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" When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery. After remaining all night in the chapel bound with ropes, the bell was set upon their head... "
The Statistical Account of Scotland: Drawn Up from the Communications of the ... - Page 378
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The Miscellany of the Spalding Club, Issue 16

Scotland - 1846
...It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a gravestone in the church-yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the Saint's Pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery. After...
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Medii ævi kalendarium; or, Dates, charters, and customs of the ..., Volume 2

Robert Thomas Hampson - 1841
...It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a grave-stone in the chureh-yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of druidism and popery. After...
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Medii Ævi Kalendarium: Or, Dates, Charters, and Customs of the ..., Volume 2

Robert Thomas Hampson - Bahai calendar - 1841
...It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a grave-stone in the church-yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of druidism and popery. After...
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Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of mr. Bourne's ...

John Brand - 1842
...metal. It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a gravestone in the churchyard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in 158 159 which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery....
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British Monachism: Or, Manners and Customs of the Monks and Nuns ..., Volume 2

Thomas Dudley Fosbroke - Great Britain - 1843 - 451 pages
...It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a gravestone in the church-yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the Saint's Pool, it was necessary to • See before, pp. 62, 120. b Angl. Sacr. ii. (¡37. 603, seq. c Beckman (Invent, i,...
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Publications, Issue 16

Spalding Club, Aberdeen - Scotland - 1846
...It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a gravestone in the church-yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the Saint's Pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery. After...
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Hood's magazine and comic miscellany, Volume 5

Thomas Hood - 1846
...It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a grave-stone in the church-yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of druidism and popery. After...
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Archaeologia Cambrensis

Wales - 1848
...of some mixed metal. It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a grave stone in the church yard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery. After...
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Observations on the Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Chiefly ..., Volume 3

John Brand - Christian antiquities - 1849
...metal. It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a gravestone in the churchyard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery. After...
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The Archaeology and Prehistoric Annals of Scotland

Sir Daniel Wilson - Scotland - 1851 - 714 pages
...metal. It is about a foot high, and of an oblong form. It usually lay on a gravestone in the churchyard. When mad people were brought to be dipped in the saint's pool, it was necessary to perform certain ceremonies, in which there was a mixture of Druidism and Popery. After...
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