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Manx Notes: Folkways and Language

Manx Notes: Folkways & Language (ISSN 1351–2293) appears on no particular timescale. All numbers are available here for download.

A number of Manx Notes are part of themed series: The Gill Brothers as Collectors | The Manx Language Society | “Miss Morrison at the Wheel” | The Peel Manx Language Society | The Revival of the Manx Language | “Standing on the Borderline” | “Who is Mona Douglas?”

RefMan (RIS) file for all Manx Notes downloadable here [use Save Link As… option]

Manx Notes Nos 1–12 (1993) | 13–14 (1994) | [New Series] 16–35 (2004) | 36–48 (2005) | 49–76 (2006) | 77–100 (2007) | 101–110 (2008) | 111–115 (2009) | 116–122 (2010) | 123–129 (2011) | 130–141 (2012) | 142–173 (2013) | 174–197 (2014) | 198–230 (2015) | 231–245 (2016) | 246–305 (2017) | 306–356 (2018) | 357–410 (2019) | 411–498 (2020)

2020

  • [498] Isabella Leney, Concluding Chapter of Shadowland in Ellan Vannin (1890). Manx Notes 498 (2020): 1–5.
  • [497] Isabella Leney, Shadowland in Ellan Vannin (1890). Manx Notes 497 (2020): 1–3.
  • [496] The Mona Douglas Folk Song Collection. The Return of the Boats. Manx Notes 496 (2020): 1–2. (KMJ September 2020)
  • [495] ‘Clapping and Stamping, and Such Like.’ Wellington Street Chapel (1880). Manx Notes 495 (2020): 1. (KMJ September 2020 )
  • [494] ‘Clapping and Stamping.’ The Oie’l Verry (1880). Manx Notes 494 (2020): 1. (KMJ September 2020)
  • [493] ‘Standing on the Borderline.’ (7) John ‘Juan’ Halsall (1873). Manx Notes 493 (2020): 1.
  • [492] Fairy Legends from the Isle of Man (6) Edward Faragher’s Letters to Karl Roeder. Manx Notes 492 (2020): 1–3.
  • [491] Fairy Legends from the Isle of Man (5) The Tailor and the Fairy Changling. Manx Notes 491 (2020): 1–5.
  • [490] Fairy Legends from the Isle of Man (4) The Lost Wife of Ballaleece. Manx Notes 490 (2020): 1–4.
  • [489] Fairy Legends from the Isle of Man (3) The Ballafletcher Luck. Manx Notes 489 (2020): 1–5.
  • [488] ‘Who is Mona Douglas?’ (13) ‘The Jobs They Do. The Island’s Librarian’ (1952). Manx Notes 488 (2020): 1–3.
  • [487] ‘Defining Manxmen’ (1942). Manx Notes 487 (2020): 1.
  • [486] ‘Manx “Pubs” in the Old Days’ (1898). Manx Notes 486 (2020): 1–3.
  • [485] A.M. Crellin, ‘On Some Things Manx, now Obsolete’ (1895). Manx Notes 485 (2020): 1–6.
  • [484] ‘Misadventure of a Young Spark’ (1880). Manx Notes 484 (2020): 1.
  • [483] ‘A Few Days in Manx Land (From the Irish Farmers’ Gazette)’ (1875). Manx Notes 483 (2020): 1–5.
  • [482] ‘Dawsie,’ ‘A Church for Regaby Gate’ (1871). Manx Notes 482 (2020): 1.
  • [481] ‘Billr Um Corkhill,’ ‘Christmas in Maughold’ (1871). Manx Notes 481 (2020): 1–2.
  • [480] William Kennish, ‘The Shamrock veg sourey’ (1845). Manx Notes 480 (2020): 1–2.
  • [479] William Kennish, ‘Doberan Chengey-ny-Mayrey Ellan Vannin’ (1845). Manx Notes 479 (2020): 1–4.
  • [478] ‘Standing on the Borderline.’ (6) ‘An English tract was entirely above his comprehension’ (1837). Manx Notes 478 (2020): 1–3.
  • [477] ‘Now an unknown tongue’ (1875). Manx Notes 477 (2020): 1. (KMJ August 2020)
  • [476] ‘The tune seemed to “catch on.”’ The Reception of W.H. Gill’s Manx National Anthem (1907). Manx Notes 476 (2020): 1–4. (KMJ August 2020)
  • [475] ‘A rarity in these days of Anglicisation’ (1907). Manx Notes 475 (2020): 1–2. (KMJ August 2020)
  • [474] ‘Where they sang two or three Band of Hope melodies.’ The Smeale Band of Hope. Manx Notes 474 (2020): 1–2. (KMJ July 2020)
  • [473] ‘Disturbing the Public Peace by Singing’ (1872). Manx Notes 473 (2020): 1. (KMJ July 2020)
  • [472] ‘Old-Time Mheillea at Sulby’ (1947). Manx Notes 472 (2020): 1.
  • [471] ‘Manx Sketch at Hillberry’ (1934). Manx Notes 471 (2020): 1–2.
  • [470] ‘Victoria Street Manx Tea’ (1934). Manx Notes 470 (2020): 1–2.
  • [469] The Ballakiljerkhim Choir (1925 & 1927). Manx Notes 469 (2020): 1–3.
  • [468] Thomas Leece. Manx Notes 468 (2020): 1–9.
  • [467] John & Sage Kinvig. Manx Notes 467 (2020): 1–7.
  • [466] Brian Stowell, ‘Manx Language’ (1953). Manx Notes 466 (2020): 1.
  • [465] John Gell, ‘Correspondence in Manx’ (1939). Manx Notes 465 (2020): 1–2.
  • [464] Catherine ‘Kate’ Quayle (1862–1939) of the Whallag. Manx Notes 464 (2020): 1–2.
  • [463] The Mona Douglas Folk Song Collection: ’Twas me Father & me Mother [that first did me trepan]. Manx Notes 463 (2020): 1.
  • [462] ‘Govag,’ ‘Manx Politics Analysed’ (1937). Manx Notes 462 (2020): 1–3.
  • [461] The Buggane. Manx Notes 461 (2020): 1–4.
  • [460] The Buggane of St Trinion (1847). Manx Notes 460 (2020): 1.
  • [459] ‘Claimed the palm for Hunt the Wren as the Manx National Anthem’ (1878). Manx Notes 459 (2020): 1.
  • [458] The Manx National Anthem: ‘To the Editor.’ Peel City Guardian (1 June 1907) Manx Notes 458 (2020): 1–3.
  • [457] The Manx National Anthem: ‘To the Editor.’ Peel City Guardian (11 May 1907) Manx Notes 457 (2020): 1–3.
  • [456] The Manx National Anthem: ‘To the Editor.’ Peel City Guardian (4 May 1907) Manx Notes 456 (2020): 1–3.
  • [455] The Manx National Anthem: ‘To the Editor.’ Peel City Guardian (20 April 1907) Manx Notes 455 (2020): 1–3.
  • [454] The Manx National Anthem: ‘To the Editor.’ Peel City Guardian (13 April 1907) Manx Notes 454 (2020): 1–4.
  • [453] The Manx National Anthem: ‘To the Editor.’ Peel City Guardian (6 April 1907) Manx Notes 453 (2020): 1–3.
  • [452] The Manx National Anthem: A Checklist of the Peel City Guardian Correspondence (1907). Manx Notes 452 (2020): 1–2.
  • [451] ‘The so-called “Manx National Anthem”’ (1907). Manx Notes 451 (2020): 1–4.
  • [450] The Manx National Anthem: ‘Considerable discussion is …’ (1907). Manx Notes 450 (2020): 1.
  • [449] ‘The New Manx National Anthem’ (1907). Manx Notes 449 (2020): 1.
  • [448] The Manx National Anthem: The Manx Music Festival 1907. Manx Notes 448 (2020): 1–3.
  • [447] ‘At last! a Manx National Anthem’ (1907). Manx Notes 447 (2020): 1.
  • [446] W.H. Gill, ‘The Manx Music Festival’ (1907). Manx Notes 446 (2020): 1–2.
  • [445] W.H. Gill, ‘Vote for the Best Manx Songs’ (1907). Manx Notes 445 (2020): 1.
  • [444] ‘The Manx National Anthem: Dedicated without Permission to the Whole Bunch’ (1860). Manx Notes 444 (2020): 1.
  • [443] Philip Cain, ‘Death of the Manx “Carval” Singer’ (1896). Manx Notes 443 (2020): 1–2.
  • [442] ‘The Coronation—A Protest’ (1953). Manx Notes 442 (2020): 1–4.
  • [441] ‘Forgotten Centenary: Island taken to Task.’ Hall Caine (1853–1931). Manx Notes 441 (2020): 1–2.
  • [440] William Kennish, ‘The Shamrock veg sourey’ (1845). Manx Notes 440 (2020): 1–2.
  • [439] ‘Young Manxmen with a Mission’ (1952). Manx Notes 439 (2020): 1–4.
  • [438] Dougie Faragher & Joe Woods, ‘Support the Manx Language’ (1952). Manx Notes 438 (2020): 1–2.
  • [437] The Mona Douglas Folk Dance Collection: Eunyssagh Vona (2). Manx Notes 437 (2020): 1.
  • [436] ‘Dancing at Port St Mary.’ A Certain Difference of Opinion (1896). Manx Notes 436 (2020): 1–2.
  • [435] John Feltham’s A Tour through the Isle of Mann, in 1797 and 1798 (1798), Letter v. Manx Notes 435 (2020): 1–10.
  • [434] ‘Miss Morrison at the Wheel.’ (17) Sophia Morrison. ‘Manx Dialect connected with the Fairies’ (1914). Manx Notes 434 (2020): 1–2.
  • [433] J.F. Campbell on Manx Fairy Beliefs (1860). Manx Notes 433 (2020): 1.
  • [432] J.F. Campbell in the Isle of Man (1860). Manx Notes 432 (2020): 1–4.
  • [431] Manx Herb Doctors: An Exchange of Opinions (1887). Manx Notes 431 (2020): 1–3.
  • [430] ‘One of the old school’ (1928). Manx Notes 430 (2020): 1–2.
  • [429] ‘Treljah.’ Harves’ (1921). Manx Notes 429 (2020): 1–3.
  • [428] ‘Those harvest fetes, here called “melliahs.”’ (1827). Manx Notes 428 (2020): 1–2.
  • [427] Agnes Herbert, The Isle of Man (1909). Chapter xi, Customs Past and Present. Manx Notes 427 (2020): 1–12.
  • [426] Agnes Herbert, The Isle of Man (1909). Chapter x, Folklore. Manx Notes 426 (2020): 1–14.
  • [425] William Martin, ‘In the Isle of Man’ ([1887]). Manx Notes 425 (2020): 1–2.
  • [424] ‘Manx Superstitions’ (1880). Manx Notes 424 (2020): 1–2.
  • [423] ‘Manx Folklore and Superstition’ (1903). Manx Notes 423 (2020): 1–4.
  • [422] M.L. Q—, ‘Manx Customs’ & ‘Manx Superstitions’ (1907). Manx Notes 422 (2020): 1–3.
  • [421] Robert Edward Craine, ‘Old Manx Customs and Superstitions’ (1900–01). Manx Notes 421 (2020): 1–4.
  • [420] Sharp-dressed men: Deemster J.F. Gill & W.H. Gill. Manx Notes 420 (2020): 1.
  • [419] Eunyssagh Vona. Manx Notes 419 (2020): 1.
  • [418] The Castletown Metropolitan Silver Prize Band. Manx Notes 418 (2020): 1–3.
  • [417] Flitterdaunsey. Manx Notes 417 (2020): 1–2.
  • [416] ‘Our old people are just wonderful.’ Mr Dawson and Edward Ward (1956). Manx Notes 416 (2020): 1.
  • [415] ‘They danced in Manchester.’ The Isle of Man Folk Dance Society (1960). Manx Notes 415 (2020): 1.
  • [414] Hyndaa yn Bwoailly. Manx Notes 414 (2020): 1.
  • [413] ‘When I showed this dance to N.C.’. Manx Notes 413 (2020): 1.
  • [412] Dirk Dancers. Manx Notes 412 (2020): 1.
  • [411] ‘Christmas is ushered in…’. Manx Notes 411 (2020): 1.
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