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Index.

545

Sverige och Finland, 251-2 ; short

notice by, — Islandica, vol. iii,

270-1 Fareham : bull-baiting, 324 ; fishing

custom, St Peter's Day, 325-6 Farighy : legend, 336; well, 210 Faringdon : funeral garlands, 321 Farnborough : Cromwell tradition,

312 Farnham : old way, 310 Faroe islands : ballad-dances, 32,

37-8 Fasting : France, 245 ; Morocco,

134-S. 142 Father-and-Son Combat type of

folk-tales, 106 Father-right, see Agnation or

father-right Faune et Flore Populaires de la

Franche-Comte, by Ch. Beau-

quier, reviewed, 244-5 Faust legends, 106 Fawcett, F. : review by, — Gopalan

Nair's Wynad, 524-6 Feakle : well, 210; white witch,

205 Feasts, see Festivals Feathers : in beds, England, 264 ;

in burial cause drought, Bohemia,

264 Fern : burning brings rains, Staffs.,

24 ; dust heals cuts, Clare, 456 Fern-owl : injures calves, Hants,

306 Ferret : in cure for whooping

cough, Clare, 57 Festivals : Assam, 521 ; Clare, 208 ;

Great Feast, Morocco, 131-82

(plates) ; of Greek saints, 250 ;

May, Hants, 326 ; planting,

Glos., 238; Revels, Hants, 297,

300-3, 326 ; Spring, China, 265 ;

Sweden, 251-2 ; wakes, England,

34-6 ; Whit Monday, Hants, 325 Fetishism : in folk-tales, Congo,

518; hereditary, Dahomey, 99;

hunting fetish, Bushongo, 42

(plate) Fevers : caused by evil eye, India,

75-6 Few Norwegian Proverbs, A, by E.

E. Speight, 213-8 Fez : (see also Berbers) ; Great

Feast, 132-3, 136, 139, 147-8, 152,

154, 171, 173 ; masquerade, 174-

5, 177, 181 ; places of prayer, 138

(plate) ; saying, 156

2 M

FF Communications reviewed, 529

Field spirits : India, 230-1

Fifty Hausa Folk-Tales, by A. J. N. Tremearne, (31-6) 60-73, 218- 28, 341-8, 457-73 _

Fighting, ceremonial : Morocco, 140

Fig-tree : sacred, 255 ; wild, ances- tral spirits live in, E. Africa, 255-6, 258

Fingerbones, see Bones

Finger-rings, see Rings, finger

Fingers : forefinger poisonous, 27

Finland: folk-tales, 242, 246; Norlind's Latinska Skolsanger i Sverige och Finland reviewed, 251-2

Finn sagas : Clare, 209, 449, 452 ; Irish elk in, 451

Finnor : well, 210

Fire: amulets against, 112, Clare, 58-9, 456 ; by friction, Bushongo, 387 ; lights caused by spirits, E. Africa, 258 ; midsummer customs, Bretagne, 513, Clare, 206-8; origin of, Bushongo, 42-3, in folk-tales, 246 ; sacred image puts out, Clare, 58 ; not taken out of house, Clare, 203 ; theft of, in folk-tale, Papuans, 126

Firewood : omen ^ruin, India, 230

Firstfruits : cabbage, to Apollo, 113

Fir-tree : in folklore, Franche- Comt^, 245

Fish in folklore : (see also Eel ; Flying fish) ; creation of fish, Bushongo, 42 ; in folk-tale, Hausas, 342-4 ; ' gold weights ' in shape of, Ashanti, 274 ; myths, Assam, 521 ; tabued, Papuans, 126

Fish-eagle : in folk-tale, E. Africa, 260

Fishing customs and beliefs : Bretagne, 513-4; Bushongo, 390; Clare, 450, 453-4 ; Malabar, 524-

5 ; St Peter's Day, Hants, 325-

6 ; Yoruba, 262

Fits : amulets against, Devon, 3 Flamborough : funeral garlands,

321 Five Sisters as plant name,

Limerick, 57 Flag : at Great Feast, Morocco,

139