Weather and Folk Lore of Peterborough and District
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Weather and Folk Lore of Peterborough and District

By Charles Dack
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  • Weather and Folk Lore
  • of
  • Peterborough and District.
    • BY
    • CHARLES DACK.
      • MAY DAY, AT GLATTON, Hunts.
      • The Rev. E. Bradley, (Cuthbert Bede).
    • MAY DAY, AT GLATTON, Hunts.
    • The Rev. E. Bradley, (Cuthbert Bede).
  • WEATHER AND FOLK LORE OF PETERBOROUGH AND DISTRICT.
    • January.
      • St. Paul's Day, 25th January.
      • February.
      • St. Valentine's Day.
      • March.
      • Mothering Sunday.
      • Palm Sunday.
      • Good Friday.
      • April.
      • St. Mark's Eve.
      • May.
      • May Day.
      • Whit Sunday.
      • June.
      • June Roses.
      • St. Peter's Day, 29th June.
      • Sheep Shearing. (June).
      • Midsummer Eve Charms.
      • Dumb Cake.
      • September.
      • Harvest Home.
      • October.
      • Mops.
      • St. Martin's Day.
      • November.
      • St. Cecilia's Day. Nov. 22.
      • St. Catherine's Day, Nov. 25th.
      • December.
      • St. Andrew's Day.
      • St. Thomas's Day, 21st December.
      • Christmas.
      • Innocents Day, December 28th.
      • Country Dances.
      • Sedan Chairs.
      • Fit Rings.
      • Wedding Rings.
      • Games.
      • Earth Air and Water.
      • I Love My Love.
      • Handsell.
      • Boot.
      • Cutting Nails.
      • Marriage.
      • Bride's Dress.
      • Animals.
      • Whooping Cough.
      • Washing.
      • Sneezing.
      • Peterborough Cathedral.
      • Bells.
      • Personal.
      • Folk Lore (3)
      • Birds.
      • Bees.
      • Insects.
      • General.
      • Plants.
      • Flowers and Seeds.
      • King's Cliffe.
      • Godmanchester.
      • Huntingdon.
    • St. Paul's Day, 25th January.
    • February.
    • St. Valentine's Day.
    • March.
    • Mothering Sunday.
    • Palm Sunday.
    • Good Friday.
    • April.
    • St. Mark's Eve.
    • May.
    • May Day.
    • Whit Sunday.
    • June.
    • June Roses.
    • St. Peter's Day, 29th June.
    • Sheep Shearing. (June).
    • Midsummer Eve Charms.
    • Dumb Cake.
    • September.
    • Harvest Home.
    • October.
    • Mops.
    • St. Martin's Day.
    • November.
    • St. Cecilia's Day. Nov. 22.
    • St. Catherine's Day, Nov. 25th.
    • December.
    • St. Andrew's Day.
    • St. Thomas's Day, 21st December.
    • Christmas.
    • Innocents Day, December 28th.
    • Country Dances.
    • Sedan Chairs.
    • Fit Rings.
    • Wedding Rings.
    • Games.
    • Earth Air and Water.
    • I Love My Love.
    • Handsell.
    • Boot.
    • Cutting Nails.
    • Marriage.
    • Bride's Dress.
    • Animals.
    • Whooping Cough.
    • Washing.
    • Sneezing.
    • Peterborough Cathedral.
    • Bells.
    • Personal.
    • Folk Lore (3)
    • Birds.
    • Bees.
    • Insects.
    • General.
    • Plants.
    • Flowers and Seeds.
    • King's Cliffe.
    • Godmanchester.
    • Huntingdon.
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