TRANSACTIONS OF THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY.
Vol. XVI]. MARCH, 1905. [No. I.
WEDNESDAY, 17tli NOVEMBER, 1904.
The President (Dr. W. H. D. Rouse) in the Chair.
The minutes of the last Meeting were read and confirmed.
The election of the following new members was an- nounced, viz.: Major G. S. Rodon, Mr. C. H. Bompas, Mrs. Leather, and Mr. G. Barham.
The resignations of Dr. Ranking, Dr. Colfox, the Battersea Public Library, Mr. F. Sessions, Mr. H. W. Underdown, and Mr. E. J. Kitts, were also announced.
The Secretary read a note on some Highland supersti- tions, communicated by Miss Dora Bailey of Invergloy, [see p. 61], and exhibited some photographs of the Hobby Horse at Padstow, Cornwall, sent by Mr. F. G. Green [p. 56 and Plates VH., VHL, IX.].
Mrs. Mosher read a paper on " Breton Folk-Lore," and in the discussion which followed, Mr. Nutt, Miss Eyre, Miss Burne, and Mr. Jenner took part.
The Meeting terminated with a vote of thanks to Mrs. Mosher for her paper.
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