Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 22, 1911.djvu/595

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page needs to be proofread.


Index.

559

Netley Abbey : exhibit, 6 Newcastle-under-Lyme : church de- dication, 39 New England : All Father, 419 New Forest : curse, 313 ; hearth- right tenures, 295 ; mummers, 328 ; Rufus legend, 303 ; unlucky to bring palms indoors, 325 New Guinea, see Mekeo ; Papuan New Hebrides, see Banks' islands Newmarket-on-Fergus : (see also Urlanmore Castle) ; frogs in people's insides, 454 ; stations, 335 ; wells, 21 1-2 New South Wales, see Wellington Newt : causes abscesses, Hants,

306 ; dangerous, Clare, 454 Newton Valence : Devil at, 309 New Year's Day : gifts on, Glos. , 237-8 ; Hindu, 230 ; house not swept, China, 264; O.S., mas- querade, Algeria, 177, Morocco, 176-7, 179; rhymes on, Glos., 237-8 ; unlucky to throw out dust, etc., Clare, 203 ; water sprinkled, Pembrokeshire, 399 Nguu country : haunted wood,

258 Nicobar islands : ship procession,

181 Nigeria : animal worship not totemism, 99 ; Thomas' Anthro- pological Report on the Edo- speaking Peoples of Nigeria reviewed, 391-8 ; hunting custom,

301 ; Dennett's Nigerian Studies reviewed, 261-3

Night-hunters, Silesia, 248 Night-jar, see Fern-owl Nightwatchman : songs, Switzer- land, 116 Nine : in ' wooset ' hunting, Hants,

302 ; in wishing charm, Clare, 54

Ning Ching : tree worship, 233-4

(plate) Niverton : folk-tale, 330-1 Nixies : Silesia, 248 Nkondi fetish, Congo, 518 Noodle stories, 400, 521 Noorele, creator, Aus., 423 Norfolk : (see also Walsingham) ;

exhibits, i North America : (see also Canada ;

Mexico ; United States of North

America); Celtic numerals?, 26;

guardian spirits, 100 ; phratries

named from animals, 91 ; totem- ism, 96

Northamptonshire, see Vale of Beaver

Northumberland, see Earsdon

North-West Provinces (India), see Mirzapur

Norway : bibliography of sagas, 270-1 ; burial with skull beneath, 55 ; proverbs, 213-8

Nose : eating exposes thief, Mor- occo, 146

Notes Ethnographiques stir les peuples communement appel^s Bakuba etc., — Les Bushongo, by E. Torday, reviewed, 386-91

Nottinghamshire, see Gotham

Noughaval : ' rounds,' 335 ; wells, 210

November : (see also Martinmas ; St Clement's Day ; St Leonard's Day; St Martin's Eve; St Thomas' Day) ; Monday after i6th, fair, Oxon., 40

Num, deity, Samoyedes, 422

Numbers in folklore, see under numbers

Nursling : church site changed, 311-2 ; horns, 303 ; mummers, 328

Nutt, A. : death cf, 10

Nyanja : folk-tale, 256 ; spirit hill,

257

Nyasaland : (see also Blantyre ; Nyanja ; Yao) ; folk-tale, 259-60 ; huts for spirits, 255 ; whale in mysteries, 254 ; wild fig-trees planted, 255 ; wizards cause lights, 258 ; Zinyao, 254

Nyonza, see Thrush

Nyori : fission of clan, 370-1

Nzambi, Supreme Being, 380

Oak-tree : in bower custom, Hants, 296 ; draws thunder, Hants, 304 ; gospel o., Glos., 238; no raven nests on, Hants, 304; Royal Oak Day, Hants, 298, 303 ; in Rufus legend, Hants, 303-4

Oaths : on relics, Clare, 337

O'Brien, A. J. : Mianwali Folk- lore Notes, 73-7 ; Some Matri- monial Problems of the Western Border of India, 401, 426-48; review by, — Sykes' The Glory of the Shia World, 268-70

O'Brien's Bridge : well, 210