British Goblins: Welsh Folk Lore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions (1881)
A comprehensive exposition of ghosts, fairies, dragons, superstitions and supernatural folklore drawn from the Welsh traditions, 'British Goblins' is packed with information on fairy mythology.
The Old Woman of the Mountain
Names Used in this Section
Mr. Sikes doesn't really use any other strange names in this Preface, but he does quote from Chaucer - which may need noting here.
He quotes from the Wife of Bath's Tale, and he says:
In olde dayes of the Kyng Arthour, ...
Al was this lond fulfilled of fayrie; ...
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