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INDEX.

Pishermen, Scottish, superstitions of, 44-47

Fishing superstitions, Scotland, 43-44

Folklorists at Paris, Congress of, 275- 276

Folktales, tabulation, 3

, allotment of work, 169-172

Fontaine's Fables, quoted, 182

Food prepared by witch, 284

Food and sacrifice, Mordvin, 82

Fool plough, 333

Forest deities, Coorg, 305

Forest and tree goddess, Mordvin, 72,75

Forfeits, game of, 239

Fox and geese, game of, 217

Frazer (J. G.)> Antrim Harvest Cus- tom, 314 ; Breakfasting at the j)lovgh tail, 175-178 ; Notes on Harvest Customs, 47-53 ; Suther- landsMre Folldore, 53-54 ; Spanish Follilore, 174-175 ; May Bay Cus- tom, 265 ; South African Red Bid- ing Hood story, 167-168

French version of Beath^s Messenger, 183

Friday superstitions, Macclesfield, 24

Fuegians, never mention name of the dead, 156

Funeral customs. New Guinea, 320

Funeral rites, importance of, Burmah, 313

Gaelic tale, tabulation of, 8-10 Gallitraps, Devonshire, 265 Games, children's, Dorsetshire, 202-264 Garden gate, game of, 219-220 Gai-lic, protection against vipers, Spain,

174

, sacred to Mordvin goddess, 106

Gathering nuts in May, game of, 224-

227 German tale of Beath^s 3Iessenger, 179 story of Rumpelstiltskin, 136-

137 Gerson's sermons, quoted, 188 Giant-killing story, Scotland, 163-165 Gilitrutt, Icelandic name of witch, 152 God, conception of, by Mordvins, 66 Gomme (G. L.), Coorg Folklore, 295-

306 Goose, sacrifice, Russian, 86

, wild, foretelling by, Scotland, 43

Gorey, the term explained, 37

Gosse (Edmund), Account of Boys'

Games, 234 Granton-on-Spey, measuring cows at,282 Green gravel, game of, 214 Gregor (Rev. W.), Bread, 195-198 ;

Kelpie Stories, 199-201 ; John GlaicTi the Brave Tailor, l^V?,-!^', The Clever Apprentice, 166-167 ; Some Folldore on Trees, Animals, and River Fish- ing, from the North- East of Scotland, 41-44 ; On Witch Superstitions, 277- 286 Grimm's Teutonic Mythology, vol. iv.,

reviewed, 268 Groves, sacred, Votyak, 129 Guessing names in folktales, 151-153 Guiana, names considered a part of

the man in, 157 Guthrie (Ellen E.), Superstitions of the Scottish Fishermen, 44-47

Habetrot, northern counties' name for

Rumpelsltiltskin, 145 Hallowe'en, divination, 54 Hampole's Priche of Conscience,

quoted, 188 Handbook of folklore, 3, 7 Hare, in African folklore. 23-24

, beheading of, Scandinavia, 56

, unluck of, Forfarshire, 47

, witches in shape of, 2S4, 285

Harvest customs, 47-53, 54

, Antrim, 314 ; Cornwall, 315

Harvest festivals, Coorg, 302-304 Harvest songs used in game rhymes,

244 Head of the hare, superstition con- nected with, 56 Heaven, descent of man from, Africa,

22-23 Hedgehog superstitions, Scotland, 42-

43 Hen, crowing, Scotland, 43 Hens, protected by Mordvin goddess,

104 Hereditary power of curing disease,

62-63

of witchcraft, 285

Hessian, to kill a, Irish proverb, 36 Hides, animals', hanging of, in temples,

82 Hobby-horse, 333 ; Devonshire, 265 Holly, placed outside stable door,

Scotland, 41 Holyrood day and the swallow, 57 Hop-frog, game of, 234 Horse sacrifice, Mordvin, 82 ; Russian,

85-86 Horse-shoo, luck of. Scotland, 47 Horse's hair turned into water snake,

317 Horses, safeguards for, against witches,

278