The Hymns and Carols of Christmas

Brand's Popular Antiquities Of Great Britain

W. [William] Carew Hazlitt, Faith and Folklore: A Dictionary of National Beliefs, Superstitions and Popular Customs, Past and Current, With Their Classical and Foreign Analogues, Described and Illustrated.

Forming A New Edition of "The Popular Antiquities of Great Britain" By Brand and Ellis, Largely Extended, Corrected, Brought Down To The Present Time, and Now First Alphabetically Arranged.

In Two Volumes

London: Reeves and Turner, 1905.


Apple Howling / Firing At The Apple Trees

Ashton Fagot

Boar's Head

Boy Bishop / St. Nicholas' Clerks

Candlemas Day (February 2)

Childermass (Holy Innocent's Day, December 28)

The Christmas Box

The Christmas Candle

Christmas Carols / Christmas Song

Christmas Eve / Christmas Day

Christmas Decorations At Christmas

Christmas Fool

Christmas Holidays

Christmas Mummers

 Christmas Pie

Christmas Pudding

Christmas Prince / Lord Of Misrule

Christmas Tree

Gilt Nutmeg

Glastonbury Thorn


Handsel Monday

Hobby Horse

Holly-Boy And Ivy-Girl

Irish Christmas Usage


Lamb's Wool


Mince Pies


Morris Dance


New Year

New Year's Eve and Day

New Year's Gifts

New Year's Water

Nog Money
A Scottish New Year's Eve Custom

Plough Monday

Plum Porridge

The Religious Use of the Bean (Epiphany, January 6)

St. John The Evangelist

St. Nicholas' Clerks

St. Nicholass's Eve / St. Nicholas's Day (December 6)

St. Stephen's Day

Sword Dance

Three Kings Of Cologne

Twelfth Day (Epiphany, January 6)


Wassail (also Wassail Candle and Wassailing)

Yule (and Yule Gifts or Julklaps)

Yule Dough

Yule Log or Clog

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