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Denham tracts

Michael Aislabie Denham

Denham tracts

a collection of folklore

by Michael Aislabie Denham

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Published by D.Nutt in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folk-lore -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael Aislabie Denham reprinted from the original tracts and pamphlets printed by Mr Denham between 1846 and 1859 ; edited by James Hardy. Vol.1.
    SeriesPublications of the Folk-lore Society -- 29
    ContributionsHardy, James.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGR142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18785548M


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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. The Folklore Society's reprint of "The Denham Tracts," with footnotes.

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Evidence of earlier use. The only source known today that makes reference to hobbits in any sort of historical context is the Denham Tracts by Michael Aislabie specifically, it appears in the Denham Tracts, edited by James Hardy, (London: Folklore Society, ), vol. 2, the second part of a two-volume set compiled from Denham's publications between and The Denham Tracts, Vol.

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Aeons & Augauries has a post talking about different types of humanoids that reminded me of the Denham Tracts list of spirits and fairies (including the notable pre-Tolkien inclusion of Hobbits).

There's also an article in Dragon Magazine # that gives a lot of alternate names, though I'm a bit more wary of how the author defined some of the alternate terms. In witness whereof the said John Denham together with his wife who hereby relinquishes her right of dower in the premises has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written " During andJohn Denham purchased two tracts of land from the.

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Book Information: Denham, Michael Aislabie. The Denham Tracts; A Collection Of Folklore, Reprinted From The Original Tracts And Pamphlets Printed By Denham Between AndVolume 2. Indiana: Repressed Publishing LLC, Smith, Joseph Denham, was born at Romsey, Hants, circa After studying for some time in the Dublin Theological Institute, he entered the Congregational Ministry in In he became Pastor of the Congregational Church at Kingstown, near Dublin, and in began a series of services at Merrion Hall, Dublin, and subsequently at other places.

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In fact, in this same collection, Ruth includes "The Man who went Fishing on Sunday," where the Devil is referred to as Old Nick and, when caught in a fisherman's net, drags him down into the depths of the lake.

Hobbits first appeared in the children's novel The Hobbit, whose titular hobbit is the protagonist Bilbo Baggins, who is thrown into an unexpected adventure involving a its sequel, The Lord of the Rings, the hobbits Frodo Baggins, Sam Gamgee, Pippin Took, and Merry Brandybuck are primary characters.

Hobbits are briefly mentioned in The Silmarillion and Unfinished Tales, which Capital: Michel Delving. d Monsters: The Incomplete Denham Tracts List So Samwise Seven RPG has once again graced me with another image, this one a list of monster names for monsters n' stuff.

I thought it might be cool to actually do a little blurb for each of these. Source: Michael Aislabie Denham, The Denham Tracts, a collection of folklore by Michael Aislabie Denham, and reprinted from the original tracts and pamphlets printed by Mr. Denham between andedited by James Hardy, vol.

2 (London: Folklore Society, ), pp. Aarne-Thompson-Uther type Return to the table of contents. The Denham Tracts; A Collection of Folklore, Reprinted from the Original Tracts and Pamphlets Printed by Denham Between and Volume 1 Starting at $ Folklore of the Borderland - Northumberland and ScotlandAuthor: Michael Aislabie Denham.

After his death many of his works were collected together and republished by the newly established Folklore Society as ‘The Denham Tracts.’ Denham recorded many valuable scraps of material. One of the most fascinating, found in the second. A hellhound is a supernatural dog in folklore.A wide variety of ominous or hellish supernatural dogs occur in mythologies around the world.

Features that have been attributed to hellhounds include mangled black fur, glowing red eyes, super strength and speed, ghostly or phantom characteristics, and a foul odor.

Certain European legends state that if someone stares into a hellhound's eyes three. The Denham tracts; a collection of folklore, reprinted from the original tracts and pamphlets printed by Denham between and Denham, Michael Aislabie. Denham Tracks (Vol 2), The. Christian Living Best Sellers.

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2, pp. For the word ‘hobbit’ is used to designate a mythical creature in a work named the Denham Tracts, published inbut written earlier in the mid-nineteenth century by Yorkshire tradesman Michael Denham and referring to earlier records of sprites, goblins, and other such creatures (supposedly dating back to accounts of witchcraft from the.

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6. Doom Town. This condemnation of homosexuality combines offensively bad art portraying gay stereotypes with a cheerful retelling of the Sodom and. Source: The Denham Tracts, edited by James Hardy, (London: Folklore Society, ), vol.

2, pp. This two volume work brings together various folklore publications of Michael Aislabie Denham first published between and Denham's title for this piece is "Ghosts Never Appear on Christmas Eve!" His copious footnotes have been omitted.

Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people. Containing more that two thousand supersitions of Britain ranging over the past six hundred years, and extending down to the present day,this book demonstrates that superstitions are world-wide and inherent in all peoples of the world in exactly identical forms of fear and s: 1.

The Denham Tracts; A Collection of Folklore, Reprinted from the Original Tracts and Pamphlets Printed by Denham Between and Volume 2 Michael Aislabie Denham 18 Aug This book showcases the richness and complexity of this genre of nineteenth century book contains an introduction to the subject, followed by a brief survey of fairy poetry from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries- writers such as Drayton, Herrick and Blake.

Exploring the Faery List in the ‘Denham Tracts’. Peg Powler is a hag and water spirit in English folklore who inhabits the River r to the Grindylow, Jenny Greenteeth, and Nelly Longarms, she drags children into the water if they get too close to the is regarded as a bogeyman figure who is invoked by parents to frighten children into proper behavior.

The 19th century folklorist William Henderson describes Peg Powler as Oceania: Bunyip, Manaia, Mimis, Muldjewangk. In a collection of folklore stories published between and by Michael Aislabie Denham from Piercebridge in Teesdale (The Denham Tracts, ed.

James Hardy, Folklore Society, ) it was said that when Sir Henry Vane was negotiating to buy Raby Castle near Barnard Castle from the Crown (in ), he attempted to depress the price by.Such a rowan is called a "flying rowan" and was thought of as especially potent against witches and black magic, and as a counter-charm against sorcery.

InCharles Godfrey Leland also reported traditions of rowan's apotropaic powers against witches in English folklore, citing the Denham Tracts (collected between and ).Family: Rosaceae.