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474

Index,

Outcast Child type of folktales, 34-5,

42-3

Oziter Isles, by A. Goodrich-Freer. reviewed, 99-100

Owl : as bird of Athens, 280, and Athena, 268, 281 ; in votive offer- ing, 2S0, Delphi, 268 ; at ^\^litsun Ale, Woodstock, 171, 173, {plate)

Ox : spirit of dead in, Chipeta tribe, 62 ; in time cycle, China, 297

Oxford : chimneysweeps' procession. May Day, 170-1 ; garlands carried and hung in churches, May Day, 170; ghosts, 66-7, 173, 1S4 ; revels, May and Whitsun, 175 ; suicides, burial of, 73-4

Oxfordshire : {see also Ashford Mill ; Baldon; Bampton; Beckley: Blen- heim Park ; Burford : Charlbury ; Charlton - on - Otmoor ; Cowley Marsh ; Cowley's Corner ; Crowell ; Dorchester ; Drayton ; Enstone ; Fawler ; Glyme, river ; Hase- ley ; Ileadington ; Hook Nor- ton ; Ickford ; Iffley ; Ipsden : Islip ; Kiddington ; Kirtlington ; Leafield; Little Tew; Long Comp- ton ; March Baldon ; Milton Com- mon; Muncle ; Northbrook ; North- leigh; Nuneham Courtenay; Oak- ley; Oxford; Sandford St. Martin; Shipton-under-Wychwood ; Spels- bury; Steeple Barton; Stanton Harcourt ; Stanton St. John ; Stonesfield; Tetsworth: Wheatley ; Woodperry House ; Woodstock : Wootton ; Wychwood Forest ; and Yarnton) ; Lorenzo Dow in popular tradition, 410-2; Oxfordshire Folk- lore, by VV. H.Jewitt, 183-5 '■> song, Nov. 5, 176; Stray Notes on Oxfordshire Folklore, by P. Man- ning, 65-74, 167-77, 410-4

Oyster shells, as chastity badges, W. Australia, 327, 334

Padlock, see Lock

Painting body in patterns, W. Aus- tralia, 327, 330, 332

Palaora : smelting by Basuto, 117-8

Palermo : Anubis vase, 232 ; cinerary urns, 226 : St. George and the Dragon, 236 ; Temple frieze, 230, 232

Palestine,Jf<' Harran ; Jerusalem ; and Sodom

Palmettes, on Etruscan pottery, 270

Palmistry, China, 115

Palm-tree : tales in legend of Holy

Family, Azores, 136-7: in votive

offering, Delphi, 268 Pamphlets presented to Folk-Lore

Society, see Books Panamara: hair as votive offering, 267 Panjab, see Punjab Pansy ; in fado or song, Azores, 146 Papers read at meetings of Folk-Lore

Society, 1-3, 5-7, 113, 115,209-10,

322 Parasol : as symbol of royalty, Benares,

35 Parata (Carnival), Malta, 79 Paris, Gaston, death of, 164-6 Parrot : feathers as necklace, Queens- land, 321 : name used, W^hitsun Ale, Woodstock, 171 Parrot-macaw ; clan name, Zuni, 430 Parsley : omen of death, Malta, 85 Patagonia : Polynesian graves, 239 Patani : supernatural elephant, 47-8 Pathals : boils, cure for, loi Patterns from python skin, Madagas- car, 312 Pavia : Lombard kings, election of,

45-6 Pawnee Indians : future life, beliefs

about, 200 Peace : assigned to West region of

space, Zuiii, 430 Peach : amulet in shape of, China,

115, 296 {plate) Peach-tree : on amulet, China, 296 ; blossom hung in doorways. New Year, China, 296 Peacock, Miss M. : An Episcopal Life-Index, 188 ; Fifth of Novem- ber Customs, 8990, 188 ; Jus Primes Noctis, 419-20 ; Land Ris- ing Supernaturally, 181-2 : St. Mark's Eve, 94 Pearl shells, see Shells Peggs, Mrs J. A., Some Notes on the Habits and Folklore of the Natives of Roebuck Bay, Western Aus- tralia, 322-3, 324-67 (plates) Pelew Pelew, dances. New Caledonia,

253 Pelican : assigned to North Region

of space, Zufii, 430 Pentland Firth : wind-selling, 302 Perceval, story of. 442 Perseus, story of: Gorgon Myth,

212-42 Perseus type of folktale, 447