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Folk-Lore Volume 3  (1892) 

FOLK-LORE


A QUARTERLY REVIEW

OF

MYTH, TRADITION, INSTITUTION, & CUSTOM.


[Incorporating The Archæological Review and
The Folk-Lore Journal.]


VOL. III.—1892.


Fleuron at title page of Folklore journal.png


LONDON:

DAVID NUTT, 270, STRAND.


1892.

LONDON : CHAS. J. CLARK, 4, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, W.C.

CONTENTS.


I.—(March 1892.)

PAGE

 
Folk-lore Miscellanea. Prof. John Rhys - 375
Celtic Myth and Saga. Report upon the Progress of Research during the past two years. Alfred Nutt - 387

IV.—(December 1892.)



The Easter Hare. Chas. J. Billson - 441
The Bodleian Dinnshenchas. Edited and translated by Whitley Stokes 467
Index to Places - 516
Balochi Tales, I. M. Longworth Dames 517
Recent Greek Archæology in its relation to Folk-lore. Cecil Smith - 529
Title-page and Contents for Vol. III.



Notes and News - 139, 270, 433, 554

Review : Paul’s Grundriss. Alfred Nutt - 425

Correspondence:
Chained Images, Miss G. M. Godden - 137
The Widow’s Son ; and Greek Folk-lore, Miss L. M. Garnett 265
Ethnologists and Anthropologists, J. S. Stuart-Glennie - 267]
Branchos, A. E. Crawley - 267
The Buck's Leap, Miss C. S. Burne - 427
The Flat-foot Question, Karl Blind - 429
Chained Images, E. S. Hartland - 546
Mr. Hartland's "Sin-Eater", and Primitive Sacraments, Miss G. M. Godden - 546
Christmas Mummers, T. F. Ordish 550
Folk-Songs and Music, Miss L. E. Broadwood - 551
Errata in the September Number - 553

Miscellanea:
Churn Charm, and Sympathetic Bees, Alfred Nutt - 138
Exorcism in Wales, Griffith Evans - 274
The Three Precepts: a Norse Variant, W. A. Clouston - 556
Folk-lore from South-East Suffolk, Lady Camilla Gurdon 558
Folk-lore Bibliography - 141, 278, 435, 561

Indexes : Articles—Bibliography - 569