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Index.

Loth, M., on Zinimer, 384-85 Loving like salt incident, 279

Maclean, Hector, death of, 365

Magic Fiddle, story of, among Santals,

95. Magic watch in Sz^kely folk-tale, 331 ;

flight in same, 334 ; bridge, 336 Map of folk-tales, 82 Magic, old Icelandic, 224-27 ; West

Indian and Southern Indian, 208-18 Magic Songs of the Finns, by Hon. J.

Abercromby, 27-49 Marcros, sacred well near, 56 Marriage-mask from Ireland, 2, 119,

124 Marriage and common residence, 21, 22 May-Day in Cheltenham, by W. H. D.

Rouse, 50-54; at Watford, 403 May-bride, the, and the False Bride

folk-tale, 145 May-poles in Germany, 54 Measurement of survival, 4 Melanesian Folk-tales, 509-12 Mice, king of, in Szt^kely folk-tale, 338 Minister as first-foot, 319 Miraculous Birth, legends about, 87 Miraculous cure, 297 Moon, drmking the, 124 Monaciello of Naples, 401 Money not paid on Handsel Monday,

358 Monseur, M. Eug. , on pin-trees, 463 Morgan, name of, 69 Mother-right, survivals of, 23 Mourie, sanctuary of, at Loch Maree,

453"S4> 498-508 Mouse-nibbling, letter by W. H. D.

Rouse, 156 Musters, Mrs. Ch. , on Plough Monday

observance, 166-67 Mynydd Mawr, tradition of the origin of

the well, 64 Myth, Celtic, A. Nutt on, 365-87 Myth, historical value of, 88

Naxos, superstitions from, 257

Neck- feast, 123

Negro legends of Carolina, 97

Nennius, Prof Zimmer on, 380 et seg.

Neptune in Cow-Mass procession, 307

New Grange, tumuli at, 369

New Machar, first-footing in, 316, 318

New Year's Day in Scotland, 312

New Year's Day, loaves distributed on, 122

Newell, views on Cinderella and folk- tale development criticised, 434-50

Nilgiri Hills, prehistoric remains in, and superstitions of, 213 ct stq.

Nine articles of clothing thrown on women after childbirth, 358

North Indian Notes &^ Q7ieries, folk- lore items from, 397, 536

Nostrums for conception, 285, 520-21

Nut-burning as anti-spell, 362 Nutt, A., on Celtic Myth and Saga, 365-87; on Cinderella in Britain, 133- 41 ; criticism of Mr. Newell and Mr. Jacobs, 434-50 ; sketch of European history from folk-lore standpoint, 442- 46

Oath not taken of pregnant women,

357 Oaths, efficacy of, in Irish legend, 379 Obeah-worship in East and West Indies,

207-18 Offa stories, 136-37

O'Grady, S. H., Silva Gadelica re- viewed, 371-80 ; views on Irish saints legends, 379 Opposition, principle of, 22 Orange, Bull of, igo-94, 325 Ordeal by fire in Balochi folk-tale, 291 Ordish, T. F. , on English Folk-drama,

149-75 Origins, Finnish magic songs about, 27-

49 Ossian, animal parentage of, 377

Pace-egg or Easter-play, 153-56 Papers read at Evening Meetings, 1891-

92, 116, 119-21, 253-55, 532 Para9uraraa, story of, parallel to Irish

story of Tuirbe, 488-89 Paton, W. R. , on Naxian superstitions,

257 Peacock, E. , on the Cow-Mass, 303-8 Peacock, Miss M. , on Glass Mountain,

322-27 Pembrokeshire, harvest custom in, 123 Peredur and Sigurd, 386 Pied Piper in England, 447-8 Pin-offering for marriage, 455 Pin- Wells and Rag-Bushes, Mr. Hart- land on, 451-70 Plough-Monday play, 164-75 Polyphemus in England, 448 Powell, F. York, review of work by

Sander, 388 Pregnancy amulets, 467 Priest as first-foot, 319 Priesthood of wells, 74 Prince promised to demon, 285 Prince Goatherd and Naina Bai, Balochi

tale, 285 Principles of folk-lore, 3 Proceedings at Evening Meetings, 119-

21. 253-55, 532 Procession at Dunkirk, 306 Programme of Session of F.-L. Society

for 1893-4, 394 Publications of Folk-lore Society, 118 Puhkis, Lettish legends about, 93

Rags tied on trees, 55, 451 et seg. Rathen, funeral-custom at, 320 Rationalisation of legend, 65 Red-haired first-foot unlucky, 363