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Bean-King, twelfth Day

226
Brok, Farnier's Horses so called

241
Ball-Hand, Game of

279
Bell-Tein, a rural Sacrifice

286
Bone-Fires

307 1
Buchler, a red Velvet one of St. Michael

328
Baby, Corn or Kern

3-11
Bell-Ropes, Tobacco made of

31
Broom-Sticks, Witches riding on

355
Bewitched Persons vomiting

357
Beans, see Carlings

361
Bride-Favours

371
Bride-Cakes

...ibid. and 403
Banners hung over the Tombs of Knights

40
Box Sprigs of a substitute for Pulms

200
Bay, decking the Collin with

41
Burlase, Mr. his Account of May-Day Rites in Cornwall 287
Bringing the Summer flome

291
Bacchanalia

215
BALIMoney

374
Bid-Ale

376
Bumpers

377
Black-Puddings

393
Borrowed Day

* 42
Barbers' Shops, Poles at

499
Blind- Man's Bull

449
Blue Balls--Pawn. Brokers

451

C.

ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.

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Cake, baked in Honour of the Virgin Mary

223
Cake, with a Bean in when used

221
Candles, when lighted up in the Eastern Church

179
Candlemass-Day

944
Cato

257
Cassian, his Account of Spirits vanishing at Day-break,

69
Childermass-Day

23.
Christ born about the Time of Cock Crow

73
Christmass Candie

172
Christmass Carrol, what derived from

201
First sung by the Angels
Church-Yards

83
Cloven Foot, the Devil appearing with

113
Cock-Crow
Collect for Aid against Perils

67
Dr. Comber, his discourse of the ancient Manner of burying.... 51
Crickets, ominous

97
Crow, an ominous Bird

9
Croyning the Corps, a Custom of the Heathens......

43
Cruciuc

65

Crucifix
Cypress, what it is an Emblem of

156
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Clock, critique on the Word
Curfew
Candle set upon the Corps, &c
Collin
Cock
Cock-Weather, or Vans
Children dying unbaptized
Church-yards, anciently without the Walls
Cheek, burning of, an 'Omen
Chough
Cats-Omens
Cats
Candles, Letters at
Cross-legged, to sit
Cricket
Crooked-Pin
Chips of Gallows
Chaims for driving away Rats, &c.
Carrying a Corpse on Ship-Board
Candles, dead Men's
Candle, Rings in the
Cinders bounding from the Fire
Circk, Fairies'
Conjuring, Remarks on
Casting out Devils
C: kes, Yule
Christmas Box
Christinas Clog and Coal
Cock-lighting
Cow's Hide, Custom of dressing in
Christmas Carrol in old Scotch
Cake. Twelfth
Calves' Headis
Corns and Achs, Prognostics of the Weather
Church Monuments, ditto
Common Shores, ditto
Candlemas Day, bearing of Candles on
Carnival, see also Pancake Tuesday
Cock, thrown at
Cats, nine Lives
Christmass Pies
Cratch, Rack or Manger
Column of the May
Cross Week
Cities, Guardians of
Corn Rhy, or Image
Cross Bunns
Cross Murk

105
ibid.

107
ibid.
ibid.

108
110
ibid.
ibid.
130
158
139
ISO
192
184
414
199
201
208
239
240
249
ibid.

247
.258-307

259
ibid.

081
ibid.
289
299
305
341
347
ibid.
Cat,

Cat, the sine qua non of a Witch
Carlings
Collop Monday
Confarreation, a Wedding Ceremony
Crowing, unseasonable of Cocks, ominous
Cats, coming in, &c. of strange, ominous
Circle, a Conjurer's Trap
Conjurers, African, Si. Chrysostom's saying to
Coranich, Song at Funerals
Creed, turning to the Altar at the repeating of
Canute's Law against worshipping Wells
Churn or Kern Supper
Care-Sunday
Care-Cloth
Coral, Child's Toy
Cornute Cuckold ibid,
Childrens' Sports
Cheese Groaning
Cuckow
To cry Coke

358
361
368
372
101
ibid.
134
158
29
55
92
341
362
366
405
437

447
tj and 327

412
451

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Devils, afraid of Bells
Debauchery at Lake Wakes
Doles used at Funerals
Death Watch, Swift's Account of
Divination, various Modes of
Dog, howlings of, by Night, Omen
Devil, Names of, Old Nick, Old Harry
Doughs, Yule
Decking Churches at Christmas
Divisions, political and civil, of the Day
Deer, Sight of, Omen on an Expedition
Drummer, or Haunted House, Extract from
Dragon or Fire-Drake
Deuce take you, vulgar Saying, what
Dreams
Duck and Drake

40
105
106
112
120
188
192

82
111
132
411
428
420
419
AN.

E.

ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.

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270
268
220

East, the Part of llcaven our Saviour ascended to
Easter Holidays
Easter Sunday
Eastern Vagi
Edgar, a Canon made in his Time against worshipping of

Fountains
And upon the Observation of Saturday Afternoon
Egyptians, their Guardian Angels
Epiphany
Eseck, the Name of a Well
Eve of St. John Baptist, how observed
Exorcising a haunted House, what

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91
163
3:2
178

92
176
137

ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Earth, a small Quantity of, laid upon

the Corps
Ever-Greens at Funerals
East, Altar towards
East Position in the Grave
Ear tingling, a Sign that somebody talks of us
Ephialtes, or Night-Mare to prevent
Elf-locks
Elf-shots
Epiphany, or Twelfth Day Cake
Basier Ilolidays
Eulogium on Christian Philosophy
Easter Holiday Amusements
Egg-liell, breaking after the Meat is out
Ese Saturday
Eggs at Easter

25
41

57
ibid,
101
107
108
129
227
278
160
279
353
370
315

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115
254

Fries
Kaunes, how they appearesi
Tlora, Goddess of Flowers
Flowers, strewed on Graves
Frirlay, what observed on it in exorcising an haunted House
Euth, his Answer to the Papists in Defence of their Palm-Sun-

dav Procession

147

264

ADDENDA

ADDENDA and APPENDIX.

Face-Cloth
Funeral Sermons
Funeral Entertainments
Feet forward, carrying a Corps
Flat-Stones over Graves
Flowers scattered on the Tomb
Falling of Salt, Omen
Fetch Lights, or dead Men's Candles
Forcing Fire with a Wheel
Fox, Omea
Fairies stealing Children
Fairies Circle or Ring, Butter
Fool-Plough
Fools, Festival of
Flower, or Flour of the Wake
Fontinalia
Fasting Spíttle, superstitious Opinion of
Fields of May
Fastens or fasterns Even
Foot-Ball Money at Weddings
Fairs
Falling Star

25
40
26
40
41
30
105
109
111
ibid,

199

130
193--445
.197-216

312
95

289
397
374
390
410

G,

ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.

43
3:11

Garlands of Flowers, when used
Guardian Angels
Genius Evil, appearing to Brutus
Ghosts departed, whether they appear again
Goat, what it is an Emblem of
Gloria in excelsis
Grass, why plucked up by the Jews
Grave, strewed with Flowers
Greens Ever, why used at Funerals
Gregory, a sradition mentioned by bim
Guili

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177
173

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ADDENDA and APPENDIX.

Garlands
Ghosts
Guest-Newcastle walking Spirit
Goblin
Giul
Gentlemen, Selden's Definition of the Word

46
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82
129

196
ibid.
Goode

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