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3. CROYANCES ET DICTONS POPULAIRES DES ENVIRONS DE

TROIS-RIVIÈRES (CANADA). 4. NOTES ET ENQUÊTES .

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PUBLISHED WITH THE CO-OPERATION

OF THE
FRENCH INSTITUTE IN THE UNITED STATES

AND OF THE
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA.

LANCASTER, PA., AND NEW YORK :
PUBLISHED BY THE AMERICAN FOLK-LORE SOCIETY.

G. E. STECHERT & CO., NEW YORK, AGENTS.

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American Folk-Lore Society.

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MEMOIRS OF THE AMERICAN FOLK-LORE SOCIETY.
Vol. I. HELI CHATELAIN, Folk-Tales of Angola. Fifty Tales with Ki-mbundu

text, literal English Translation, Introduction, and Notes. 1894.

xii + 315 p. (With two maps.) $3.50 net.
II. AlçÉE FORTIER, Louisiana Folk-Tales. In French Dialect and English

Translation. . 1895. xi + 122 p. $3.50 net.
III. CHARLES L. EDWARDS, Bahama Songs and Stories. With Music,

Introduction, Appendix, and Notes. Six Illustrations. 1895. xiii

+ III p. $3.50. IV. FANNY D. BERGEN, Current Superstitions. Collected from the Oral

Tradition of English-Speaking Folk. With Notes, and an Introduction by WILLIAM WELLS NEWELL. 1869. vi + 161 p. $3.50

net. V. WASHINGTON MATTHEWS, Navaho Legends. With Introduction,

Notes, Illustrations, Texts, Interlinear Translations, and Melodies.

1897. viii + 299 p. Out of print. VI. JAMES TEIT, Traditions of the Thompson River Indians of British

Columbia. With Introduction by FRANZ Boas, and Notes. 1898.

x + 137 p. $3.50.
VII. FANNY D. BERGEN, Animal and Plant Lore. Collected from the Oral

Tradition of English-Speaking Folk. With Introduction by J. Y.
BERGEN. 1899. 180 p. (Second Part to Vol. IV., with common

Index.) $3.50.
VIII. GEORGE A. DORSEY, Traditions of the Skidi Pawnee. With Intro-

duction, Notes, and Illustrations. 1904. xxvi + 366 p. $6.
IX. M. R. COLE, Los Pastores. A Mexican Miracle Play. Translation,

Introduction, and Notes. With Illustrations and Music. 1907.

xxxiv + 234 p. $4. X. ELEANOR HAGUE, Spanish-American Folk-Songs. 1917. II p. $3.50. XI. JAMES A. TEIT, MARIAN K. GOULD, LIVINGSTON FARRAND, HERBERT

J. SPINDEN, Folk-Tales of Salishan and Sahaptin Tribes. Edited

by FRANZ Boas. 1917. x+201 p. $3.50.
XII. Filipino Popular Tales. Collected and edited, with Comparative

Notes, by DEAN S. FANSLER. In preparation.
XIII. ELSIE CLEWS PARSONS, The Folk-Tales of Andros Island, Bahamas.

1918. XX + 170 p. $3.50.
XIV. MERCIE L. TAYLOR, Index to Volumes I-XXV (1888-1912) of the

Journal of American Folk-Lore. WILLIAM WELLS NEWELL ME-
MORIAL VOLUME. In preparation.

NOTES ET ENQUÊTES. — Les remèdes d'autrefois. E.-2. Massicotte.- Notes sur la facétié des trois rêves. C.-Marius Barbeau.- La première séance annuelle de la Section de Québec. C.-M. B.--La deuxième séance annuelle de la Section de Québec. C.-M. B. — Notice sur Michel Morin. A. G.

CONTENTS

OF THE

JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLK-LORE, 1918.

JANUARY-MARCH. Canadian-English Folk-Lore, C. M. Barbeau. Canadian Folk-Lore from Ontario. F. W. Waugh. — Folk-Lore from Grey County, Ontario. W. J. and Katherine H. Wintemberg.

APRIL-JUNE Folk-Lore collected in Toronto and Vicinity. W. J. Wintemberg. — Folk-Lore collected in the Counties of Oxford and Waterloo, Ontario, W. J. Wintemberg. — Folk-Lore collected at Roebuck, Grenville County, Ontario. W.J. Wintemberg. — Folk-Lore from Ottawa and Vicinity. F. Eileen Bleakney. — Folk-Songs. C. M. Barbeau. Water-Beings in Shetlandic Folk-Lore, as remembered by Shetlanders in British Columbia. J. A. Teit. Present-Day Superstitions at La Harpe, I11., Survivals in a Community of English Origin. Ethel Todd Norlin. - Pueblo-Indian Folk-Tales, probably of Spanish Provenience. Elsie Clews Parsons. -Nativity Myth at Laguna and Zuñi. Elsie Clews Parsons, — Leo Frank and Mary Phagan. Franklin Bliss Snyder. — Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Folk-Lore Society. — Notes and Queries. - Reviews,

JULY-SEPTEMBER. Porto-Rican Folk-Lore : Décimas, Christmas Carols, Nursery Rhymes, and other Songs. J. Allen Mason, edited by Aurelio M. Espinosa,

OCTOBER-DECEMBER. Zuñi Tales. Edward L. Handy. -Cuentos populares de Guatemala, Adrian Recinos. Supersticiones de la región de San Juan Teotihuacán est. de Mex. E. M. Gomez Maillifert.- Some Songs of the Puget Sound Salish. Helen H. Roberts and Herman K. Haeberlin. --Some Counting Out Rhymes in Michigan. Emelyn E. Gardner, Notes and Queries. – Reviews. — Officers and Members of the American Folk-Lore Society.

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1. WITCHCRAFT AND MAGIC IN THE ELIZABETHAN DRAMA , H. W. Herrington 447 2. Some PLAY-PARTY SONGS FROM EASTERN ILLINOIS

Carl Van Doren 486 3. OLD SONGS FROM CLARKSBURG, W.Va., 1918 Anna Davis Richardson 497 4. "JOHN HARDY"

John Harrington Cox 505 5. NOTES AND QUERIES

521 6. Reviews

523 7. LIST OF OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN FOLK-LORE SOCIETY 536 8. INDEX TO VOLUME 32 .

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