Fairies in Welsh and Celtic Folklore Myths and Legends. Fairies in Wales
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A Boy Taken To Fairy Land - Fairies
A Bryneglwys Man inveigled by the Fairies - Fairies
A Cruel Man and a Fairy Dog - Fairies
A Fairy Borrowing A Gridiron (Gradell) - Fairies
A Fairy Maid Being Taken - Fairies
A Man Finding Himself on a Heap of Ferns after joining in a Fairy Dance - Fairies
A Man Refusing The Solicitations of the Fairies - Fairies
A Man Spending Seven Years in Fairy Land - Fairies
A Man Watching a Fairy Party - Fairies
A Man Who Spent 12 Months and a Day with the Tylwyth Teg - Fairies
A Servant Man Dancing with the Fairies for Three Days and Three Nights - Fairies
A Servant Man Trapped In a Dancing Spell with the Faeries - Fairies
A Three Hour Fairy Dance seeming only Three Minutes - Fairies
A Woman Finding a Fairy Dog and her Reward - Fairies
A Young Man Marries A Fairy Lady and Brings her to Live amongst his Own People - Fairies
Alternative Version of the Cruel Man and a Fairy Dog - Fairies
Another Version of the Gors Goch Changeling Legend - Fairies
Carried Through The Air By Fairies - Fairies
Comparisons Between the Welsh Tylwyth Teg and Shakespeare's Fairies - Fairies
Cwn Wybir, Sky Dogs - Fairies
Denbighshire Version of a Fairy Mother and a Human Midwife - Fairies
Dick The Fiddler and the Crown-Piece of the Tylwyth Teg - Fairies
Dogs of Hell, Cwn Annwn - Fairies
Elidorus and the Fairies - Fairies
Example of South Wales tradition of taking of Wives - Fairies
Fairy Pipes, Cetyn y Tylwyth Teg - Fairies
Fairy Treasures seen by a Man near Ogwen Lake - Fairies
General Description of Fairy Changelings - Fairies
Guto and the Faeries - Fairies
The Alternative Fairy Legend of Ystrad - Fairies
The Cambro-Briton version of the Myddvai Legend. - Fairies
The Capture of the Faerie Man - Fairies
The Corwrion Changeling Legend - Fairies
The Corwrion Version of the Fairy Mother and the Human Midwife - Fairies
The Egg Shell Pottage and the Tylwyth Teg - Fairies
The Elf Dancers Of Cae Caled - Fairies
The Faerie Legend of Llanfrothen - Fairies
The Faeries Giving To A Poor Man - Fairies
The Faery Legend of Ystrad - Fairies
The Fairies and their Chest of Gold - Fairies
The Fairies Giving Money To a Man for joining them in their Dance - Fairies
The Fairies rewarding a Woman for taking care of their Dog - Fairies
The Fairies Throw Dust into the eyes of a Man who saw them Dance - Fairies
The Fairy Cow - Fairies
The Fairy Illusion - Fairies
The Fairy Shilling - Fairies
The Freckled Cow, Y Fuwch Frech - Fairies
The Garch Uchaf, Llanuwchllyn, Changeling Legend - Fairies
The Gors Goch Changeling Legend - Fairies
The Gwyddelwern Version of the Capture of the Fairy Man - Fairies
The Harper and the Fairies - Fairies
The Hidden Golden Chair - Fairies
The Legend of Llyn y Ddau Ychain, The Lake of the Two Oxen and the Evil Spirit of Cerrigydrudion Church - Fairies
The Legend of Myddfai - Fairies
The Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd Version of the Capture of a Fairy Man - Fairies
The Llanfwrog Changeling Legend - Fairies
The Llanuwchllyn Version of the Fairy Mother and the Human Midwife - Fairies
The Nanhwynan Version of the Fairy Mother and the Human Midwife - Fairies
The Ruthin Version of the Capture of the Fairy Man - Fairies
The Snowdon Version of the Capture of the Fairie Man - Fairies
The Son of Llech y Derwydd and the Fairies - Fairies
The Story Of A Man Who Spent 12 Months in Fairy Land - Fairies
The Stray Cow - Fairies

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