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Index.

Bridle rattling, a portent of bad news,

203 Brittany and the Bretons, folklore of,

98, 160, 175, 238, 348, 365 Brize Norton, Whit-hunt, 311,

morris-dances of, 317 Broken limbs, cure for, 16 Bronze vessel or brazen crock. Ares

imprisoned in, 349, or various

alternatives, 350, and analogues,

353 Brown paper and vinegar, cure for

scarlatina, 390 Browning, Robert, and the ' princess

oversea ' theme, 306 Buddha, {see the Jataka) 366 Buddhaghosha, his commentary on

the Galha, 259 Buddhism 369,

Buddhist rite, use of thread in, 343 Buffalo-dance, of the Mandan Indians,

Bulgaria, folklore of, 352

Bull, the, of Anteuil, 364

Burford, (Oxon) hunting rights of 310, how maintained, 312

Burial {see Death and Funeral cus- toms) of the Dead Horse at sea, 281

Burial superstition. A, in county Cork, by Kate Lawless Pyne, 180

Burne, (Miss C. S.) referred to and cited, 70, 340, 347, More Stafford- shire Superstitions, 91

Burning dead men's bedding, 206

Burton, (Sir Richard F. ,) {see also Arabian Nights), on Dahomeyan evocatio deortan, 335, on the Bo Idol, 352, on Dahomeyan worship, 353

Butter, clarified, and ghi, 328, 329, 357

Buttermilk, cure for ringworm, 390

Byzantine history, in existing Greek folklore, 274

Cabbage used medicinally, 389 Cabsow, ball game at Cleethorpes,

73

' Cagmag,' suggested derivation for,

160

Cagots, the, in relation to the rope- makers of Brittany, 160

Cairns, emit flames, 253

Cakes, of Italian witches, 7, of Oxfordshire seasonal festivals 309, 312, 316, crown-cakes, 313, 314, Tainswick ' B(5w-wow ' cakes, 391

Cambridgeshire folklore, 184

Camorra. the, I, 4

Camors, folklore of, 348

Camp-fire, its sacredness, 54

Campbell, (J. M. )> f>n modern In- dian god -induction ritual, 329

Campbell, (J. G. ) tale of Mac Iain Direach, 305

Canada, Ethnographical Survey Com- mittee appointed, 23

Canobus, worshipped in Egypt as a

j'ir. 353 Cars of idols, 337

Carn Bhan, ghostlyilights at, 253, 254 Carrying images in procession, under- lying idea, 337 Cart, invisible, its rumble a funeral

portent, 203 Caste, Indian, in literature, 161 Cats, black, witches as, 3, blood of

as cure, 387, Irish view of, 387 Cavan, medicinal folklore of, 389 Celtic agricultural sacrifice, 44, 47, 367, fairies, agricultural in char- acter, 47, god, Nuad, 341, custom of fighting the waves, 339, litera- ture, its study urged, 369, myth uninfluenced by Roman, 51, its own influence on English folklore

S3 Celtic Doctrine, The, of Re-birth, by

Alfred Nutt, reviewed, 365 Ceylon, devil-dances in, 8, procession

of the spear in, 337 Chained images, 263, 338, 341, 342,

343. 350, 351 Chances, The, of Death, and other

Studies in Evolution, by Prof.

Karl Pearson, reviewed, 370 Chand Jatra, festival of Jagganath,

333

Change (money) refused by witches, 6

Changelings, 33, in relation to sacri- fice, 47

Chant of the • dead horse,' with music, 282

Charlbury, WTiit-hunt, 311

Charm for the Evil Eye, by Mary H. Del)enham, 92

Charms {see Cakes, Mantras, and Spells) African, 131, Breton, 98, against croup, 390, defined, 65, cxhibhed, i, 18, 98, 131, 194, 195, described, 88-90, Italian, 1-9, 377, Siamese, 18, 88-90

Charms from Siam, (///.) by M- C. Ffcnnell, 88