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Special points noted by the Editor of the above.— See Author's notes,

p. 347.

Remarks by the Tabulator-— Cf. " How the Fox took a turn out of the Goat," Campbell, iii., p. 91, and see note, p. 93. "La Eola dla Voulp," Fable No. 21, in Coroncdi-Berti's Collection. For inc. 2, 3, 4, cf. Callaway, Z. T., p. 144. For inc. 5, 7, cf. "Ked Riding Hood," and Grimm, No. 26 and notes. Tylor, " Primitive Culture, i., 307, where also see Russian story

  • ' Vasilissa the Beautiful." Story of " Saktideva " in Somadera Bliatta, ii.

118-184. Hardy, ^^ Manual of Buddhism,^ ^. 501. Schoolcraft, part iii., pp. 318-20. Grey, Polynesian Mythology, pp. 18, 31. Tylor, Early History of Mankind, 337, Cf. Tom Thumb, Kronos, Jonah (as to swallowing alive), and " Uhlakanyana," Callaway, Z. T., p. 32, " Untombinde," i&., p. 60, see also pp. 84, 88, 241, 332. " The Three Princes, the Three Dragons, etc." Magyar Tales, Kropf and Jones, p. 196. " The Two Orphans," ib., p. 223. Theal's Kaffir Folklore, "The Story of the Cannibal Mother," p. 142. "The Story of the Glutton," ih. p. 175, and The Great Chief of the Animals," p. 177. Compare similar incident in Longfellow's " Hiawatha." Finnish Story " Seppo Ilmarinen Kosinta. Stokes' Indian Fairy Tales, p. 76. '

(Signed) Marian Roalfe Cox.