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Index.

House : lizard, killed in Africa, 73 ; crooked, Guernsey, 201-2

Howley, J. P. : The Beothucks or Red Indians, the Aboriginal Inhabitants of Newfoundland, re- viewed, 330-4

Human sacrifices : India, 33 ; substitution for, 34-5 ; in the West Indies, 258

Hunchback : toucliing for luck, 172

Hunt : annual, in India, 51-3

Hyaena, the : in Bantu folklore, 60-1

Hydrophobia : cures for, Berbers,

253

Hysteria : caused by the jenoun, cures for, Berbers, 245

Icknield Way : legends of, Ox- fordshire, 158-9 Implements : worship of, India,

54 India : recent work in folklore of,

424-6 Indians of North America : their

condition in pre-Columbian

times, 24 Indonesia : myths of origin and

the House of the Dead, 138-52 Insect : carried in procession,

401 ; a vehicle of sprites or

spirits, 400-1 Iron : a protective, Berbers, 232 Iroquois : character of, 14 Isis and Osiris, 346 Isle of Wight : legend of treasure,

156-7 Ivory : used in amulets, 405

Jackal, the : substituted for the

hare in folk tales 71 Jackbone : a bogey for children,

161 James, King of England : legend

of, Sussex, 164 Jandi tree : worsliip of, India,

55-6 Japan : immobility of the Mikado,

32 Jar : representing a goddess,

India, 38 Jay, the : worship of, India, 56 Jenoun : the Jinn, Berber beliefs

regarding, 227-8 Jeypore : observances at Dasahra

festival, 33

John, King of England : legend

of, Surrey, 161 Juju cults, 256 Jumby beads : protection against

spirits. West Indies, 275

Kafir tribe : growing Gardens

of Adonis, 48 Kali : temple of, rites performed

at, 34 Kamma tribe : feeding the dead,

India, 42 Kandh tribe : in Jeypore, 33 ;

feeding the dead, India, 42 Kani : a sacred tree, India, 50 Kathmandu city : purified at

Dasahra festival, 42 Kattika : a Buddlaist feast, 36 Kent : legend of a snake, 157 ;

of King John of England, 157 Khasi tribe : folklore of, 426 ;

Matriarchy among, 343 Khochia : communities of guests,

Burma, 343 King : temporary, 31 ; priestly

functions of, 57, 351 Kingfisher, the : worship of, India,

56 Kirkby Moor Circle, Lancashire,

211 Koracha tribe : ancestor worship

at Dasahra festival, India, 42 Koran : the texts used as pro-

tectives, Berbers, 250 Koyi tribe : annual hunt, India,

53 Kumbhakarana : a demon, India, 39 ; his image blown up, 46

Ladybird, the : beliefs regarding,

401 Lakshmi : the goddess, penance

of, India, 43 Lancashire :- folklore of, 211 Land of the Dead : the country

of origin of tribe, 151 Lead : a protective, Berbers, 233 Leaves : dead, legends regarding,

Waldenses valley, 89 Lebour, Mrs. Nona : Scottish folk- lore Notes, 208-10 Lent : observances during, 375 Let-hta tribe : character of, 13 Lewes : ceremonies on 5th Nov- ember, 164-7 Lifting of men and women, Wor- cestershire, 96