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B. M. BodL Borthwick Brand, Antiquities BuH. Burton, Anatomy Calvin, Institutes
C. B. C.S.P.D. Cooper, Mystery C. U.L. D. N.B. D.R. Additional T. Ady, A Candle in
133; Aubrey, Gentilisme, p. 107; R. H. Tawney, The Agrarian Problem in the
Sixteenth Century (1912), p. 148, n. 1; Gough, op. cit, p. 49; Bacon, Works, vi, p.
391. For superstitions about enclosers see W. H. Hosford, 'An eyewitness's
account of ...
1 Aubrey, Gentilisme, pp. 22, 24, 26, 33, 34, 36, 41, 43, 59, 81, 103, 120, 138,
171, 202, 205 n. * M. J. Naylor, The Inantity [sic] and Mischief of Vulgar
Superstitions (Cambridge, 1795). p. iv. 3 E. Peacock in Notes & Queries, 2nd ser.,
i (1856), p.
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