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Index.

tions of Folk-Lore Society, 491-2 ; rolling burning wheels, 45 Hewelsfield : fairies, 177-8; popular derivation of, 163 ; witchcraft,

172-3

Highlands : [see also under names of counties); dances, 2io; New Year festival, 210-11 ; sucker, 441

Hippopotamus : in proverb, Loango, 403 ; as token, Bantu, 232

Hobljyhorse, JPadstow, I, 59-60 {plates)

Hodgson, Miss M. L. : exhibits by, 5 ; Some Notes on the Huculs, 5, 48

Hogmanay, see New Year

Holed stones, see Stones

Holm-oak, see Ilex

Honey : comb eaten. Midsummer Day, Morocco, 36-7 ; offered to Nereids, Greeks, 21 ; yield in- creased by dung fires, Morocco, 28

Honorary members elected, 9

Hope, W. St. John, exhibit by, 2

Horn : in cimaruta amulet, Naples, 135, 146-7, 154, 157

Horse : amulet for, 141 ; bathed, on l-'ansara day, Morocco, 31 ; black, in folktale, Eleusis, 24 ; black, in game, Argyllshire, 96 ; cured by burning wild cat, Morocco, 46 ; in lullaby, Argyllshire, 456-7 ; patrons of, S. Germany, q.81 ; sympathetic cure for, Cambridge- shire, 337 ; treated with mid- summer fire, Morocco, 29 ; white- bellied, bag from to catch ghosts, Wales, 339-40 ; witches' power over, Cambridgeshire, 187-8 ; wooden, of Troy, Astypolaia, 22 ; yellow, in game, Barra island, 89

Horse-shoe : dedicated, S. Germany, 482 ; keeps duppy away, Jamaica, 70, 74 ; in rhyme, Argyllshire, 459

Hottentots : (see also Korannas) ; chieftainship, succession to, 354-5 ; migration of, 353 ; taboos, 355

House : destroyed nightly as . built, Monmouthshire, 64-5 ; doorpost sprinkled to exclude snakes, Morocco, 33 ; in dream, Jamaica,

77 Hovas, Madagascar, 228, 230 Hoxton : grotto building, 181 Huculs, Some Notes on the, by Miss

M. L. Hodgson, 5, 48-55 Hundreds in Oxfordshire manors, 124 Hungary, see Huculs

Hunting: unluckyrequest, Jamaica, 68

Husain's tower in procession, Cal- cutta, 257

Hyena : shape-shifting into, Abys- sinia, 235

Hyssop : in coffin, Monmouthshire, 66

Iceland : Annandale's The Faroes and Iceland: Studies in Island Life reviewed, 486-9 ; Vigfusson and Powell's Origittes Islandicae re- viewed, 358-62

Ida Uger'd tribe, Morocco ; mid- summer customs, 36-7 ; ploughing custom, 39

Idi^es Religiezises des Fan, Les, by E. Allegret, reviewed, 109-13

Ides : of all months sacred to Jupiter, 263 ; of August, Diana's birthday, Rome, 332 ; day after, a black day, Rome, 332

Idols or images, see Images, sacred

Iguvium : oaths at, 272

Ifton (Nigeria) : secret society, 437

Ilex : leaves &c. in corona civica,, Rome, 307

" I'll put my Foot in the Fire," by A. Lang, 98

Images, sacred : fetishes, Congo, 376-86 {plate)

Imerina tribe, see Hovas

Imprecations : drive off good spirit, Jamaica, 74

Imps, see Demons and evil spirits

Incubi, 412, 415

India, see Bengal ; Gondicha ; and Malabar

Indian corn, see Maize

Iniknafen tribe : midsummer customs,

29. 34 Initiatory ceremonies: Australia, ro6,

224 ; Bushmen, 354 ; Madagascar,

229-30 Insects in folklore : {see also Ant ;

Bee; Beetle; Caterpillar; Cricket;

Firefly ; Flea ; Louse ; Mantis ;

Scorpion ; attd Spider) ; duppies

as, Jamaica, 70 Invergloy : The Devil in Glencoe,

and other Stories, by Miss D.

Bailey, i, 61-2 Inverness-shire : {see also Beauly ;

Glengarry; Lochaber; awr/Spean);

game, 341 Ionian islands, see Cephalonia ; and

Zakynthos Iran, ancient, sec Persia