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Index.

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Nose ornaments, W. Australia, 323 (Jlate), 367

Notabile (Malta) : animals fed, St. Anthony's Day, 79 ; festivals, 78

Notes on Ballad Origins, by A. Lang, 115, 147-61

Notes on the Aborigines of Roebuck Bay, Western Australia, 322-3, 324-67 (pla(es)

Notes upon the Ethnography of Southern Mexico,hy Prof. F. Starr, reviewed, 202-4

Nottinghamshire : south, fifth Novem- ber customs, 187

November : {see also St. Martin's Day ; and St. Martin's Eve) ; 2nd, devil re-enters sea, Azores, 142 ; Sth, customs on, 89-91, 185-8; rhymes, Oxfordshire, 175-6

Ntengu isird : in folktale. Central Africa, 445

Numa, ICing, see King Numa

Numbers in folklore, see Eight ; Forty ; Hundred ; Nine ; Seven ; Ten ; Thirteen ; Three ; and Twelve

Nuneham Courtenay : ghost, 68,

Nun's Field, The, folktale, Azores, 129-30

Nutt, A.: In Memoriam : Gaston Paris, 164-6; reviews by, — Wessel- ofsky's Zur Frage iiber die Heimath der Legende vom heiligeti Gral and Staerk's Ueber den Ursprung der Grallelegende, 189-96 ; Jeremias' Im Kampfe u>n Babel und Bibel, 197-200 ; Paton's Studies in the Fairy Mythology of Arthurian Romance, 443 ; Soderblom's La vie ficture d'apri^s le ]\IazdHsme a la lumiere des croya^ices paralleles dans les autres religions, 1 04- 5

Nyanja tribe : folktale, 446

Nyassaland, see Angoniland ; Blan- tyre ; Chinamwanga ; Mang'anja tribe ; Mount Soche ; Mwenzo ; and Yao tribe

Oakley : Shrovetide rhyme, 167 Oatcake bannocks, see Cakes Obituary notices, 162-6 October, see Hallow Eve Octopus : Gorgon myth. 212-42 Odinic mythology, see Edda Ogham characters, no Ogowe tribes : Yassi, the crime- detector, 411

Oil : spilling unlucky, Malta, 85

Oldenburg : butterfly charm, 182

' Old man ' or ' lad's love', see Southernwood

Old Nick, see Devil

Old-World Survivals in Ross-shire, by S. Macdonald, 368-84

Olympia : double axe and shield as .symbols, 283 ; statues of Zeus at, 270-1, 287 ; thunderbolt honoured, 283 ; votive offerings at, 265-6, 273, 289

Omens : from animals, Angoni tribe, 62, Cambodia, 39, India, 38-41, 57, Italy, 46, Persia, 46-7, Tibet, 49 ; from bells, Basques, 43, Bretagne, 43 ; from birds, Azores, 136, India, 57, Italy, 43, Kashmir, 41, Kurds, 39, Lombards, 45, Malta, 85, Siberia, 38-9, Switzerland, 43, Teleut Tartars, 35 ; from coal dust or soot before door. New Year's Day, Malta, 84 ; from dreams, Italy, 46 ; from itching of parts of body, Ross-shire, 379 ; from maize cobs, Azores, 144 ; from moon eclipses, W. Australia, 340-1 ; from meal on New Years' Day, Malta, 84-5 ; from moths, Malta, 85 ; on New Year's Day, Malta, 84-5 ; from ornament of Tippoo Sultan's throne, 48 ; from replanting parsley, Malta, 85 ; of birth of Grand Lama, Tibet, 50 ; of death, Malta, 84-5, Scot- land, 98, 375, 377-9, W. Australia, 340; of drowning. Highlands, 301; of journey coming, Ross-shire, 379 ; of marriage, Azores, 144 ; of money coming, Ross-shire, 379; of visitors, Ross-shire, 378

Opossum : eaten by evening star, W. Australia, 352 ; fur for decora- tion, W. Australia, 327, 351 ; necklace from hair, Queensland, 321

Oracles, see Divination

Orange-tree : leaves in pillow under corpse, Malta, 83

Origin of Civilisation and the Primi- tive Co7idition of Man, The, by Lord Avebury, reviewed, 106-7

Orkney islands : {see also Stromness); folklore of, 8 : nightmare charm, 440 ; sprain charm, 372

Ornamental Patterns and Re-incarna- tion, by A. van Gennep, 312

Oudh : tile roof tabooed, 103