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Legends, Charms and Superstitions of Ireland


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Introduction The Horned Women The Legend of Ballytowtas Castle A Wolf Story The Evil Eye The Stolen Bride Fairy Music The Fairy Dance Fairy Justice The Priest's Soul The Fairy Race The Trial by Fire The Lady Witch Ethna the Bride The Fairies' Revenge Fairy Help--the Phouka The Farmer Punished The Farmer's Wife The Midnight Ride The Leprehaun The Legends of the Western Islands The Bride's Death-Song The Child's Dream The Fairy Child The Doom The Clearing from Guilt The Holy Well and the Murderer Legends of Innis-Sark--a Woman's Curse Legends of the Dead in the Western Islands Superstitions concerning the Dead The Fatal Love-Charm The Fenian Knights Rathlin Island The Strange Guests The Dead Soldier The Three Gifts The Fairies as Fallen Angels The Fairy Changeling Fairy Wiles Shaun-Mor The Cave Fairies Evil Spells An Irish Adept of the Islands The May Festival May-Day Superstitions Festivals November Spells November Eve A Terrible Revenge Midsummer Marriage Rites The Dead The Wake Orgies The Ancient Mysteries The Power of the Word The Poet and the King The Sidhe Race Music Poet Inspiration--Eodain the Poetess The Banshee Queen Maeve Death Signs Superstitions The Fairy Rath Fairy Nature Irish Nature Concerning Dogs Concerning Cats Seanchan the Bard and the King of the Cats The Bards King Arthur and the Cat Concerning Cows The Dead Hand The Wicked Widow The Butter Mystery Concerning Birds Concerning Living Creatures The Properties of Herbs and their Use in Medicine Medical Superstitions and Ancient Charms Various Superstitions and Cures Omens and Superstitions Superstitions of the Islands Legends of the Saints St. Patrick St. Ciaron St. Martin St. Bridget St. Kieran St. Kevin Christian Legends Swearing Stones and Relics Mysteries of Fairy Power The Evil Stroke The Changeling The Fairy Doctor The Poet's Spell Charm for the Fairy Stroke The Farmer's Fate The Fairy Rath The Holy Wells The Holy WElls St. Augustine's Well The Grilled Trout Legend of Neal-mor St. John's Well The Well of Fionn Ma-Coul St. Seenan's Well Kil-na-Greina The Well of Worship The Bride's Well The Irish Fakir Sacred Trees Tober-na-Dara Lough Neagh The Doctor and the Fairy Princess A Holy Well A Sacred Island The Lake of Revenge Scenes at a Holy Well Lough Foyle The Hen's Castle Sliabh-Mish, County Kerry The Skelligs of Kerry Popular Nations Concerning the Sidhe Race The Sidhe Race The Hurling Match The Ride with the Fairies The Fairy Spy The Dark Horseman Sheela-na-Skean Captain Webb, the Robber Chief The Mayo Captain and Feenish the Mare Sketches of the Irish Past The Bardic Race The Ancient Race The Antiquities of Ireland Early Irish Art Our Ancient Capital Sir William Wilde on "The Ancient Races of Ireland"

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