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

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MEMOIR ON THE STUDY OF
Pence.
Chuck Farthing. Chuck Hole.
Pins.
Hattie.
Pinny-Show.
Pins.
Pop-the-Bonnet.
Push-pin.
Shuttlecock. Shuttlefeather.
Stones and Dice. Chance Bone. Checkstones. Chucks. Dalies. Dibbs.
Ducks and Drakes. Gobs.
Huckle-Bones. Jackysteauns.
Tops.
Chippings.
Gully.
Hoatie.
Hoges.
Peg-in-th'e-Ring.
Peg Top.
Scop-peril.
Scurran- Meggy.
Tops.
Totum.
Whigmeleerie.
With Fingers and String. Cat's-Cradle.
This leaves over a few games which do not come under either of these chief heads, and appear now to be only forms of pure amusement. These are :
Blow-point.
Bob Cherry.
Bummers.
Chinny-mumps.
Cuddy among the Powks.
Dish-a-loof.
Dust Point.
Handy Dandy.
Level Coil.
Lug and a Bite.
Lugs.
Magician.
Malaga Raisins.
Musical Chairs.
Neighbour, I torment thee.
Obadiah.
Penny Hop.
Pigeon Walk.
Pinny Show.
Pins.
Pirly Peaseweep.
Pon Cake.
Poor and Rich.
Prick at the Loop.
Robbing the Parson's Hen Roost.
Scat.
She Said, and She Said.
Stagging.
Sticky-stack.
Stroke Bias.
Sweer Tree.
Thing Done.
Troco.
Troule-in-Madame.
Truncher.
Turn Spit Jack.
Wiggle Waggle.
Wild Boar.
In order to show the importance of this classification, let me first refer to the games of skill. These are (i) where one individual plays with some articles belonging to himself against







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