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Beside the fire : a collection of Irish Gaelic folk stories

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q.\K:®:[i];®;[i®i mm:®mm mr H i ir r t Ir t i r r.§ JWORKS BY DR. HYDE.
LEABHAR SGEULAIGHTEACHTA, Folk Stories in
Irish, with Notes by Dr. Hyde, LL.D. Crown Svo, viiii. 261 pp.
wrapper, 5 s.
WORKS BY ALFRED NUTT.
LEGEND OF THE HOLY GRAIL,STUDIES ON THE
the Hypothesis of its Celtic Origin. Demywith Especial Reference to
nett.Svo. XV., 281 pages. Cloth, los. 6d.
'^Vne des contributions les plusMons. Gaston Paris in "Romania"—
qu'on ait encore apportees a I'eclaircissementprecieuses et les plus meritoires
compliquees."de ces questions difficiles et
legend."''These charming studies of the GrailThe At/icnaum.—
— erudition and masterlyObserver. " An achievement of profoundT//e Scots
scholarship from a long-argument to be hailed as redeeming English
standing reproach."
SeriesSTRAYS OF CELTIC TRADITION.WAIFS AND
Campbell. Demy 8vo,initiated and directed by Lord Archibald
cloth.
andVol, IL Folk and Hero Tales. Collected, edited (in Gaelic),
Study on the Develop-translated by the Rev. D. Mac Innes ; with a
copious Notes by Alfred Nutt. xxiv.ment of the Ossianic Saga, and
of Islay, and Two Illustrations by E.pages. Portrait of Campbell497
Griset. 1890. iss.
Highland important work on Highland Folk-loreMonthly—"The most
Campbell's world-renowned Popular Tales."and Tales since
—Hector Maclean " Never before has the development of the Ossianic
Saga been so scientifically dealt with."
—' notes are lucid andScots Ohsei-ver. ]\Ir. Alfred Nutt's excursus and
of the book, and afford abun-scholarly. They add immensely to the value
dant evidence of their author's extensive reading and sound erudition."
Uhan Telegraph.—The Gaelic text is colloquial and eminently idiomatic.
pains-
. . . Mr. Nutt deserves especial mention and much credit for the
taking and careful research evidenced by his notes to the tales."
placing on record ourWestmoreland Gazette.—''We cannot refrain from
which Mr. Alfred Nuttappreciation for the remarkable mastery of the subject
lias brought to the execution of his task.:
BESIDE THE FIEE
A COLLECTION OF
IPvISH GAELIC FOLK STORIES.
KDITElK TRANSLATFI), AND AXXOTATED
DOUGLAS HYDE, LL.D., M.E.I.A.,
(ANCHRAOIBIIIN AOIBHINN.)
lEER OF TKK rnrNTIT. OK (iAKI.ICllIK T'XIOX: ^fF.MIiEi: OF Tlin PAM-rKI.'
«1IIF.TY. KTC.
WITH ADDITIONAL NOTES
ALFEED NUTT.
Ca fU\T) 111 A^x ceo M\\ T)rc*.\cc tuv li-oi-oce
b1lel]^ce<^|^ le ^aI be^j j;AOire.—SeAll TDAII.Af
'They are like a mist on the coming of night
That is scattered away by a light breath of wind."—Oil) Pokm
LONDON
DAYIT) XUTT, l'7(), 271 STILVNI).
ISOOATrRINTEIl
SJFRFEMAN S JOVR
B'.'OKBISnnPRlNTlNti &
UVBLINDEDICATION.
To the memory of those truly cultured and unselfish
men, the poet-scribes and hedge-schoolmasters of the
last century and the beginning who mayof this—men
well be called the dedicate thislast of the Milesians—I
effort to preserve of native lore whicheven a scrap that
in their day they loved so passionately, and for the
preservation of which they worked so nobly, but in vainDigitized by the Internet Arciiive
in 2008 witii funding from
IVIicrosoft Corporation
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