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BIBLIO GRA PHY.

1897, UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.

BOOKS AND PAMPHLETS.

BoRLASE (W. C.) The Dolmens of Ireland. Their Distribution, Structural Characteristics, and Affinities in Foreign Countries; together with the Folklore attaching to them. 3 vols, royal 8vo. Chapman & Hall, Limited.

Bower (H. M.). The Procession and Elevation of the Ceri at Gubbio. Folk-Lore Society. Svo. xi., 146 pp.

CowELL (E. B.). The Jataka, or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births. Translated from the Pali by various hands. Vol. HI. Translated by H. F. Francis and R. A. Neil. Svo. xx., 328 pp. Cambridge, University Press.

FoRLONG (J. G. R.). Short Studies in the Science of Comparative Religions, embracing all the Religions of Asia. Royal Svo. Quaritch.

Lang (A.) Modern Mythology. Svo. xxiv., 212 pp. Long- mans.

Matthews, W. Navaho Legends. Collected and translated, with introduction, notes, illustrations, texts, interlinear trans- lations, and melodies, viii., 299 pp. BostonĀ : Houghton, Mifflin, & Co. [Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society, vol. v.]

WiNDLE (B. C. A.) Life in Early Britain. Being an Account of the Early Inhabitants of this Island and the Memorials which they have left behind them. Fcap. Svo. xv., 244 pp. D. Nutt.