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"After tobacco came into use the children carried pipes in their satchels with their books, which their mothers took care to fill, that it might serve instead of breakfast. At the accustomed hour everyone laid aside his book and lit his pipe, the master smoking with them, and teaching them how to hold their pipes, and draw in the tobacco.
At this era people even went to bed with their pipes in their mouths, and got up in the night to light them."
~From Country Folk-lore #1 Gloucestershire, Edited by Edwin Sidney Hartland F.S.A, 1892