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Index.

537

Bye-Gones relating to Wales and the Border Counties noticed, 400

Cabbage: in folklore, 113

Cadnam : oak buds, Christmas Day, 304

Cahermactire : meaning, 450

Caherminaun : gathering-place, 208

Cakes : Bristol fair, 237 ; in divination, Clare, 205 ; wafers, Hants, 324

Calendar Customs of the British Isles, 232-3 ; Report of the " Brand " Committee, 485-6

Calendar folklore, see Days and seasons

Camel : in folk-tale, Hausas, 467 ; in masquerade, Morocco, 162, 164-5, 168, 175-6, 179; sacri- ficed, Morocco, 141 ; as scape- goat, Arabia, 179 n

Camphor : customs in seeking, Malays, 241

Canada : {see also British Col- umbia) ; Canadian Folk-Lore Society : First Annual Report. noticed, 399 ; creator, 424

Cancer : cure, Wilts, 305-6

Candles : blessed to cure animals, France, 245

Cane, see Reed

Cannibalism : in folk-tale, Papu- ans, 126

Cantabri : mother-right, 278

Cape Colony, see Umtamouna river

Cappafeeaun : well, 210

Cappagh : well, 210

Cappavilla : well, 211

Carhoo : stations, 335

Caria, see Miletos

Carmarthenshire, see Llandovery

Carnelly : sacrifice to Devil, 51 ; stoat's revenge, 452 ; wren hunt- ing, 207

Carnival : compared with Moorish masquerade, 181 ; masque, Bo- hemia, 516; Scyros, 249

Carran : ploughing custom, 58

Carrigahoit : well, 211

Carrigfoile Castle : raven legend,

453 Carrigogunnell Castle : pennywort

cures, 456 Carrot : in folklore, Franche-

Comt6, 245 Carrow : well, 211

Cassowary : flesh tabued, Papuans, 126

Castile : ballads, 30

Castleton : Garland Day, 299

Castletown (Clare) : pattern, 334 ; well, 210

Cat : (see also Wild cat) ; built up alive, Ireland, 54-5 ; cat- rabbit, Clare, 451 ; excluded after a death, China, 264 ; in folk-tale, Hausas, 70-1 ; omens from, Clare, 204, 450, India, 230 ; in place-names, Clare, 450 ; in proverbs, Glos., 239, Manipur, 474, Norway, 215, 218; in salu- tation, Clare, 54 ; skull as amulet, Devon, 3

Catamenia : tabu during, Morocco,

134 Caterpillar : charm against, Clare, 339 ; creeps down throat, Clare, 454-5 ; dangerous, Clare,

454

Cat's Cradles from Many Lands, by K. Haddon, noticed, 128

Cattle : (see also Bull-baiting) ; brands, Bantu, 252 ; bull heads, Crete, 399 ; bull in folk-tale, Hausas, 467 ; bull ghost, A- Kamba, 256 ; Christmas Bull, Wilts, 302 ; cow images, Greece, 199-200; cures for, Clare, 58, 339 ; Dionysus as bull, 199 ; driven through midsummer fire, Clare, 206-8 ; in folk-tales, 195, Hausas, 467, Nigeria, 393-4 ; ghosts of, A-Kamba, 256 ; at Great Feast, Morocco, 134 ; horns at fair, Hants, 300-2 ; legendary, Clare, 338 ; omen from, India, 230 ; ox ears in folk- tale, India, 195 ; patron saint of cattle-herds, Switzerland, 115; in place-names, Clare, 338 ; pro- tective charm, Clare, 59 ; in proverbs, Norway, 215-6; sacri- ficed, Morocco, 141 ; shrew- mouse injures, Hants, 303

Cauvery river : marriage of god- dess, 229

Caves : Morocco, 179-80 ; Wales, 512 ; wishing cave, Clare, 54

Cecrops, 284, 289

Celts as thunderbolts, Antrim, 3

Cent et Une Nuits, Les, by M. Gaudefroy-Demombynes, re- viewed, 375-7