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NOTES:-Gladstone Bibliography, 501-A French Christmas Carol, 503-A Gipsy Carol, 504-Bibliography of *Ecce Homo.'-Good Words, January, 1868, pp. 33-9; Christmas-Christmas Processions-Lettish Christmas Folk-lore-Christmas Festivities, 505-Birds' Christmas-February, pp. 80-8; March, pp. 177-85. Derbyshire Kissing Bunch, 506-Folk-lore of Japan-Folk- The first two articles are reprinted in 'Gleanings,' 1879, iii. 41-93; the third, being principally extracts, was not reprinted. By an error the footnote on p. 41 says the articles are reprinted from Good Words for 1866.

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