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AB GWILYM: Barddoniaeth Dafydd ab Gwilym, edited by Cyndelw (Liverpool, 1873), 206, 233, 439, 444) 671.

ADAMNAN: The Life of St. Columba, written by Adamnan, edited by William Reeves (Dublin, 1857), 545.

AGRIPPA: H. Cornelius Agrippa De Occulta Philosophia (Paris, 1567), 213.

ANEURIN: The Book of Aneurin (see SKENE), 226, 281, 543.

Antiquary, the, a magazine devoted to the study of the past, published by Elliot Stock (London, 1880-), 467.

      "      : the Scottish: see STEVENSON.

Archæologia Cambrensis, the journal of the Cambrian Archæological Association (London, 1846-), 73, 141-6, 233, 366, 403, 468, 528, 532, 533, 542, 566, 570, 579.

Athenæum, the, a journal of English and foreign literature, science, fine arts, music, and the drama (London, 1828-), 335, 612.

ATKINSON: The Book of Ballymote, a collection of pieces (prose and verse) in the Irish language, compiled about the beginning of the fifteenth century, published by the Royal Irish Academy, with introduction, analysis of contents, and index by Robert Atkinson (Dublin, 1887), 375.

      "      : The Book of Leinster, sometimes called the Book of Glendalough, a collection of pieces (prose and verse) in the Irish language, compiled, in part, about the middle of the twelfth century, published by the Royal Irish Academy, with introduction, analysis of contents, and index by Robert Atkinson (Dublin, 1880), 381, 390, 392, 528, 531, 616, 618, 635, 657.

AUBREY: Miscellanies collected by John Aubrey (London, 1696) (the last chapter is on second-sighted persons in Scotland], 273.

BASTIAN: Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, edited by A. Bastian and others (Berlin, 1869-), 684.

BATHURST: Roman Antiquities at Lydney Park: see 445, 446.

BEHRENS: Zeitschrift für französische Sprache und Litteratur, edited by D. Behrens (Oppeln and Leipsic, 1879-), 480.

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BELL: Early Ballads, edited by Robert Bell (London, 1877), 317.

BERTRAND: La Religion des Gaulois, les Druides et le Druidisme, by Alexandre Bertrand (Paris, 1897), 552, 622, 623.

Bible: The Holy Bible, revised version (Oxford, 1885), 583.

      "      : The Manx Bible, printed for the British and Foreign Bible Society (London, 1819), 288, 297, 348.

BOSCHET: La Vie du Père Maunoir, by Boschet (Paris, 1697), 386.

BOURKE: The Bull 'Ineffabilis' in four Languages, translated and edited by the Rev. Ulick J. Bourke (Dublin, 1868), 606.

BOYD DAWKINS: Professor Boyd Dawkins' Address on the Place of a University in the History of Wales (Bangor, 1900), 388, 389.

BRAY: The Borders of the Tamar and the Tavy, their Natural History, Manners, Customs, Superstitions, &c., in a series of letters to the late Robert Southey, by Mrs. Bray (new ed., London, 1879), 213.

BRAZ: La Légende de la Mort en Basse-Bretagne, Croyances, Traditions et Usages des Bretons Armoricains, by A. le Braz (Paris, 1892), 273.


BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, Report of the (John Murray, London, 1833-), 103, 310, 346, 590.

BRYNMOR-JONES: The Welsh People, by John Rhys and David Brynmor-Jones (London, 1900), 421, 448, 454, 488, 548, 554, 613, 656, 661.

Brython, Y: see SILVAN EVANS.

CAMBRIAN: The Cambrian Biography: see OWEN.

      "      : The Cambrian Journal, published under the auspices of the Cambrian Institute [the first volume appeared in 1854 in London, and eventually the publication was continued at Tenby by R. Mason, who went on with it till the year 18641, 81, 130, 201, 202, 480, 564.

      "      : The Cambrian newspaper, published at Swansea, 468.

      "      : The Cambrian Popular Antiquities: see ROBERTS.

      "      : The Cambrian Quarterly Magazine (London, 1829-33), 202.

      "      : The Cambrian Register, printed for E. and T. Williams (London, 1796-1818), 217.

CAMPBELL: Popular Tales of the West Highlands, with a translation, by J. F. Campbell (Edinburgh, 1860-2), 433, 434, 690.

CARADOC: The Gwentian Chronicle of Caradoc of Llancarvan, 404.

      "      : The History of Wales written originally in British by Caradoc of Lhancarvan, Englished by Dr. Powell and augmented by W. Wynne (London, 1774), 476, 480.

CARMARTHEN: The Black Book of Carmarthen (see SKENE), 543.

CARNARVON: Registrum vulgariter nuncupatum 'The Record of Carnarvon,' è Codice msto Descriptum (London, 1838), 701 201, 488, 567-9, 693.

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CARRINGTON: Report of the Royal Commission on Land in Wales and Monmouthshire, Chairman, the Earl of Carrington (London, 1896), 488.

CHAMBERS: Popular Rhymes of Scotland, by Robert Chambers (Edinburgh, 1841, 1858), 585.

CHARENCEY, H. de, in the Bulletin de la Société de Linguistique de Paris, 664.

CHAUCER: The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, edited from numerous manuscripts by the Rev. Prof. Skeat (Oxford, 1894), 75.

CHRÉTIEN: Erec und Enide von Christian von Troyes, published by Wendelin Foerster (Halle, 1890), 375, 672.

CICERO: Œuvres Complètes de Cicéron (the Didot ed., Paris, 1875), 652.

CLARK: Limbus Patrum Morganiæ et Glamorganiæ, being the genealogies of the older families of the lordships of Morgan and Glamorgan, by George T. Clark (London, 1886), 26.

CLODD: Tom Tit Tot, an essay on savage philosophy in folklore, by Edward Clodd (London, 1886), 584, 598, 607, 627, 628, 630.

COCHRANE: The Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, Robert Cochrane, Secretary (Hodges, Figgis & Co., Dublin), 546.

COCKAYNE: Leechdoms, Wortcunning and Starcraft of early England, by the Rev. Oswald Cockayne (Rolls Series, London, 1864-6), 293.

CORMAC: Cormac's Glossary, translated and annotated by John O'Donovan, edited with notes and indices by Whitley Stokes (Calcutta, 1868), 51, 310, 521, 629, 632.

CORNEILLE: Le Cid, by p. Corneille, edited by J. Bud (London, 1889), 655.

COSQUIN: Contes populaires de Lorraine, by Emmanuel Cosquin (Paris, 1860), 520.

COTHI: The Poetical Works of Lewis Glyn Cothi, a Welsh bard who flourished in the reigns of Henry VI, Edward IV, Richard III, and Henry VII, edited for the Cymmrodorion Society by the Rev. John Jones 'Tegid,' and the Rev. Walter Davies 'Gwallter Mechain' (Oxford, 1837), 74, 134, 135, 201.

COULANGES: La Cité antique, by N. D. Fustel de Coulanges (Paris, 1864), 649, 650.

COURSON: Cartulaire de l'Abbaye de Redon en Bretagne, published by M. Aurélien de Courson (Paris, 1863), 544.

CRAIGFRYN: Y Ferch o Gefn Ydfa, by Isaac Craigfryn Hughes (Cardiff, 1881), 173.

CREGEEN: A Dictionary of the Manks Language, by Archibald Cregeen (Douglas, 1835), 288.

CUMMING: The Isle of Man, its History, Physical, Ecclesiastical, Civil, and Legendary, by Joseph George Cumming (London, 1848), 34.

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CURRY: The Battle of Magh Leana, together with The Courtship of Momera, with translation and notes, by Eugene Curry [later O'Curry] (Dublin, 1855), 393: see also O'CURRY.

CYNDDELW: Cymru Fu, a selection of Welsh histories, traditions, and tales, published by Hughes & Son (Wrexham, 1862) [this was originally issued in parts, and it has never borne the editor's name; but it is understood to have been the late poet and antiquary, the Rev. Robert Ellis 'Cynddelw'], 66, 91, 109, 123, 155, 1156, 481.

DALYELL: The Darker Superstitions of Scotland illustrated front History and Practice, by John Graham Dalyell (Edinburgh, 1834), 273.

DAVIES: The Mythology and Rites of the British Druids, by Edward Davies (London, 1809), 20.

DAVIES: Antiquæ Lingum Britannicæ et Linguæ Latinæ Dictionarium Duplex, by Dr. John Davies (London, 1632),13-

DERFEL HUGHES: Hynafiaethau Llandegai a Llanllechid (Antiquities of Llandegai and Llanllechid), by Hugh Derfel Hughes (Bethesda, 1866), 52, 480.

DIONYSIUS: Dionysii Halicarnassensis Antiquitatum Romanorum qua supersunt (the Didot edition, Paris, 1886), 650.

DOMESDAY: Facsimile of Domesday Book, the Cheshire volume, including a part of Flintshire and Leicestershire (Southampton, 1861-5), 650.

DOVASTON: [John F. M. Dovaston's poetical works appear to have been published in 1825, but I have not seen the book], 410-3.

DOYLE: Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, by A. Conan Doyle (London, 1893), 690.

DRAYTON: The Battaile of Agincourt, by Michaell Drayton (London, 1627), 164.

DUGDALE: Monasticon Anglicanum, a history of the abbeys and other monasteries in England and Wales, by Sir William Dugdale (vol. v, London, 1825), 443, 469, 479.

EDWARDS: Cymru, a monthly magazine edited by Owen M. Edwards (Welsh National Press, Carnarvon), 148.

ELFED: Cyfaill yr Aelwyd a'r Frythones, edited by Elfed (the Rev. H. Elvet Lewis) and Cadrawd (Mr. T. C. Evans), and published by Williams & Son, Llanelly, 23, 376, 418.

ELTON: Origins of English History, by Charles Elton (London, 1882), 615.

ELWORTHY: The Evil Eye, an Account of this ancient and widespread Superstition, by Frederick Thomas Elworthy (London, 1895), 346.

EVANS: The Beauties of England and Wales [published in London in 1801-15, and comprising two volumes (xvii and xviii)

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devoted to Wales, the former of which (by the Rev. J. Evans; published in London in 1812) treats of North Wales], 563.

FOLK-LORE: Transactions of the Folk-Lore Society (published by David Nutt, 270 Strand, London), 273, 338, 341, 344, 346, 356, 358-60, 584, 585, 593, 608.

FOULKES: Geirlyfr Bywgraffiadol o Enwogion Cymru, published and printed by Isaac Foulkes (Liverpool, 1870), 396.

FOUQUÉ: Undine, eine Erzählung von Friedrich Baron de la Motte Fouqué (11th ed., Berlin, 1859), 1, 2, 27, 437, 661.

FRAZER: The Golden Bough, a study in comparative religion, by Dr. J. G. Frazer (London, 1890), 638, 662.

      "      : The Origin of Totemism (in the Fortnightly Review for April, 1899), 662, 663.

FROISSART: Œuvres de Froissart, Chroniques, edited by Kervyn de Lettenhove (Brussels, 1870-7), 489.

      "      : Chroniques de J. Froissart, published for the 'Société de l'Histoire de France,' by Siméon Luce (Paris, 1869-), 489-91.

      "      : Lord Berners' translation (in black letter), published in London in 1525, and Thomas Johnes', in 1805-6, 490.

GAIDOZ: Revue Celtique, 'fondée par M. Henri Gaidoz,' 1870-85 [since then it has been edited by H. d'Arbois de Jubainville, and it is now published by Bouillon in Paris (67 Rue de Richelieu)], 60, 374, 375, 387, 389, 390, 427, 432, 435, 480, 519, 546, 573, 580, 581, 603, 618, 619, 629,631, 649.

GEOFFREY: Gottfried's von Monmouth Historia Regum Britanniæ und Brut Tysylio, published by San-Marte (Halle, 1854), 4, 280, 281, 374, 406, 448, 503, 507, 547, 562, 611.

GILBERT: Leabhar na h-Uidhri, a collection of pieces in prose and verse in the Irish language, compiled and transcribed about A. D. 1100 by Moelmuiri mac Ceileachar, published by the Royal Irish Academy, and printed from a lithograph of the original by O'Longan & O'Looney (preface signed by J. T. Gilbert, Dublin, 1870), 381, 387, 414, 424, 435, 498, 537, 547, 611, 613, 618, 620, 624, 654, 657, 661.

GILLEN: The Native Tribes of Central Australia, by Baldwin Spencer and F. J. Gillen (London, 1899), 662, 663.

GIRALDUS: Giraldi Cambrensis Itinerarium Kambriæ et Descriptio Kambriæ, edited by James F. Dimock (Rolls Series, London, 1868), 72, 90, 269-71, 303, 389, 414, 441, 507, 509, 660.

GLANFFRWD: Plwyf Llanwyno: yr hen Amser, yr hen Bobl, a'r hen Droion, by Glanffrwd [the Rev. W. Glanffrwd Thomas] (Pontypridd, 1888), 26.

GOTTINGEN: Göttingische gelehrte Anzeigen, unter der Aufsicht der königl. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften (Gottingen, 1890), 544.

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GREGOR: Notes on the Folk-lore of the North-east of Scotland, by the Rev. Walter Gregor, published for the Folk-Lore Society (London, 1881), 103.

GRIFFIN: The Poetical and Dramatic Works of Gerald Griffin (Dublin, 1857), 205, 418.

GRÖBER: Grundriss der romanischen Philologie, unter Mitwirkung von 25 Fachgenossen, edited by Gustav Gröber (Strassburg, 1886), 563.

      "      : Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie, edited by Gustav Gröber (Halle, 1877-), 563.

GRUTER: Iani Gruteri Corpus Inscriptionum (part ii of vol. i, Amsterdam, 1707), 580.

GUEST: The Mabinogion, from the Llyfr Coch o Hergest and other ancient Welsh manuscripts, with an English translation and notes by Lady Charlotte Guest (London, 1849), 69, 123, 196, 386, 442, 502, 507, 509, 538, 553, 560, 613, 620, 629, 645-7, 649, 672.

GWENOGVRYN: Facsimile of the Black Book of Carmarthen, reproduced by the autotype mechanical process, with a palæographical note by J. Gwenogvryn Evans (Oxford, 1888), 216, 217, 383, 384, 413, 432, 478, 513, 527, 543, 545, 563, 565, 619, 621.

      "      : Report on Manuscripts in the Welsh Language, published by the Historical MSS. Commission (vol. i, London, 1898-9), 280, 330, 487, 573.

      "      : The Text of the Bruts from the Red Book of Hergest, edited by John Rhys and J. Gwenogvryn Evans (Oxford, 1890), 163, 201, 442, 506, 512, 562.

      "      : The Text of the 'Mabinogion' and other Welsh Tales from the Red Book of Hergest, edited by John Rhys and J. Gwenogvryn Evans (Oxford, 1887), 69, 142, 196, 207, 208, 217, 218, 225, 226, 233, 264, 280, 287, 315, 386, 388, 425, 430, 439, 440, 442, 498, 500, 502, 506, 507, 509-16, 519-27, 529-34, 536, 537, 543, 546-8, 550, 551, 553, 560, 561, 565, 580, 608-10, 613, 619, 620, 622, 628-30, 636, 637, 644, 645, 647, 649, 657, 672.

      "      : The Text of the Book of Llan Dâv, reproduced from the Gwysaney manuscript by J. G. Evans, with the co-operation of John Rhys (Oxford, 1893) [this is also known as the Liber Landavensis], 163, 398, 476, 478, 528, 531, 568, 691.

HANCOCK: Senchus Mór, vol. i, prefaced by W. Neilson Hancock (Dublin, 1805), 617.

HARDY: Descriptive Catalogue of Materials relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland, by Thos. Duffus Hardy (vol. i, London, 1862), 476.

HARTLAND: The Legend of Perseus, a study of tradition in story, custom, and belief, by Edwin Sidney Hartland (London, 1894-6), 662.

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HARTLAND: The Science of Fairy Tales, an inquiry into fairy mythology, by Edwin Sidney Hartland (London, 1891), 18, 268, 583.

HENDERSON: Fled Bricrend, edited with translation, introduction, and notes, by George Henderson (London, 1899), 501.

HENDERSON: Notes on the Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties of England and the Borders, by Wm. Henderson (London, 1879), 340, 346.

HERBORD; Herbordi Vita Ottonis Ep. Bambergensis, in vol. xiv of Pertz' Monumenta Germaniæ Historica Scriptorum [= Script. vol. xii], edited by G. H. Pertz (Hanover, 1826-85), 553.

HERGEST: The Red Book of Hergest: see GUEST, GWENOGVRYN, SKENE.

HEYWOOD: The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood (London, 1874), 694.

HIGDEN: Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden Monachi Cestrensis, together with the English translations of John Trevisa and an unknown writer of the fifteenth century, edited by Ch. Babington (Rolls Series, London, 1865-86), 330, 331.

HOLDER: Alt-celtischer Sprachschatz, by Alfred Holder (Leipsic, 1896-), 533, 622, 659.

HOWELLS: Cambrian Superstitions, comprising ghosts, omens, witchcraft, and traditions, by W. Howells (Tipton, 1831), 74, 155, 160, 173, 204, 245, 268, 331, 424, 453, 469, 576-9.

HÜBNER: Das Heiligtum des Nodon: see 446.

      "      : Inscriptiones Britanniæ Latinæ, edited by Æmilius Hübner and published by the Berlin Academy (Berlin, 1873), 535.

HUMPHREYS: Golud yr Oes, a Welsh magazine published by H. Humphreys (vol. i, Carnarvon, 1863), 493.

      "      : Llyfr Gwybodaeth Gyffredinol, a collection of Humphreys' penny series (Carnarvon, no date), 408.

IOLO: Iolo Manuscripts, a selection of ancient Welsh manuscripts in prose and verse from the collection made by Edward Williams (Iolo Morganwg), with English translations and notes by his son, Taliesin Williams Ab Iolo, and published for the Welsh MSS. Society (Llandovery, 1848), 564, 565, 569, 619.

IOLO GOCH: Gweithiau Iolo Goch gyda Nodiadau hanesyddol a beirniadol, by Charles Ashton, published for the Cymmrodorion Society (Oswestry, 1896), 281, 367.

JACOBS: Celtic Fairy Tales, selected and edited by Joseph Jacobs (London, 1892), 567.

JAMIESON: An Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language, by John Jamieson (new ed., Paisley, 1881-2), 591.

JAMIESON: Popular Ballads and Songs, by Robert Jamieson (Edinburgh, 1806), 592.

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JENKINS: Bedd Gelert, its Facts, Fairies, and Folk-Lore, by D. E. Jenkins (Portmadoc, 1899), 450, 453, 469, 533, 567.

JOHNSTONE: Antiquitates Celto-Normannicæ, containing the Chronicle of Man and the Isles, abridged by Camden, edited by James Johnstone (Copenhagen, 1786), 334.

JONES: see p. 195 for Edmund Jones' Account of the Parish of Aberystruth (Trevecka, 1779), 195, 196.

      "      : see p. 195 as to his Spirits in the County of Monmouth (Newport, 1813), 195, 217, 350.

JONES: The Elucidarium and other tracts in Welsh from Llyvyr Agkyr Llandewivrevi, A. D. 1346 (Jesus College MS. 119), edited by J. Morris Jones and John Rhys (Oxford, 1894), 529, 693.

JONES: The Myvyrian Archaiology of Wales, collected out of ancient manuscripts, by Owen Jones 'Myvyr,' Edward Williams, and William Owen (London, 1801; reprinted in one volume by Thomas Gee, Denbigh, 1870), 441, 469, 529, 560, 610, 619.

JONES: A History of the County of Brecknock, by the Rev. Theophilus Jones (Brecknock, 1805, 1809), 516-8.

JOYCE: Old Celtic Romances, translated from the Gaelic by p. W. Joyce (London, 1879), 94, 376, 381, 437, 662.

JUBAINVILLE: Le Cycle mythologique irlandais et la Mythologie celtique, by H. d'Arbois de Jubainville (Paris, 1884), 616, 617, 620.

      "      : Essai d'un Catalogue de la Littérature epique de l'Irlande, by H. d'Arbois de Jubainville (Paris, 1883), 549, 616, 617, 620.

KALUZA: Libeaus Desconus, edited by Max Kaluza (Leipsic, 1890), 562.

KEATING: Forus Feasa air Éirinn, Keating's History of Ireland, book i, part i, edited, with a literal translation, by p. W. Joyce (Dublin, 1880), 375.

KELLY: Fackleyr Manninagh as Baarlagh, a Manx-English Dictionary by John Kelly, edited by William Gill, and printed for the Manx Society (Douglas, 1866), Y6, 349.

KERMODE: Yn Lioar Manninagh, the journal of the Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society, edited by p. M. C. Kermode (Douglas, 1889-), 284, 24 311, 334, 434.

KUHN: Beiträge zur vergleichenden Sprachforschung auf dem Gebiete der arischen, celtischen und slawischen Sprachen, edited by Kuhn and others (Berlin, 1858-76), 629.

      "      : Zeitschrift für vergleichende Sprachforschung auf dem Gebiete der indogermanischen Sprachen, edited by Kuhn and others (Berlin, 1854-), 625.

LAMPETER: The Magazine of St David's College, Lampeter, 156.

LEEM: Canuti Leemii de Lapponibus Finmarchiæ Commentatio (Copenhagen, 1767), 658, 663.

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LEGER: Cyrille et Méthode, Etude historique sur la Conversion des Slaves am Christianisme, by Louis Leger (Paris, 1868), 553.

LEWIS: A Topographical Dictionary of Wales, by Samuel Lewis (3rd ed., London, 1844), 395, 397, 470.

LEYDEN: The Poetical Works of John Leyden (Edinburgh, 1875), 466.

LHUYD: Commentarioli Britannicæ Descriptionis Fragmentum, by Humfrey Lhuyd (Cologne, 1572), 412.

LINDSAY: The Latin Language, an historical account of Latin sounds, stems, and flexions, by Wallace Martin Lindsay (Oxford, 1894), 629.

LOTH: Les Mots latins dans les langues brittoniques, by J. Loth (Paris, 1892), 383.

Llais y Wlad, a newspaper published at Bangor, N. Wales, 234.


MACBAIN: The Celtic Magazine, edited by Alexander Macbain (Inverness, 1866-), 520.

MALMESBURY: De Gestis Pontificum Anglorum Libri Quinque, edited by N. E. S. A. Hamilton (Rolls Series, London, 1870), 547.

MALORY: Le Morte Darthur, by Syr Thomas Malory, the original Caxton edition reprinted and edited with an introduction and glossary by H. Oskar Sommer (Nutt, London, 1889), 476,562.

      "      : Sir Thomas Malory's Morte Darthur, with a preface by John Rhys, published by J. M. Dent & Co. (London, 1893), 543, 565.

MAPES: Gualteri Mapes de Nugis Curialium Distinctiones Quinque, edited by Thomas Wright and printed for the Camden Society, 1850 [at the last moment a glance at the original Bodley MS. 851 forced me to deviate somewhat from Wright's reading owing to its inaccuracy], 70-2, 496.

MARQUARDT: Das Privatleben der Römer, by J. Marquardt (Leipsic, 1886), 650.

MARTIN: A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland, by M. Martin (London, 1703), 615, 691, 692.

MASPERO: see 682

MAXIMUS: Valerii Maximi factorum dictorumque memorabilium Libri novem ad Tiberium Cæsarem Augustum (the Didot ed., Paris, 1871), 623.

MELA: Pomponii Melæ de Chorographia Libri Tres, ed. Gustavus Parthey (Berlin, 1867), 331, 550.

MEYER: Festschrift Whitley Stokes, dedicated by Kuno Meyer and others (Leipsic, 1900), 645.

      "      : The Vision of MacConglinne, edited with a translation by Kuno Meyer (London, 1892), 393, 501.

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MEYER: Zeitschrift für celtische Philologie, edited by Kuno Meyer and L. C. Stern (Halle, 1897-), 500.

MEYER: Romania, Recueil trimestriel consacré à l'Étude des Langues et des Littératures romanes, edited by Paul Meyer and Gaston Paris (vol. xxviii. Paris, 1899), 690, 693, 694.

MEYRICK: The History and Antiquities of the County of Cardigan, by Samuel Rush Meyrick (London, 1808), 579.

MILTON: English Poems, by John Milton, 2W.

Mind, a quarterly review of psychology and philosophy, edited by G. F. Stout (London, 1876-), 633.

MOMMSEN: Heortologie, antiquarische Untersuchungen über die städtischen Feste der Athener, by August Mommsen (Leipsic, 1864), 310.

Monthly Packet, the, now edited by C. R. Coleridge and Arthur Innes (London, 1851-), 416, 417.

MOORE: The Folk-Lore of the Isle of Man, by A. W. Moore (London, 1891), 284.

      "      : The Surnames and Place-names of the Isle of Man, by A. W. Moore (London, 1890), 311, 332, 334.

MORGAN: An Antiquarian Survey of East Gower, Glamorganshire, by W. Ll. Morgan (London, 1899), 404.

MORGANWG: Hanes Morganwg, by Dafydd Morganwg [D. W. Jones, P.G.S.] (Aberdare, 1874) [an octavo volume issued to subscribers, and so scarce now that I had to borrow a copy], 356.

MORRIS: Celtic Remains, by Lewis Morris, edited by Silvan Evans and printed for the Cambrian Archaeological Association (London, 1878), 148, 413, 564, 566, 694.

MYRDDIN: Prophwydoliaeth Myrddin Wylli: see 485.

NENNIUS: Nennius und Gildas, edited by San-Marte (Berlin, 1844), 281, 406, 407, 537-9, 570.

New English Dictionary, edited by Dr. James H. Murray and Henry Bradley (London and Oxford, 1884-), 317.

NICHOLSON: Golspie, contributions to its folklore, collected and edited by Edward W. B. Nicholson (London, 1897), 317.

NICHOLSON: The Poetical Works of Wm. Nicholson (3rd ed., Castle Douglas, 1878), 325.

NOTES AND QUERIES (Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C.), 563.

      "      : Choice Notes from 'Notes and Queries,' consisting of folklore (London, 1859), 140, 213, 217, 325, 418, 453, 454, 494, 596, 601, 611, 612.

NUTT: The Voyage of Bran son of Febal to the Land of the Living, by Kuno Meyer and Alfred Nutt (London, 1895,1897), 618, 620, 622, 657, 662.

      "      : Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail, by Alfred Nutt (London, 1888), 287, 438, 548.

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O'CURRY: On the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Irish, a series of lectures delivered by the late Eugene O'Curry (London, 1873), 375, 392, 617, 632: see also CURRY.

O'DONOVAN: Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland by the Four Masters, from the earliest period to the year 1616, edited by John O'Donovan (2nd ed., Dublin, 1856), 414, 426-8, 433, 546, 569.

O'GRADY: Silva Gadelica, a collection of tales in Irish, with extracts illustrating persons and places, edited from manuscripts and translated by Dr. S. H. O'Grady (London, 1892), 381, 437.

O'REILLY: An Irish-English Dictionary, by Edward O'Reilly, with a supplement by John O'Donovan (Dublin, 1864), 142.

OLIVER: Monumenta de Insula Manniæ, being Vol. iv of the publications of the Manx Society, by J. R. Oliver (Douglas, 1860), 314, 334.

OWEN: Ancient Laws and Institutes of Wales, edited by Aneurin Owen for the Public Records Commission (London, 1841),421.

OWEN: Welsh Folk-Lore, a collection of the folk-tales and legends of North Wales, being the prize essay of the National Eisteddfod in 1887, by the Rev. Elias Owen (Oswestry and Wrexham, 1806), 222, 275, 690.

OWEN: The Poetical Works of the Rev. Goronwy Owen, with his life and correspondence, edited by the Rev. Robert Jones (London, 1876), 84.

OWEN: The Description of Pembrokeshire, by George Owen of Henllys, edited with notes and an appendix by Henry Owen (London, 1892), 506, 513, 515.

OWEN: The Cambrian Biography, or Historical Notices of celebrated men among the Ancient Britons, by William Owen (London, 1803), 169, 170.

PARIS: Merlin, Roman en Prose du XIIIe Siècle, edited by Gaston Paris and Jacob Ulrich (Paris, 1886), 563.

PARTHEY: Itinerarium Antonini Augusti et Hierosolymitanum ex Libris manuscripts, edited by G. Parthey and M. Pinder (Berlin, 1848), 54.

Pembroke County Guardian, the, a newspaper owned and edited by H. W. Williams and published at Solva, 160, 171, 172.

PENNANT: A Tour in Scotland, by Thomas Pennant (Warrington, 1774), 310.

      "      : Tour in Scotland and a Voyage to the Hebrides, MDCCLXXII, by Thomas Pennant (Chester, 1774), 692.

      "      : Tours in Wales, by Thomas Pennant, edited by J. Rhys (Carnarvon, 1883), 125, 130, 532.

PHILLIMORE: Annales Cambriæ, and Old-Welsh Genealogies from Harleian MS. 3859, edited by Egerton Phillimore, in vol. ix of the Cymmrodor, 408, 476, 480, 551, 570.

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PHILLIPS: The Book of Common Prayer in Manx Gaelic, being translations made by Bishop Phillips in 1610 and by the Manx clergy in 1765; edited by A. W. Moore, assisted by John Rhys, and printed for the Manx Society (Douglas, 1893, 1894), 320.

PLAUTUS: T. Macci Plauti Asinaria, from the text of Goetz and Schoell, by J. H. Gray (Cambridge, 1894), 535-

PLUTARCH: De Defectu Oraculorum (the Didot ed., Paris, 1870), 331, 456, 493, 494.

POWYSLAND: Collections, historical and archæological, relating to Montgomeryshire and its Borders, issued by the Powysland Club (London, 1868-), 237.

PRELLER: Griechische Mythologie, von L. Preller, vierte Auflage von Carl Robert (Berlin, 1887), 310.

PRICE: Hanes Cymru a Chenedl y Cymry o'r Cynoesoedd hyd at farwolueth Llewelyn ap Gruffydd, by the Rev. Thomas Price 'Carnhuanawc' (Crickhowel, 1842), 490.

PTOLEMY: Claudii Plolemæi Geographia: e Codicibus recognovit Carolus Müllerus (vol. i, Paris, 1883), 385, 387, 388, 445, 581.

PUGHE: The Physicians of Myddvai (Meddygon Myddfai), translated by John Pughe of Aberdovey, and edited by the Rev. John Williams Ab Ithel (Llandovery, 1861) [this volume has an introduction consisting of the Legend of Llyn y Fan Fach, contributed by Mr. William Rees of Tonn, who collected it, in the year 1841, from various sources named], 2, 12.

PUGHE: A Dictionary of the Welsh Language explained in English, by Dr. Wm. Owen Pughe (2nd ed., Denbigh, 1832), 383, 502.

RASTELL: A C. Mery Talys, printed by John Rastell, reprinted in Hazlitt's Shakespeare Jest-books (London, 1844), 599.

REES: An Essay on the Welsh Saints or the primitive Christians usually considered to have been the founders of Churches in Wales, by the Rev. Rice Rees (London and Llandovery, 1836), 163, 217, 396, 534.

REFS: Lives of the Cambro-British Saints, by the Rev. W. J. Rees, published for the Welsh MSS. Society (Llandovery, 1853), 693.

RENNES: Annales de Bretagne publiées par la Faculté des Lettres de Rennes (Rennes, 1886-), 50o.

Revue Archéologique (new series, Vol. xxiii, Paris, 1800.), 386.

RHYS: Celtic Britain, by John Rhys (2nd ed., London, 1884), 72.

      "      : Lectures on Welsh Philology, by John Rhys (2nd ed., London, 1879), 566.

      "      : Hibbert Lectures, 1886, on the origin and growth of religion as illustrated by Celtic heathendom, by John Rhys (London, 1888), 310, 321, 328, 331, 373, 387, 432, 435, 444, 447, 511, 542, 570, 613, 654, 657, 694.

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RHYS: Studies in the Arthurian Legend, by John Rhys (Oxford, 1891), 217, 287, 331, 375, 382, 387, 435, 438-41, 466, 494, 496, 561, 573, 610, 613.

RHYS: Cambrobrytannicæ Cymraeæve Lingua Institutiones et Rudimenta ... conscripta à Joanne Dauide Rhæso, Monensi Lanuaethlæo Cambrobrytanno, Medico Senensi (London, 1592), 22, 225.

RICHARD: The Poetical Works of the Rev. Edward Richard (London, 1811), 577.

RICHARDS: A Welsh and English Dictionary, by Thomas Richards (Trefriw, 1815) 378.

ROBERTS: The Cambrian Popular Antiquities, by Peter Roberts, (London, 1815), 396.

ROSELLINI: see 682.

RYMER: Fædera, Conventiones, Literæ, et cujuscunque Generis Acta publica inter Reges Angliæ, et alios quosvis Imperatores, Reges, Pontifices, Principes, vel Communitates, edited by Thomas Rymer (vol. viii, London, 1709), 490.

SALE: The Koran, translated into English with explanatory notes and a preliminary discourse, by George Sale (London, 1877), 608.

SAMPSON: Otia Merseiana, the publication of the Arts Faculty of University College, Liverpool, edited by John Sampson (London), 393, 451.

SAN-MARTE: Beiträge zur bretonischen und celtisch-germanischen Heldensage, by San-Marte (Quedlinburg, 1847), 611.

SCHWAN: Grammatik des Altfanzösischen, by Eduard Schwan (Leipsic, 1888), 563.

SCOTLAND: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (Edinburgh), 244,

SCOTT: the Works of Sir Walter Scott, 320, 643, 689.

SÉBILLOT: Traditions et Superstitions de la Haute-Bretagne, by Paul Sébillot (Paris, 1882), 273.

SHAKESPEARE: The Plays and Poems of Shakespeare, 197, 636, 694.

SIKES: British Goblins, Welsh Folk-lore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions, by Wirt Sikes (London, 1880), 17, 18, 99, 155, 160, 173, 191, 192.

SILVAN EVANS: Dictionary of the Welsh Language (Geiriadur Cymraeg), by D. Silvan Evans (Carmarthen, 1888-), 387, 431, 539, 580, 620, 621.

      "      : Y Brython, a periodical in Welsh for Welsh antiquities and folklore, edited by the Rev. D. S. Evans, and published by Robert Isaac Jones at Tremadoc (in quarto for 1858 and 1859, in octavo for 1860-2), 40, 73, 86, 98, 34, 137, 141, 151-5, 158-60, 202, 321, 413, 442, 456, 464, 470, 481, 690.

      "      : Ystên Sioned, by D. Silvan Evans (Aberystwyth, 1882), 271-3.

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SIMROCK: Die Edda, die ältere und jüngere, nebst den mythischen Erzählungen der Skalda, translated and explained by Karl Simrock (Stuttgart, 1855), 652.

SINCLAIR: The Statistical Account of Scotland, drawn up from the communications of the ministers of the different parishes, by Sir John Sinclair (Edinburgh, 1794), 310.

SKENE: Chronicles of the Picts, Chronicles of the Scots, and other Memorials of Scottish History, edited by Win. F. Skene (Edinburgh, 1867), 374.

SKENE: The Four Ancient Books of Wales, by Wm. F. Skene (Edinburgh, 1868) [vol. ii contains, besides notes and illustrations, the. text of the Black Book of Carmarthen, 3-61; the Book of Aneurin, 62-107; the Book of Taliessin, 108-217; and some of the poetry in the Red Book of Hergest, 218-308. These four texts are to be found translated in Vol. i], 226, 233, 269, 281, 387, 442, 541, 543, 550, 614-7.

South Wales Daily News (Duncan, Cardiff), 376.

SOUTHEY: Madoc, a poem by Robert Southey (London, 1815), 169, 171.

SPEED: The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, by John Speed [not Speede] (London, 1611), 208.

STEINMEYER: Die althochdeutschen Glossen, collected and elaborated by Elias Steinmeyer and Eduard Sievers (Berlin, 1879-98), 683.

STENGEL: Li Romans de Durmart le Galois, altfranzösisches Rittergedicht, published for the first time by Edmund Stengel (Tübingen, 1873), 438.

STEPHENS: The Gododin of Aneurin Gwawdrydd, with an English translation and copious notes, by Thomas Stephens; edited by Professor Powel, and printed for the Cymmrodorion Society (London, 1888), 310, 543, 647.

STEVENSON: The Scottish Antiquary or Northern Notes and Queries, edited by J. H. Stevenson (Edinburgh, 1886-), 693.

STOKES: Cormac's Glossary: see CORMAC.

      "      : Goidelica, Old and Early-Middle-Irish Glosses, Prose and Verse, edited by Whitley Stokes (2nd ed., London, 1872), 295, 374.

      "      : Irische Texte mit Uebersetzungen und Wörterbuch, edited by Whitley Stokes and E. Windisch (3rd series, Leipsic, 1891), 631.

      "      : The Tripartite Life of Patrick, edited, with translations and indexes, by Whitley Stokes (Rolls Series, London, 1887), 535.

      "      : Urkeltischer Sprachschatz von Whitley Stokes, übersetzt, überarbeitet und herausgegeben von Adalbert Bezzenberger, forming the second part of the fourth edition of Fick's Vergleichendes Wörterbuch der indogermanischen Sprachen (Gottingen, 1894), 671.

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STRABO: Strabonis Geografihica recognovit Augustus Meineke STRABO: Strabonis Geographica recognovit Augustus Meineke (Leipsic, 1852-3), 654.

STURLÆUS: Edda Snorrunis Sturlæi (Copenhagen, 1848), 652.

TACITUS: Cornelii Taciti de Origine et Situ Germanorum Liber, edited by Alfred Holder (Freiburg i. B., and Tübingen, 1882), 271.

Taliesin, a Welsh periodical published at Ruthin in 1859-60, 135-7, 269.

TALIESSIN: The Book of Taliessin (see SKENE), 550, 614-7.

TEGID: Gwaith Barddonol y diweddar barch. John Jones 'Tegid' [also called Joan Tegid], edited by the Rev. Henry Roberts (Llandovery, 1859), 445.

TRIADS: [The so-called Historical Triads, referred to in this volume, are to be found in the Myvyrian Archaiology (London, 1801), series i and ii in vol. ii, 1-22, and (the later) series iii in the same vol., 57-80. In the single-volume edition of the Myvyrian (Denbigh, 1870), they occupy continuously pp. 388-444. Series ii comes from the Red Book of Hergest, and will be found also in the volume of the Oxford Mabinogion, pp. 297-309], 170, 281, 326, 382, 429-31, 433, 441, 443-5, 498, 500, 501, 503-9, 565, 569.

TYLOR: Primitive Culture, Researches into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy, Religion, Language, Art, and Custom, by Edward Tylor (2nd ed., London, 1873), 290, 329, 601, 603, 641, 658.

TWYNE: Thomas Twyne's Breuiary of Britayne, a translation of Humfrey Lhuyd's Fragmentum (London, 1573), 412.

ULFILAS: Ulfilas, Text, Grammar, and Dictionary, elaborated and edited by F. L. Stamm (Paderborn, 1869), 626.

VIGFUSSON: An Icelandic Dictionary, enlarged and completed by Gudbrand Vigfusson (Oxford, 1874), 288, 652.

VISING: see 563.

WALDRON: A Description of the Isle of Man, by George Waldron, being Vol. xi of the Manx Society's publications (Douglas, 1865), 290.

WARING: Recollections and Anecdotes of Edward Williams, by Elijah Waring (London, 1850), 458.

WESTERMARCK: The History of Human Marriage, by Edward Westermarck (London, 1894), 654.

WEYMAN: From the Memoirs of a Minister of France, by Stanley Weyman (London, 1895), 690.

WILLIAMS: The English Works of Eliezer Williams, with a memoir of his life by his son, St. George Armstrong Williams (London, i840), 493.

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WILLIAMS: Brut y Tywysogion, or the Chronicle of the Princes, edited by John Williams Ab Ithel (Rolls Series, London, 1860), 79, 513.

WILLIAMS: A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Welshmen, by the Rev. Robert Williams (Llandovery, 1852), 534.

      "      : Y Seint Greal, edited with a translation and glossary by the Rev. Robert Williams (London, 1876), 438, 514, 580.

WILLIAMS: The Doom of Colyn Dolphyn, by Taliesin Williams (London, 1837), 561.

      "      : Traethawd ar Gywreinedd Glynn Nedd, by Taliesin Williams: see 439.

WILLIAMS: Observations on the Snowdon Mountains, by William Williams of Llandegai (London, 1802), 48, 673, 674.

WINDISCH: Irische Texte mit Wörterbuch, by Ernst Windisch (Leipsic, 1880), 501, 657.

      "      : Kurzgefasste irische Grammatik (Leipsic, 1879), 291, 501, 502, 531, 546, 547, 603, 613, 618, 691.

      "      : Über die irische Sage Noinden Ulad, in the Berichte der k. sächs. Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften (phil.-historische Classe, Dec. 1884), 654.

WOODALL: Bye-gones, a periodical reissue of notes, queries, and replies on subjects relating to Wales and the Borders, published in the columns of The Border Counties Advertizer, by Messrs. Woodall, Minshall & Co. of the Caxton Press, Oswestry, 169, 378.

WOOD-MARTIN: Pagan Ireland, by W. G. Wood-Martin (London, 1895), 612.

WORTH: A History of Devonshire, with Sketches of its leading Worthies, by R. N. Worth (London, 1895), 307.

WRIGHT: The English Dialect Dictionary, edited by Professor Joseph Wright (London and Oxford, 1898-), 66.

WYNNE: The History of the Gwydir Family, published by Angharad Llwyd in the year 1827, and by Askew Roberts at Oswestry in 1878, 490, 491, 670.

Y Cymmrodor, the magazine embodying the transactions of the Cymmrodorion Society of London (Secretary, E. Vincent Evans, 64 Chancery Lane, W.C.), 374, 384, 480, 510, 513, 520, 600, 610, 690, 693, 694.

Y Drych, a newspaper published at Utica in the United States of North America, 234.

Y Gordofigion, an extinct Welsh periodical: see p. 450.

Y Gwyliedydd, a magazine of useful knowledge intended for the benefit of monoglot Welshmen (Bala, 1823-37), 450.

Y Nofelydd, a Welsh periodical published by Mr. Aubrey, of Llannerch y Medd, 396.

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