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Index.

Elephant : a plant which attracts

the, East Africa, 75 ; folklore

of, India, 171 Emslie, J. P. : folklore notes

collected by, 153-70 England : folklore scraps, 210 Epilepsy : an amulet to prevent,

416 Equinox : autumnal, celebration

of, India, 29 Essex : a spirit seen in, 156 Evil Eye, the : charms against,

Berbers, 228-42 Exogamy : origin of, 120 Exorcism among Berbers, 227 Eyre, Miss L. M. : on the death

coach, 215

Fairies : dressed in white, Suffolk, 161 ; changing a supposed changeling, Scotland, 93

Fawcett, F. : on the Dasahra festival, 33-4 ; folk tales from Malabar, 417

Feasts : moveable, depending on sun and moon, 358

Fertility : modes of promoting, India, 47

Festiniog : funeral ceremony at, 169-70

Fetish king, the, 349

Fiji, the nobility of, 117

Finger-rings : used as amulets, 414

Fires : lighted on hills, Sussex, 164 ; caused to burn by placing a poker against the bars, Nor- folk, 210

Fish : bone of, used as an amulet, 410

First fruits : feast of, India, 38

Five Whispering Knights, the,

159 Flower : legend of, Belgium, 170 Folk medicine. East Africa, 75-8 Folk song, Gloucestershire, 156 ;

see Songs Folk tales : of Angami Nagas, 82-88 ; from Co. Mayo, Ireland, 182-95 ; Roumanian folk tales, 389-401 ; The Hare and the Hyena, 60, 67-8 ; The Baboon and his Tail, 61-2 ; The Children and the Zimwi, 62 ; The Flesh of the Thigh, 63-7 ; The Clever Jackal, 70-1 ; The Man who turned Ashes into Rupees,

82-3 ; The Cunning Rogue, 83 ; The Origin of the Kukis and Lusheis, 83-4 ; The Dream Stone, 85 ; The Echo, 85 ; Legend of Origin of the Nagas, 86 ; The Girl who wedded a Spirit, 86-8 ; The Punishment of Avarice, 89-90 ; Tienatinnati and the Giant Goat-sucker, 91-92 ; The Story of the War between Birds and Fishes, 1 73-6 ; The Vaipalolo and the Vai- toelau Season, 176-81 ; Beanrio- ghan, oir, loisgeach, 182-5 '< The Hill of Needles, 185-91 ; The Man under the Sea, igi-5 ; The Story of the Dog-headed Men, 204-6 ; The Tale of the Lad and his Fate, 296-301 ; The Tale of the Girl who had no Luck, 301-10 ; The Tale of a Bet, 310-12 ; The Tale of the Youth free from Age, and Life free from Death, 312-20 ; The Tale of Peter, 320-9 ; The Twelve Princesses with the Worn-out Slippers, 289-400 ; The Pupils of the Guru, 417 ; The Revival of the Brahman,

417

Fork used in dealing with persons possessed b}^ the Evil Eye, 197

Fowler, J. T. : Goats and cattle folklore, 213

Eraser, Sir J. G. : The Golden Bough, volume xii. reviewed, 224 ; the killing of the king, 350

Fumigation : a mode of purifica- tion, India, 45

Furmety : eating of, Wiltshire, 212

Gadaba tribe : annual hunt, 53-4 Gall-bladder : a protective, Ber- bers, 248 Game of children : information

asked about, 215 Ganapati : invocation of, 49 Ganges river : its descent from

heaven, 28 Ganggor festival in Rajputana :

bathing the goddess, 49 Garden of Adonis, India, 47-8 Gaster, Dr. M. : Gulliver among the Lilliputians in twelfth cen- tury, and the Dog-headed Men, 202-6