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Index.

Three Witch Waves, exlcnl and un- derlying idea of superstition, 339

Threshold Covenant, The, or the Beg77ininf^ of Relis;iot(s rites, by Dr. IT. Clay Turnbull, reviewed,

54

Thrush, (Aptha) Irish cure for, 180, American, 186

Thunder and lightning, the gods threatened for sending, 339, and rain, a god of, imprisoned, 349

Time in fairyland, 48

Tinos, folktale from, 276

Tipperarv, medicinal folklore of, 386, 387,388

Tochmarc Emer, see W^ooing of Emer

Tommy on the Tub, slang for police- man, 176

Tonic medicine, a, 388

Tooth-cutting-pains, a cure for, 388

Tortoise, the, connected with Aphro- dite, 264

Totems and totemism. 156, 169, 263, 264, 325- 349, 360

Townshend, Mrs. Dorothea, Derby- shire Customs, 70

Trades, folklore of, 158

Transactions and Proceedings of the Japan Society, London, Supplement i, Nihongi, Chronicles of Japatt from the earliest times to A.D. 697, vol. ii. Translated from the origi- nal Chinese and Japanese by W. G. Aston, reviewed, 266

Transformation, see Shape-shifting

Transmission of folktales, 258, 259

Travelling Companion, or Grateful Ghost tale, or Sir Amadas, com- pared with Orendel and other tales, 295, 296, 300

Travels in West Africa ; Coii£;o Trancais, Corisco, and Cameroon s, by Mary H. Kingsley, reviewed, 162

Tray falling, portent of death, 203

' Treasury ' of O.xfordshire morris- dancers, 309, 310, 314, 315, 317

Tree, divinities, 338, prisons for spirits.

Trees connected with Greek divini- ties, 264, 338, in modern Greek folklore, 275, sacred, 11, 330, 332, 345. 352, 357, as totems, 360, the witch walnut of Benevento, i, withered by glance of hungry man, 11

Treves, Trier, 291, 293, Holy Coat of, 289, 298

Trinity Monday, Lamb Ale feast on in Oxfordshire, 313

" Trunk Hose," Oxfordshire morris- dancers' song, 318

Tuan MacCairill, 366.

Tuatha de Danann, in relation to modern fairies, 29, 40, and Arthur- ian romance, 41, and agriculture, 42, 43, true character of, 44, com- pared with Dionysus, 46, in re- lation to re-birth, 366, to agricul- tural sacrifice, 367, Irish beliefs concerning and sources of evidence,

367

Tuberculosis, a cure for, 388

Tui Tokelau, Samoan god, his an- nual exposure, 355

Tulasi, or holy basil, 345

Turkey, folklore of, 85

Turkeys, fertilization of, 375, 376

Two Swineherds, tale, 365

Tylor, Dr. cited on god-threatening, 339, and see Binding of a God, Bibliography of

Tyndareus, and the fettered Aphro- dite, 341

Tyndarides borrowing Spartan idols,

337 Typho, 340 Tyr, {see Thor), false arm of his

image, 341 Tyre, chained image of Apollo at,

343 Tyrone, medicinal folklore of, 388

Ulster, folklore, medicinal, 387-390

Ulysses, see Odysseus,

Unguents of witches, 2, 3

Untersuchungen zur mittelenglischen Romanze von Sir Amadas, von Max Hippe, (Herrig's Archiv) cited, 296

Urn-burial 350

Valaorites, modern Greek poet, 272

Vampires, 275, 352

Vargeysa, the Fingalkn, 305, 306

Vasishtha the jar-born, 352

Vedas, the, 329

Vedic faith, progressive transforma- tion, of, 270, hymns, 268, Indians, their forms of faith, 369, nature- worship. 268

Veiling images, reasons for, 344, 345, 355'