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Index.

Clare, 56 ; in Midsummer fire, Clare, 208 ; of sacrifice danger- ous, Morocco, 156 ; in toothache charm, Clare, 58

Bonfires, see Fire

Books presented to Folk-Lore Society, 8, 275-6

Borneo : (see also Dyaks) ; hypno- tic swinging, 240

Botley : witch, 314

Bottle, spirit in, Silesia, 248

Bowers : annual custom, Hants, 296 ; Oxon., 296

Box-tree : used on Palm Sunday, France, 245 ; wreath tracks drowned, France, 245

Boys : at Great Feast, Morocco, 133

Braber, see Berbers

Bracelet : in charm, Morocco, 148

Brading : bull ring, 324 ; stocks,

324

Brahma, 526

Bramdean : Civil War tradition, 312 ; stones, 308

Bramley : May-houses, 296

Bramshaw : hearth-right tenures, 295-6

Bran, Finn's dog, Clare, 449

Branchidai : shrine, 281

Brand's Popular Antiquities : new- edition, 10, 14-6, 232-3, 485-6

Brasiai : Dionysos, 281

Breaghva : meaning, 450

Breffy : meaning, 450

Bretagne : (see also Crozon ; Karn ; Ploumanach ; Portzall ; Poul- dour ; Quinper) ; folk-tale, 186-7 ! S^billot's Bretagne Pittoresque et Legendaire reviewed, 513-5 ; S^billot's Les Joyeuses Histoires de Bretagne reviewed, 109-10

Bricklayer: song, Hesse, 113

Bristol : fair, 237

British Columbia, see Haidas ; Shushwap Indians

Brittany, see Bretagne

Brixton (I. of W.) : Long Stone, 309

Broadford : well, 211

Broadsides : France, 508

Broadwood, Miss L. E. : reviews by, — Brandstetter's Renward Cy- sat, Schweizerisches Archiv fiir Volksktmde, and Grosimund's Volkslieder aus dem Kanton Solothurn, 11 4-7

Brockenhurst : church not oriented,

307

Brockworth : feud, 236-7

Brookthorpe : feud, 236-7

Broom : whips from tabued, Salop, i8

Buandik tribe : marriage customs, 406-S

Buckinghamshire, see Long Cren- don ; Slough

Buffalo : in folk-tale, Hausas, 457-8

Bull, see Cattle

Bull-baiting : St Stephen's Day, Clare, 206 ; Shrove Tuesday, Hants, 324

Bullock, see Cattle

Bull-roarer : invention, Bushongo, 43 ; Yoruba, 262

Bumba, Bushongo deity, 41

Bunratty : folk-tale, 456 ; penny- wort cures, 456 ; rat parliament, 452-3 ; well, 210-1

Burial alive, Ireland, 55

Burial customs and beliefs, see Death and funeral customs and beliefs

Burma : in folk-tale, 195-6

Burne, Miss C. S. : The Essential Unity of Folklore, 4, 14-40 ; ex- hibits by, 5-6, 401 ; Virgins' Garlands, 496 ; review by, — Ceredig Davies' Folklore of West and Mid-Wales, 51 1-3

Burne, Miss M. : Parish Gleanings from Upton St Leonard's, Glou- cestershire, 236-9

Burning Elder-wood, by R. M. Heanley, 235-6

Burning the Skimmington, Glos.,

^37

Burren : bell, 336 ; bell legend, 336 ; gathering-place, 208 ; legendary cow, 338 ; stations, 335

Bushmen : Mediterranean cult im- ages, 511 ; Theal's The Yellow and D ark-Skinned People of Africa South of the Zambesi reviewed, 117-23

Bushongo, Les, by E. Torday, reviewed, 386-91

Bushongo Mythology, by E. Tor- day, I, 41-7 (plates)

Bush-souls, loo-i

Butter, see Dairy customs and beliefs

Butterfly : soul dwelling, Clare, 455