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Index.

lepsy, Ross-shire, 370-1 ; on Etruscan pottery, 270 ; in folk- tales, Central Africa, 445 ; in Jataka story, 34 ; sacrificed, St. Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186 ; in time cycle, China 297, 432

Cockatoo : feathers used in cere- monies, W. Australia, 348

Coco nut : only maiden may squeeze milk from, New Caledonia &c. ,

254 Coco-nut palm : climbing, method of.

Kanakas, 246 ; in marchen, New

Caledonia, 246 Cod : fishing beliefs, Faroes, 306 Collectanea, 61-S6, 167-80, 292- 307,

385-414 Colours in folklore : {^see also Black :

Blue ; Green ; Grey : Motley

colour ; Red ; White ; a«(/Yellow) ;

assigned to different regions of

space, Zuiii, 430 ; persist after

shape-shifting. East Anglia, 64 ;

variously-coloured yarn worn round

neck, W. Highlands, 96 Columbia, District of : Lorenzo Dow,

410-2 Colybrassus : coins bear oil basin, 289 Combat du pere et du fils, Le, par

H. Gaidoz, 307-9 Committees of Folk-Lore Society,

7-9

Communion feast : Greece, 286 Compass, pomts of : (,see also East ;

North ; South ; and West) ; eight

in China, 431 Conaire the Great, King of Taia,

32-3 Confucianism in kindergarten, 293 Confucius, comiTientaries by, 293 Conger eel, see Eel Conna of the Hundred Fights, 30-1 Connecticut, see Coventry Cook, A.B., Greek Votive Offerings,

260-91 Cooking, taboos on, see Taboos Corcyra : votive offerings, 264 Corinth : coins with trident, 288 Corn husking custom, Azores, 143 Corn sheaf, golden, as votive offering,

266 Corn spirits, vegetation souls, and the

like : East Riding, 92-4 ; Greece,

286 Coronation Stone, see Voice of the

Stone of Destiny, The Corp creagh, Ross-shire, 373-4

Correspondence, 87-94, 181-8,307-12, 415-20

Corroboree, W. Australia, 328-32, 336, 339, 346, 351, 3S3> 359-66, 366 U>late\ 367 {plate)

Corsica : dirges, 149

Cortona : Medusa's head, 221 [illiis.)

Council of Folk-Lore Sociey : elec- tion, 3-4 ; report, 5- 11

Counting by aborigines, W. Australia,

336

Counting unlucky : fish caught, High- lands, 303 : fishing boats, Suther- landshire, 303

Courting customs and beliefs : Malta, 80-81 : New Caledonia, 250-1 ; W. Australia, 346 {i>late), 366

Coventry (Conn.) : Lorenzo Dow, 410-2

Cow : (see also Calf; and Cattle); disease caused by evil eye, W. Highlands, 96 ; evil eye, precau- tions against, W. Highlands, 96, Ross-shire, 379-80 ; fairies, charm against, Ross-shire, 380 ; sacrificed, St. Martin's Eve, Athlone, 186; sucked by witch as hare, Scot- land, 97, or by troll's milk-hares, Sweden, 97 ; in time cycle, China,

432 Cowley Marsh : suicide, burial of, 73 Cowley's Corner : ghosts, 65 Cowrie shells, W. Australia, 328,

352

Coyote : assigned to West region of space, Zuiii, 430

Cradles, native, W. Australia, 349

Cranborne Chase, Bronze Age inter- ments at, 13

Crane : assigned to North region of space, Zuiii, 430

Creator, beliefs about, 23-4, New Caledonia, 258, W. Australia, 349

Cremona : King Desiderius, 46

Crescent Charms, by A. C. Haddon, 65 {plate), 182-3

Crete : double axe and shield as symbols, 283 ; votive offerings from, 265, 291

Crocodile : black stones from used in divination, Basutos and Ba- Thonga, 122-3 > '^'^n' Mabuaig island, 427 ; in folktale, Punjab, 112 ; as totem, Basuto, 205, 416

Crooke, W. : Witchcraft in Northern India, 407-10 ; reviews by, — Fanshawe'sZ>^/^j, Past and Present