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The Folk-Lore Journal  (1884) 
Volume 2

THE

FOLK-LORE JOURNAL

VOL. II.

(JANUARY—DECEMBER 1884.)


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Alter et Idem


LONDON:

PUBLISHED FOR THE FOLK-LORE SOCIETY

BY ELLIOT STOCK, 62, PATERNOSTER ROW.


1884.

Officers of the Folk-Lore Society,

1884-1885.


PRESIDENT.

THE RIGHT HON. EARL BEAUCHAMP, F.S.A.

VICE-PRESIDENTS.

A. LANG, M.A.
W. R. S. RALSTON, M.A.
EDWARD B. TYLOR, LL.D., F.R.S.

COUNCIL.

EDWARD BRABROOK, F.S.A.
JAMES BRITTEN, F.L.S.
EDWARD CLODD.
SIR W. R. DRAKE, F.S.A.
G. L. GOMME, F.S.A.
J. T. MICKLETHWAITE, F.S.A.

ALFRED NUTT.
PROFESSOR A. H. SAYCE, M.A.
EDWARD SOLLY, F.R.S., F.S.A.
WILLIAM J. THOMS, F.S.A.
W. S. W. VAUX, M.A.
HENRY B. WHEATLEY, F.S.A.

DIRECTOR.— WILLIAM J. THOMS, F.S.A

TREASURER.— SIR WILLIAM R. DRAKE, F.S.A.

HONORARY SECRETARIES.

G. L. GOMME, F.S.A., 2, Park Villas, Lonsdale Road, Barnes, S.W.
A. GRANGER HUTT, F.S.A., 8, Oxford Road, Kilburn.

AUDITORS.— John Tolhurst, F.S.A.G. L. Apperson.

BANKERS. — Union Bank of London, Charing Cross Branch.

FOLK-TALE COMMITTEE.— Messrs. Apperson, Britten, Blind, Clodd, Hartland, Nutt, Lang, Ralston, Sonneuschein, Wheatley, Solly, Wake, Gomme.

CONTENTS.



PAGE
Abercromby (Hon. J.) Irish Stories and Charms 33
—— Irish Bird-Lore 65
Annual Report for 1883 385
Black (William George). Turcoman Folk-Lore 43
—— Holy Wells in Scotland 173
Britten (James) Irish Folk-Tales 193
Buchheim (Emma S.) The Pied Piper of Hamelin 206
Burne (Charlotte S.) Two Folk-Tales from Herefordshire 20
—— Variant of the Three Noodles 40
Clodd (Edward) Philosophy of Punchkin 289
Coote (Henry Charles) Children’s Games in Sicily 82
—— Folk-Lore in Modern Greece 235
Crombie (J. W.) A Curious Superstition 172
Drayton, Folk-Lore of 111, 142, 225, 266, 357
Edmonds (Mrs. E. M.) Notes on Greek Folk-Lore 168
Folk-Lore Terminology 340
Gomme (G. L.) Bibliography of Folk-Lore Publications in English 197
Gregor (Rev. Walter) Three Folk-Tales from Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire 68
—— Hippie Folk-Lore from the North-East of Scotland 106
—— Folk-Tales from Aberdeenshire 277
—— Old Farming Customs and Notions in Aberdeenshire 329
—— Fishermen’s Folk-Lore 353
Hope (R. C.) Some Derbyshire Proverbs and Sayings 278
Irish Folk-Lore 138, 210
Jones (Rev. W. H.) and Lewis H. Kropf, Szekely Folk-Medicine 97
Kinalian (G. H.) Connemara Folk-Lore 257
Martinengo-Cesaresco (The Countess) The Wise Choice 109
—— American Games and Songs 243
Morris (Rev. Dr. Richard) Folk-Tales of India 304, 332, 370
Notes and Queries 23, 57, 90, 120, 156, 187, 218, 253, 285, 317, 348, 377
Notices and News 27, 63, 95, 125, 159, 192, 223, 255, 320, 351, 382
Nutt (Alfred) Irish Mythology according to a recent writer 175
—— Folk-Lore Terminology 311
Pengelly (William) Impounding Wild Birds 19
Sawyer (Frederick E.) Sussex “Tipteerers” Play 1
—— “Old Clem” Celebrations and Blacksmiths’ Lore 321
Sibree (Rev. James, jun.) Malagasy Folk-Tales 45, 75, 129, 161
Tabulation of Folk-Tales 152, 183, 214, 249, 281
Temple (Captain R. C.) Burmese Ordeals 89
Wratislaw (Rev. A. H.) Prince Unexpected 9