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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. XXV.—1914

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Alter et Idem


LONDON:

PUBLISHED FOR THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY BY

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


1914

[LXXIII.]


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


CONTENTS.




I.—(March, 1914.)
1
3
5
10
12
34
55
 
II.—(July, 1914.)
145
147
198
 
III.—(September, 1914.)
281
285
300
324
 
IV.—(December, 1914.)
409
411
428
457
 
Collectanea:—
84
91
109
206
212
227
242
251
342
363
363
366
368
Sussex Folklore. Mrs. Hardy
368
370
370
371
372
372
372
372
373
373
373
374
375
377
379
380
380
381
382
382
476
 
Correspondence:—
122
122
126
126
253
254
258
383
385
386
388
499
 
Reviews:—
127
130
132
132
134
137
140
142
Gertrude Schoepperle. Tristan and Isolt. Eleanor Hull
260
262
Albrecht Dieterich. Mutter Erde. W. R. Halliday
263
265
265
267
E. N. Setälä. Kullervo-Hamlet. H. J. Rose
268
271
274
E. Canziani, E. Rohde. Piedmont. A. R. Wright
277
390
391
393
395
395
398
400
402
404
406
501
504
 
Short Notices:—
28th Annual Report of the Bureau of Ethnology
144
C. de Danilowicz. L’Art Rustique Français. L’Art Provençal
144
B. Hunt. Folk Tales of Breffny
280
B. Pilsudski. Materials for the Study of the Ainu Language and Folklore
280
E. Clodd. The Childhood of the World
407
D. C. Owen. The Infancy of Religion
407
P. R. T. Gurdon. The Khasis
408
 
List of Plates:—
TO
FACE
PAGE
I.
“Hook-swinging” in India (Photo No.   1)
148
II.
( No.   2)
149
III.
(No.   3)
148
IV.
(No.   4)
149
V.
(Photos Nos. 5 & 6)
152
VI.
(Photo No.   7)
153
VII.
(No.   8)
154
VIII.
(No.   9)
155
IX.
(No. 10)
156
X.
(No. 11)
157
XI.
(No. 12)
158
XII.
(No. 13)
159
XIII.
(No. 14)
160
XIV.
(Photos Nos. 15 & 16)
161
XV.
Spanish Amulets
206
XVI.
Map illustrating the Distribution of the Customs of Souling, Clementing, and Catterning
284
XVII.
Fig. 1. Temporary Shrine of Babinga and N’Gurma
316
XVIII.
Fig. 2. Kaltuma possessed
317
XIX.
Vale Church and Court House of St. Michel
420
XX.
Perron du Roi
421
XXI.
The Siwas of Patte and Lamu
500
XXII.
The Siwa of Patte
501