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Index.

467

Ivy : carried in fishing boat, High- lands, 303 ; in song, Christmas, Baldon, 177

Jackal: in folktales, Punjab, 112: replaces European fox in tales, Punjab, 112

Jacob's pillow, 28

Jainism : Kathdko^a, the, 41

January : {see New Year's Day ; St. Agnes' Eve ; and St. Anthony's Day); first 24 days foretell weather for rest of year, Mexico, 203

Jason type of folktale, 156-7

Jdtaka, The. folktale from, 34-5

Jats : no upper storey to houses, 103

Jerahmeelites : theory of Hebrew origin among, 316

Jerusalem : Ivings Ebed-tob and Melchizedek, 53

Jewitt, W. H. : Fifth of November Customs, 185-6 ; Oxfordshire Folk- Lore, 183-5

Jews : Cheyne and Black's Encyclope- dia Biblica reviewed, 315-6; bell, beliefs about, 200-2 ; Judaism and Zoroastrianism, 104, is source of Grail romances, 189.90

Jhelum : boils, cure for, Pathals, loi

JogTs, secrets of, Punjab, 1 02

Joseph and his brethren type of folk- tales, 34-5, 42-3

Joseph of Arimatheain Grail roman- ces, 19 1 -4

Journey :" good luck" maybe wished, Faroes, 306 ; omens at starting. Highlands, 301 ; starting, unlucky to return after, Highlands, 301, Caithness, 306

June, see St. John's Day ; St. John's Eve : St. Peter's Day ; and St. Peter's Eve

Junod, H. A., Some Remarks on the Folklore of the Ba-Thonga, 115,1 16- 24

Jus Primse Noctis,byMissM. Peacock, 419-20

Kah-gynr, The, 36-7

Kamalajauhari, supernatural elephant. Malay Penin, 47-8

Kampfe um Babel und Bibel, Im, by A. jeremias, reviewed, 197-200

Kangaroo : bones as decoration, W. Australia, 346, and spear tips, Queensland, 322 ; eaten by moon, W. Australia, 352 ; hide used to

bind circumcision wound, W. Australia, 345 ; kangaroo sticks, W. Australia, 339 ; teeth as amulets, W. Australia, 346-7, 366 Karague : new king, selection of, 52,

59

Kashmir : folktale, 41 Kathdkoca, story from the, 41 Kathd Sarit Sdgara, tale from the, , 39-40 Keddah : king designated by elephant,

47-8 Kedleston : squirrel-hunting, Novem- ber Wakes, 186-7 Kensington : Fifth November custom,

91 Ker, Prof. W P., on MS. collection of Exempla, 210 ; reviews by, — Nutt's The Legends of the Holy Grail, 315 ; Weston's The Three Days' Tournament, 3 1 3-4 Kiang-si : head of Taoists, 50-1 Kiddington : suicide, burial of, 74 King Ananda, folktale of, 36-7 King Arthur sagas: 165, 234 ; Nutt's The Legends of the Holy Grail reviewed, 315 ; Paton's Studies in the Fairy Mythology of Arthurian Romance reviewed, 437-43 : Wes- ton's The Three Days' Tourna- >/ient reviewed, 313-4 King Conaire the Great of Tara, 32-3 King Dagara of Karague, 52 King Darius, election of, 46-7 King Desiderius of Lombards, 46 King Ebed-tob of Salem, 53 King Eterscele of Tara, 32 King Hildeprand of Lombards, 45-6 King Liutprand of Lombards, 45-6 King Lugaidh Reo-derg of Tara,

.32-3 King Melchizedek of Salem, 53 King Numa, choice of, 54 King Rumanika of Karague, 52 Kings, choice of: The Voice of the

Stone of Destiny, an Enquiry into

the Choice of Kings by Augury, by

E. S. Hartland, i, 28-60 King's evil, see Scrofula King's Sound : spears, 345 Kinmont Willie : ballad discussed,

148, 161 Kirby,W. F. , review by, — Anitchkoff s Vernal Ceremonial Songs in the

West and among the Slavonians,

448 Kirtlington : ghost laid in pond, 72

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