English Folklore

The Burglar’s Ghost

I was once under the firm conviction that I had been largely helped up the ladder of life by the ghost of a once well-known burglar.

King Alfred the Great and the Cakes

After losing a battle to the Danes, King Alfred the Great found himself wandering the countryside in search of a meal and some rest.

Robin Hood Meets Allan-A-Dale

When Robin Hood learns that Allan-A-Dale's bride has been promised to an old man, he steps in to stop the wedding.

The Trouts and the Gudgeon

A fisherman in the month of May stood angling on the banks of the Thames with an artificial fly. He threw his bait with so much art, that a young Trout was rushing towards it, when she was prevented by her mother.

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