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" records a circumstance which took place in the nineteenth century, but which, it is to be hoped, was never customary in the Isle of Man. A farmer, who had lost a number of his sheep and cattle by murrain, burned a calf as a propitiatory offering to the... "
Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx - Side 298
af Sir John Rhys - 1901 - 718 sider
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

The Surnames & Place-names of the Isle of Man. With an Introduction by ...

Arthur William Moore - 1890 - 372 sider
...in the nineteenth century, but which, it is to be hoped, was never Ctnlist.imtti.it tttflftxes. 185 customary in the Isle of Man. A farmer, who had lost...where a chapel was afterwards built. Hence the name. Bashtey (M), ' baptism ;' in CHIBBER-Y-VASTEE, ' Well of the Baptism.' This well, which is close by...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Folklore, Bind 2

Joseph Jacobs, Alfred Trübner Nutt, Arthur Robinson Wright, William Crooke - 1891
...but which, it is to be hoped, was never customary in the Isle of Man. A farmer", he goes on to say, " who had lost a number of his sheep and cattle by murrain,...that point I have never been informed, but Mr. Moore is probably right in the use of the capital d, as the sacrificcr is, according to all accounts, a highly...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Folklore of Scottish Lochs and Springs

James Murray Mackinlay - 1893 - 364 sider
...customary in the Isle of Man. A farmer, who had lost a number of his sheep and cattle by murrain, burnt a calf as a propitiatory offering to the Deity on this spot, where a chapel was afterwards built. Such facts point to the same notion as that already indicated in connection with St. Tegla's Well,...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog




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