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Ross-shire : {see also Applecross ; Black Isle; a«c/Munlochy) ; games, 8i, 347-8, 455

Rostrevor : legend of Fin MacCoul, 1 86

Roumania : {see also Prut) ; founda- tion custom, gipsies, 422 ; legend of Archangel Gavriil, 419-21

Rouse, W. H. D. : election as presi- dent, 4, 6 ; President's Address, 5, 14-26

Ruafa tribes, Morocco, 27

Ruardean : droll, 178-9

Rue : in coffin, Monmouthshire, 66 ; sprig of rue or cimaruta amulet, Naples, 132-61

Rules of Folk-Lore Society, 3

Rules or scales protect from duppies, Jamaica, 71

Rupture, charm against, Monmouth- shire, 65

Russia : {see also Ukraine) ; folklore, collection of, 16 ; ikon, 369 ; mid- summer bonfire, 46 ; swinging rite, 461

Ruthenians, see Bojki ; Huculs ; and Lemki

Sabines : {see also Fidenae) ; aborigines of Rome, 278 ; driven from Rome by waters, 290 ; king Titus Tatius, 301 ; P. Velerius, 303

Sacra Nonalia, Rome, 331

Sacrifice : 475 ;

animal, — Europe, 44, 46 ; Lesbos, 20 ; Loango, 3S4 ; Morocco, 41 ; Nigeria, 435, 438 ; Rome, 331 ; human, — at foundation, 422; Rome,

326-7 ; to Thor, Iceland, 359 ; to dead, Iceland, 359 ; to Nereids, Greeks, 21

Sagas, see Folktales

Sagenschaiz der Stadt Weimar, by E. and P. Mitzchke, reviewed, 493

Sahiil tribe, Morocco : on midsummer customs, 29, 36

Sahasoa : animal taboo, 229

St. Anne's well, Trelleck, 166

St. Anthony's Day : V^lessing animals, S. Italy, 155

St. Antonio, Cero of, Gubbio, 254-5 {plate)

St. Bartholomew's Day : charm for eyes, Monmouthshire, 67

St. Blaise, in legend of Merlin, 412

St. Briavel's : charmer, 167-8 ; folk- lore from, 161-79

St. Cuthbert's beads, encrinites as,

333 St. Damian, in procession, Palermo,

251 St. Demetra, in folktale, Eleusis, 24 St. Elijah, Huculs, 50 St. Florus as one of Dioscuri, 21 St. George : Huculs, 50 ; in May

song, Padstow, 58 ; as patron of

animals, S. Germany, 482 St. Gervasius as one of Dioscuri, 21 St. Giorgio, Cero of, Gubbio, 254-5 St. Giovanni, procession of, Florence,

243-4 St. Hilda's destruction of snakes,

333-4 St. James's Day and Grottoes, by F.

G. D'Aeth, 180-2 St. Januarius : on amulet, 154 vSt. John's Beard flower, see Goat's

beard spirrea St. John's Day : in charm, Val de

Morgins, 466 St. John's Eve : charm made on, Val

de Morgins, 466 St. John's Feast, Huculs, 54 St. Kastulos one of Dioscuri, 20 St. Kilda : dance, 208 St. Koloman, as patron of animals, S.

Germany, 482 St, Laurus as one of Dioscuri, 21 St. Leonard as patron of animals, S.

Germany, 481 St. Margaret of Cortona as moon

goddess, 145 St. Mary Magdalene as moon goddess,

145 St. Nicholas (Glam.) : Castle Corrig

cromlech, 339 St. Paulinus, in dancing tower, Nola,

247-8 St. Peter: in charms. Wye valley, 167 ;

in folktale, Bulgaria &c. , 490-1 St. Polyeuctes one of Dioscuri, 20 St. Protasius one of Dioscuri, 20- 1 St. Rosalia, festival of, Palermo, 250-I Saints: Dioscuri as, 20-1; Moorish,

32 St. Stephen, as patron of animals, S.

Germany, 482 St. Ubaldo, Cero of, Gubbio, 251-6

{plate) St. Willibald, as patron of animals, S.

Germany, 482 St. Wolfgang, as patron of animals, S.

Germany, 482 Sakesali devils, Shortland islands, 115