2 edition of epitome of the superstitions of the Highlanders of Scotland found in the catalog.
epitome of the superstitions of the Highlanders of Scotland
J. P. MacLean
in Franklin, Ohio
Written in English
|Statement||by J. P. MacLean|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
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An Epitome Of The Superstitions Of The Highlanders Of Scotland: Together With A Selection Of Books Pertaining To The SubjectAuthor: John Patterson MacLean. Some superstitions in Scotland are specific to a region, while others stretch from the border of England all the way up to the coast of Caithness and the islands in the north.
The Scottish might believe in superstitions because of the mysterious Scottish landscape. An epitome of the superstitions of the Highlanders of Scotland, together with a selection of books pertaining to the subject, (Franklin, Ohio, ), by J.
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Where men wore kilts and you would die just to get some wind to blow up those suckers.4/5. Traditions that we happen today can be traced back to superstitions in Scotland, some of which go back thousands of years, because these superstitions have influenced modern Scottish culture and nestled their way into customs and traditions in other places around the world as well.
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Object Superstitions from Around the World From reading and hearing about superstitions from Scotland, you can get a much better sense of the people than when you read about them in history text books. An Epitome of the Superstitions of the Highlanders of Scotland, Together with a Selection of Books Pertaining to the Subject.
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That's an additional 28 titles made available only on presentation of a recently paid dues card/5(41). Since the publication of The Dean of Lismore’s Book, and other works on this interesting subject, there can be no complaint of lack of material; and so much importance do the publishers attach to the literature of the Highlands, that they have entered into an arrangement with the Rev.
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The pin, although solid, is well designed like a book, and the “pages” are not flat- they have a slight curve to. Aubrey says the same of the Scotch of his day, and the custom is not yet extinct. "In Scotland (especially among the Highlanders) the women doe make a curtsey to the new moon; I have known one in England doe it, and our English woemen in the country doe retain (some of.
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