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17 Books Egnlish Anglo Saxon Arthurian King Arthur Folklore Mythology Cd - B43 For Sale

17 Books Egnlish Anglo Saxon Arthurian King Arthur Folklore Mythology Cd - B43

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17 Rare Historic Books Of
English / Anglo-Saxon / Arthurian Folklore On CD

This sale is for a CD containing 17 Rare and Fascinating Historicbooks detailing English, Anglo-Saxon and Arthurian Folklore and Mythology.

Below is a breakdown of the books and their contents by region. The book titles are bolded and the contents are in the bullet points below each book. All books are complete - including any illustrations that were in the original hardcopy books.

All books are supplied in PDF format and are fully searchable.

Folklore

A Book of Old English Ballads Illustrations by George Wharton Edwards, Introduction by Hamilton W. Mabie [1896]

  • Chevy Chace
  • King Cophetua and the Beggar-Maid
  • King Leir and his Three Daughters
  • Fair Rosamond
  • Phillida and Corydon
  • Fair Margaret and Sweet William
  • Annan Water
  • The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington
  • Barbara Allen's Cruelty
  • The Douglas Tragedy
  • Young Waters
  • Flodden Field
  • Helen of Kirkconnell
  • Robin Hood and Allen-a-Dale
  • Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne
  • Robin Hood's Death and Burial
  • The Twa Corbies
  • Waly, Waly, Love be Bonny
  • The Nut-brown Maid
  • The Fause Lover
  • The Mermaid
  • The Battle of Otterburn
  • The Lament of the Border Widow
  • The Banks o' Yarrow
  • Hugh of Lincoln
  • Sir Patrick Spens

Tales of the Dartmoor Pixies by William Crossing [1890].

  • Chapter I: The Moorland Haunts of the Pixies
  • Chapter II: The Pixies' Trysting Place
  • Chapter III: By the Peat Filled Hearth
  • Chapter IV: Lough Tor Hole. The Huccaby Courting
  • Chapter V: The Pixie at the Ockerry. Jimmy Townsend and his Sister Race
  • Chapter VI: The Ungrateful Farmer.--The Pixy Threshers.--Rewarding a Pixy
  • Chapter VII: Nanny Norrish and the Pixies.--The Ploughman's Breakfast.--The Pixy Riders.--Jan Coo
  • Chapter VIII: The Borrowed Colts.--The Boulder in the Room.--Vickeytoad.--Modilla and Podilla
  • Chapter IX: The Lost Path.--The Pixies' Revel.--Conclusion

Popular Romances of the West of England by Robert Hunt [1903].

  • The Age of the Giants
  • Corineus and Gogmagog
  • The Giants of the Mount
  • The Key of the Giant's Castle
  • The Rival Giants
  • The Giants of Trencrom, or Trecrobben
  • The Giants at Play
  • Holibun of the Cairn
  • The Giant of Nancledry
  • Trebiggan the Giant
  • The Lord of Pengerswick and the Giant of St. Michael's Mount
  • The Giant of St. Michael's Mount loses his wife
  • Tom and the Giant Blunderbuss or, The Wheel and Exe Fight
  • Tom the Giant, his wife Jane and Jack the Tinkeard
  • How Tom and the Tinkeard found the Tin, and how it led to Morva Fair
  • The Giant of Morva
  • The Giant Bolster
  • The Hack and Cast
  • The Giant Wrath, or Ralph
  • Ordulph the Giant
  • The Elfin Creed of Cornwall
  • Nursing a Fairy
  • Changelings
  • The Lost Child
  • A Native Pigsey Story
  • The Night-Riders
  • The Fairy Tools, or Barker's Knee
  • The Piskies in the Cellar
  • The Spriggans of Trencrom Hill
  • The Fairy Miners - the Knockers
  • The Spriggan's Child
  • The Piskies' Changeling
  • The Pixies of Dartmoor
  • The Fairy Fair in Germoe
  • St Margery and the Piskies
  • The Fairy Revels on the Gump St. Just
  • The Fairy Funeral
  • The Fairy Revel
  • Betty Stogs and Jan the Mounster
  • The Four-leaved Clover
  • The Fairy Ointment
  • How Joan Lost the Sight of her Eye
  • The Old Woman who turned her Shift
  • The Fairy Widower
  • The Small People's Gardens
  • St Levan Fairies
  • The Adventures of Cherry of Zennor
  • Anne Jeffries and the Fairies
  • The Piksie Threshers
  • The Muryan's Bank
  • The Demon Tregeagle
  • Jahn Tergagle the Steward
  • Dosmery Pool
  • The Wish Hounds
  • Chaney's Hounds
  • Morva or Morveth
  • Merrymaids and Merrymen
  • The Mermaid of Padstow
  • The Mermaid of Rock
  • The Mermaid of Seaton
  • The Old Man of Cury
  • The Mermaid's Vengence
  • Cromlech and Druid Stones
  • The Logan or Loging Rock
  • Mincamber, Main-Amber or Ambrose's Stone
  • Zennor Coits
  • The Men-an-Tol
  • The Crick Stone in Morva
  • The Dancing Stones, the Hurlers &c
  • The Nine Maids, or Virgin Sisters
  • The Twelve-o'-clock Stone
  • The Men-Scryfa
  • Table-Men--The Saxon's Kings Visit to the Land's End
  • Merlyn's Prophecies
  • The Armed Knight
  • The Irish Lady
  • The Devil's Doorway
  • Piper's Hole, Scilly
  • The Devil's Coit &c
  • King Arthur's Stone
  • The Cock-Crow Stone
  • Lost Lands
  • The Tradition of Lyonesse or Lethowsow
  • Cudden Point and the Silver Table
  • The Padstow Hobby Horse
  • St Michsel's Mount - The White Rock in the Wood
  • Gwavas Lake
  • The City of Langarrow or Langona
  • The Sands at Lelant and Phillack
  • The island, St Ives
  • The Chapel Rock, Perran-Porth
  • Fire Worship
  • Baal Fires
  • The Garrack Zans, or Holy Rock
  • Fire Ordeal for the Cure of Disease
  • Burning Animals Alive
  • The Hooting Cairn
  • Jago's Demon
  • Peter the Devil
  • Dando and his Dogs
  • The Devil and his Dandy-Dogs
  • The Spectral Coach
  • Sir Francis Drake and his Demon
  • The Parson and his Clerk
  • The Haunted Widower
  • The Spectre Bridegroom
  • Duffy and the Devil
  • The Lovers of Porthangwartha
  • The Ghost of Rosewarne
  • The Suicide's Spearman
  • The Suicide's Ghost
  • The Ha-af a Face
  • The Warning
  • Laying a Ghost
  • A Flying Spirit
  • The Execution and Wedding
  • The Lugger of Croft Pasco Pool
  • Legends of the Saints
  • Legends of the Saints
  • The Crowza Stones
  • The Longstone
  • St Sennen and St Just
  • The Saint and Johana
  • The Saint's Path
  • The St Leven Stone
  • The Two Breams
  • St Keyne
  • St Dennis's Blood
  • St Kea's Boat
  • St German's Well
  • How St Piran reached Cornwall
  • St Peran, the Miner's Saint
  • The Discovery of Tin
  • St Neot, the Pigmy
  • St Neot and the Fox
  • St Neot and the Doe
  • St Neot and the Thieves
  • St Neot and the Fishes
  • Probus and Grace
  • St Nectan's Kieve and the Lonely Sisters
  • Theodore, King of Cornwall
  • Well Worship
  • The Well of St Constantine
  • The Well of St Ludgvan
  • Gulval Well
  • The Well of St Keyne
  • Maddern or Madron Well
  • The Well of Altar-Nun
  • St Gundred's Well at Roach Rock
  • St Cuthbert's or Cubert's Well
  • Rickety Children
  • Chapell Uny
  • Perran Well
  • Redruth Well
  • Holy Well at Little Conan
  • The Preservation of Holy Wells
  • Arthur Legends
  • The Battle of Vellan-druchan
  • Arthur at the Land's End
  • Traditions of the Danes in Cornwall
  • King Arthur in the Form of a Chough
  • The Cornish Chough
  • Slaughter Bridge
  • Camelford and King Arthur
  • Dameliock Castle
  • Carlian in Kea
  • The Cunning Man
  • Notes on Witchcraft
  • Ill-wishing
  • The Peller
  • Bewitched Cattle
  • How to become a Witch
  • Cornish Sorcerors
  • How Pengerswick became a Sorcerer
  • The Lord of Pengerswick an Enchanter
  • The Witch of Fraddam and Pengerswick
  • Trewa, the Home of Witches
  • Kenidzhak Witch
  • The Witches of the Logan Stone
  • Madgy Figgy's Chair
  • Old Mage Figgy and the Pig
  • Madame Noy and Old Joan
  • The Witch of Treva
  • How Mr Lenine gave up Courting
  • The Witch and the Toad
  • The Sailor Wizard
  • Traditions of Tinners
  • Traditions of Tinners
  • The Tinner of Chryannor
  • Who are the Knockers?
  • Miner's Superstitions
  • Christmas-Eve in the Mines
  • Warnings and Tokens
  • The Ghost on Horseback
  • The Black Dogs
  • Pitmen's Omens and Goblins
  • The Dead Hand
  • Dorcas, the Spirit of Polbreen Mine
  • Hingston Downs
  • The Pilot's Ghost Story
  • The Phantom Lights
  • Jack Harry's Lights
  • The Pirate Wrecker and the Death Ship
  • The Spectre Ship of Porthcuno
  • The Lady with the Lantern
  • The Drowned Hailing their Names
  • The Voice from the Sea
  • The Smuggler's Token
  • The Hooper of Sennen Cove
  • How to Eat Pilchards
  • Pilchards Crying for More
  • The Pressing-Stones
  • Whipping the Hake
  • The Death Token of the Vingoes
  • The Death Fetch of William Rufus
  • Sir John Arundell
  • Phantoms of the Dying
  • The White Hare
  • The Hand of a Suicide
  • The North Side of a Church
  • Popular Superstitions
  • Sanding the Step on New Year's Day
  • May-Day
  • Shrove Tuesday at St Ives
  • The Furry--Helstone
  • Midsummer Superstitious Customs
  • Crying the Neck
  • Drinking the Apple-Trees on Twelfth-Night Eve
  • Allhallows-Eve at St Ives
  • The Twelfth Cake
  • Oxen Pray on Christmas-Eve
  • St George--The Christmas Plays
  • Geese-Dancing--Plough Monday
  • Christmas at St Ives
  • Lady Lovell's Courtship
  • The Game of Hurling
  • The Mayor of Mylor
  • The Mayor of St Germans
  • The Mayor of Halgaver Moor
  • The Faction Fight at Cury Great Tree
  • Towednack Cuckoo Feast
  • The Duke of Restormel

English Fairy and Other Folk Tales by Edwin Sidney Hartland, Illustrated by C.E. Brock [1890]

  • Jack the Giant Killer
  • The Princess of Canterbury
  • The Princess of Colchester
  • Mr Fox
  • Tom Tit Tot
  • Jack and the Bean-stalk
  • The Story of Sain Kenelm
  • Wild Edric
  • Lady Godiva
  • The Legend of the Sons of the Conqueror
  • The Lgend of Becket's Parents
  • The Fause Fable of the Lord Lathom
  • Whittington and his Cat
  • The Pedlar of Swaffham
  • The Lampton Worm
  • Bomere Pool
  • The Origin of the Wrekin
  • The Blinded Giant
  • Worcestershire Fairies
  • The Fairy Midwife
  • The Adventure of Cherry of Zennor
  • The Fairy Funeral
  • The Piskies in the Cellar
  • Edwin and Sir Topaz
  • The Two Serving Damsels
  • The Tulip Bed
  • The Fisherman and the Piskies
  • A Fairy Caught
  • Colman Grey
  • The King of the Cats
  • A Myth of Midridge
  • The Green Children
  • The Fairy Banquet
  • The Fairy Horn
  • The Fairy Fair
  • The Fairies' Caldron
  • The Cauld Lad of Hilton
  • The Fairy Thieves
  • The Boggart
  • Ainsel
  • Legend of the Rollright Stones
  • Dando and His Dogs
  • The Demon Tregeagle
  • The Pason and Clerk
  • Outwitting the Bogie
  • The Hunted Hare
  • The Well of St. Ludgvan
  • The Hedley Kow
  • The Lord of Pengerswick
  • The Witch and the Toad
  • Witch and Hare
  • The Hand of Glory
  • Betty Chidley The Witch
  • The Bag of Flour
  • Kentsham Bell
  • A Bishop's Ghost
  • A Clergyman's Ghost
  • The Haunted House
  • Ghost-Laying Stories
  • The Roaring Bull of Bagbury
  • The White Lady of Blenkinsopp
  • The Haunted Widower
  • The Ghost of Rosewarne
  • The Lady with the Lantern
  • Spectre-Dogs
  • Billy B----'s Adventure
  • The Wise Fools of Gotham
  • The Three Wishes
  • The Miller at the Professor's Examination
  • Stupid's Mistaken Cries
  • The Three Sillies
  • Mr Vinegar
  • Lazy Jack
  • The History of Tom Thumb

English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, Illustrated by John D. Batten [1890]

  • Tom Tit Tot
  • The Three Sillies
  • The Rose-Tree
  • The Old Woman and Her Pig
  • How Jack Went to Seek his Fortune
  • Mr Vinegar
  • Nix Nought Nothing
  • Jack Hannaford
  • Binnorie
  • Mouse and Mouser
  • Cap O' Rushes
  • Teeny-Tiny
  • Jack and the Beanstalk
  • The Story of the Three Little Pigs
  • The Master and His Pupil
  • Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse
  • Jack and His Golden Snuff-Box
  • The Story of the Three Bears
  • Jack the Giant-Killer
  • Henny-Penny
  • Childe Rowland
  • Molly Whuppie
  • The Red Ettin
  • The Golden Arm
  • The History of Tom Thumb
  • Mr Fox
  • Lazy Jack
  • Johnny-Cake
  • Earl Mar's Daughter
  • Mr Miacca
  • Whittington and His Cat
  • The Strange Visitor
  • The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh
  • The Cat and the Mouse
  • The Fish and the Ring
  • The Magpie's Nest
  • Kate Crackernuts
  • The Cauld Lad of Hilton
  • The Ass, The Table and the Stick
  • Fairy Ointment
  • The Well of the World's End
  • Master of all Masters
  • The Three Heads of the Well

More English Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs, Illustrated by John D. Batten [1894]

  • The Pied Piper
  • Hereafterthis
  • The Golden Ball
  • My Own Self
  • Black Bull of Norroway
  • Yallery Brown
  • Three Feathers
  • Sir Gammer Vans
  • Tom Hickathrift
  • The Hedley Kow
  • Gobborn Seer
  • Lawkamercyme
  • Tattercoats
  • The Wee Bannock
  • Johnny Gloke
  • Coat o' Clay
  • The Three Cows
  • The Blinded Giant
  • Scrapefoot
  • The Pedlar of Swaffham
  • The Old Witch
  • The Three Wishes
  • The Buried Moon
  • A Son of Adam
  • The Children in the Wood
  • The Hobyahs
  • A Pottle o' Brains
  • The King of England and his Three Sons
  • King John and the Abbot of Canterbury
  • Rushen Coatie
  • The King o' the Cats
  • Tamlane
  • The Stars in the Sky
  • News!
  • Puddock, Mousie and Ratton
  • The Little Bull-Calf
  • The Wee, Wee Mannie
  • Habetrot and Scantlie Mab
  • Old Mother Wiggle-Waggle
  • Catskin
  • Stupid's Cries
  • The Lambton Worm
  • The Wise Men of Gotham
  • Princess of Canterbury

A Peep at the Pixies, or Legends of the West by Anna Eliza Bray, Illustrated by Hablot K. Browne [1854]

  • Pixy Gathon, or, the Tailor's Needle
  • The Three Trials, or, the Story of Crabby Cross
  • The Seven Crosses of Tiverton, or, The Pixy Picket
  • Background Notes on the Seven Crosses of Tiverton
  • Fontina, or, The Pixies' Bath
  • The Lady of the Silver Bell
  • The Belfry Rock, or, The Pixies' Revenge

Anglo Saxon

The Complete Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Poetry

Beowulf (Modern English)

Beowulf (Anglo-Saxon)

Arthurian

Le Morte d'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory

Cliges by Chretien DeTroyes

Erec et Enide by Chretien DeTroyes

The High History of the Holy Graal by Anonymous, based on Chretien DeTroyes.

The Idylls of the King by Alfred Lord Tennyson

  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Introduction
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch I
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch II
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch III
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch IV
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch V
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch VI
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch VII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch VIII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch IX
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch X
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XI
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XIII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XIV
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XV
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XVI
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XVII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XVIII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XIX
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XX
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXI
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXIII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXIV
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXV
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXVI
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXVII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXVIII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXIX
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXX
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXXI
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXXII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXXIII
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXXIV
  • The High History of the Holy Graal: Branch XXXV

King Arthur: Tales of the Round Table by Andrew Lang; Illustrations by H.J. Ford. [1902]

  • The Drawing of the Sword
  • The Questing Beast
  • The Sword Excalibur
  • The Story of Sir Balin
  • How the Round Table Began
  • The Passing of Merlin
  • How Morgan le Fay Tried to Kill King Arthur
  • What Beaumains Asked of the King
  • The Quest of the Holy Graal
  • I: How The King Went on Pilgrimage, and his Squire was Slain in a Dream
  • II: The Coming of the Holy Graal
  • III: The Adventure of Sir Galahad
  • IV: How Sir Lancelot Saw a Vision, and Repented of His Sins
  • V: The Adventure Of Sir Percivale
  • VI: An Adventure of Sir Lancelot
  • VII: An Adventure of Sir Gawaine
  • VIII: The Adventure of Sir Bors
  • IX: Adventure of Sir Galahad
  • X: Sir Lancelot Meets Sir Galahad, and They Part For Ever
  • XI: How Sir Galahad Found The Graal And Died Of That Finding
  • The Fight for the Queen
  • The Fair Maid of Astolat
  • Lancelot and Guenevere
  • The End of it All

Mabinogion (Welsh).

  • The First Branch: Pwyll, Prince of Dyfed
  • The Second Branch: Branwen Daughter of Llyr
  • The Third Branch: Manawydan son of Llyr
  • The Fourth Branch: Math son of Mathonwy
  • Dream of Macsen (Wledig)
  • Lludd and Llefelys
  • Dream of Rhonabwy
  • How Culhwch Won Olwen or the Twrch Trwyth
  • Taliesin
  • Owain or The Lady of the Fountain
  • Geraint the Son of Erbin.
  • Peredur: 7th son of Earl Evrawc (Part I)

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