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Index.

Gleaning bell, Glos., 237 Glen Columbcille, see Kinallia Glen Garr : folk-tale, 330-1 Gleninagh : wells, 210-1, 213 Glenomera : " hungry grass," 456 ;

otter, 450 Glenquin : round stones, 50 Glensleade : offerings, 213 ; well, 210 Glory of the Shia World, The, by P. M. Sykes, reviewed, 268-70 Gloucester : Royal Oak Day, 298 Gloucestershire, see Bristol ; Brock- worth ; Brookthorpe ; Forest of Dean ; Gloucester ; Upton St Leonards Gloves : attached to funeral gar- lands, Hants, 321-2 Goat : charm for, Morocco, 149 ; creation of, Bushongo, 42 ; in folk-tales, Hausas, 62-5, Nigeria, 393 j in garne, Malays, 239 ; at Great Feast, Morocco, 134, 141 ; in lustration, E. Africa, 258 ; in masquerade, Morocco, 167-70 ; in proverbs, Norway, 217 ; sacri- ficed, Morocco, 141 ; has soul, A-Kamba, 256 Goblins : Silesia, 248 Goddesses : Assam, 521 ; Mediter- ranean, 279, 511 Gods : Assam, 267, 521 ; origin

of, Yoruba, 261-2 Godshill : church site changed,

311-2 Gold : omen from, India, 230 Gold Coast : ancestors, belief about, 256 ; animal worship not totemism, 99 Golden Bough, The, by J. G.

Frazer, reviewed, 497-506 Gold weights from Ashanti, 273-4 Gomme, Lady : exhibits by, 1, 275 Gomme, Sir G. L. : "Totemism

and Exogamy," 486-8 Good Friday : babies short-coated,

Hants, 325 ; parsley sown, 25 Gordium : magic knot, 184 Gospel trees, Glos., 238 Gotham : Stapleton's All about the Merry Tales of Gotham noticed, 400 Gourd : in folk-tale, 197 Grafting : under rising moon,

Glos., 238 Grainne, Finn's wife, 209, 212-3 Gran Chaco : Nordenski51d's In- dianlif reviewed, 519-20

Grapes : in folklore, Franche-

Comt6, 245 Grass and hay : in folklore,

Franche-Comt^, 245; "hungry

grass," Clare, 456 Graves : geomancy for, China,

265 ; vessels for entrails, Ashanti,

273

Graveyard, see Churchyard

Great Namaqualand : Hottentots, 119

Greek folklore : (see also Achaia ; Aetolia ; Arcadia ; Argolis ; At- tica ; Boeotia ; Caria ; Dorians ; Elis ; Epirus ; Greek islands ; Ionia ; lonians ; Laconia ; Lycia ; Lydia ; Megara ; Mycenae ; Opun- tian Locrians ; Phigaleia ; Phocis ; Tegea) ; cabbage in, 113 ; draping images, 198 ; folk-tales, 185, 249-50 ; Hamilton's Greek Saints and their Festivals reviewed, 250; horse worship, 200; Aaoypa^ia reviewed, 248-50 ; marriage cus- toms, 249 ; Midas story, 183-202 ; On the Alleged Evidence for Mother-Right in Early Greece, by H. J. Rose, 277-91, 493-4

Greek islands, see Crete ; Cyprus ; Kalaureia ; Rhodes ; Scyros

Greek Saints and their Festivals, by M. Hamilton, reviewed, 250

Grenoside : sword dances, 130

Greyhound, see Dog

Grey's Foot : funeral garlands, 322

Grim in place-names, Hants, 309- 10

Grison : hemp-dressing parties, 115

Ground-ash : as whip, Cheshire, 18-9

Ground-nut : in folk-tale, Hausas, 70-1

Guardian spirits : Amerindians, 100-2, 363

Guinea-corn : ash as salt, Hausas,

465 Gujarat, see Valabhi Gunpowder : smoke drives off evil

spirits, Morocco, 140, 143 Gypsies, see Gipsies

Haddon, A. C. : review by, — M'Clintock's Along the Old North Trail, 126-8

Hades : Papuans, 126

Hag-stones, 3