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Index.

565

Scarabeus : creation of, Bushongo,

42 Scattery island : amulets, 53 ; bell, 336 ; fishing custom, 453 ; pat- tern, 332-3 ; raven legend, 453 ; sailing customs, 59 ; well,

211

Schlesische Sagen, by R. Kiihnau, reviewed, 246-8

School : Norlind's Latinska Skol- sanger i Sverige och Finland re- viewed, 251-2

Schweizerisches Archiv fur Volks- kunde, reviewed, 114-7

Scorpion : in folk-tale, Hausas,

463

Scotland : (sec also Highlands ; and under names of counties) ; bal- lads, 32-3

Scyros : carnival, 249

Sea customs and beliefs : amulets, Clare, 53, Devon, 3 ; christening boats, Bretagne, 513-4; sailing new boat counter-sunwise, Clare, 59 ; saints saluted with sails, Ire- land, 59

Seal : enchanted human being, Clare, 449-50

Sea-shells, see Shells

Sea-urchins : fossil, as amulets, Sussex, 274

Secretary, election of, 5

Secret societies : Iroquois, 272 ; Yoruba, 262

Selborne : funeral garlands, 321 ; toad eaten, 305 ; tumulus not ploughed, 307 ; wishing stone, 308

Seligmann, C. G. : Some Sudanese Beliefs, 273

Semang : language borrowed, 380

September, see Michaelmas Day

Servia : folk-tale, 185 ; symbolism of lace, 516

Seven : in charms, Clare, 57, 59, 456, Hants, 308, India, 76 ; 7th son can heal, Clare, 57

Seven Sisters as plant name, Clare,

57. 455-6 Seven Skilled Comrades type of

folk-tales, 476-81 Sexual morality : (see also Incest) ;

aversion to unions of near kin,

84-91 Shakespear, J. : Manipuri Proverbs,

473-5 ; Rain-Stopping in Mani-

pur, 348-50

Shallala bird : in folk-tale, Hausas,

463

Shalee : wells, 210

Shamrock : in divination, Clare, 205

Shanklin Down : grows, 308

Shannon river : bathing gives im- pudence, 60

Shantung, see Wei-hai-wei

Shape-shifting : among Bantu, 122 ; in folk-tales, Congo, 51S, Hau- sas, 347, 457-9, 462-4 ; by witch, Clare, 449, Hants, 314, Limerick, 340

Sharp, C. J. : Morris Dances and Sword Dances, 130

Shaving : at Great Feast, Morocco, 132

Shawardine : virgins' garlands, 496

Sheda, see Water-fowl

Sheep : amulet for, Clare, 53 ; charm for, Morocco, 149 ; count- ing, Indians etc., 26; at Great Feast, Morocco, 134 ; in masque- rade, Morocco, 167, 175 ; in pro- verb, Norway, 218; rams in folk-tale, Armenia, 355 ; sacri- ficed, Morocco, 140-60, Yoruba, 421; has soul, A-Kamba, 256; tabued, Yoruba, 262

Sheepskin from sacrifice, see Skin of sacrificed animal

Shellfish in folklore, see Sea- urchins

Shells : as amulets, Devon, 3

Shepherd : pipes, see Pipes, shep- herds' ; song, Hesse, 113

Sherfield English : exhibits, 6

Shevaroy Hills : marriage of god, 229

Shick Shack Day : Hants, 298-9, 303 ; Wilts, 303

Shilo : a Devonshire Folk-Tale, by W. P. Merrick, 48-9

Shingles : cure for, GIos., 238

Ship : in procession, Nicobars, 181

Shipton : funeral garlands, 322

Shoes : new, at Great Feast, Mor- occo, 132

Shooting customs and beliefs, see Hunting customs and beliefs

Shooting stars, see Meteors

Shoulder blade : divination from, Morocco, 154-5 ; o^ sacrifice, Morocco, 150

Shrew-ash, see Ash-tree