The insect known in some parts of England as the aquot; devila#39;s coach- horse, aquot; in others as the aquot;coffin-cutter, aquot; and in Ireland and the highlands of Scotland ... It is said to have eaten the core of the apple thrown away by Eve, and to this day a strong smell of apples is perceived when it is crushed. ... and if so fortunate as to kill it on a Friday, the sins of the whole week are remitted. ... A black beetle, however, raised its tiny head and said, aquot; Yesterday, yesterday ; aquot; since when it has always beenanbsp;...
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