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" It is believed to be good for many disorders, but particularly for a diarrhoea, for which it is considered a sovereign remedy. Some years ago, a cottager lamented that her poor neighbour must certainly die of this complaint, because she had already given... "
Annual report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the secretary of the ... - Page 544
by Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology - 1892
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand - 1849
...above, and concludes : " We only retain the name and form of the Boun ; the sacred uses are no more." lamented that her poor neighbour must certainly die...that it was a good thing, and that she always made it.] A writer in the Gentleman's Magazine, for July, 1783, p. 578, speaking of Cross Buns, Saffron...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 1

John Brand - Holidays - 1853
..."We only retain the name and form of the Boun ; the sacred uses are no more." [In several counties a small loaf of bread is annually baked on the morning...that it was a good thing, and that she always made it.] A writer in the Gentleman's Magazine, for July, 1783, p. 578, speaking of Cross Buns, Saffron...
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The Norfolk Garland: A Collection of the Superstitious Beliefs and Practices ...

John Glyde (jr.), John Glyde - Folklore - 1872 - 405 pages
...years ago (1830) a cottager lamented to me that her poor neighbour must certainly die of diarrhoea, for she had already given her two doses of Good Friday bread without any benefit. The patient, however, recovered." This belief in the virtues of Good Friday bread as a sovereign remedy...
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Ethnological Results of the Point Barrow Expedition

John Murdoch - Barrow, Cape - 1892 - 439 pages
...HOT CROSS BUNS OF GOOD FRIDAY. The belief prevailed that these would not mold like ordinary bread/'1 "In several counties [in England] a small loaf of...that it was a good thing and that she always made it. Brand quotes a writer in the Gentleman's Magazine who shows that they were "formerly, at least,...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 1

John Brand, Henry Ellis - Folklore - 1895
...panada. It is believed to be good for many disorders, but particularly for a diarrhoea, for which it ui considered a sovereign remedy. Some years ago, a cottager...that it was a good thing, and that she always made it.] A writer in the Gentleman's Magazine, for July, 1783, p. 578, speaking of Cross Buns, Saffron...
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Curiosities of Popular Customs and of Rites, Ceremonies, Observances, and ...

Manners and customs - 1897 - 1018 pages
...water and forming a sort of panada. It is believed to be good for many disorders, but particularly for diarrhoea, for which it is considered a sovereign...remedy. Some years ago a cottager lamented that her poor neighbor must certainly die of this complaint, because she had already given her two doses of Good...
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British Popular Customs, Present and Past: Illustrating the Social and ...

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - Folklore - 1900 - 520 pages
...of panada. It is believed to bo good for many disorders, but particularly for diarrhoea, for wbich it is considered a sovereign remedy. Some years ago,...two doses of Good Friday bread without any benefit. Brand, Pop. Antiq. 1849, vol. ip 155 ; see N. & Q. 3rd S. vol. iii. pp. 262, 263 ; see also p....
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