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Index.

Kirton-in-Lindsey : bonfire, but no Guys, 89 ; shooting, legal right of on Nov. 5th, 89

Kittiwake : dead child becomes, East Anglia, 64

Klong Garay, hero of Chams, 57

Knife : in mast brings wind. High- lands, 301

Knockers, door, 217

Knotting : untying knots produces wind, Scotland, 97

Knox, K. N. , Witchcraft in Northern India, 407-10

Kobba-Kobba, see Corroboree

Korea : (^see also Charyong Pass) ; amulet, 114, 294 (opiate)

Kris, Malay : carried before bride- groom, 405

Kurds : divination by birds, 39 ; folk- tale, 39

Kylies, see Boomerangs

Kylin, mythical beast, China, 295

' Lad's love,' see Southernwood

Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight, ballad of, 156

Lady of the Rock, The, folktale, Azores, 133

Lagrange Bay : babies buried alive, 336 ; corroboree, 329-32 ; hairpin, 333 ; name for sun, 341 ; shield from, 366 (plate)

Lakeland Words, by B. Kirby, noticed, 207

Lakes: (_^see also under tiavies) ; legends about, Azores, 126, 128-32 ; Spain, 130

Lama, Grand, see Grand Lama

Lamia, story of, 447

Lamps : election of prelate by, Mount Sinai, 45

Lancashire : {see also Blackburn ; Blackpool ; and Staining Hall) ; Taylor's Wit and Wisdom of the South Lancashire Dialect noticed, 207-8

Lancelot du Lac, legend of, 313-4

Land Rising Supernaturally, by Miss M. Peacock, 181-2

Lang, A. : The Fijian Fire-Walk, 87- 8; Notes on Ballad Origins, 115, 147-61 ; notes to Atkinson's The Natives of New Caledonia, 243-59

Lansdown, battle of, 179

Lantern slides, scheme for provi- ding, 9

Lanval, story of, 439

Laurel tree : boughs formed first temple, Delphi, 288 ; boughs kindled as love charm, Theocritus, 279 ; leaves in pillow under corpse, Malta, 83 _

Laurie or talking stick, see Talking sticks

Lawsuits, charms against, Scotland,

98 .

Lead : in designation of head of Taoism, 51 ; melted in fortune- telling, St. John's Day, Malta, 84

Leafield : suicide, burial of, 74

Lear type of folktales, 34-5, 42-3

Lebadea : votive shield at, 266

Lecture Committee, 7

Lee, Mrs K., History and Tradition, 178-9

Leechcraft, see Medical folklore

Legends of the Holy Grail, The, by A. Nutt, reviewed, 315

Leicester : Leicester mosaic not neces- sarily Celtic, no

Leicestershire, see Leicester

Leinster, see Dublin county ; Meath ; and West Meath

Leland, C. G., death of, 114, 162-4

Leno : King Desiderius' prophetic dream, 46

Lent, Mid : bonfire, Venice, 92

Lerwick : festival of Uphelly A', 74-7

Letters and Poems, by N. Hogg, noticed, 207

Leucas : coins with trident, 288

Lewis, isle of : (see also Barvas ; and Bragar) ; unlucky deeds for fisher's wife, 302

Leydsdorp : folklore from, 117-24

Lhasa : Grand Lama, selection of, 49-50

Lia Fail, The, 28-60

Library of Folk- Lore Society, see Books

Liddesdale : in ballad, 150

Life-Index : heron as, Chichester, 188

' Lifting ' rites, 24

Lifu : coco-nut palm, how climbed, 246 ; fire for cooking sacred, 254 ; swimming powers of natives, 248

Lincolnshire : [see also Grimsby ; and Kirton-in-Lindsey) ; bonfires, but no Guys, Nov. 5th, 89 ; north, right of shooting on Nov. 5th, 89, 187 ; St. Mark's Eve beliefs, 94

Lindos : votive offerings at, 291

Lion : carved over tombs, 288 ; on Etruscan pottery, 270 ; skin as