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Index.

411

Fast-days in the Hebrides, 381 Fastern's-e'en, see Shrove Tuesday Fates, the, in modern Greek folklore,

275

Father of maiden in folktales, 301,

303

Fermanagh, cures from, 387, 388

Fertility, and water, 264

Fertilisation of birds, 375

Fetish, defined, 65, and its origin, 139, instances of its working, 133, 134, I35.> .136, 147, 1485 its uses, 148, divisions for, suggested, 149, influence of foreign ideas upon, 150, risk of unduly pressing ana- logues, 150, difficulties in the study of, 1 49-1 51, how evoked from images, in Dahome, 335

Fetish View, The, of the Human Soul, by Mary H. Kingsley, 138

Ffennell, (M. C. ), Charms from Siam, (ill.) 88, Shears and Mangala Stand, 90

Fiddler, the, of the Whitsun festivals in Oxfordshire, 309

Field Assarts, morris-dances of, 317, and songs, 318

Fights in Wychwood forest on Whit- hunt Day, 312

Fig-tree sacred, (India) a prison for a god, 332, 348

Figures of morris-dances, 318

Fingalkn, a kind of Sphinx, 305

Finn cycle of tales, its locale, 365

Finnish magical sleep, 305

Finstock, Whit-hunt, 311, morris- dancing, 317

Fiote, Death and Burial of the, by R. E. Dennett, 132

Fire, chariots of, 235, eternal, cult of, 262, Irish folklore of, 14, sacred, 54, 329, in relation to Gaelic Death-ceremonies, 206, in relation to witchcraft, 220, to the Jinns, 221, seen or dreamed of, a portent of mischief (^see Ghost Lights), 219, 245, decoy fires, see Jinns, and Will-o'-the-Wisp.

Firstborn, lucky if a girl, unlucky if a boy, 195

Fish, and fishermen, folklore, Irish, 14, 16, 17, Welsh, 281, incident in Orendel, 292

Fjolsvinnsmal, Icelandic poem, 302

Flies in connection with Scawby feast,

365 ' ' Folk and Hero tales from Argyll-

shire," (J. MacDougall,) cited,

297

Folklore Firstfruits firom Lesbos, some

errata in, by W. H. D. Rouse, 176

Folklore from the Hebrides, by

Malcolm MacPhail, 380 Folklore parallels and coincidences,

by M. J. Walhouse, 196 Folklore, importance of studying, for governing Africa, 138, in relation to government, 268 Folk-medicine in County Cork, by

Kate Lawless Pyne, 179 Folk-medicine in Ohio, by Mrs. G.

A. Stanberry, 185 Folktale themes :

Bewitched Prince, 306 Blessing of dead mother, 302 Cloggy water, 291, 294, 297, 300 Coat of darkness, 298 Deliverance of oppressed lady,

299, 300

Frozen sea, version of Hindrance

theme, 297 Gifts, the three, 298, 302 Guardians of abode of the

quested object, 303 Halving of gains, 296 Helpers, 292, 294, 297, 298, 300,

303. 305. 306

Hindrances, 297, 300

Holy coat of Treves, 289

Imprisonment of spirits in trees • etc., 348

King's son seeking fairest prin- cess on earth, 289, 296, or winning princess unknown to him, 298

Magic drinking-horn, horse, purse, ship and table-cloth, 302

Oversea Princess, (^see King's son), 306

Quest-theme variants ; for prin- cess, and her winning by adventurer, 293, 298, 299,

300, in relation to other themes, 301, 302, for valuable things crowned by securing princess, 298, 299, shape- shifting, 305

Snow-white, blood-red, 299 Step-mother or other enemy, malignant commission from,

299, 303 Test of hero by tasks, battles etc,

292, 303> 305