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A. C. HADDON African Alfred Nutt antelope asked brother Buite Cabinda called chicoanga child Chimbindi cloth cooked cried crocodile custom dance daughter of Nzambi Dennett drum earth elder father fetish fire Fjort Folklore Folktales Fool G. L. GOMME gave gazelle give Gunga Hartland heard husband J. G. Frazer KaCongo and Loango Kengi killed King of Congo Kongo leopard Library live LL.D Loango Luemba Maloango marry Mavungu Miss missionaries mother Mpongwe Mpunia native Nchonzo nkila Nenpetro Nganga Nkissi Ngoio Ngomba Ngonde Nkissism Nsassi Nutt Nzambi Mpungu palaver plantation poisoner prince Published at 15s rabbit religion returned river River Congo Road sent shimbec sick sing slave Society song spirit story Street tell told town trap tree tribes turtle W. F. KIRBY W. H. D. Rouse wife witch Witch's Ladder wives woman women woods xina
Page 137 - Esq. Chicago Public Library, Illinois, USA, per BF Stevens, 4, Trafalgar Square, WC Chicago University Library, Illinois, USA, per GE Stechert, 2, Star Yard, Carey Street, WC Chorlton, Thomas, Esq., 32, Brazennose Street, Manchester. Cincinnati Public Library, per BF Stevens, 4, Trafalgar Square, WC Clark, Oscar W., Esq., MA, MB , St.
Page 148 - The Annual Subscription to the Society is One Guinea, and is payable in advance on the first of January in each year. This will entitle Members to receive the publications of the Society for such year. Members having joined during the present year, and desirous of obtaining the publications of the Society already issued, several of which are becoming scarce, may do so by paying the subscriptions for the back years.
Page 146 - The science of Folklore is the comparison and identification of the survivals of archaic beliefs, customs, and traditions in modern ages.
Page 149 - Report for 1878. 1880. 4. Aubrey's Remaines of Gentilisme and Judaisme, with the additions by Dr. White Kennet. Edited by James Britten, FLS 8vo, pp. vii, 273. [Published at 13s. 6d.] 5.
Page 148 - Guinea, and is payable in advance on the first of January in each year. This will entitle Members to receive the publications of the Society for such year. Members having joined during the present year, and desirous of obtaining the publications of the Society already issued, several of which are becoming scarce, may do so by paying the subscriptions for the back years. Post-office orders and cheques should be sent to the Secretary. All communications...
Page xi - A Curious and Exact Account of a Voyage to Congo in the years 1666 and 1667, by Michael Angelo of Gattinaand Denis de Carli of Piacenza.
Page 151 - Ch. S. Burne : The Science of Folklore. HC Coote : Origin of the Robin Hood Epos ; The Folklore of Drayton. GL Gomme : The Science of Folklore. W. Gregor : Some Folklore of the Sea. ES Hartland : The Science of Folklore ; The Forbidden Chamber. TH Moore : Chilian Popular Tales. Rich. Morris : Folktales of India (Jatakas). RC Temple : North Indian Proverbs. 17. Folk-Lore and Provincial Names of British Birds. By the Rev. C. Swainson. [Not sold separately.] (' , 1886. 18. Folk-Lore Journal, Vol. IV....
Page 146 - Place-rhymes and Sayings ; Folk-etymology. Foreign countries have followed the example of Great Britain, and are steadily collecting and classifying their Folklore. It is most gratifying to this Society to observe that one great result of its work has been to draw attention to the subject in all parts of the world ; and it is particularly noticeable that the word " Folk-lore" has been adopted from this Society as the distinguishing title of the subject in foreign countries.
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