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Index.

567

Source Book for Social Origins, by

W. I. Thomas, reviewed, io8-g South America : Nordenskiold's In-

dianlif reviewed, 519-20 Southampton : bull ring, 324 ;

carols, 328 South Pembrokeshire, by M. B.

Mirehouse, noticed, 399-400 South Stoke : church dedication,

39

Sowing customs and beliefs : sow- ing began with Lent, Bucks., 40 ; sow under rising moon, Glos., 238

Spain, see Castile ; Cantabri ; Gades

Spansil Hill : well, 210

Sparrow : in folk-tale, Congo, 517; in proverb, Manipur, 474

Sparta : Atrides, 283-4 ; marriage customs, 290 ; Winged Artemis, 279

Speight, E. E. : A Few Norwegian Proverbs, 213-8

Spider : in folk-tales, Hausas, 63, 468, Surinam, iii ; vampire, Clare, 455

Spindle whorls as fairy querns, Clare, 53

Spitting : in charm, Clare, 54, Mor- occo, 149 ; for luck, Clare, 59

Spoer, Mrs. A. M. : " Momia," a Ceremony of the Jews of Aleppo, 491-3 ; review by, — Beauquier's Faune et Flore Populaires de la Franche-Comte, 244-5

Spoer, H. H. : reviews by, — Hes- sische Blatter fiir Volkskunde, 1 10-3 ; Mitteilungen des Ver- bandes Vereine jilr Volkskunde,

IIO-I

Spring : (see also under months) ; festivals, China, 265 ; masque- rade, Algeria, 177-8, N.-W. Af- rica, 177-8 ; Whitsuntide a spring feast, Sweden, 252

Springs : cult, Bretagne, 513

Spurge : names, Ireland, 57 ; wart cure, Clare, 57

Squirrel : in folk-tale, 192 ; pet of Queen Maeve, 451 ; in saying, Glos., 239; squirreling, Hants,

323-4 Stacpoole Bridge : well, 210 Staffordshire : (see also Abbot's Bromley ; Ham ; Needwood Forest ; Newcastle-under-Lyme ;

Stoke-on-Trent ; Wolstanton) ;

'telling the bees,' 23-4 Stanhope : funeral garlands, 322 Stars : counting, in charm, Clare,

54; origin of, Bushongo, 41, 387 Staveley : unlucky to meet woman,

241 Stealing : ceremonial, Morocco,

140 ; stolen object in charm,

Clare, 57 Stellung der Pygmdenvolker etc..

Die, by W. Schmidt, reviewed,

378-80 Stoat : in proverb, Clare, 452 ; can

poison, Clare, 452 ; revengeful,

Clare, 452 ; saluted, Clare, 203,

452

Stocks : Hants, 324

Stoke Charity : church not ori- ented, 307

Stoke-on-Trent : church dedica- tions, 39

Stomach : in charm, Morocco, 150 ; at Great Feast, Morocco, 147

Stomach ailments : cure for, Clare,

58

Stonehenge : old way, 310

Stones : (see also Dolmens) ; as amulets, Clare, 53, Devon, 3 ; " cursing stones," Clare, 49-51 ; emblems of deity, Nigeria, 397 : grow, Hants, 308 ; Hants, 308-9 ; sacred, Yoruba, 261 ; wishing, Hants, 308

Stone-throwing : by spirits, E. Af- rica, 258, India, 258, Java, 258

Storms : charm against, Morocco,

i49> 151

Storndorf : folk-songs, 112-3

Stourton : Christmas Bull, 302

String games, 128

Stubington : bull-baiting, 324

Stumbling : charm against, Moroc- co, 148 ; omen from, Clare, 204

Subscribers admitted, 2, 7, 129, 401

Subscribers, list of, ix-x

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

Suffolk : amulets, 3

Suicide : a crime, Bushongo, 389 ; ghost of, Glos., 238-9, Hants, 314, 316; suttees, India, 448

Sumatra : fission of clans, 370 ; game, 240

Sun : mother of, Assam, 348 ; in myth, 507 ; origin of, Bushongo,