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Index.

Oyster shells : in burial rites, Loango, 400 ; for grotto, St. James's Day, London district, 1 80-2 ; in proverb, Loango, 401 ; in sacred grove, Loango, 401

Padstow : hobbyhorse, I, 56 {plate); Padstow " Hobby Hoss," 59-60 {plates) ; Padstow May songs, 56-8,

259 Palermo : festival of Santa Rosalia,

250-1, 259; Perseus legend, 351 Pales, deity, one of Penates, Romans,

296 Palestine, see Jerusalem Pamphlets presented to Folk-Lore

Society, see Books Panathenaion, ship in, 259 Papers read at meetings of Folk-Lore

Society, 1-2, 5, 7, 242, 370 Paralysis, charm against, Japan, 369 Parilia festival, Romans, 316 Parium : dedication to Hadrian, 314 Parsley : rhyme about, Monmouth- shire, 67 Partridge : in folktale, Loango, 400 ;

killed as charm, Loango, 400 ;

parts found in sacred grove, Loango,

400 ; sacred, Loango, 397 Parturition customs and beliefs, see

Birth customs and beliefs Pas de Calais, see Boulogne Patani : folksongs, 489 Pauhnus, St., see St. Paulinus Pawnee Indians : Dorsey's Traditions

of the Skidi Pawnee reviewed, 1 1 6-8 Peacock, E. A. W., Mysterious

Smoke, 224-5 Peacock, Miss AL : Burial in Effigy,

463-4 ; The Dancing-Towers of

Italy, 461 Pea plant : on grave prevents seeing

ghost, Jamaica, 74 Peas : eaten ceremonially, mid- summer, Morocco, 36 Peganum harmala : burnt as air- purifier, Khorasan, 138 Pegasus legend : survival of, Asty-

polaia, 22 Peleus and Thetis, modern version of,

Crete, 21-2 Pelias, myth of, 325 Peloponnesus : folktale, 23-4 Pelops, myth of, 325 Penallt : charm to curse enemy, 66 ;

fairies, 176 ; marriage custom, 65-6 Penates, Romans, 296

Penknife, see Knife

Pennyroyal: burnt, June 24, Morocco, 29 ; in charms, midsummer, Morocco, 34-5 ; as medicine &c., Morocco, 35-6

Pentacle as amulet, 157-9

Pentecost : Hebrew name for, 43

Pentrevoelas : crossed stone and charm, 339

Peppers : unlucky to carry, Jamaica, 68

Persephone : associated with cock, 148, and mistletoe or golden bough, Italy, 285 ; counterpart of Fortuna, 285 ; the search for, 264

Perseus, King, see King Perseus

Perseus legend, 350-1

Persia, ancient : charm at parturition, 152 ; eagle on world tree, 153

Perthshire: games, 86-7, 196-8; mum- ming play, 21 1 -16

Peter, "St., see '$>^. Peter

Philippine islands : folk-drama, 368

Phoenicians: sacred pillar, Malta, 130

Phonelical Study of the Eskimo Lan- guage, A, based on observations tnade on a Journey in North Greenland, igoo-i, by W. Thalbitzer, reviewed, 119

Phorbas, King, see King Phorbas

Picenum, see Urbisaglia

Picus, King, see King Picus

Piddington, J. G., Cutting a Water- spout, 190- 1

Pig : black, ghost as. Wye valle\-, 175 ; blood poured over fetish images, Loango, 378, 404, and used in medicines, Loango, 404 ; head in sacred grove, Loango, 404 ; in proverb, Loango, 404 ; sacred, Loango, 397-8, 405 ; sow of Alba Longa, 281 ; witch in shape of, Wye valley, 171 ; witch's power over, Cambridgeshire, 188, 190

Pigeon : as totem, Shortland islands, 114; uses herbs for keen sight.

Pigeon's grass : gives birds keen sight, 145

Pilgrimages, S. Germany, 481

Pillars, sacred : Malta, 130

Pin : bending as charm, Jamaica, 77 ; in footmarks injures witch, Cam- bridgeshire, 188 ; in games, Scot- land, 85; kills duppy, Jamaica, 70; unlucky gift, Jamaica, 69

Pixies, see Fairies

Place rhymes : Monmouthshire, 67