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Index.

461

Eyes : cures for, Oxfordshire, 70 ;

omens from, Ross-shire, 379 ;

those with eyes of different colours

have evil eye, W. Highlands, 95 Eyre, Miss M. : communication from,

79-85 ; notices of books by, 320 ;

review by, — Nutl's Lady Guest's

The Mabinogion, 107

Fabian, bishop of Rome, legend of,

44. Fabric of the Dream, The, by I.

Gollancz, 209 Face : painting, W. Australia, 323,

326, 332 Fados, folk songs. Azores, 145 Faerie Queene, Tales from the, by

C. L. Thomson, reviewed, no Fairies : arrows, Islay, 210, 299

\plate) ; in Arthurian tales, 437-43 ;

bathing babies in uisge or protects

against, Ross-shire, 371, 381 ;

charms against, Ross-shire, 380 ;

green clothes, Ross-shire, 369 ;

offerings to, Ross-shire, 381 ; wash

clothes, Ross-shire, 380 ; wee folks,

Ross-shire &c., 369 Fan : as symbol of royalty, Benares,

35

Farleigh Wick : tradition of Civil War, 178-9

Faroe islands : {see also Myggenoes) ; fishermen's beliefs, 306

Father-and-son combat type of folk- tales, 307-9

Faust legend, 196-7

Fawler : suicide, burial of, 73

Fawn, see Deer

Fayal, island of : [see also Castello Branco); colonisation of, 125; sedan- chair bearers cursed, 142 ; thunder- bolts, beliefs about, 142

Feargus the Great and the Lia Fail,

29 . .

Feet : footbinding, reason for, China,

295 ; omens from, Ross-shire, 379 Finn, sagas of, 159-60 Fenaes da Luz : in folktale, 133 Fengshui, see Divination P'ern : ashes of blossom shows fate of

friends, Azores, 142-3 ; blooms St.

John's Eve, Azores, 142 Festival of Uphelly A' {or the End

of Yule) as now celebrated at Ler- wick, The, 74-7 Festivals and saints' days, see Days

and Seasons

Fetishism : Achewa tribe, 2, 6, 61-3 {plate) ; Fetish Worship in Central Africa, E. Lovett, 2, 6, and A. Hetherwick, 61-3 {plate), 309-11

Fiachra, death and burial of, 14-5

Fianna, the, in Scottish charms, 98

Fife : fishing beliefs, 305

Fifteen Magic Blocks, China, 114, 292-3

Fifth of November Customs, by Miss !SL Peacock and Miss C. S. Burne, 89-91, and W. H. Jewitt, Miss C. S. Burne, C. C. Bell, and Miss M. Peacock, 185-8

Fighting customs, W. Australia, 360-1

Fighting-sticks, W. Australia, 322,

.35.0

Fiji islands : dying, visions of, 258 ; The Fijian Fire- Walk, by A. Lang and A. H. Haggard, 87-9

Fingers : {see also Thumb) ; fore- finger not blessed, Hebrides, 100 ; forefiger must not point at fishing boat, Sutherlandshire, 303 ; fore- finger must not touch yarn of charm, Hebrrdes, 99-100 ; used to indicate numbers, W. Australia, 336

Finn mac Cumhaill in Scottish charms, 98

Fire : on amulet, China, 294 ; assigned to South region of space, Zuiii, 430 ; bonfires, harvest. East Riding, 92-4, Mid-Lent, Venice, 92, Nov. 5, Carnarvonshire, 186, Derbyshire, 185-6, Hampshire, 90, and Lincolnshire, 89, St. John's Eve, Azores, 143, Malta, 77-8 ; corresponds to cardinal point, China, 431 ; cooking, sacred, New Caledonia, 254 ; from cow manure, folktale, Zambezi, 120 ; firesticks and fire-making, Queensland, 321-2, W. Australia, 322 {plate), 327, 339> 349. 366 iplafe) ; issues from Havelok's mouth when asleep, 58 ; omen of Grand Lama's birth, 50 ; not lighted for three days in kitchen of deceased, Malta, 83 ; origin, folktale of, W. Australia, 363-4 ; unlucky to part with, Highlands,

303

Fire-walking ; Fiji, 87-9

Firewood: sent by troll as "milk- hares," Sweden, 97

Firstborn : hair from cures barrenness, Punjab, 102