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Index.

Nobility, the : in Fiji, 78, 81 Nobles and plebeians in Rome,

353 Norfolk : folklore of, 210 Northamptonshire : church build- ing legend, 158 ; ghost, appear- ance of, 158 November gth : bonfires lighted, Worcestershire, 96

Oak Apple Day, Worcestershire,

96 Obeah in the West Indies, by His

Honour J. S. Udal, 255-95 Obituaries : Miss L. C. Lloyd,

99-100 ; Major A. J. N. Tre-

mearne, 431-2 Odin : worship of, in Germany,

51 Oligarchy : the Whig, 353 Oliva shell : used as an amulet,

409 Orientation in Indonesia, 139 Owl : considered unlucky. East

Africa, 74 ; one eye sleeps while

the other wakes, Berbers, 252 Oxford : meeting of the Folklore

Society at, 5 Oxfordshire : legends of the Ick-

nield Way, 158-9 ; the Nidget

tree, 159 ; Grim's Bank, legend

of, 159 ; folklore of, 210 ;

insect carried in procession, 401 Ozanne, Miss Christine : Notes

on Guernsey Folklore, 195-201

Palewal Brahmans : worship of

horse bridle, 30 Palolo : coming of the, Samoa, 177 Parker, H. : Village Tales of

Ceylon, reviewed, 203-4 Patriarchy, 345 Partridge, Miss T. B. : Lancasliire

Folklore, 211 ; Durham Folk- lore, 212 Passion Sunday : observances on,

Durham, 212 Pauriya caste : receive meat of

victims, Nepal, 43 Peacock, the : worship of, India,

56 Pecten shell : used as an amulet,

409 Penance : done by deities, India,

43 Pepper : red, a protective, Ber- bers, 230

Perry, W. J. ; Myths of Origin and the House of the Dead in Indonesia, 138-52

Personality : abnormal, cult of,

347 Pig : image of, worn to bring

luck, 415 Pindhari freebooters : time for

beginning campaigns, India, 51 Pine tree : used as a protective,

Berbers, 235 Pius IX., Pope : his Evil Eye, 348 Plant-lore : East Africa, 75-6 ;

plants, hierarchy of, East Africa,

76 Plaster : a protective, Berbers,

234 Plato : his conception of the

Demiurge, 352 Ploughing rites : Wakhan, 40 Poker : use of, to cause a fire to

burn, Norfolk, 210 Pongol : harvest-home festival,

India, 53 Porcupine : feet of used in magic,

249 Porlock : the king of, 160 President, Folklore Society : his

address, 10-27 Priest King : among Rajputs, 29 ;

in Nigeria, 78-81 Progress : social, defined, 15 Promiscuity : primitive, 342 Purge : a protective, Berbers, 342 Purification : in India, by abstin- ence, 31 ; by blood, 45 ; by

fumigation, 45-6 Psychology and Ethnology : A.

M. Hocart, 115-37 Psychology : biological, 121

Quiggin, E. C. : Essays and Studies presented to William Ridgeway^ reviewed, 107-8

Quinquatria, Ouinquatrus : arms festival in Rome, 54

Rain-producing charm : treading on a black beetle, Oxfordshire, 210 ; among the Berbers, 242

Raja : assigning management of his kingdom to his prime- minister, 31 ; flight of, 33 ; starting annual ploughing and sowing, 40

Raj Jogi, the : chief ascetic in Rajputana, 29, 57