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Folk-Lore  (1913) 
The Folk-Lore Society
Volume 24

FOLK-LORE

A QUARTERLY REVIEW

OF

MYTH, TRADITION, INSTITUTION, & CUSTOM

BEING

The Transactions of the Folk-Lore Society

And Incorporating The Archæological Review and
The Folk-Lore Journal

VOL. XXIV. — 1913

Publisher's design in Folk-Lore of the Northern Counties.png

Alter et Idem


LONDON:

PUBLISHED FOR THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY BY

SIDGWICK & JACKSON, LTD., 3 ADAM ST., ADELPHI, W.C.


1913

[LXXII.]


GLASGOW: PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS
BY ROBERT MACLEHOSE AND CO. LTD.


CONTENTS.



I.—(March, 1913.)
PAGE
1
5
7
12
14
41
 
II.—(July, 1913.)
153
155
187
 
III.—(September, 1913.)
281
284
314
 
IV.—(December, 1913.)
409
456
 
Collectanea:—
63
74
91
96
106
201
213
219
228
233
234
357
360
362
365
477
490
505
 
111
 
242
 
Correspondence:—
120
121
123
245
247
247
249
250
382
382
383
385
518
524
524
 
Reviews:—
124
126
128
132
136
137
O. Dähnhardt und A. von Lowis of Menar. Natursagen, Band IV. Tiersagen. W. R. Halliday
143
143
147
149
150
252
254
256
263
264
Cullen Gouldsbury and Hubert Sheane. The Great Plateau of Northern Rhodesia E. Torday
264
270
Charles Hose and William M'Dougall. The Pagan Tribes of Borneo. W. J. Perry
273
Baldwin Spencer and F. J. Gillen. Across Australia. B. Malinowski
278
386
B. Freire-Marreco and J. L. Myres. Notes and Queries on Anthropology. John H. Weeks
392
398
400
401
404
406
525
531
533
533
A. Avalon. Tantra of the Great Liberation (Mahānirvāna Tantra). W. Crooke
533
A. and E. Avalon. Hymns to the Goddess. W. Crooke
533
533
 
Short Bibliographical Notices:—
H. Alexander. The Place-Names of Oxfordshire : their Origin and Development
279
J. Bland-Sutton. Man and Beast in Eastern Ethiopia
280
H. A. MacMichael. Brands used by the Chief Camel-Owning Tribes of Kordofan
280
Mannin. A Journal of Matters Past and Present relating to Mann
536
The Jātaka, or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births. Index Volume
536
 
List of Plates:—
I.
Spanish Amulets
To face page  64
II.
  
  66
III.
The Cloughlea (Finn’s “Sharpening Stone”), Ballysheen, Co. Clare
  202
IV.
St. Brecan, St. Luchtighern, and St. Inghine Baoith
  204
V.
St. Maccreiche’s Tomb, Kilmacreehy Church, Co. Clare
  208
VI.
Binding Churches with Wax Candles in Crete
  358
VII.
1. Thedraves of the Leinster Men (Tipperary)
2. Armada Carving at Spanish Point (Clare)
  368
VIII.
1. Children Dressed as Krishna and Radha for Rās Lila Sacred Dance
2. Raja’s Jaganath Car at Rath Jatra Festival
  416
IX.
1. Demons and Body of Crane in San-jenba (Cow-herding) Play
2. Lai-sangs of Pureiromba and his Son Chinsongba at Andro
  418
X.
1. Litter with Kmblem of Khumlangba
2. Maiden Dancers at Khumlangba’s Lai-harauba . . . .426
XI
1. Enticing Thāngjing at Moirang
2. Khumlangba's Orchestras (with Pennas) and Married Dancers
  430
XII.
1. Dance of Village Officials at Thāngjing's Lai-harauba
2. Imphal God-carriers with Umbrella-bearers
  432
XIII.
1. Ceremony at Santhong’s Lai pham
2. Manipur State Arrow-Thrower
  438




ERRATA

P. 421 l. 18 For Hingchabis read Hingchābis
P. 431. Delete Note 12.