Scilly and its Legends

Henry John WHITFIELD (1808 - 1855)

A travel journal to the Scilly Islands written in the Nineteenth Century. It records Scillonian legends and folklore. There are brief diversions into period racism. -Summary by Timothy Ferguson

Genre(s): Travel & Geography

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Dedication and Preface Timothy Ferguson
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Play 01 Introductory Chapter Timothy Ferguson
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Play 02 Voyage from Penzance to Scilly Timothy Ferguson
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Play 03 Legend: Lethowsow, or Lyonesse Timothy Ferguson
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Play 04 St Mary's Timothy Ferguson
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Play 05 Tollman Head : A Legend of Old Town Timothy Ferguson
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Play 06 St Mary's No.2 Timothy Ferguson
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Play 07 St Mary's No.3 Timothy Ferguson
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Play 08 Legend of Holy Vale Timothy Ferguson
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Play 09 Bryher Timothy Ferguson
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Play 10 Tresco Timothy Ferguson
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Play 11 Legend : The Knight and the Dwarf Timothy Ferguson
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Play 12 Menawavr, and the Eastern Isles Timothy Ferguson
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Play 13 Tresco No.2 Timothy Ferguson
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Play 14 A Legend of Piper's-Hole Timothy Ferguson
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Play 15 Tresco No.3 Timothy Ferguson
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Play 16 Legend: The Dane's Grave Timothy Ferguson
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Play 17 St Martin's Timothy Ferguson
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Play 18 A Cruise Round the Western Isles Timothy Ferguson
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Play 19 St Agnes Timothy Ferguson
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Play 20 The Legend of St Warna Timothy Ferguson
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Play 21 Popular Superstitions Timothy Ferguson
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Play 22 Appendix Timothy Ferguson
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