If a maid wishes to know whom she is to marry, if a man of wealth,

tradesman, or traveler, let her, on All-Hallow-e'en, take a walnut,

hazelnut, and nutmeg; grate and mix them with butter and sugar into

pills, and take when she goes to bed; and then, if her fortune be to

marry a rich man, her sleep will be filled with gold dreams; if a

tradesman, she will dream of odd noises and tumults; if a traveler,

there will be thunder and lightning to disturb her.

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