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The game of hopscotch as played in Denmark. Folklore,
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Tommy on the Tub's grave. Folklore, vi. 194–195.

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On a tumulus at Old Parks, Kirkoswald, with some
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Picture Board dummies. Arch. Jour. lii. 1-24.

On a dumb bell at Knole. Arch. Jour. lii. 43-46.
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On the Chap-books in the Bibliotheca Jacksoniana in Tullie
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