Jersey Folk Lore. With Sketches by the Author. Ten Chapters dealing with Pre-Historic Monuments and Mythology, Celtic Tradition, General Legends, Witchcraft, Festival Customs, Patois Proverbs, Sayings, etc., etc. Five Appendices deal with the derivation and historical significance of Jersey Place Names, Notes on Boundary Stones, Frescoes, etc., etc.
The Bailiwick of Jersey: J. T. Bigwood, States' Printer, undated, about 1975. Paperback. Reprint: 184p., the several sketch illustrations are rather good, and there is a double-spread line map. Softbound in plain printed wraps, a pale greenish 8x5.5 inch paperback, unglazed coverstock has picked up some dust- and handling-soil, and there is a handwritten presentation inscription from 1975 just inside front cover. Quite sound, otherwise unmarked, a good to very good copy.
Date guessed from ink inscription.
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