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Crooke, W., Betrothing Custom, 1 14 ; reviews by, — MacCulloch's The Childhood of Fiction, 503-5 ; Francis's The JAtaka, or Stories of the Buddha's Former Births, vol. V, 498-50 ; Reed's The Negritos of Zambales, 120-22 ; Dracott's Simla Village Tales, or Folk- Tales from the Himalayas, 501 -3

Cropping Animals' Ears, by J. Smeaton Chase, 72-3

Cross : in amulets, Spain, 469 (plate) ; on coin in elf- bags, N.W. Ireland, 202 ; of straw, amulet against fire, Ireland, 325

Crow : in beast fables, Cairo, 196 ; dwells on poisoned hazel-tree, 58, 165; in folktale, Bretagne, 313-4; name of death goddess &c. , Erin, 166 ; as phratry, Australia, 24, 1 10, 242, 246 ; white, eye salve firom, Cairo, 198

Crown : of acorns, Ireland, 168 ; of flowers, Ireland, 1 68 ; of oak -leaves, Greece and Italy, 315

Croydon : Vicar's Oak, 322-3

Cruachan : palace, 160

Crustacea in folklore : [see also Crab) ; claw as amulet, Spain, 458

Crystal-gazing, 231-3, 373-4

Cuan O'Lothchain the poet, 161-2

Cuchulainn sagas : competition for championship, 168, 334-5 ; C. &c back-footed, 131-2, 135, 138; em bodiment of sun god, 163-4, 169 335 ; Gawain the British equiva lent of C, 338, 427; gold cup 168, 335; the mating of C, 163 326; The Sick-bed of C, 148-50, 158-9

Cuckoo : customs on first seeing, 278

Culross : apple-tree of St Serf, 328 life of St Kentigern at, 329-30

Cult of the Heavenly Twins, The. by J. Rendel Harris, reviewed 493-8

Cumall, father of Finn, 427-9, 438

Cumberland, see Edenhall ; Mun- caster ; Tearne-wadling ; and Workington

Cumhal, see Cumall

Cup, magic, of Irish kings, 152-3, 155, 169

Curapira, wood genius, Brazil, 135

Cure of Elf-Shooting in the North- West of Ireland, by Rev. J. Meehan, 130, 200-10

Curoi, King, see King Curoi

Custom and Belief in the Icelandic

Sagas, by Miss L. W. Faraday,

386, 387-426 Cyclops type of folktales, 504 Cynwyl Gaeo : inscribed stone, 4 1 -2 Czech Ethnographical Review, The,

reviewed, 251-2

Daghda, The, 170, 325

Dahomey : serpent god, 268-70

Daire Doimthech, 342

Dalhousie Castle : the Edgewell Oak, 322

Dalkeith : the Edgewell Oak, 322

Dalian Forgaill the poet, 69

Dames, M. Longworth, Popular Poetry of the Baloches, 8-9

Danbe, serpent god, Dahomey, 268-70

Dances: Amazulu, 473-4 (plates), 476-7 ; Australia, 489 ; Moqui Indians, i ; Philippines, 122; sword, 382-3; war, 477; wedding, 279- 80, 474 (plates), 476

Danu, Irish goddess, 28

Darling river : tribal All-Father, 175

Datestone, as amulet, Italy and Spain,

463 Dathe, the tree of, 63-5, 68-9 Dathi, King, see King Dathi Day of Atonement : sacrifice on eve,

Jews, 275-6, 281 Days and Seasons : April, 48 ; Ascen- sion Day, 271 ; August, 44, 162,311, 333; Autumn, 416, 418; IBaba, 197; Baramhat, 197 ; Beltane, feast of, 29-30, 64-5, 325 ; Candlemas, 325 ; Candlemas Eve, 325 ; Carnival, 258; Christmas Day, 3 1 1 ; Christmas Eve, 270, 277, 339 ; Christmastide, 262-3, 270,277,311,339,414,417-8; Day of Atonement, 275-6, 281 ; Decem- ber, 44, 262-3, 270, 283, 311, 339, 383, 414, 417-8 ; Dioscuri in calen- dar, 495 ; Dusserah festival, 269, 274; Easter, 7, 263, 280, 470 ; Feb- ruary, 263, 325, 420; Friday, 197, 280 ; Good Friday, 280 ; Hallow Eve, 58, 21 1-2, 319-20; Innocents' Day, 383; January, 197, 271, 281,

338-9, 341 ; July, 43-4; June, 141,

311,417; Lammas, 44; Lent, 258; Lugnassad festival, 44, 162; March, 197 ; May, 29-30, 45, 48-50, 64, 262, 382, 384, 434; May Day, 30, 45, 48-50, 64, 262, 434; May Eve, 48 ; Midsummer, 141,