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Index.

Zambez , 120 ; name of clan, Sioux,

427 Bulgaria, see Mesembria Bull: ancestral spirits in, Angoni tribe,

62,310; augury from, Angoni tribe,

62 ; as crest, N. American Indians,

21 ; white, eaten for divining

dream, Ireland, 32 Bull-roarer : W. Australia, 323 {plate),

341-2, 349-50. 367 Burford : suicide, burial of, 74 Burial customs and beliefs, see Death

and funeral customs and beliefs Burne, MissC S. : Fifth of November

Customs, 90-1 ; The Vessel-Cup,

419 Burns, charms against, W. Aus- tralia, 342 Bushmen, beliefs of, 20 Butter : must be churned with tide,

Azores, 141-2 ; stolen by witch as

butterfly, 182 Butterfly Charm, by N. W. Thomas,

182 Bybon, votive stone of, Olympia, 266

Cabbages : unlucky to eat on New

Year's Day, Malta, 85 Cabul : tribal colours, 383 Cailte, in Scottish charms, 98 Caithness : {see also Brims ; Duncans- bay ; Hill of Forss ; Portskerra ; Thurso ; and Wick) ; fish (not sheep) bones burnt, 302 ; saying of sheep, 302 Cakes : Beltane bannocks, Highlands, 382 ; Easter, Malta, 80 ; funeral, Malta, 83 ; marriage, Malta, 81 ; Michaelmas, Ross-shire, 381-2 : oatcake bannocks, unlucky deeds to, Lewis, 302 ; sacrificial, divina- tion by, Calmucks, 35 ; Whit cakes, Woodstock, 171 Calendar folklore, see Days and

seasons Calenig or gift. The, St. Briavel's, 6 Calf : {^see also Bull ; Cattle ; and Cow) ; apparition in shape of, Ox- fordshire, 65; sacrificed, St. Mar- tin's Eve, Isle of Man, 186 California ; visited by Malays, 239 Calmucks : divination to choose new

khan, 35 ; folktale, 35 Cambodia : divination by horses, 39 ; divinatory system, 431 ; folktale from, 39

Canary-bird : name used, Whitsun

Ale, Woodstock, 173 Candles and tapers : divination by,

Bretagne, 42-3, Teleut Tartars, 36;

wax from averts evil eve, Malta,

Cannibalism, practice of: 17-8; Lifu, 252-3; Tanna island, 250; W. Aus- tralia, 340, 343-4, 352 Carbuncles, cure for, Lewis, 371 Caria, see Panamara ; a}id Stratonicea Carmina Gadelica, sources of, 87 Carnarvonshire : rhyme at November

Eve fires, 186 Car Nicobar : festivals and beliefs, 19 Carnival : Malta, 79 Carregal, lake of : Valverde sub- merged in, for lack of charity, 130 Cartwright, Mrs. M., Basutoland : its

Legends and Customs, 415-8 Cash, Chinese, used as amulets, 115 Caspian Sea : Iranians, see Persia Cassia tree : in moon and on amulet,

China, 296 Castello Branco : butter churned with tide, 141 -2 ; cat's eyes show state of tide, 142 Cat : black, eyes show state of tide, Azores, 142 ; in folktale, Central Africa, 445 ; unlucky to fisher. Highlands, 300-1 ; wind raised by. Highlands, 302 Cattle : <^see also Bull ; Calf ; and Cow) ; amulets against evil eye, Malta, 84 ; ancestors can enter, Basutos, 417 ; bow knee on St. Mark's Eve, Lincolnshire, 94 ; name for, Basutos, 205 ; uisge or as remedy, Scotland, 371 Celtic literature : {^see also France ; Ireland ; Scotland ; and Wales) ; Les Influences Celtiques avant et apres Coliimhan ; Essai historique et archiologique par Ch. Rcessler, reviewed, 109-10 Celts as fairy arrows, Islay, 299 Centre, one of seven regions compris- ing all space, Zuiii, 430, 434 Cephallenia : quoit from, 289 Ceylon, see Tamils ; and Veddahs Chieronea : lion carving, 288 Chams : folktale, 57 Changelings. Ross-shire, 381 Chariot, ceremonial, designates new king, Benares, 34-5, Cambodia, 39 Charlemagne sagas, 165 Charlbury : suicide, burial of, 74