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Index.

from St. John's Eve till Nov. 2nd, Azores, 142 Ba-Thonga, folklore of, 115, 116-24,

445

Baucans, hobgoblins, Scotland, 98,

Bavaria, see Munich

Beads: as charm, China, 115

Beagle Bay : native girl babies eaten or buried alive, 34O ; letter of intro- duction, 365 ; moon eclipses, omens from, 340-1 ; native fight, 354-5 '■> spears, 345-6

Beans : in divination, Azores, 143

Bear : assigned to West region of space, Zuui, 430 ; black, as crest, N. American Indians, 21

Beard : mud suspended from as deco- ration, W. Australia, 346 ; string from, for amulet, W. Australia, 348

Beasts in folklore, see Animals in folklore

Bechuana tribes, see Baperi ; and Bataunga

Becket legend, 156

Beckley : rhjTiie, Nov. 5, 175-6

Bedford : Guys, November, 188

Bedfordshire, see Bedford

Bee : butterfly charm to find bee swarm, Oldenburg, 182

Beer barrel, ghost laid in, Bampton. 66

Behring Strait, see Eskimos

Belep tribe : exogamy, 418 ; rain- making and plant-growing families, 419

Belgium, see Flemings ; and Theux

Bell, C. C, Fifth of November Customs, 187-8

Bellerophon type of folktale, 447

Bells : foretell destined pope, Basques and Bretagne, 43

Beltane : Highlands, 382

Belts, hair, see Hair

Benares : Gandharbs, origin of, 57 ; in Jataka, 34

Betsileos : souls reincarnated in

pythons, 312 Bezoar stones, folklore of, Malays,

399, 406-7 Bible : Cheyne and Black's Encyclo- pcedia Biblica reviewed, 315-6; Jere- mias'/w Kampfe um Babel und Bihel reviewed, 197-200; King Melchize- dek of Salem, 53 Bibliography of folklore : {see also separate Index to papers read before

Archffiological Societies in 1902) ;

vernal ceremonial songs, 448 Big Klaus and Little Klaus type of

folktale, 410- 1 Bi-literal Cypher of Francis Bacon :

Replies, by Mrs. E. Gallup, noticed,

320 Bilton : harvest song, 94 Binghis, W. Australia, 328, 350, 356,

361-5 Birbal, stories of, 112 Bird of Paradise : represented on

Tippoo Sultan's throne, 48 Birds in folklore : {see also Bird of Paradise ; Bower-bird; Canary-bird; Chicken ; Cock ; Cockatoo ; Crane ; Cuckoo ; Dove ; Eagle ; Eaglehawk ; Emu ; Fowls ; Frigate-bird ; Gannet ; Garuda ; Goose ; Grouse ; Gull ; Hawk ; Hen ; Heron ; Kitti- wake ; Ntengu bird : Owl ; Parrot ; Parrot-macaw ; Pelican ; Phoenix ; Pigeon ; Prairie-chicken ; Quail ; Raven ; Sagecock ; Swallow ; Tur- key ; Vulture ; Wagtail ; and Willy -Willy-Wagtail); dead return as, W. Australia, 365 ; divination by, Bretagne folktale, 42, Wales, 56 ; evil eye, with, Brazil, 239, 241 ; in folktale, Central Africa, 445 ; king of Wales declared by, 56-7 ; all men, W. Australia, 363 ; red bird presides over South, Chinese, 43 1 ; supernatural bird-man father of Conaire the Great, 32 ; taboos, see Taboos ; talking, in folk- tale, Punjab, 112; unlucky to wish luck in catching, Faroes, 306 : witches take shapes of, Scotland, 97 Birth customs and beliefs : auguries from Lia Fail, 29; barrenness, magi- cal rites to obviate, Punjab, 102 ; first bath inuisgeor, Scotland, 371; those born on Christmas Eve then become ghosts, Malta, 83 ; charm to obtain male children, China, 1 14, 295 (plate); child born at midnight has second sight, Ross-shire, 376, during eclipse is a male, W. Aus- tralia, 340 ; feast on first anniver- sary of birth, Malta, 82 ; ghost of woman dead in childbirth, Malays and New Caledonia, 258 ; girl child less desired, China, 295 ; Mace- donia, 447 ; meeting unlucky of those confined within forty days, Malta, 84 ; pregnant woman must