TRANSACTIONS OF THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY.
Vol. XVII.] MARCH, 1906. [No. I.
WEDNESDAY, 15tli NOVEMBER, 1905.
Mr. M. Longworth Dames in the Chair.
The minutes of the last Meeting were read and confirmed.
The election of the Hon. Mrs. Alfred Lyttelton, Sir John P. Rodger, K.C.M.G., and Miss K. Raleigh as members of the Society, and the enrolment of the General Theological Seminary of New York, the Yale University of Newhaven, Connecticut, and the Kensington Public Library as Subscribers, were announced.
The death of the Rev. Dr. Bailey, and the resignations of Mrs. Scholten, Miss Carey, Sir James Bell, Mr. G. Barham, Mr. W. Ford, and the Rennes University Library were also announced.
Mr. J. Smeaton Chase exhibited and explained a number of photographs illustrating the Folklore of the Indian tribes of South-West North America, with special reference to the Snake and Flute dances of the Moqui Indians, [cf. p. 72].
Mr. A. Bernard Cook read a paper entitled " The King of the Wood on Celtic Soil," [p. 27] and in the discussion
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