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Lancashire Folk-lore Illustrative of the Superstitious Beliefs and Practices, Local Customs and Usages of the People of the County Palatine

By T. T. Wilkinson, John Harland
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  • LANCASHIRE FOLK-LORE: ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE SUPERSTITIOUS BELIEFS AND PRACTICES, LOCAL CUSTOMS AND USAGES OF THE PEOPLE OF THE COUNTY PALATINE.
    • COMPILED AND EDITED BY JOHN HARLAND, F.S.A. AND T. T. WILKINSON, F.R.A.S.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
  • LANCASHIRE FOLK-LORE.
    • PART I.
    • SUPERSTITIOUS BELIEFS AND PRACTICES.
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • LANCASHIRE ALCHEMISTS.
      • LANCASHIRE ASTROLOGERS.
      • BELLS.
      • BEAL-TINE OR BELTANE FIRES; RELICS OF BAAL WORSHIP.
      • BOGGARTS, GHOSTS, AND HAUNTED PLACES.
      • BOGGART HOLE CLOUGH.
      • BOGGARTS OR GHOSTS IN OLD HALLS.
      • HOUSE BOGGARTS, OR LABOURING GOBLINS.
      • HORNBY PARK MISTRESS AND MARGARET BRACKIN.
      • BOGGARTS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • LANCASHIRE ALCHEMISTS.
    • LANCASHIRE ASTROLOGERS.
    • BELLS.
    • BEAL-TINE OR BELTANE FIRES; RELICS OF BAAL WORSHIP.
    • BOGGARTS, GHOSTS, AND HAUNTED PLACES.
    • BOGGART HOLE CLOUGH.
    • BOGGARTS OR GHOSTS IN OLD HALLS.
    • HOUSE BOGGARTS, OR LABOURING GOBLINS.
    • HORNBY PARK MISTRESS AND MARGARET BRACKIN.
    • BOGGARTS IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHARMS AND SPELLS.
      • CHARMS AND SPELLS AGAINST EVIL BEINGS.
      • A CHARM, WRITTEN IN CYPHER, AGAINST WITCHCRAFT AND EVIL SPIRITS.
      • THE CROW CHARM AND THE LADY-BIRD CHARM.
        • Crow Charm.
        • Lady-Bird Charm.
      • Crow Charm.
      • Lady-Bird Charm.
      • PIMPERNEL.
      • THE MOUNTAIN ASH, OR WICKEN OR WIGGEN TREE.
      • CHARMS TO CURE SICKNESS, WOUNDS, CATTLE DISTEMPER, ETC.
      • CHARMS FOR THE TOOTHACHE.
      • VERVAIN, FOR WOUNDS, ETC.
      • CHARMS TO STOP BLEEDING.
      • TOUCHING FOR THE KING'S EVIL.
      • CURES FOR WARTS.
      • CURE FOR HYDROCEPHALUS IN CATTLE.
      • CATTLE DISORDERS.—THE SHREW TREE IN CARNFORTH.
      • CHARMS FOR AGUE.
      • STINGING OF NETTLES.
      • JAUNDICE.
      • TO PROCURE SLEEP BY CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE BED.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHARMS AND SPELLS AGAINST EVIL BEINGS.
    • A CHARM, WRITTEN IN CYPHER, AGAINST WITCHCRAFT AND EVIL SPIRITS.
    • THE CROW CHARM AND THE LADY-BIRD CHARM.
      • Crow Charm.
      • Lady-Bird Charm.
    • Crow Charm.
    • Lady-Bird Charm.
    • PIMPERNEL.
    • THE MOUNTAIN ASH, OR WICKEN OR WIGGEN TREE.
    • CHARMS TO CURE SICKNESS, WOUNDS, CATTLE DISTEMPER, ETC.
    • CHARMS FOR THE TOOTHACHE.
    • VERVAIN, FOR WOUNDS, ETC.
    • CHARMS TO STOP BLEEDING.
    • TOUCHING FOR THE KING'S EVIL.
    • CURES FOR WARTS.
    • CURE FOR HYDROCEPHALUS IN CATTLE.
    • CATTLE DISORDERS.—THE SHREW TREE IN CARNFORTH.
    • CHARMS FOR AGUE.
    • STINGING OF NETTLES.
    • JAUNDICE.
    • TO PROCURE SLEEP BY CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF THE BED.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE DEVIL, DEMONS, &c.
      • THE DEVIL.
      • RAISING THE DEVIL.
      • THE DEVIL & THE SCHOOLMASTER AT COCKERHAM.
      • OLD NICK.
      • DEMONOLOGY.
      • DEMON AND GOBLIN SUPERSTITIONS.
      • DISPOSSESSING A DEMONIAC.
      • DEMONIACAL POSSESSION IN 1594.
      • DEMONIACAL POSSESSION IN 1689.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE DEVIL.
    • RAISING THE DEVIL.
    • THE DEVIL & THE SCHOOLMASTER AT COCKERHAM.
    • OLD NICK.
    • DEMONOLOGY.
    • DEMON AND GOBLIN SUPERSTITIONS.
    • DISPOSSESSING A DEMONIAC.
    • DEMONIACAL POSSESSION IN 1594.
    • DEMONIACAL POSSESSION IN 1689.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DIVINATION.
      • DIVINATION AT MARRIAGES.
      • DIVINATION BY BIBLE AND KEY.
      • ANOTHER LANCASHIRE FORM OF DIVINATION.
      • DIVINATION BY THE DYING.
      • SECOND-SIGHT.
      • SPIRITS OF THE DYING AND THE DEAD.
      • CASTING LOTS, ETC.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • DIVINATION AT MARRIAGES.
    • DIVINATION BY BIBLE AND KEY.
    • ANOTHER LANCASHIRE FORM OF DIVINATION.
    • DIVINATION BY THE DYING.
    • SECOND-SIGHT.
    • SPIRITS OF THE DYING AND THE DEAD.
    • CASTING LOTS, ETC.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MISCELLANEOUS FOLK-LORE.
      • DRUIDICAL ROCK BASINS.
      • ELVES AND FAIRIES.
      • FOLK-LORE.
      • FOLK-LORE OF ECCLES AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD.
        • "'The Creed.
        • "'The Little Creed.
        • "'The White Paternoster.
        • "'Another Prayer.
      • "'The Creed.
      • "'The Little Creed.
      • "'The White Paternoster.
      • "'Another Prayer.
      • TREE BARNACLES; OR, GEESE HATCHED FROM SEA-SHELLS.
      • WARTS FROM WASHING IN EGG-WATER.
      • FORTUNE-TELLING.—WISE MEN AND CUNNING WOMEN, ETC.
      • MAGIC AND MAGICIANS.
      • EDWARD KELLY, THE SEER.
      • RAISING THE DEAD AT WALTON-LE-DALE.
      • AN EARL OF DERBY CHARGED WITH KEEPING A CONJUROR.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • DRUIDICAL ROCK BASINS.
    • ELVES AND FAIRIES.
    • FOLK-LORE.
    • FOLK-LORE OF ECCLES AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD.
      • "'The Creed.
      • "'The Little Creed.
      • "'The White Paternoster.
      • "'Another Prayer.
    • "'The Creed.
    • "'The Little Creed.
    • "'The White Paternoster.
    • "'Another Prayer.
    • TREE BARNACLES; OR, GEESE HATCHED FROM SEA-SHELLS.
    • WARTS FROM WASHING IN EGG-WATER.
    • FORTUNE-TELLING.—WISE MEN AND CUNNING WOMEN, ETC.
    • MAGIC AND MAGICIANS.
    • EDWARD KELLY, THE SEER.
    • RAISING THE DEAD AT WALTON-LE-DALE.
    • AN EARL OF DERBY CHARGED WITH KEEPING A CONJUROR.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MIRACLES, OR MIRACULOUS STORIES.
      • MIRACLES BY A DEAD DUKE OF LANCASTER AND KING.
      • A MIRACULOUS FOOTPRINT IN BRINDLE CHURCH.
      • THE FOOTPRINT AT SMITHELLS OF GEORGE MARSH, THE MARTYR.
      • A LEGEND OF CARTMEL CHURCH.
      • THE PROPHET ELIAS, A LANCASHIRE FANATIC.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • MIRACLES BY A DEAD DUKE OF LANCASTER AND KING.
    • A MIRACULOUS FOOTPRINT IN BRINDLE CHURCH.
    • THE FOOTPRINT AT SMITHELLS OF GEORGE MARSH, THE MARTYR.
    • A LEGEND OF CARTMEL CHURCH.
    • THE PROPHET ELIAS, A LANCASHIRE FANATIC.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • OMENS AND PREDICATIONS.
      • CATS.
      • DOGS.
      • LAMBS.
      • BIRDS.
      • SWALLOWS.
      • MAGPIES.
      • DREAMS.
        • [Moral.]
      • [Moral.]
      • THE MOON.
      • HÆVER OR HIVER.
      • DEASIL OR WIDERSINNIS.
      • OMENS OF WEATHER FOR NEW YEAR'S-DAY.
      • DEATH TICK OR DEATH WATCH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CATS.
    • DOGS.
    • LAMBS.
    • BIRDS.
    • SWALLOWS.
    • MAGPIES.
    • DREAMS.
      • [Moral.]
    • [Moral.]
    • THE MOON.
    • HÆVER OR HIVER.
    • DEASIL OR WIDERSINNIS.
    • OMENS OF WEATHER FOR NEW YEAR'S-DAY.
    • DEATH TICK OR DEATH WATCH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SUPERSTITIONS, GENERAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
      • POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS.
      • BONES OF ST. LAWRENCE, AT CHORLEY.
      • THE DEAD MAN'S HAND.
      • NINETEENTH CENTURY SUPERSTITION.
      • PENDLE FOREST SUPERSTITION.
      • EAST LANCASHIRE SUPERSTITION.
      • SUPERSTITIOUS FEARS AND CRUELTIES.
      • SUPERSTITIOUS BELIEFS IN MANCHESTER IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
      • WELLS AND SPRINGS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • POPULAR SUPERSTITIONS.
    • BONES OF ST. LAWRENCE, AT CHORLEY.
    • THE DEAD MAN'S HAND.
    • NINETEENTH CENTURY SUPERSTITION.
    • PENDLE FOREST SUPERSTITION.
    • EAST LANCASHIRE SUPERSTITION.
    • SUPERSTITIOUS FEARS AND CRUELTIES.
    • SUPERSTITIOUS BELIEFS IN MANCHESTER IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY.
    • WELLS AND SPRINGS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • WITCHES AND WITCHCRAFT.
      • WITCHCRAFT IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.
      • THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES:
      • DR. DEE CHARGED WITH WITCHCRAFT.
      • THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES.
      • SUPERSTITIOUS FEAR OF WITCHCRAFT.
      • A HOUSEHOLD BEWITCHED.
      • THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES OF 1612.
      • THE SAMLESBURY WITCHES.
      • WITCHCRAFT AT MIDDLETON.
      • WITCHCRAFT IN 1633-34.
      • THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES OF 1633-4.
      • LANCASHIRE WITCH-FINDERS.
      • THE FOREST OF PENDLE—THE HAUNT OF THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES.
      • PENDLE HILL AND ITS WITCHES.
      • WITCHCRAFT ABOUT 1654.
      • A LIVERPOOL WITCH IN 1667.
      • THE WITCH OF SINGLETON.
      • WITCHCRAFT AT CHOWBENT IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
      • KILLING A WITCH.
      • A RECENT WITCH, NEAR BURNLEY.
      • "LATING" OR "LEETING" WITCHES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • WITCHCRAFT IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY.
    • THE FAMOUS HISTORY OF THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES:
    • DR. DEE CHARGED WITH WITCHCRAFT.
    • THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES.
    • SUPERSTITIOUS FEAR OF WITCHCRAFT.
    • A HOUSEHOLD BEWITCHED.
    • THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES OF 1612.
    • THE SAMLESBURY WITCHES.
    • WITCHCRAFT AT MIDDLETON.
    • WITCHCRAFT IN 1633-34.
    • THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES OF 1633-4.
    • LANCASHIRE WITCH-FINDERS.
    • THE FOREST OF PENDLE—THE HAUNT OF THE LANCASHIRE WITCHES.
    • PENDLE HILL AND ITS WITCHES.
    • WITCHCRAFT ABOUT 1654.
    • A LIVERPOOL WITCH IN 1667.
    • THE WITCH OF SINGLETON.
    • WITCHCRAFT AT CHOWBENT IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
    • KILLING A WITCH.
    • A RECENT WITCH, NEAR BURNLEY.
    • "LATING" OR "LEETING" WITCHES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART II.
    • LOCAL CUSTOMS AND USAGES AT VARIOUS SEASONS.
      • CHURCH AND SEASON FESTIVALS.
      • NEW YEAR'S DAY.
      • FIRE ON NEW YEAR'S EVE.
      • NEW YEAR'S LUCK.
      • NEW YEAR'S FIRST CALLER.
      • NEW YEAR'S DAY AND OLD CHRISTMAS DAY.
      • AULD WIFE HAKES.
      • NEW YEAR'S GIFTS AND WISHES.
      • SHROVETIDE.
      • SHROVE-TUESDAY, OR PANCAKE TUESDAY.
      • COCK-THROWING AND COCK-FIGHTING.
      • COCK-FIGHTING ABOUT BLACKBURN.
      • COCK-PENNY AT CLITHEROE.
      • COCK-FIGHTING AT BURNLEY.
      • SHROVETIDE CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
      • LENT.—ASH-WEDNESDAY.
      • MID-LENT SUNDAY, OR "MOTHERING SUNDAY."
      • SIMNEL CAKES.
        • TO DIANEME.
      • TO DIANEME.
      • BURY.
      • BRAGOT-SUNDAY.
      • FAG-PIE SUNDAY.
      • GOOD FRIDAY.
      • EASTER.
      • PASCHE, PACE, OR EASTER EGGS.
      • PACE EGGING IN BLACKBURN.
      • PACE OR PEACE EGGING IN EAST LANCASHIRE.
      • EASTER SPORTS AT THE MANCHESTER FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
      • "LIFTING" OR "HEAVING" AT EASTER.
      • EASTER GAME OF THE RING.
      • PLAYING "OLD BALL."
      • ACTING WITH "BALL."
      • EASTER CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
      • MAY-DAY CUSTOMS.
      • MAY SONGS.
      • MAY-DAY EVE.
      • MAY-DAY CUSTOM.
      • PENDLETON AND PENDLEBURY MAY-POLE AND GAMES.
      • MAY CUSTOM IN SPOTLAND.
      • MAY-DAY CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
      • THE MAY-POLE OF LOSTOCK.
      • ROBIN HOOD AND MAY-GAMES AT BURNLEY, IN 1579.
      • MAY-DAY IN MANCHESTER.
      • QUEEN OF THE MAY, &c.
      • WHITSUNTIDE.
      • WHIT-TUESDAY.—KING AND QUEEN AT DOWNHAM.
      • ROGATIONS OR GANG DAYS.
      • OATMEAL CHARITY AT INCE.
      • NAMES FOR MOONS IN AUTUMN.
      • "GOOSE-INTENTOS."
      • ALL SOULS' DAY.—NOV. 2.
      • GUNPOWDER PLOT AND GUY FAWKES.
      • CHRISTMAS.
      • CREATURES WORSHIPPING ON CHRISTMAS EVE.
      • CHRISTMAS MUMMING.
      • THE HOBBY HORSE, OR OLD BALL.
      • CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
      • CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS AT WYCOLLER HALL.
      • CAROLS, &c.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHURCH AND SEASON FESTIVALS.
    • NEW YEAR'S DAY.
    • FIRE ON NEW YEAR'S EVE.
    • NEW YEAR'S LUCK.
    • NEW YEAR'S FIRST CALLER.
    • NEW YEAR'S DAY AND OLD CHRISTMAS DAY.
    • AULD WIFE HAKES.
    • NEW YEAR'S GIFTS AND WISHES.
    • SHROVETIDE.
    • SHROVE-TUESDAY, OR PANCAKE TUESDAY.
    • COCK-THROWING AND COCK-FIGHTING.
    • COCK-FIGHTING ABOUT BLACKBURN.
    • COCK-PENNY AT CLITHEROE.
    • COCK-FIGHTING AT BURNLEY.
    • SHROVETIDE CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
    • LENT.—ASH-WEDNESDAY.
    • MID-LENT SUNDAY, OR "MOTHERING SUNDAY."
    • SIMNEL CAKES.
      • TO DIANEME.
    • TO DIANEME.
    • BURY.
    • BRAGOT-SUNDAY.
    • FAG-PIE SUNDAY.
    • GOOD FRIDAY.
    • EASTER.
    • PASCHE, PACE, OR EASTER EGGS.
    • PACE EGGING IN BLACKBURN.
    • PACE OR PEACE EGGING IN EAST LANCASHIRE.
    • EASTER SPORTS AT THE MANCHESTER FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
    • "LIFTING" OR "HEAVING" AT EASTER.
    • EASTER GAME OF THE RING.
    • PLAYING "OLD BALL."
    • ACTING WITH "BALL."
    • EASTER CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
    • MAY-DAY CUSTOMS.
    • MAY SONGS.
    • MAY-DAY EVE.
    • MAY-DAY CUSTOM.
    • PENDLETON AND PENDLEBURY MAY-POLE AND GAMES.
    • MAY CUSTOM IN SPOTLAND.
    • MAY-DAY CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
    • THE MAY-POLE OF LOSTOCK.
    • ROBIN HOOD AND MAY-GAMES AT BURNLEY, IN 1579.
    • MAY-DAY IN MANCHESTER.
    • QUEEN OF THE MAY, &c.
    • WHITSUNTIDE.
    • WHIT-TUESDAY.—KING AND QUEEN AT DOWNHAM.
    • ROGATIONS OR GANG DAYS.
    • OATMEAL CHARITY AT INCE.
    • NAMES FOR MOONS IN AUTUMN.
    • "GOOSE-INTENTOS."
    • ALL SOULS' DAY.—NOV. 2.
    • GUNPOWDER PLOT AND GUY FAWKES.
    • CHRISTMAS.
    • CREATURES WORSHIPPING ON CHRISTMAS EVE.
    • CHRISTMAS MUMMING.
    • THE HOBBY HORSE, OR OLD BALL.
    • CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
    • CELEBRATION OF CHRISTMAS AT WYCOLLER HALL.
    • CAROLS, &c.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • EATING AND DRINKING CUSTOMS.
      • THE HAVERCAKE LADS.
      • WOODEN SHOES AND OATEN BREAD OR JANNOCKS.
      • PORK PASTIES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HAVERCAKE LADS.
    • WOODEN SHOES AND OATEN BREAD OR JANNOCKS.
    • PORK PASTIES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BIRTH AND BAPTISMAL CUSTOMS.
      • PRESENTS TO WOMEN IN CHILDBED.
      • TEA-DRINKING AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
      • TURNING THE BED AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
      • AN UNBAPTIZED CHILD CANNOT DIE.
      • GIFTS TO INFANTS.
      • CHANGELINGS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • PRESENTS TO WOMEN IN CHILDBED.
    • TEA-DRINKING AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
    • TURNING THE BED AFTER CHILDBIRTH.
    • AN UNBAPTIZED CHILD CANNOT DIE.
    • GIFTS TO INFANTS.
    • CHANGELINGS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • BETROTHING AND BRIDAL OR WEDDING CUSTOMS.
      • BETROTHING CUSTOMS.
      • CURIOUS WEDDING CUSTOM.
      • COURTING AND WEDDING CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
      • ANCIENT BRIDAL CUSTOM.—THE BRIDE'S CHAIR AND THE FAIRY HOLE.
      • BURNLEY.
      • MARRIAGES AT MANCHESTER PARISH CHURCH.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • BETROTHING CUSTOMS.
    • CURIOUS WEDDING CUSTOM.
    • COURTING AND WEDDING CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
    • ANCIENT BRIDAL CUSTOM.—THE BRIDE'S CHAIR AND THE FAIRY HOLE.
    • BURNLEY.
    • MARRIAGES AT MANCHESTER PARISH CHURCH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DYING, DEATH-BED, AND FUNERAL CUSTOMS.
      • DYING HARDLY.
      • BURYING IN WOOLLEN.
      • FUNERAL DOLE AND ARVAL CAKE.
      • DALTON-IN-FURNESS.
      • OLD FUNERAL CUSTOMS AT WARTON.
      • FUNERAL CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
      • MODE OF BURIAL OF A WIDOW WHO HAD TAKEN RELIGIOUS VOWS.
      • FUNERAL CUSTOMS IN EAST LANCASHIRE.
      • BIDDING TO FUNERALS.
      • SITUATION AND DIRECTION OF GRAVES.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • DYING HARDLY.
    • BURYING IN WOOLLEN.
    • FUNERAL DOLE AND ARVAL CAKE.
    • DALTON-IN-FURNESS.
    • OLD FUNERAL CUSTOMS AT WARTON.
    • FUNERAL CUSTOMS IN THE FYLDE.
    • MODE OF BURIAL OF A WIDOW WHO HAD TAKEN RELIGIOUS VOWS.
    • FUNERAL CUSTOMS IN EAST LANCASHIRE.
    • BIDDING TO FUNERALS.
    • SITUATION AND DIRECTION OF GRAVES.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CUSTOMS OF MANORS.
      • THE HONOUR OF KNIGHTHOOD.
      • MARITAGIUM.
      • PECULIAR SERVICES AND TENURES.
      • MANOR OF COCKERHAM.—REGULATIONS FOR THE SALE OF ALE.
      • MANORIAL CUSTOMS IN FURNESS.
      • THE LORD'S YULE FEAST AT ASHTON.
      • RIDING THE BLACK LAD AT ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE.
      • BOON SHEARING.
      • THE PRINCIPAL OR HERIOT.
      • DENTON RENT-BOONS.
      • A SAXON CONSTABLEWICK.
      • TALLIAGE OR TALLAGE.
      • ROCHDALE TITHE, EASTER-DUES, MORTUARIES, ETC.
        • An EXTRACT out of the Parliament Survey, Taken the 10th of January 1620.
      • An EXTRACT out of the Parliament Survey, Taken the 10th of January 1620.
      • FARM AND AGRICULTURAL CELEBRATIONS IN THE FYLDE.
      • DALTON-IN-FURNESS.
      • LETTING SHEEP FARMS IN BOWLAND.
      • MEDIÆVAL LATIN LAW TERMS.
      • CUSTOMS [DUES] AT WARRINGTON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HONOUR OF KNIGHTHOOD.
    • MARITAGIUM.
    • PECULIAR SERVICES AND TENURES.
    • MANOR OF COCKERHAM.—REGULATIONS FOR THE SALE OF ALE.
    • MANORIAL CUSTOMS IN FURNESS.
    • THE LORD'S YULE FEAST AT ASHTON.
    • RIDING THE BLACK LAD AT ASHTON-UNDER-LYNE.
    • BOON SHEARING.
    • THE PRINCIPAL OR HERIOT.
    • DENTON RENT-BOONS.
    • A SAXON CONSTABLEWICK.
    • TALLIAGE OR TALLAGE.
    • ROCHDALE TITHE, EASTER-DUES, MORTUARIES, ETC.
      • An EXTRACT out of the Parliament Survey, Taken the 10th of January 1620.
    • An EXTRACT out of the Parliament Survey, Taken the 10th of January 1620.
    • FARM AND AGRICULTURAL CELEBRATIONS IN THE FYLDE.
    • DALTON-IN-FURNESS.
    • LETTING SHEEP FARMS IN BOWLAND.
    • MEDIÆVAL LATIN LAW TERMS.
    • CUSTOMS [DUES] AT WARRINGTON.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • INDEX.
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