File Name Hardwick1872
Call Number GR 141 H2 1872
Title Traditions, Superstitions, and Folklore: (Chiefly Lancashire and the North of England:) Their Affinity to Others in Widely-Distributed Localities; their Eastern Origin and Mythical Significance. By Charles Hardwicke, Author of "History of Preston and its Environs," "Manual for Patrons and Members of Friendly Societies," etc.
Short Title Traditions, Superstitions, and Folklore.
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Title Page Quotation "Thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes."--Matthew, e. xi. v. 25. "Every fiction that has ever laid strong hold of human belief is the mistaken image of some great truth, to which reason will direct its search, while half reason is content with laughing at the superstition, and unreason with disbelieving it."--Rev. J Martineau.
Dedication To his very dear and ever kind friend, Eliza Cook, this work is affectionately inscribed, as a very humble bust sincere tribute to her poetic genius and her private worth, by its author, Charles Hardwick.
Imprint Manchester: A. Ireland & Co., Pall Mall. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Stationers' Hall Court. 1872.
Edition 1
Publication Date 1872
Volumes 1
Pages 306
Copies 1
SFU Catalogue Original Bibliography xix, 306 p. : front.; 15 x 23 cm. Publisher's cloth.
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Illustrations Black and White Only
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Binding Colour red
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