Manx Notes

I have just uploaded a new Batch of “Manx Notes.”

There is a separate page for the pieces that appear in KMJ; they are however still part of the Manx Notes series.

Stephen


[163] “‘Dr Clague’s first lot’: Deemster Gill’s Transcript of the Clague Collection.” Manx Notes 163 (2013): 1–7. [X]


[162] “‘I received your welcome note and the books”: Edward Faragher writes to Karl Roeder (1896).” Manx Notes 162 (2013): 1–2. [X]


[161] “‘J.J. Kneen writes to Karl Roeder (1901).” Manx Notes 161 (2013): 1. [X]

[160] “‘That the harp of Mona should be heard’: The Advertisement from Mona Melodies (1820)” Manx Notes 160 (2013): 1–3. [X]


[159] “‘Your valuable work in reference to the Island’: Mally Roeder writes to Sophia Morrison (1911).” Manx Notes 159 (2013): 1. [X]


[158] “The Prospectus for Manx Ballads and Songs (1894)” Manx Notes 158 (2013): 1. [X]


[157] “‘I think we will be leaving this house’: A Newly Found Letter from Edward Faragher.” Manx Notes 157 (2013): 1. [X]


[156] “‘Neat book prize to a scholar’: Sophia Morrison and Florence Quine of Santan.” Manx Notes 156 (2013): 1–2. [X]


[155] “‘They are jolly decent’: Sophia Morrison’s Manx Fairy Tales (1911).” Manx Notes 155 (2013): 1. [X]


[154] “‘A complete collection is much to be wished for’: Cyril I. Paton’s Paper on Manx Carvals.” Manx Notes 154 (2013): 1–25. [X]


[153] “A.G. Gilchrist (1863–1954): Her Correspondence on Manx Folk Song.” Manx Notes 153 (2013): 1–19. [X]


[152] “A.G. Gilchrist (1863–1954): A Resource Guide to Her Manx Activities.” Manx Notes 152 (2013): 1–9. [X]


[151] “‘I also received Johnson’s circular’: The Prospectus for Manx Ballads and Songs (1894)” Manx Notes 151 (2013): 1–6. [X]


[150] “‘Taking down music in the Dorian mode is not so easy as it looks:’ P.W. Caine (1887–1956) and Manx Folk Song” Manx Notes 150 (2013): 1–7. [X]


[149] “‘The tunes were my absolute property’: The Afterlife of the Clague Tune Books.” Manx Notes 149 (2013): 1–11. [X]

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