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" People suffering from rheumatism go there. They bathe the part affected with water, and afterwards tie a piece of rag to the tree which overhangs the well. The rag is not put in the water at all, but is only put on the tree for luck. It is a stunted,... "
Celtic Folklore: Welsh and Manx - Side 347
af Sir John Rhys - 1901 - 718 sider
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

The Cambrian, Bind 12–13

1892
...well is called Ffynon Cae Moch. Another version (supplied by Mr. T. Howell of Pencoed) states that the rag is not put in the water at all, but is tied on the tree "for luck." Mr. J. Jones of Jesus College, a native of the Rhondda Valley, was the...
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The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, Bind 3

Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) - 1893
...Coychurch, 1J from Bridgend, near Tremains. It is within twelve or fifteen yards of the high road, just where the pathway begins. People suffering from...but very old tree, and is simply covered with rags." My next informant is Mr. DJ Jones of Jesus College, Oxford, a native of the Rhondda Valley, in the...
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The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion

1893
...piece of rag to the tree which overhangs the well. The rag is not put in the water at all, but is ouly put on the tree for luck. It .is a stunted, but very old tree, and is simply covered with rags." My next informant is Mr. DJ Jones of Jesus College, Oxford, a native of the Rhondda Valley, in the...
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The Legend of Perseus: A Study of Tradition in Story, Custom and Belief, Bind 2

Edwin Sidney Hartland - 1895
...as saying of Ffynnon Cae Moch, about half-way between Coychurch and Bridgend, in Glamorganshire : " People suffering from rheumatism go there. They bathe...but very old tree, and is simply covered with rags." In another case, that of Ffynnon Eilian (Elian's Well), near Abergele in Denbighshire, of which Professor...
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Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society

Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society - 1905
...Moch, between Coychurch and Bridgend, * Rh^s, p. 605. in Glamorganshire. They bathe the parts affected and afterwards tie a piece of rag to the tree which overhangs the well. The tree was covered with votive rags. Professor Rhys, who saw it a year later, mentions other Welsh instances....
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society

Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society - 1905
...Moch, between Coychurch and Bridgencl, * Rhys, p. 605. in Glamorganshire. They bathe the parts affected and afterwards tie a piece of rag to the tree which overhangs the well. The tree was covered with votive rags. Professor Rhys, who saw it a year later, mentions other Welsh instances....
Fuld visning - Om denne bog




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