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Index.

Shrew-mouse : injures cattle, Hants, 303

Shropshire : {see also Acton Bur- nell ; Astley Abbots ; Hanwood ; Little Ness ; Minsterley ; Pontes- ford Hill ; Shawardine) ; bees lucky, 23 ; broom tabued, 18 ; hill wakes, 36 ; ' Lent tillin,' 40 ; parsley, beliefs about, 25 ; ' tell- ing the bees,' 24; whips, wood for, 18

Shrovetide : (see also Ash Wednes- day ; Shrove Tuesday) ; shroving, Hants, 323

Shrove Tuesday : bull-baiting, Hants, 324 ; Clare, 205-6 ; cock- scailing, Hants, 323-4 ; divina- tion, Clare, 205

Shushwap Indians : beaver belief,

235 Shuster : folk-tale, 193 Siddma : masquerade, 176 Siberia, see Chukchis : Samoyedes ;

Yakuts Sickness, see Nausea Silchester : Imp Stone, 309 ; old

way, 310-1 Silenus, 184

Silesia : folk-tales, 246-8 Silver : in charm, Morocco, 14S ;

in dream, Clare, 204 ; omen from,

India, 230 ; to shoot witch,

Hants, 314 Sindibad type of folk-tales, 124 Singing games, see Games Sipylos : Tantalos, 283 Siva : in rain-stopping, Manipur,

348 ; worshipped jointly, Wynad,

526 Sixmilebridge : pennywort cures,

456 ; washing eggs stops laying,

203-4 Skeat, W. W. : Some Old English

Folklore Survivals in Modern

Britain, 274 Skimmington, burning the, Glos.,

237 Skin of sacrificed animal : danger- ous, Morocco, 156 ; disposal of, Morocco, 151-2 ; draped on image, etc., 198, 201 ; in masquerade, Morocco, 160, 162-3, 165-6, 168- 71, 173-4, 178, 180; in rites, Mor- occo, 152, 159 Skull beliefs, Clare, 54-6, 456 Sky : home of creator, Bushongo, 388; in myth, Ceylon, 124; sky

god, Manipur, 349 ; venerated, Bantu, 120

Slave Coast : animal worship not totemism, 99

Slieve Bernagh : place-name, 338

Sligo County, see Lough Gill

Slough : grievance about calendar, 40

Slovaks, folklore of, 383

Slug : in divination, Clare, 205

Sluh : Berbers, 131; charms, 150; divination, 154-5 > folk-tale, 189- 90 ; Great Feast, 141-2, 144, 146, 149, 152, 154, 159, 169 ; masque- rade, 169, 176

Smallpox : names for, Malays and Borneo, 240-1

Snail : black, in charm, Glos., 238 ; in divination, Clare, 205

Snake : charm against, Morocco, 151 ; cure for bite, Hants, 305 ; fattest in March, Hants, 305 ; in folk-tales, Congo, 517, Hausas, 69, 72, 341-2, 344-8, 463, 467, 470-2, Papuans, 126, Silesia, 248 ; ' gold weights ' of shape of, Ashanti, 274 ; lives till sundown, Hants, 305

Sneezing : charm against, Takel- ma, 398 ; omen, Persia, 569- 270

Social organization : Australia, 526-8

Sodom, destruction of : parallels,

193 Soleure Canton : folk-songs, 116 Solomon's Seal : soap from, Hants,

305 Solothurn Canton : folk-songs, 114,

1 16-7 Somaliland : Mediterranean images,

511

Some Matrimonial Problems of the Western Border of India, by A. J. O'Brien, 401, 426-48

Some Old English Folklore Sur- vivals in Modern Britain, by W. W. Skeat, 274

Somersetshire : Somersetshire Folk- lore, by A. F. Major, 495-6

Sorarel, sky god, Manipur, 349

Sosipolis, worship of, 281 ■

Souls : (see also Transmigration be- liefs) ; of ancestors inhabits hills, A-Kamba, 256-7 ; multiple, Bush- ongo, 388, China, 265 ; separable, in folk-tales, Ceylon, 124