Old English Customs Extant at the Present Time


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By Peter Hempson Ditchfield

January 24th, St. Paul’s Day, is a holiday with the miners of Cornwall, who call it Paul Pitcher Day®, from a custom they have of setting up water pitcher and pelting it with stones until it is broken, A new one is the bought, and carried to the ale-house to be filled with beer.

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