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Index.

455

Charlton-on-Otmoor : procession and

garland, May Day {plate), 170 Charms and spells : (^see also Amulets and talismans) ;

against accidents in travel, China, 294 ; baldness, Punjab, loi ; bleeding, Bilochs, loi ; boils, Lewis, 371, Punjab, loi ; burns, W. Australia, 342; carbuncles, Lewis, 371 : danger in war, Scot- land, 98 ; epilepsy, Devon, 294, Rf>ss-shire, 370- 1 ; evil eye, ^L'^lta, 83-4, Scotland, 96-97, 379-So ; evil spirits, China, 296-7, Malays, 406, VV. Australia, 347 ; fright, Malta, 84 ; ghosts, China, 115, 296 {plate), W. Australia, 347 ; goblins, China, 114, 296 : lawsuits, Scotland, 98 ; madness, China, 297 ; nightmare, Orkneys, 440 ; rheumatism, Ross-shire, 379 ; scrofula, England, loi, Lewis, 371, Ross- shire, 372 ; sickness, 97, China, 114, 296; W. Australia, 323, 340, 346, 348, 365-6; skin diseases, Punjab, loi ; sprains, Scotland, Norway, &c., 372 : witchcraft, Scotland, 97, 298-9 {plate) ; wounds, Ross-shire, 3S0, W. Australia, 342-3 beating ground to discourage enemy, W. Australia, 347 : binding spells, Greece, 286 ; blowing pain away, 319 ; cape of sacred image worn, Azores, 137 ; cash used as, China, 115; to find bee swarm, Oldenburg, 182; for long life, China, 115, 296 {plate) ; for love. East Anglia, 64, Sicily, 279, Scotland, 98, W. Aus- tralia, 346; love potion in folktale, Azores, 135 ; to obtain male chil- dren, China, 114; to obtain rain, Hesse, 319 ; for return of relative from abroad, Malta, 84 ; saints and heroes invoked in, Scotland, 98 Charj'ong Pass : votive offering, i, 6 Chastity shells and girdles, W. Aus- tralia, 323 {plate), 325, 327,334, 353-4,366 Chewton : in Civil War, 179 Chichester : bishop's life-index, 188 ; ' bonfire boys ' but no Guy, Nov.

Chicken : uisge or as remedy, Scot- land, 371

Child, Professor, on origin of ballads, 153-9

Childbirth customs and beliefs, see

Birth customs and beliefs Children : correspond in development

with savages, 23, 25-6 Children's games, see Games Chimneysweeps : May Day customs,

Oxford, 1 70- 1 Chin : omens from, Ross-shire, 379 ChinaiHwanga Stories, by Mrs. E. H.

Dewar, reviewed, 444-5 China : {see also Kiang-si ; Mongolia ;

Shantung ; and Taoism) ; amulets

and charms, 1 14-5 ; astrolog)', 115 ;

bodily mark of pure blood. 203 ;

book of the Fifteen Magic Blocks,

114 ; classification of objects,

system of, 428, 431-2 ; hell, 201 ;

palmistry, 115; mental confusion,

426-7 ; Some Chinese Folklore, by

A. R. Wright, 292-8 {plate) Chipeta tribe : future life, beliefs

about, 62 Chiusi : Medusa's head, 221 {ilhts.),

226, 231 Christening, see Baptism Christmas : {see also Yule, end of) ;

song, Baldon, 177; "vessel-cup"

at, Derbyshire, 419 Christmas Eve : ghosts of those born

on, Malta, 83 ; Zakk players,

Malta, 80 Chucks, game of, Applecross, 300 Chukorgye : Grand Lama, revelation

of, 49 Church : May Day garland hung in,

Oxfordshire, lyo {plate) Churel, demon, India, 203 Churning depends on tide, Azores,

141-2 Cicala : figure as votive offering, 265 Cigarettes provided for dead, Mexico,

202 Cigars for dead, India, 202-3 Cinerary urns, 226-7 Circumcision : W. Australia, 334, 345 Clans, the basis of classification of

objects, 433 Claverton Manor : tradition of Civil

War, 178-9 Cleena. the arch wave of, 29 Clergy: unlucky to fishers. Highlands,

300 Cliges, romance of, 314 Clouds, correspond to cardinal point

&c., China, 431 Cobra, see Snake Cock : {see also Q\\\<^tr\. ; aw^Fowls) ;

black, buried as charm against epi-