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Index.

Baboon : on spirit hill, Nyasaland,

257 Babylonia : draping images, 198 Badger : dog-badger, Clare, 451 ;

two kinds, Clare, 451 Baganda, see Uganda Bagpipes : in folk-tale, Brittany,

187 Baiame, All Father, 413-7, 420-1 Bakongo, 386 Bakuba, see Bushongo Balance-sheet of Folk-Lore Society,

13 Ballads, see Folk-songs Ballycoree : well, 210 Ballycroum : well, 212 Ballykinvarga, 208 Ballynagun : stations, 335 Bally necally : well, 210 Balochis : marriage customs, 427-

8, 433-5

Baluba : amongst Bushongo, 41 ; mythology, 45

Bambala : 389 ; amongst Bushongo, 41 ; folk-tale, 42, 44

Bamboo : in folk-tale, 197

Bangola : mourning custom, 288

Bangongo : 388-9 ; among Bush- ongo, 41 ; myths, 43-5

Bankfoot : folk-tale, 330-1

Banks' islands : familiars, obtain- ing, 92 ; totemism, 92

Bankutu, 386

Bantu : (see also under tribal names) ; Hobley's Ethnology of A-Kamba and other East African Tribes reviewed, 252-61 ; off- shoot of Negro, 256 ; sexual in- tercourse, 365-6 ; totemism, 83, 102, 364 ; transmigration, 83 ; Theal's The Yellow and Dark- Skinned People of Africa South of the Zambesi reviewed, 117-

23 Banyan-tree : in folk-tale, 197 Bapende, 386 Baptism : amulet at, Clare, 58 ;

customs, Bretagne, 513-4 Barber : in folk-tales, 185-8, 190-4,

196, 202 Bari : fission of clan, 370-1 Barkinji : marriage customs, 407 Barley : as amulet, Morocco, 152 ; holy grain, Morocco, 152 ; at sac- rifice, Morocco, 142 Barnet : holly whip-stocks, 236 Baronga : haunted places, 256

Barrenness, see Birth customs and

beliefs Barrows, see Earthworks Bashilele : 386-7 ; migration legend,

46 ; origin of, 43 Basilisk : spirits as, Silesia, 248 Basingstoke : bull-baiting, 324 Basongo Meno, 386, 390 Basutos : totemism, 364 Bat : egg unlucky and malignant,

Clare, 452 ; omen from, Clare,

204, 453 Batetela, 386 Bathing : gives impudence, Ireland,

60 ; at Great Feast, Morocco,

132 Bavili : religion and organisation,

261 Beads, fowl which lays, Congo,

S18 Beans : in divination, Clare, 204-5 Beard : charm to get, Morocco,

150 Beast fables, 60-73, ^^9' 12 1-2,

218-28, 245-6, 341-8, 395-7, 457-

73. 517-8

Beating : ceremonial, Morocco, 161, 164-70, 178, 180; of chil- dren, China, 264 ; willow tabued, England, 18

Beauiieu Heath : earthwork tradi- tion, 312

Beaver, The, and " Foundation Sacrifice," by A. F. Chamber- lain, 235

Bechyn : popular beliefs, 516

Bee : lucky, Salop, 23 ; " tanging," Glos., 237; "telling the bees," England, 23-4

Beech-tree: gospel b., Glos., 238; in Whit Monday custom, Sussex, 299

Beehive : in charm, Morocco, 151

Beetle, see Cockroach ; Devil's coach-horse

Belemnite : as amulet, Liibeck, 274

Belgium : ( see also Antwerp ; Congo Beige) ; amulet, 3

Bell-ringing customs : Bucks., 320 ; Glos., 237; Hants, 298, 313, 319-20

Bells : Clare, 336-7 ; ghostly, Somerset, 495

Bell shrines, Clare, 336-7

Beni Ahsen : Great Feast, 144, 147, 165 ■