IN Celtic Folk-Lore and Romance.

Studies On The Legend Of The Holy Grail

By Alfred Nutt. With especial Reference to the Hypothesis of its Celtic Origin. Demy 8vo. xv-281 pages. Cloth, 10s. 6d. nett. ** The only English work on this branch of the Arthurian cycle.

Waifs And Strays Of Celtic Tradition

Argyllshire Series. Vols. I. - IV. published. Vol. V. in the press.

Craignish Tales

Edited by the Rev. J. MacDougall, with Notes on the War Dress of the Celts by Lord Archibald Campbell, xiv - 98 pp., 14 illustrations. 1889. 5s.net.

Folk And Hero Tales, Collected, edited (in Gaelic), and translated by the Rev. D. MacInnes, with a Study on the Development of the Ossianic Saga, and copious Notes by Alfred Nutt. Portrait of Campbell of Islay, and Two Illustrations by E. GRISET. xxiv - 497 pages. 1890. 15s.

FOLK AND HERO TALES, collected, edited (in Gaelic), translated and annotated by the Rev. J. MacDougall, with an Introduction by Alfred Nutt, and Three Illustrations by E. GRISET. xxxiv - 312 pages. Cloth, 10s. 6d.

THE FIANS: West Highland Traditions of Fionn Mac Cumhail and the Fians. Collected during the past forty years, edited (in Gaelic) and translated by the Rev. J. G. Campbell of Tiree, with Introduction and Bibliographical Notes by Alfred Nutt. Portrait of Ian Campbell of Islay, and Illustration by E. GRISET. xl - 292 pages. Cloth, 10s. 6d.

The Invisible Commonwealth Of Elves, Fauns And Fairies

A Study in Folk-lore and Physical Research Text by R. Kirk, Minister of Aberfoyle, A.D. 1691. Comment by Andrew Lang, a.d. 1893. Illustrations by Lock-hart Bogle and J. D. Batten. Dedicatory verses to R. L. STEVENSON, lxv - 92 pages. Nett 7s. 6d [Nearly out of print.

Strokes (Whitley) On The Calendar Of Oengus

Comprising Text, Translation, Glossarial Index, Notes. 4to. 1880. xxxi - 552 pages. 18s.

- SALTAIR NA RANN (Psalter of the Staves or Quatrains). A Collection of early Middle-Irish Poems. With Glossary. 4to. 1883. vi - 153 Pages - 7s. 6d.

Stokes (Whitley). Cormac's Glossary

Translated and annotated by the late John O'Donovan. Edited with Notes and Indices by W. S. 4to. Calcutta, 1868. xii-200 pages. Cloth. One of the most valuable sources for the study of early Irish myth, legend, and history. Nett 1 10s.

The Old Irish Glosses At Wurzburg And Carlsruhe

Edited with Translation and Glossarial Index. 8vo. 1887. 345 pages. Sewed, 5s.

The Bodley Dinnshenchas

Edited, translated, and annotated. 8vo. 1892. 2s. 6d.

The Edinburgh Dinnshenchas

Edited, translated and annotated. 8vo. 1893. 2s. 6d.

Merugud Uilix Maicc Leirtis

The Irish Odyssey. By Kuno Meyer. Edited, with Notes, Translation, and a Glossary. 8vo. 1886. xii-36 pages. Cloth. Printed on handmade paper, with wide margins. 3s.

The Vision Of Mac. Conglinne

Irish Text edition, English Translation (revision of Henessy's), Notes and Literary Introduction. By Kuno Meyer. Crown 8vo. 1892. liv - 212 pages. Cloth, 10s. 6d.

In preparation.

Echtra Bran Mic Febail

The Voyage of Bran, son of Febal, to the Land of Women. The Deeds of Mongan the son of Fiachna. Edited from the entire MS. material, and translated into English, with Philological Introduction, Notes, and Glossary by K. M., accompanied by Essays upon the Celtic Paradise and the Doctrine of Re-incarnation among the Celts by Alfred Nutt.

Beside The Fire : Irish Gaelic Folk Stories

By Douglas Hyde. Collected, edited, translated, and annotated, with Additional Notes by Alfred Nutt. 8vo. lviii - 203 pages. Cloth, 7s. 6d. *** The Irish printed in Irish character.

Old Celtic Romances

By P. W. Joyce. Translated from the Gaelic. Second (and cheaper) edition, revised and enlarged. Crown 8vo. xx-446 pages. 1894. Cloth, 3s. 6d.

Celtic Fairy Tales, And More Celtic Fairy Tales

Collected and edited by Joseph Jacobs. Illustrated by J. D. Batten, with copious Notes on the sources, parallels, and other points of interest which these tales present to the folk-lorist. 2 vols. Square crown 8vo. 1891, 1894. Each with 8 full-page Illustrations, numerous head pieces, vignettes, etc. Fancy cloth, each 6s.