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Index.

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Charms and spells : {see also Amulets and talismans) ; against barrenness, Morocco, 28 ; cow ailments, Antrim, 241, Caithness, 336, Glencoe, 61, Suffolk, 337 ; 'a decline,' Wales, 339 ; disease, Anglo-Saxons, 363-5, Japan, 369, Morocco, 28, 32-3, Shortland Islands, 116; dislocations, St. Briavel's, 168 ; earth spirits, Morocco, 41 ; evil eye, Beauly, 242, 334-5 [plate) ; Morocco, 33-4, 36 ; eye diseases, Morocco, 41 ; fire, Val de Morgins, 466 ; ghosts, Jamaica, 70-1 ; hail, Germany, 45 ; paralysis, Japan, 369 ; misfor- tune, Jamaica, 77 ; nose-bleeding, St. Briavel's, 169-70 ; rupture, Monmouthshire, 65 ; scalds and burns, St. Briavel's, 168: snakes, Morocco, 33 ; storms, Germany, 45, Val de Morgins, 466 ; tooth- ache, St. Briavels, 168; vomiting, Jamaica, 77 ; whooping cough, Adisham, 225 ; witchcraft, Cam- bridgeshire, 189-90, Morocco, 33 ; at cromlechs, Wales, 339 ; to catch scorpions, Jamaica, 69-76; to curse enemy, Dorsetshire, 98, Gloucester- shire, 169, Monmouthshire, 66; to destroy waterspout, Greeks, 190-1 ; to ensure good new wine, Gubbio, 252 ; to foster bees, Morocco, 37 ; how to charm, Monmouth- shire, 168 ; to obtain husbands, Huculs, 50, Morocco, 34, 41 ; to obtain sunshine, Rome, 316 ; to obtain wish at new moon, Jamaica, 70; "Peter sat on a marble stone," Wye valley, 167 ; for rain, Rome, 268 ; to strengthen eyes, Mon- mouthshire, 67 ; to strengthen memory, Morocco, 33 ; written, ink vi^ashed off and drunk, St. Briavel's, 170 Charm-Stones, by Miss F. Barry,

335-6 Charon, modern Charos, Greeks, 21 Charrington, J., communication from,

61-2 Cheltenham : Devil's Town, 175 Chepstow : place rhyme, 67 Cnerub, in cimaruta amulet, Naples,

135. I5i> 157 Chicken : white, burnt at New Year, Morocco, 41, 46

Chick-peas: eaten ceremonially, midsummer, Morocco, 36, and at tent-pitching, Morocco, 39-40

Childbirth customs and beliefs, see Birth customs and beliefs

Children : {see also Birth customs and beliefs) ; praise unlucky to, Jamaica, 68 ; stolen by fairies, Monmouth- shire, 63 ; understand animals' language, Jamaica, 68

Children's games, see Games

Chimpanzee : beliefs about, Loango, 405 ; in proverb, Loango, 405 ; sacred, Loango, 396-S ; skin in sacred grove, Loango, 405

China : amulets, 369 ; divination blocks, 369 ; lottery set, 369

Chios : folklore collected by Paspatis,

17 Christian names, see Names Christmas : Feilberg's Jul: Alles-

jalestiden; Hedensk, Kristen Jiile-

fest reviewed, 366-7 Chthonian deities, 263, 273-4, 275,280 Chucks, game of: Scotland, 192-200 Church : submerged, Trelleck, 166 ;

wall, burial in, Grosmont, 175 Churchyard: "Devil's bit," St.

Briavel's, 174-5 > green lizard in is

duppy, Jamaica, 70 ; mock burial

for whooping cough, Adisham, 225 Churingas, Aranda tribe, 430 Churn or corn baby, Ulster, 129-30,

185-6 Cimaruta, The : its Structure and

Development, by R. T. Gtinther,

9, 131, 132-61 {plates) Circumcision : Aladagascar, 230 ;

taught by Twanjirika, Aranda

tribe, 430 Clans : Australia, 468 ; S. Africa,

355 Claudius Caesar : as Jupiter, 313 ; as

sun god, 317 Claudius Gothicus, emperor : as

Jupiter, 314 Clodd, E. ; review by, — Thomas'

Crystal- Gazing : Its History and

Practice, with a Discussion of the

Evidence for I'elepathic Scrying,

479-80 Cloudland, home of souls, Masai, 236 Cloughmore Stone : legend of Fin

MacCoul, 186 Clytie, lover of the sun, 264 Coast Murring tribe (Aus. ): 105;

origin of social reform, 103, 222