraser's Magazine, Bind 12

1875
...(pronounced need), which signifies cattle, whence our English neat herd. ' It was once,* says Mr. Sullivan, ' an annual observance, and is still occasionally employed in the dales and some other localities, as a charm for the various diseases to which cattle are 'liable. All the fires in the village are first...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Bygone Cumberland and Westmorland

Daniel Scott - 1899 - 262 sider
...old, was probably the last remnant of fire-worship in this country. " It was once," says Mr. Sullivan, "an annual observance, and is still occasionally employed in the dales and some other localities as a charm for the various diseases to which cattle are liable. All the fires in the village are carefully...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog




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