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Index.

437

Gauri. the goddess : her festival,

India, 48 Gennep, A. Van : Religions, Mceurs

et Lcgendes reviewed, 104-5 Germany : the cockchafer a

sacred insect, 40 Ghosts : savage beUef in, 125 ;

appearing in Essex, 156 ; North- amptonshire, 158 Giant : in stone, Hertfordshire,

156 : chair of, in Somersetshire,

160 Girls : young, impersonating a

goddess, India, 47 Glass : used as an amulet, 405 Gloucestershire : children's songs,

156, 210 Goats and cattle : folklore of,

213 ; a magic goat, 89 Goddess : image of , bathed, India,

48-9 Godfrey de Bouillon : legend of, 1 70 Gomme, Lady : on a wax figure

at Boulogne, 92 Gond tribe : abduct Raja at

Dasahra festival, ^^ Good Friday : a time for planting

potatoes, 95 ; observances on

Dunstable Downs, 159 Grey wethers, the, Sussex, 167-8 Grim's bank : legend of, Oxford- shire, 159 Guernsey folklore : Notes on,

195-201 Gulliver among the Lilliputians

in twelfth century, 202-4 Gypsy carol, a, 99

Hack, Wilton : Folklore Notes from South-East Australia, 90-2

Hand : gestures by, and models of, worn as protectives, Ber- bers, 234

Hara tribe : ancestor worship, India, 42

Hare, the : in Bantu folklore, 67 ; stories of, where originated, 68-9 ; believed by Gallas to be unlucky, 69

Hargrove, E. : Folklore of the Waldenscs Valley, 88-90

Harris, Kendall : Boanerges re- viewed, 109-10

Harsiddh, Mata : worship of, India, 29

Hartland, E. S. : Ritual and Se/ie/ reviewed, no- 11 ; reviews

by — W. Map, De Nugis Curia- Hum, 101-3 ; A. van Gennep, Religion, Moeurs et Legendes, 104-5 ; W. H. R. Rivers, History of Melanesian Society, 216-20 ; J. P. Howley, The Beothucks or Red Indians, 330- 34 ; M. A. Czaplicka, Aboriginal Siberia, 418-22

Head-Hunting : in Borneo, 19 ; among the Nagas, 84-5

Heather, P. J. : An Animal Belief, 214

Heavenly bodies, the : deification of, 347-8

Heber, Bishop R. : Account of the liamlila festival, 46

Hebrews, the : worship of arms,

55 Hedgehog : jaw of, a cure for

toothache, Scotland, 208-9 ; a

protective, Berbers, 248 Hertfordshire : barrows and the

Devil, 156 ; a stone giant, 156 Hibiscus : magical powers of,

South Africa, 77 Hierarchy : growth of the, 354 Hildburgh, Dr. W. L. : Notes on

Spanish Amulets, 404-16 Hill-sliding: Wiltshire, 211-12 Hills : legend of, Surrey, 161 Hilton-Simpson, M. W. : Some

Algerian Superstitions noted

among the Shawia Berbers of

the Aures Mountains and their

Nomad Neighbours, 225-54 Hiring fairs, Worcestershire, 95,

96 Ho tribe : annual hunt, 53 Hocart, A. M. : Psychology and

Ethnology, 115-37 Horde : not the starting-point

of Society, 342 Horns : used as amulets, 404-5 Horse : bridle of, worshipped,

30 ; mode of protecting, 254 ;

chestnuts of, used as amulets,

410 Horse-shoes : hung up as charms,

Berkshire, 154 ; Northampton-

sliire, 158 ; Wiltshire, 168 ;

Norfolk, 210 ; nail from, used

as an amulet, 414 Hot - Cross - Buns : protectives,

Worcestershire, 95 Hottentots, the : their character,

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