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Index.

Troy : horse-headed goddess, 199 Trusby : funeral garland, 321 Tsui, see Jbala

Tug-of-war : in folk-tales, Africa, 517; at Great Feast, Morocco, 158-9, 164 Tulla : animals in people's insides, 454 ; bell and relics, 336 ; dead fowl thrown on neighbour's land, 203 ; death omen, 453 ; devil's coach-horse killed, 455 ; harvest offering, 58, 341 ; Irish elk, 451 ; powers of 7th son, 57 ; " taking butter," 341 ; washing eggs stops laying, 203-4; wells, 210-2 Tullycommaun : cures, 58 Tumuli, see Earthworks Turin : balm for wounds, 28 Turkey-in-Asia, see Armenia ; Cyp- rus ; Syria Turkey-in-Europe, see Albania ;

Mount Athos : Thrace Turkistan : folk-tale, 192-3 Turtle : in folk-tale, Papuans, 125 Turtledove : flesh poison, Hants, 306 ; unlucky to shoot, Hants, 306 Tuscany : folk-songs, 30 Twelfth Night : wren carried,

Pembrokeshire, 513 Twelve : in ghost-laying, Glos., 239 Twyford : church on temple site, 308 ; Clem feast, 328

Uganda : totemism, 96, 98 Uggoon : stations, 335 Ulad Bu-'Aziz : Great Feast, 134- 5, 137, 140, 142-7, 149, 153, 156-

9. 163-5

Ulster : isee also Antrim ; Done- gal) ; burial beliefs, Ultonians, 55 ; folk-tale, 455

Ulu : animal ghosts, 256

Umtamvuna river : limit of Hotten- tots, 118

Uncle, maternal : Bantu, 120-1 ; head of clan or family, 278

Underwood, M. G. : Courted by the Devil : a Perthshire Folk-Tale, 330-1

Under-world : ass represents waters of, 200 ; in folk-tale, Papuan, 126

United States of North America, see Blackfeet Indians ; Iroquois ; Montana ; New England ; Okla- homa ; Oregon

Unlucky days and deeds, see Lucky and unlucky days and deeds

Unlucky Meetings, by T. E. Lones, 241

Uphusband, see Hurstbourne Tar- rant

Upton Grey : no burials in N.-E. of churchyard, 320 ; church not ori- ented, 307 ; funeral custom, 320 ; Passing Bell, 313 ; Royal Oak Day, 298

Upton St Leonard's : folklore from, 236-9

Urabunna : marriage customs, 407

Uranos myth, 280

Urinary bladder : as amulet, Mor- occo, 149-50 ; omen from, Mor- occo, 154

Urlanmore Castle : wishing seat, 53-4

Vaal river: Hottentots, 119

Valabhi : destroyed, 193

V^ale of Beaver : exhibit, 6

Vampire : Clare, 455 ; Persia, 269

van Gennep, A. : Qu'est-ce que le Tot^misme?, 93-104; review by, — Frazer's The Golden Bough, 497-506

Veddas : folk-tales, 124 ; Selig- mann's The Veddas reviewed,

5^^-3

Vegetables, see Fruit and vegetables

Vegetation souls, see Corn spirits, vegetation souls, and the like

Veneti : buy wives, 290

Vesta, worship of, 282

Vice-Presidents, election of, 4-5

Victoria : (see also under names of tribes); "classes" locally segre- gated, 93

Village gods : China, 234 (plate)

Village Folk-Tales of Ceylon, by H. Parker, reviewed, 123-5

Virgin Mary, The : in ballad, Eng- land, 17 ; in S. Europe, 280 ; well dedications, Clare, 209, 211

Virgins' garlands : Carmarthen, 496 ; Derbyshire, 496 ; Hants, 321-2 ; Shropshire, 496

Vishnu, 526

Volkslieder aus dem Kanton Solo- thurn, by S. Grosimund, re- viewed, 114, 116-7

Vostan : in folk-tale, 482

Votive offerings : Clare, 213 ; Crete, 399

Wad Drd : Drdwa, 131

Wafers, see Cakes

Waka, Supreme Being, 380