WILLIAM COX BENNETT Blow, wind, blow, Sing through yard and shroud; Pipe it shrilly and loud, Aloft as well as below; Sing in my sailor's ear The song I sing to you, Come home, my sailor true, F... Read more of A Christmas Song at Christmas Story.caInformational Site Network Informational
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Fairy Or Mythic Animals






Category: FAIRY, OR MYTHIC ANIMALS.

Source: Welsh Folk-lore

From the Myddvai Legend it would appear that the Fairies possessed sheep,
cattle, goats, and horses, and from other tales we see that they had
dogs, etc. Their stock, therefore, was much like that of ordinary
farmers in our days. But Fairy animals, like their owners, have, in the
course of ages, been endowed with supernatural powers. In this chapter
shall be given a short history of these mythical animals.





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