Catalog Record: Highland superstitions; the druids, fairies, witchcraft, second-sight, Hallowe'en, sacred wells and lochs, with several curious instances of Highland customs and beliefs | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Highland superstitions; the druids, fairies, witchcraft, second-sight, Hallowe'en, sacred wells and lochs, with several curious instances of Highland customs and beliefs, by the Rev. Alexander Macgregor ... with a foreword on superstitions and their origin by Isabel Cameron.

Main Author: Macgregor, Alexander, 1806-1881.
Language(s): English
Published: Stirling, E. Mackay, 1937.
Edition: 5th ed.
Subjects: Superstition.
Folklore > Scotland.
Highlands (Scotland)
Note: "'Highland superstitions' ... first appeared as a series of articles in volume II of the Celtic magazine, and subsequently as an appendix to the second, third, and fourth editions of 'The prophesies of the Brahan seer'... published separately for the first time in 1891, reprinted 1901, and now reprinted 1922."
Physical Description: 86 p. 19 cm.
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