The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
& Ireland In Dictionary Form - Volume 2

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MEMOIR ON THE STUDY OF
Hats in Holes. Keppy Ball. Monday, Tuesday. Pat-Ball. Pize Ball.
Pots.
Stones.
Teesty-Tosty.
Trip-Trout.
Tut-ball.
Camp. Football.
BALL, FOOT.
Hood.
BALL GAMES.
(With bats and sticks played by rival parties.)
Bad.
Baddin.
Bandy-ball.
Bandy-cad.
Bandy-hoshoe.
Bandy-wicket.
Bittle-battle.
Buzz and Bandy.
Cat and Dog.
Cat and Dog Hole.
Catchers.
Cat i' the Hole.
Chinnup.
Chow.
Church and Mice.
Codlings.
Common.
Crab-sowl.
Crooky.
Cuck-ball.
Cudgel.
Dab-an-Thricker.
Doddart.
Hawkey.
Hockey.
Hornie Holes.
Hummie.
Hurling.
Jowls.
Kibel and Nerspel.
Kirk the Gussie.
Kit-Cat.
Lobber.
Munshets.
Nur and Spel.
Peg and Stick.
Rounders.
Scrush.
Shinney.
Sow-in-the-Kirk.
Stones.
Stool-ball.
Tip-cat.
Trap-bat and ball.
Tribet.
Trippet and coit
Troap.
Trounce hole.
Trunket.
Waggles.
GAMES OF SKILL AND CHANCE.
AimThrowing sticks or stones to hit particular object. All in the Well. Cockly Jock. Cogs. Doagan. Duck at the Table.
Duckstone.
Loggats.
Mag.
Nacks.
Paip.
Pay Swad.
Peg-fiched.







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