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Il zmena, what it signifies
Hail, Bishop, his Opinion of the Soul Bell
Hallowed Beils
Hland Bull
flare crimsing the Way, an ill Omen
Fiarvest Supper
Haunted House
Hesperitius, his I use haunted
Hilda, St. her Death
Fligh con, what
Holy Water
Hooker, Mr. his Cu-tom at parocinial Perambulutions
Husbandman, Observers of Saturday 1:ternoon

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House-Loek, why planted on House Tops
Hector Beit! Interiection to fosies
Heifer's Tal, stuck aloit, bodes Showers
Hand-Ba-Gime
Harvest-flonie Ceremonies
Handet, Pausage in Grave-Diggers' Scene
Hare, Divination by
Hens-sudden Fallo, Ominous
Hornedres oi the Moon-Omen
Holy, or Hollow Stones, cung up in Stables
Hydromancy, Divination hy Water
Houling of Dogs by Night, Ominous
Hobroblin
Hagmena
Holme, Churches decked with at Christmas
Holls
Hunting Song, curious Stanza from
Hoppings, Etymon, of
Harvest Song
Harvest Honie, Thompson's Description of
Horse-Snoe nailed on Threshold to keep out Witches

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Jacoh, how he prepared to go and worship God
Jerusalem, a Tradition held by the Holy Men of it
Job, his Vision of the Night
John Baptist's Eve, St.
Jonathan, bis asking a Sign
Julius, not the Original of Yule
Ivy, why used at Funerals

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Iron-Ladles affixed to Wells
Jesmond Well
Inn Pilgrims
Johnson, Dr. his Account of a New Year's-Day Ceremony
Juniper, burnt by Highlanders on New Year's-Day
Judges Nose-gay
John, St. Fires
Jack with the Lanthorn
Ignis Fatuus

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Knells, nine for a Man, after extolling the Bell for a Person's

Death
Keeping of the Corps four Days
kisses, stange felt on the Lips
Kepping the Ball
Kail, winning at Weddings
hitty with the Wisp

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L.

ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.

Laurel, why used at Funerals

What it is an Emblem of at Christmass
Laying of Spirits
Ligatures
Light, the Emblem of several Things
Lock, his Opinion of Apparitions

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Lake-Wake-watching with the Dead
Laring out, er streeking the Corps
Leaving the Conin unscrewed till the Time of Burial
Looking-Glass, breaking one, ominous
Lambhill, sudden Death of, ominous
Libanomancy
Lad-Ore Hazel's Tendency to
Lots, Divination to
Lord of Visrule
Log
Lamb, Rev. Mr. his Etymon of Balow
Leaping over Bone-Fires
Leat-Gold-Eggs coveied with
Lemuria
Lupercalia
Lucky, or otherwise what Times to marry
Laciy-Fly, Divination by
Lammass-Day

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES..

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Mag-P'ye, its chattering ominous
Mamertus, Bishop of Vienna
Mary Magdalene, guided by the Moon to the Sepulchre
Mav Pole
Viede, Mr. his Opinion of the Manner of good and evil Spirits

appearing
Mædrenack
Alell-Supper
Mid-Winter
Miserere Animabus
Monica, her Corps watcher
Monks, wrought in their Cells
Morning llynin, whether sung by the Angels
Vionday, what observed on it in exorcising a House
Mumming

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Vulling of Bells
Vlortuaries
Verry-Seat, Jews led to turn towards
Marl, golden found in bed
Wales, on different Part , ominous
Merry-thought, pluching of

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Mince-Pies
Muinmers
May-Day Cerenionies
M.ik Maids at London
Highlanders, Ceremonies on
May, Lady of
Mace
Mayor
May-Day Song at Newcastle
Midsummer Eve Rites
Mell-Supper
Mare, crying the, Custom in Hertfordshire
Midlenting or Mothering
Mercheta Mulierum
Martinmas-Marts
Moun, Superstitions relative to

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.

Nabal, his Feast
New Year...
Night before Easter
Night, the properest Time for appearing of evil Spirits
Nonconformists, Objections against Ceremonies
Noon Song, what
Northern Parts, the Place where Psalmody is chiefly ob-

served
Nurses, their Stories of bad Consequence to Children
Nymphs, the Goddesses of Fountains

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Osiers, fencing the Grave with
Onychomancy or Odymancy, Divination by Nails
Owls-screech, &c.
Old Nick, and Old Harry, popular Names of the Devil
Obsession of the Devil
Old Hat, used in raising the Devil
Old Woman, Figure in the Fool-Plough
Olaus Magnus' Description of Sword Dance
Ointment of Witches
Old Shoe-throwing after one
Orders, see St. Nicholas Day

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.
Palm-Sunday

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Palms of good Works, what they are

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Panites, how they appeared

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Paul, St. his Day

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Paul, the Hermite

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Paula, buried at Bethlehem

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Peace of the Disciples

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Perambulations

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Plough-man

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Plutarch, his Story of the evil Genius of Brutus
Popish Priests, famous among the Vulgar

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Power of Prayer

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Prayers for dying Persons

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Preparation for the Sabbath, what it is an Emblem of

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Prudentius, his Account of the vanishing of Spirits at Cock-

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Psalm, sung at watching the Corps

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Psalmody, used at Funerals

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