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1 90 Bibliography.

Kettner (E.). Die osterreichische Nibelungendichtung. Unter- suchungen iiber die Verfasser des Nibelungenliedes. Berlin : Weidmann, iv., 307 pp. KoHLER (J.). Zur Urgeschichte der Ehe. Totemismus, Grup-

penehe, Mutterrecht. Stuttgart: F. Enke. 8vo. 167 pp. Mannhart (W.). Zauberglaube und Geheimwissen im Spiegel

der Jahrhunderte. Leipzig : Borsdorf.

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Pearson (Karl). The Chances of Death and other Studies in

Evolution. 2 vols. 8vo. Ed. Arnold. [Vol. ii. contains

the following articles, to which the attention of folk-

lorists, especially of students of Germanic folklore, is called.

A notice of them will appear in a forthcoming number of

Folk- Lore : — Woman as Witch; Evidences of Mother-Right

in the Customs of Mediaeval Witchcraft. Ashiepattle :

or Hans seeks his Luck. Kindred Group Marriage: (i)

Mother-Age Civilisation, (2) General Words for Sex and

Kinship, (3) Special Words for Sex and Kinship. The

German Passion Play : a Study in the Evolution of

Western Christianity. Appendix: (i) The Maikhn and

Kiltgang, (2) English i6th Century Church Plays, (3) On

the Sex Significance of "Tilth," (4) On Gericht and

Genossenschaft. ]

PiscHEL (R.). und K, F. Geldner. Vedische Studien. Vol. ii.

Stuttgart : Kohlhammer. 334 pp. Pitre (G.). Biblioteca delle Tradizioni Popolari Siciliane. Vol. XX. Indovinelli, Dubbi, Scioglilingua del Popolo Siciliano. Torino : Clausen. f.Svo. ccix., 469 pp. RoLLAND (E.). Flore Populaire, ou Histoire Naturelle des Plantes dans leurs Rapports avec la Linguistique et la Folklore. Tome i. Paris: Rolland. 1896. 8vo. iii., 272 pp. ScHMELTZ (J. D. E.). Ethnographische Musea in Midden- Europa. Verslag eener Studiereis 19 Mei— 31 Juli, 1895. Leiden: E. J. Brill. 1896. 4to. xi., 109 pp. [A very in- teresting report to the Minister of the Interior of a mission of inquiry into the arrangements of the ethnographical museums of England, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy.]