by Sabine Baring Gould
London: Methuen, 1892. An interesting volume by this prolific--and fascinating--Victorian. Here Gould explores old superstitions and rituals, including some relating to architectural and fashion. Chapters include On Foundations, On Gables, Ovens, Beds, Striking a Light, Umbrellas, Dolls, Revivals, Broadside Ballads, Riddles, The Gallows, Holes, Raising the Hat. Bound in red cloth with handsome typography in gold. Spine dulled. Endpapers a bit browned.