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Newell's and Mr. Jacobs' views on, criticised, 434-50 ; Cinderella problem defined, 140 ; classification of English forms of, 274

Cinderella shoe incident in India, 536

Clouston, W. A., on drinking the moon, 124 ; on Mahabharata form of melted images superstition, 256; on smelling the head, 256-57

Codrington, R. W. , Melanesian folk- lore, 509-12

Coffey, J., views on the Brugh tumuli discussed, 370-71

" Colloquy of Ancients," Irish Ossianic saga, 378

Combat between Father and Son, legends about, 87

Comparetti, Prof. D. , on the Kakvala, 102-5

Congress Transactions, 81-9 ; Chicago, 345-48

Connaught, love-songs of, 386

Connemara, folk-lore in, 357

Continuity of custom, 10, 17

Convention in folk-literature, 440-41

County folk-lore, collection of, 25, 112- 14 ; list of counties taken up, 113

Couvade in Ireland, 357

Crowbridge, white horse at, 122

Cow Mass, by E. Peacock, 303-8

Cox, Miss Roalfe, Cinderella variants analysed by, 269

Craigie, W. A., on Oldest Icelandic folk-lore, 219-32

Crombie, J. E. , on First-footing in Aber- deenshire, 315-22

Cuchulainn Setanta, first name of, 71

Curiosity in folk-tale, 324

Cycle of ritual worship, 108

Daedala, myth of, compared with folk- tale of False Bride, 142-47 Dames, M. L. , on Balochi Tales, 285-

302, 518 f/ seq. Dark first-foot lucky, 309 Dead kindred, fear of, 16 Death, carrying out, 109 Death, old Icelandic beliefs concerning

life after, 221-2 Death-omen in ancient Iceland, 230-31 Death-tokens from Droitwich, 258 Degradation in folk-lore, 7, 436-42 Devil-siones, round, in South India,

216-17 Dinnshenchas, largely translated in Silva Gadelica, 377 ; 25 articles of, edited and translated by Whitley Stokes, 471-97 ; index to place-names cited in 497 Deluge myth, Andree upon, 92 Dreams in ancient Iceland, 229 Dris and his Forty Children, Balochi

folk-tale, 293 Drowned body, Norfolk belief concern- ing. 258

Duncan, L, L. , Folk-lore from Leitrim, 176-194 ; Folk-lore in Wills, 513-17

Dunkirk, Cow Mass at, 304

Dwarfs in the East, 401 ; in the West, 402

Earthly Paradise, work on, 93 Edinburgh, First-footing in, 309-14 Elian's Well, near Abergele, 57, 73 Ellis, Alexander, an Obeah man, 211-12 Erris, co. Mayo, marriage-custom in,

123 Erysipelas, folk-remedy for, 350 Ethnographic survey, 114 European fairy-tales, Indian origin of,

89, 449 External Soul, 91 Extraordinary comrades in Balochi

folk-tales, 301

Fairies, origin of, 352

Fairy-story, Irish, 352-54

Faithful John in Balochi folk-tale, 293

False Bride and myth of Dtedala, 142- 47 ; and Indo-European marriage- customs, 146-47 ; connection with May-bride rites, 145

Fear-Gorta = hungry man, in Leitrim, 183

Y inns. Magic Songs of, 27-49

Fire, godfather of, 33

Fire, origin of, Finnish songs about,

30-35

First-footing in Scotland, 309-114; in Aberdeenshire, 315-22

Flight from Egypt in Cow-Mass pro- cession, 307

Folk-drama, English, possible archaic origin of, 149-75

Folk-lore, local study of, 3

Folk-medicine in Ireland, 350-53

Folk-tale incidents, list of, 83, 92

Folk-tale map, 82

Folk-tale Research, report on, by E. S. Hartland, 80-101

Folk-tales, savage elements in, 270-71

Forty sons at a birth in Balochi folk- tale, 295

Fre; circuit of youth (droit du seigneur),

3 '4 Frost, origin of, Finnish magic songs about, 46-8

Gaidoz, M. H., on pin-offerings, 463

et seq. Garments as offerings at sacred wells,

58, 451-70 Gaster, Dr., remarks on Sz^kely tales,

328-29 Gaye, Miss P., on Sz^kely tales, i, 328-

44 Gefjun myth and the Plough-Monday

play, 163-65 Genius, the, Sz6kely folk-tale, 331-39 Geographical distribution of folk-lore, 2q