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Index.

Major, A. F. : review by, — Faradav The Edda : II. The Heroic Mytho- logy of the North, III

Malas, Indian, emigrations of, 239

Malay Peninsula, see Keddah ; Patani : and Singapore

Malays : Easter island statues as- cribed to, 238-40 ; ghost of woman dead in childbirth, 258 ; The Story of Indra Bangsawan, by A. S. Gum- ming, 385-407 ; visited California,

239 Mallera phratry, Queensland, 429 Malta : (see also Notabile ; Valetta ;

a«^ Vittoriosa) ; folklore from, 77-

85

Mammoth tusks preserved, Tegea,290 Manaia in Maori legend, 234, 237,

239, 240-2 Manaman mac Leth in Scottish

charms, 98 Mang'anja tribe : ancestor worship, 309-10 ; future life, beliefs about, 62-3 Man-making, see Initiatory ceremonies Manning, P. : The Dog in Folk-Medi- cine, 85-6 ; Stray Notes on Ox- fordshire Folklore, 65-74, 167-77, 410-4 Mantinea : coins with trident, 288 Manx folklore, see Isle of Man Maoris : carvings, 240-2 Villus.') ; legends, 234, 237-41 ; Melanesian element in, 239 : migrations of, 239 ; stone implements found in S. America, 239 Mapoon Cape : exhibits from, 321-2 March, see St. Patrick's Day March Baldon : ghost, 68 Mare island : natives, 245 Mariandyni, votive offering for defeat

of, 265 Markets, primitive, 436 Marquesas islands: cannibalism, 17-8 Marriage customs and beliefs : Aus- tralia, 327, 332-4, 339, 341. 343-4, 428 ; bathing, ceremonial, Malays, 397 ; betrothed man smeared with red, W. Australia, 327, 332 ; bridegroom unlucky in fishing boat. Highlands, 304 ; by capture, 332, 341, 421-2 ; Bishnoi sect, loi ; charms for bridal bed, China, 298; communal marriage, 106 ; divination, Azores, 143 ; " divine marriage " in votive offer- ing, Samos, 265 ; folktale of origin

of marriage, Zambezi, II9-21 ; kris borne before bridegroom, Malays, 405 ; lifting rites, 24 ; Macedonia, 447 ; Malays, 397, 405-6 ; Malta, 80-2 ; New Caledonia, 250-1 ; Social Origins : Primal Law, by Langand Atkinson, reviewed, 42 1 -5 ; tartan shawl given, Ross-shire, 383; totemism in relation to, 21 Mars, fresco of, Pompeii, 222 Masks : initiation, W. Austraia, 323

{plate), S42, 345, 354 May, see Ascension Day ; and May

Day May Day : decorations, Malta, 78 ; garland, procession, and song, Oxfordshire, 168-71 ; girls with dolls collect money, Ilfracombe, 91 ; maypole set up, Woodstock, T74 ; visit to well, Oxford, 175 May Eve : hawthorns at door, Wood- stock, 174 Maypoles : Woodstock, 171-2, 174 Mazdeism, see Zoroastrianism Meath, see Forud ; and Tara Medical folklore : (see also Charms and spells) :

diseases and injuries treated : — boils, loi, 371 ; carbuncles, 371 ; debility, 86 ; epilepsy, 13, 370 ; eyes, diseases of, 70, 391, 401 : fright, 85 ; hip-joint disease, 373 ; jaundice, 85 ; nightmare, 343 ; rheumatism, 85 ; scrofula, 371 ; skin diseases, loi ; tooth- ache, loi ; whitlows, 373 ; wounds, 83-4 ; "the healing hand," Basutos, 416 ; localities : — Blackburn, 85 - 6 ; Hebrides, 371 ; India, lOl ; Ireland, lOl ; Macedonia, 447 ; Malays, 391, 399, 401 ; Malta, 83-5 : Marquesas islands. 18 ; Oxfordshire, 70 : Ross-shire, 370-1, 373 ; W. Australia, 323, 330-40, 343 ; medicine assigned to South region

of space, Zufii, 430 ; remedies : — anthill earth, 339 ; bezoar stones, 399, 406-7 ; blood of a Keogh, lOi ; blood of tor- toise, 85 : cannibalism, 18 ; dog- grease, 85-6 ; egg, ancient, 84 ; fossil fish teeth, 83; fungus, 391 ; spittle, loi ; tiger's milk, 391, 401 ; trampling on stomach, 343 ; trepanning, 13 ; water