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Index.

405

Revue des Traditions Populaires,

336, 348 Risley, H. H., Tribes and Castes

of Bengal, 343 Roth, H. Ling, Natives of

Sarawak, 332 Reed, E. J., Japan, its History,

Traditions and Religions, 342 Samuel, 1st Book, 341, 344, 2nd

Book, 344 Sayce, Prof. A. H., Babylonian

Religion, (Ilibbert Lectures,)

341 Scholiast, to the Iliad, 349, 350 Schrader, Prehistoric Antiquities,

350 Schmitz, Dr. L., in Smith's Dic- tionary of Antiquities, 350,

353

Sebillot, P., Legendes de la Mer,

339, Revue des Traditions

Populaires, 336

Shakespeare, W., Tempest, 348

Smith, Dr. Robertson, Religion

of the Semites, 325, 331 Smith, Sir W., Dictionary of Antiquities, 350, article in, by Dr. L. Schmitz, 353 Southey, R., The Doctor, 348 Tacitus, History, 337 Tawney, C. H., trans, of Matsya

Purana, 327 Thucydides, 344 Tijdschrift voor Indische Taal-

land-en-Volkenkunde, 349 Turner, G., Samoa, 352, 355 Tylor, Dr. E. B., Anahuac, 345 ;

Primitive Culture, 339, 352 Vincent of Beauvais, 337 Wilkinson, Sir J. G., Ancient

Egyptians, 340, 344 William of Malmesbury, 336 Wisdom, the Book of, 340 Bird, folklore, Hornbill, 90, parrot, 105, partridge, 285, birds con, nected with Greek divinities, 264- fertilisation of, 375 Birth of Aphrodite, 264 Birth-customs, the couvade among

the Tibareni, 379 Birth-superstition in East London,

195, in Italy, 2, 9. Black cat, as death omen, 377, its

blood a cure for erysipelas, 387 Black Huntsman of Dartmoor, and

parallel tales, 196 Ellison Populaire ch Franche-Co?nte,

par Charles Beauquier, reviewed,

364

Blood, i^see Vermilion), in sacrifice, etc., 66, 262, 325, 349, of a witch shed to destroy he " power, 339, of black cat as a cure 387

Blount T. , quoted on the Kidlington Lamb Feast, 315, 317

Blue Peter (Aconite), a cure for inflammation, etc., 388

Blue ribbon round neck a charm against croup, 390

Bo Image, 352

Boat, the sacred, of Egypt, 34O

"Bob and Joan," Oxfordshire morris- dancers' song, 318, words and air

323

Boggard (ghost), 377

Boghole-bathing for erysipelas, 390

Boils, cures for, 388, 389

Bombay, god-making ritual in, 329

Bones used in witchcraft, 4, 5, as charms, 89, 90, 187

Book, The. of Wonder Voyages, edited by Joseph Jacobs, reviewed, 266

Books presented to Folk-Lore So- ciety, 10, 98

Bosj, a Breton demon, 348

Bosnia, folklore of, 239

Bottled or pot-enclosed demons and gods, 347, 352, ghosts, 347

Boulder, sacred, at Kioto, bound, 342

Bouphonia, the, 262

Bowery the, of Witney, 312, of Kirtlington, 313. 3^5

Bowl and bucket emblems of Samoan god, 352

' Bow-wow cakes,' 391

Boys, during initiation, tabu of, 344

Brahma, 328

Brahmans or Brahmins, their pre- dominance in present day, 270, in relation to serpent worship, 284, consecrate idols, 329, their ritual 327, 328, its origin, 332, ritual of Soma-making, 352, use of chained god, 324

Braii7ischweiger Volkskiinde von Richard Andree, reviewed, 157

Brauronia, the, 155, 263

Brewster J. N., cited on Burford forest rights, 313

Brian, High King of Ireland, 365

Briar ashes for cuts, 389

Bride, Queen of the Holy Sepulchre 291, 292