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" In the morning, as soon as they are up, they come ;o search out the stones, and if any one of them is found wanting, they have a notion that the person who threw it in will die before he sees another All Saints Eve. "
Three Essays on the Subjects Propsed by the Cambrian Society in Dyfed which ... - Página 85
1825 - 112 páginas
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The British Magazine, Volumen7

1835
...Saints' eve of making a great fire, called eoet-certh, when every family about an hour in the night make a great bonfire in the most conspicuous place near the house, and when the fire is almost quite extinguished every one throweth a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it. In the...
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The British Magazine and Monthly Register of Religious and ..., Volumen7

1835
...Saints' eve of making a great fire, called coet-certh, when every family about an hour in the night make a great bonfire in the most conspicuous place near the house, and when the fire is almost quite extinguished every one throweth a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it. In the...
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The Celtic magazine, conducted by A. Mackenzie and A. MacGregor, Volumen9

Alexander Mackenzie - 1884
...somewhat similar custom is recorded by Pennant as existing in North Wales, where every family made a great bonfire in the most conspicuous place near the house, and when the fire was extinguished, every one threw a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it. If next morning...
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The Celtic Magazine, Volumen9

Alexander Mackenzie, Alexander Macgregor, Alexander Macbain - 1884
...somewhat similar custom is recorded by Pennant as existing in North Wales, where every family made a great bonfire in the most conspicuous place near the house, and when the fire was extinguished, every one threw a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it. If next morning...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

1885
...Saints' Eve of making a great fire, called Coelcerth, when every family, about an hour in the night, make a great bonfire in the most conspicuous place near the house : and when the fire is about quite extinguished, every one throweth a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it,...
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Celtic Mythology and Religion

Alexander Macbain - 1885 - 109 páginas
...somewhat similar custom is recorded by Pennant as existing in North Wales, where every family made a great bonfire in the most conspicuous place near the house, and when the fire was extinguished, every one threw a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it. If next morning...
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Observations on Popular Antiquities Chiefly Illustrating the Origin of Our ...

John Brand, Henry Ellis - 1900 - 807 páginas
...(according to Pennant's MS.) there is a custom upon All Saints Eve of making a great fire called Coel Certh, when every family about an hour in the night makes...having said their prayers turning round the fire, :hey go to bed. In the morning, as soon as they are up, they come ;o search out the stones, and if...
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Observations on Popular Antiquities Chiefly Illustrating the Origin of Our ...

John Brand - 1900 - 807 páginas
...(according to Pennant's MS.) there is a custom upon All Saints Eve of making a great fire called Coel Certh, when every family about an hour in the night makes...place near the house, and when the fire is almost ttinguished, every one throws a white stone into the ashes, having first marked it, then having said...
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