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Bretagne, 42, Italy and Switzerland, 43-5, Kashmir, 41, Wales, 56; by blowing horn, 58 ; by candles, lamps, or tapers, Bretagne 42-3, Mount Sinai, 45, Teleut Tartars, 35-6; by casting lots, Tibet, 49: by crystals, Mexico, 203 : by dreams, Ireland, 32 : by drum, Karague. 52 ; by eggs, Azores, 143 ; by fern blos- som, Azores, 142-3; by floating lead, Kiang-si, 51 ; hy I.iaFai/, Ireland, 29 ; by lines of streams and hills, China, 294 ; by melted lead, Malta, 84 ; by royal symbols, Benares, 35, Tibet, 37 ; by sacrificial cake, Cal- mucks, 35 ; by seeds, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 122; by shells, Basutos and Ba-Thonga, 115, 122-3; t)y shoulder blade of sheep, Afghanis- tan and Highlands, 382-3 ; by stones, Ba-Thonga, 115 ; by Urim and Thummim, 316 ; by Yih-king, China, 293-4 ; divining-sticks origin of trigram charms. China, 293 ; kings chosen by augury, 28-60 : of barrenness and child-bearing, Ire- land, 29 ; of future career, Azores, 143, of child, Malta, 82 ; of future Grand Lamas, Tibet, 49-50 ; of death, Azores, 143 ; of marriage, Azores, 143

Dodona: Dione, figure of, 271 : votive models at, 266, 289

Dog : ancestor of mankind. Car Nico- bar, 19 ; black, in legend of Delhi, 317 ; demon, Headington, 184 : "dog's tail" protective name for child, Basutos, 205-6 ; in folk medi- cine, 85-6 ; puppy boiled for cure of fright, Malta, 85, and debility, 86 ; seventh son appears as, Azores, 142 ; in time cycle, China, 297. 432 ; iiisge or as remedy for, Scotland,

Dog in Folk-Medicine, The, by P.

Manning, 85-6 Done, evil spirit, New Caledonia, 258 Donkey, see Ass Door handles, 217-8 (Jilate) Door knockers, 217 Dorchester ( Oxon) : ghost, 70 ; water

of Colwell spring cures eyes, 70 Dorset, see Cranborne Chase ; and

Rushmore Dove : divination by, Italy and

Switzerland, 43-5 ; in legend of

Pope Innocent III., 44, and Bishop

Fabian, 44 ; white, descends on Bishop David, 181 ; white, in plague legend, Azores, 139-40

Dow, Lorenzo, in popular tradition, 410-2

Dragon : on amulets, China, 114-S, 294, 297 {plate) ; blue, presides over East, China, 431 ; divines royal race, 57 ; in time cycle, China, 297, 432

Dragon-horse, The, of Fuh-hi, 293

Drama, Folk, see Folk-drama

Drayton (Oxon) : ghost, 70 ; water of Shadwell spring cures eyes, 70

Dreams : ancestors speak in, New- Caledonia, 258-9 ; divination by, Ireland, 32 ; (jmens from, Italy, 46

Droit du seigneur: Jus Primte Noctis, by Miss M. Peacock, 419-20

Dronfield : thyme smell records murder, 180

Drum : in Malay folktale, 389 ; mystic, in selection of king of Karague, 52

Dublin county : Ball's History of the County of Dublin noticed, 320

Duffield : November fires, 185-7

Dumfries, see Eskdale

Duncansbay : wind-seller, 301

Dun Nosebridge : fairy arrows, 210, 299 {plate)

Durham county, see Darlington ; and Tees

Durkheim, E. , review by — Lang and Atkinson's Social Origins ; Primal Law, 421-5

Dutch folklore, see Holland

Dwellings, see Houses

E : golden letter dedicated, Delphi, 287-8

Eagle : as crest, N. American Indians, 21 ; in folktale, W. Australia, 363

Eaglehawk : down as decoration, C. Australia, 351 ; in folktale, W. Aus- tralia, 363-4

Early Defeitsive Earthworks, by S. C. Gould, noticed, 320

Ears : omen from, Ross-shire, 379; tar on cow's ears against witchcraft, Scotland, 97

Earth : in amulet, China, 294 ; as- signed to East region of space, Zuni, 430 ; corresponds to cardinal point, China, 431

East : dead buried facing, Basutos, 417; one of seven regions compris-