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ADDENDA and APPENDIX.

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Passing Bell, why the Soul Bell is so called

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Psalmody at Funerals

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Pall to cover the Coffin

39
Poor, invited to Funerals

40
Pie, chattering of

102
Pin, crooked, omen

107
Palmistry

108
Print of Foot in the Ashes, Divination by

110
Purses bounding from the Fire

ibid.
Plough Monday

196
Pious Chansons

205
Paul, St. Festival of, Gay's Account

241
Prognostications of Weather, by a Heifer's Tail stuck aloft ibid.
by pricking Corns

ibid.
by Swallows soaring high ibid.
by swinging Signs in Towns ibid.
by whistling Winds

ibid.
by common Shores (sewers) ibid.
by dropping Vaults

ibid.
Stockings on Hosier's Poles ibid.
Palm-Sunday, farther Remarks on

262
Parish, what it antiently signified

297
Procession, parochiai ai Oxford

298
Pasche or Paste Eggs

345
Pot or Caldron of Witches

356
Passion Sunday, in the Church of Rome, the Sunday pre-
ceding Palm Sunday

362
Par-boiled Wheat

366
Pancake Tuesday

367
Plucking off the Bride's Garters

372
Posset at Wedding Suppers

ibid.
Pledge, I'll Pledge you

376
Pins in Drinking Cups

377
Peascods, Divination by

382
Pie-Powder Court

400

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Raphael, the Angel
Ravens, their Cry, ominous

89
Recreation

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Recreation lawful, not sinful
Reformation, too great
Rehoboth, the Name of a Well
Resurrection of the same Body always the Opinion of the

antient Church
Rising early on Easter Day
Rogation Week, why so called
Romish Church filled the World with Apparitions
Rosemary, why used at Funerals

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267
293
120
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ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Reioicing with Bells
Reever bell
Rose Trees, planted round the Graves
Rain, happy.ihe Corps it falls on
Red Sea, laying Spirits in
Rag Well, near Newcastle
Robin Red-breasts, unlucky to kill
Rod, Divination by
Rings in the Candle
Rogation Week
Ring-Finger
Royal Oak Dar
Rosemder the Rose, old Saying

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81
94
102
106
110
298
370
390
404

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.
Sab 1-dar, waat userved on it, in the exorcising of an Hosse !51
Sucrece to se Sun

176
las its lavabitants how buried
Smide its tag on inous
Sis how cer as pared

115
Satirisy Afternoon, buwberred

161
Sturtu, kas it was

912
Sarees, sar teyind the Yee-cles

176
Sca, DoctorOpuiza o Gost Church Yards

SO
Sra. Bertered

100
Sure, ure
wiept, es duros et Spco vaseg a Cock Crow

313
Suomes W.XALKY A part oss
Se pre le

953
Sorut

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Song

Song, New Year's
Spanish Church, why it observed not the Rogation Days
Spirits, how they converse with Men
Star which appeared to the Magi, what it was an Emblem of
Sunday, what observed on it in exorcising an House
Sun Dancing on Easter Day
Swithin, his Day

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ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Streeking, and Streeking Board

25
Salt, a little upon a Plate set upon the Corps

ibid.
Shroud

ibid.
Spurs hung up over the Tombs of Knights

46
Spectator, on Ghosts

80
on Omens

106
Swallows, unlucky to kill

102
Spiders, ditto

ibid.
Sortes Homericæ Virgilianæ

103
Speal-Bone Divination

ibid.
Second-sight

103-421
Strangers at the Candle and Bars

104
Shoe old throwing after one

ibid.
Scraping when we how

ibid.
Stumbling in going down Stairs, Omen

105
Sitting cross-leg'd
and with our Fingers shut together

ibid.
Shooting of a Star

..102-106
Saw-dust

107
Sailors' Superstition of Whistling, &c.

108
Spitting, Superstitions relative to

111
Saturday Afternoon, farther Remarks on

170
Sword Dancers

194
Sharping Corn, given at Christmass

196
Sandgate, Billingsgate of the North

204
Saturnalia

214
Scot, Name of a Farmer's Horse

241
Sheep Shearing, Thompson's and Dyer's Description of

316
Sabbath of Witches

357
Sigillaria

215
Scots Farmers, their Method of preserving their Cattle against
Witchcraft

354
Snails, Divination by

382
Six Score to the Hundred, Reason of

383
Sneezing, Superstitions relative to

387
Salt, Custom of giving at Salt Hill

402
Silly, or Seely. How

406.
Second Sight

421

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.
Tanzy Cake

277
Tuesday, what was observed on it in the exorcising of an House , 140

Theophilach.

Theophilact, a Mistake of his
Threshold
Thumb
Thursday, what observed on it
Tizri, a Month of the Jews
Tomb of Christ
Tombs, apparitions at them
Twelfth-Day
Twenty Days of Christmass, which

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237
236
145
210
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ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Tintinnabula, Bells

15
Trumpets used for Bells by the Jews

16
Tom of Lincoln, mighty Tom. Ch. Church

17
Torches at Funerals
Tears painted on Window-shutters, Scotland

47
Transubstantiation, curious Thoughts on

55
True-Love Koots at the Bottom of Tea Cups

110
Thrift-Box

182
Truant-Clog

184
Twelfth Day, Custom on

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Twelfth Cake, Mode of making

228
Torches consecrated on Candlemass Day

247
Tanzy Cake

.280 281
Truncheon of Field Officers

289
Tobacco

349
Tid, Mid, Misera

365
Throwing the Stocking

373
Toasting

379
True-Love Knot

386
Top-Knot

ibid.

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.

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180
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162

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Valentine Day
Vigilia Luminum
Vine-Dresser
Vigil

ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Under-Bearers at Funerals
Valentine-Day, farther Remarks on

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ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.
Walking Place of Spirits
Watch ng with Corps

120

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Watches,

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246
142
90

Watches, four of the Night, how employed by the primitive

Christians
Wax Candles
Wednesday, what observed on it in exorcising a House
Wells
Whitby, Ductor, an Opinion of the Jews froin him about

Midnight Spirits
William, King of Scots
Windows adorned with Laurel
Winter's Evening, how spent by the Country People
Wishing a good new Year
Wives Feast Day

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163
192
112
213
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ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Watching a Corps, see Lake Wake
Wells
Weasel, meeting one Ominous
Warts
Watf, seeing a Person's
Witches
White Plough
Wassail Bowl
Willow Flowers or Buds, substitute for Palins
With
Wake Country, farther Remarks on
Witches, Witchcraft
Whistling.on Shipboard
Wisp
Will with the Wisp
Welsh Main
Wandering Jew

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105
107
109
353
193
214
266
ibid.
332
333
108
407
ibid.
412
43%

Y.

ANTIQUITATES VULGARES.
Yule Clog, what is an Emblem of
Yule Eve

172
180

ADDENDA and APPENDIX.
Yule Dough or Dow
Yule Cakes
Yule Coal
Yule, various Etymons of
Yew Trees in Church Yards

172
ibid.

183
185_229

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