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- The following are some of the old customs which the Irish observed during Shrove Season.
I The bride and bridegroom should not go to the Chapel on the same road if possible but on a different way.
II It is supposed to be unlucky to go to Mass on the first Sunday after getting married.
III It is lucky for the bride to wear "old, new, borrowed, or blue.
IV The mother never goes to her first child's wedding.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Alice Griffin