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The eve of All-Saint's Day is memorable in Scotland as a time when the fairies hold a grand anniversary, and when witches and evil beings are abroad on errands of mischief. This superstition, modified in various ways, finds a place, also, among the peasantry of other nations. In the United States, Halloween used to be observed by country maidens as a time for trying sweethearts, and gaining such an intelligible peep into futurity as would enable them to find out whether they would be married or not; and if that happy event was to crown their lives, who would be the men of their choice. And even at this time, "Hollow-Eve," as it is called, is not suffered to come and go without the effort of some loving maidens to penetrate the mystery of their future. The modes of trying sweethearts, and the various love tests applied, are curious enough. Burning nuts, the love candles, eating an apple before the looking glass at midnight, the salt egg, and dropping melted lead through a key into a basin of water are a few of them, and all must be accompanied by particular ceremonies, or incantations, in order that they may have the desired power to lift the veil of futurity.