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There were two buccas— "Bucca Gwidden,' the white, or good spirit, 'Bucca Dhu,' the black, malevolent one. Although Cornish miners, or "tinners" as they are generally called, are a very intelligent, and since the days of Wesley a religious body of men, many of these old-world beliefs still linger. To this day it is considered unlucky to make the form of a cross on the sides of a mine, and when underground you may on no account whistle for fear of vexing the knockers and bringing ill-luck, but you may sing or even swear [5] without producing any bad effect. Down one mine-shaft a black goat is often seen to descend, but is never met below; in another mine a white rabbit forbodes an accident.

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These must be "Tributers" pronounced trib-ut-erswho work on 'trib-ut," when a percentage is paid on ores raised; in contradistinction to "Tut-workers," who are paid by the job. Last year,at St. Just, in Penrith, two men of Wheal Drea had their hats burnt one Monday morning, after the birth of their first children. Three hundred fathoms below the ground at Cook's Kitchen mine, near Camborne, swarms of flies may be heard buzzing, called by the men, for some unknown reason, "Mother Margarets. Swallows in olden times were thought to spend the winter in deep, old disused Cornish tin-works; also in the sheltered nooks of its cliffs and cairns.

It is the custom here to jump on seeing the first in spring. A water-wagtail, in Cornwall a "tinner," perching on a windowsill, is the sign of a visit from a stranger. Carew says—"The Cornish tynners hold a strong imagination, that in the withdrawing of Noah's floud to the sea the same took his course from east to west, violently brealdng vp, and forcibly carrying with it the earth, trees and rocks, which lay anything loosely neere the vpper face of the ground. To confirme the likelihood of which supposed truth, they doe many times digge vp whole and huge timbertrees, which they conceiue at that deluge to haue been ouerturned and whelmed. To an old tune they sing the words— "Here's to the devil, with his wooden spade and shovel, Digging tin by the bushel, with his tail cocked up," And on the signboard of a public-house in West Cornwall a few years ago and probably still might be read— "Come all good Cornish boys [6] walk in.

Here's brandy, rum, and shrub, and gin; You can't do less than drink success To copper, fish, and tin. It is an easy transition from mines to fish, the next staple industry of Cornwall, and to the superstitions of its fishermen and sailors. Fish is a word in West Cornwall applied more particularly to pilchards pelchurs. They frequent our coasts in the autumn. To eat them from head to tail is unlucky and would soon drive the fish from the shore. There are many other wise sayings about pilchards; but I will only give one more couplet, which declares that— "They are food, money, and light, All in one night.

Fishermen dread going near the spot where vessels have been wrecked, as the voices of the drowned often call to them there, especially before a storm. Sometimes their dead comrades call them by their names, and then they know for certain that they will soon die, and often when drowning the ghosts of their friends appear to them. They are seen by them sometimes taking the form of animals. Bottrell speaks of a farmer's wife who was warned of her son's death by the milk in the pans ranged round her dairy being agitated like the sea waves in a storm. There is a legend common to many districts of a wrecker who rushed into the sea and perished, after a voice had been heard to call thrice, "The hour is come, but not the man.

But ships haunted with seamen's ghosts are rarely lost, as the spirits give the sailors warning of storms and other dangers. In a churchyard near the Land's End is the grave of a drowned captain, covered by a flat tombstone; proceeding from it formerly the sound of a ghostly bell was often heard to strike four and eight bells. The tale goes that when his vessel struck on some rocks close to the shore, the captain saw all his men safely off in their boat, but refused himself to leave the ship, and went down in her exactly at midnight, as he was striking the time.

His body was recovered, and given decent burial, but his poor soul had no rest. It is said that an unbelieving sailor once went out of curiosity to try if he could hear this bell; he did, and soon after sailed on a voyage from which he never returned. Spectre ships are seen before wrecks; they are generally shrouded in mist; but the crew of one was said to consist of two men, a woman, and a dog. These ships vanish at some well-known point. Jack Harry's lights, too, herald a storm; they are so called from the man who first saw them.

These appear on a phantom vessel resembling the one that will be lost. The apparition of a lady carrying a lanthorn always on one part of the Cornish coast foretells a storm and shipwrecks. She is supposed to be searching for her child, who was drowned, whilst she was saved, because she was afraid to trust it out of her arms. They, however, kindly take idiot children under their protection.

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Bartholomew's Day, he being the patron saint of bees. Of course all the principal events happening in the families to whom they belonged, in this as in other counties, were formerly whispered to them, that the bees might not think themselves neglected, and leave the place in anger. At a recent meeting of the Penzance Natural History and Antiquarian Society a gentleman mentioned that when a boy he had seen thirty hives belonging to Mr. Joshua Fox, of Tregedna, tied up in crape an universal practice because of a death in the Fox family. Another at the same time said that when, some years since, the land-lady of the First and Last Inn, at the Land's End, died, the bird-cages and flower-pots were also tied with crape, to prevent the birds and plants from dying.

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