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Index.

Echinoderms, see Sea-urchins

Eckington : unlucky to meet woman, 241

Eclipses : China, 264

Edenvale : churning charm, 340

Edo, see Nigeria

Eel : in proverb, Manipur, 474

Eggs : bat's, unlucky, Clare, 452 ; cock's, Clare, 452 ; duck's, not eaten, Hants, 306 ; in folk-song, Morocco, 135 ; in folk-tales, Con- go, 518, Hausas, 344-5 ; given to masquers, Morocco, 164 ; not ■gashed, Clare, 203-4 Eglise, L\ et la Sorcelkrie, by J. Frangais, reviewed, 509-10

Egypt : {see also Sudan) ; king of E. in folk-tale, Hausas, 68 ; stea- topygous images, 511 ; transmis- sion of folk-tales, 106-7

Elder-tree : asking leave to cut, Lines., 24 ; not burnt. Staffs., 24, Hants, 235-6 ; in folk-tales, Bre- tagne, 187-8 ; leaves as amulets, Clare, 53 ; rag offerings, Clare, 213

Elephant : in folk-tales, Congo, 517, Hausas, 223-5, 459-6i ; in game, Acheh, 240

Elf darts, see Fairies

Elijah : Khwaja Khizr, 269

Elis : {see also Pisa) ; Sosipolis, 281

Elk : in Finn sagas, 451

Elves, see Fairies

England : {see also under counties) ; feather beds, 264

Ennis : amulet, 52 {plate) ; charm, 60 ; horse skulls buried, 54 ; "taking butter," 341; wishing cave, 54

Ephesos : deities, 279

Epidauros : tribal name, 493

Epirus, see Dodona

Epiphany : blessing the waters, Mt Athos, 130

Eratocritos, The, 249

Erribul : well, 211

Eshu, deity, Yoruba, 262, 394, 397

Essential Unity of Folklore, The, by Miss C. S. Burne, 4, 14-40

Esthonia : w^ater-demons, 376

Ethnology of A-Kamba and other East African Tribes, by C. W. Hobley, reviewed, 252-61

Euphorbia : symbol of deity, As- sam, 521

Evil eye : amulets against, Devon, 3, India, 76-7, Morocco, 150, 152 ; belief in, Clare, 204, France, 245, India, 75-6 ; charm against, India, 76

Evil spirits, see Demons and evil spirits

Ewe, see Sheep

Excavations in the Island of Pseira, Crete, by R. B. Seager, reviewed, 39S-9

Excalibur, Arthur's sword, 496

Exhibits and Museums Committee, 8

Exhibits at meetings, 1-3, 5-6, 8, 130. 273-5, 401

Exogamy : Lord Avebury's views discussed, 402-25 ; Dr. Frazer's theory discussed, 84-93, 364-74, 488-91 ; early Greece, 277-8, 494 ; Haidas, 287

Eyam : funeral garlands, 322

Eye diseases : cured by Helios, iii ; well water, Clare, 21 1-2

Eyes : in charm, Morocco, 151 ; not eaten jointly, Morocco, 146 ; painted. Great Feast, Morocco, 134 ; paints for, Morocco, 149 ; single fore-seeing eye in folk- tale, Hausas, 68-9

Fables and Fairy Tales for Little Folk, by M. and N. Tremearne, noticed, 272

Fahan : ogham inscription, 52 {plate)

Fairies : amulets against, Clare, 53 ; charm against, Clare, 59 ; elf darts, Antrim, 274 ; fairy- rings, Wales, 512 ; in folk-tales, Devon, 48-9, Silesia, 246, 248 ; " pixies' love letters," Devon, 3 ; querns etc., Clare, 53 ; unlucky to throw dust etc. towards ' forts,' Clare, 203 ; Wales, 512

Fairs : Bristol, 237 ; Upton St Leonard's, Glos., 236-7; Wood- cote, Oxon., 39-40

Faithful John type of folk-tales, 68-

73 Faithful Wife tvpe of folk-tales,

516 Familiar spirits : in folk-tales,

Silesia, 248 Familiars, obtaining : Banks'

islands, 92 Faraday, Miss L. W. : review by, —

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