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Alphabetical List of Incidents.

Children carried off snpernaturally (8, 9, 10).

Curiosity, restrained at angels' advice (3).

Deliverance of girl by king ; their marriage (7).

Denial, threefold, of transgression, incurring banishment from heaven (5).

Disobedience, incurring mark on finger (4).

Dumb, girl struck (6).

Forbidden chamber (2).

Hedge of thorns enclosing girl (6).

Keys, thirteen, of heaven, girl entrusted with (2).

Man-eating, threefold accusation of queen (8, 9, 10). -

Kepentance of queen (11).

Restoration of children (11).

Translation of child to heaven by Virgin Mary (1).

Where published— Grimm's Household Tales. London. 1881 Tale No. 3, vol. i. pp. 7-11.

Nature of Collection,— whether:—

1. Original or translation. — Translation by Margaret Hunt.

2. If hy word of mouth, state narrator^ s name.

3. Other particulars.

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

p. 341.

Remarks by the Tabulator — For variants, cf. " The Woodman," FolUore Mecord, i. 196; and Crane's Italian Popular Tales, p. 77. Leskien and Brugman, Litanisohe Volhslieder iind M'drchen, No. 44, p. 498 (German version); also Waldau, Bohmishes Mdrohen, p. 600. For inc. 2, cf. Bou-' manian Gypsy Tale, " The Bad Mother," Gypsy Lore Soeiety, i. 26. Dasent, " The Lassie and her Godmother," p. 189 (3rd ed.) Busk's Folldore of Borne, " The Dark King," p. 100. Ralston, Bussian Folktales, 98, 100. " Faithful John," Grimm, No. 6, vol. i. p. 23, and note to " Cinderella," Grimm, No. 21, vol. i. p. 364, and No. 46, p. 179. "Blue Beard "and variants. (See Hartland on "Forbidden Chamber," Fvlhlore Journal, in. l^^-2i2; and Kirby on " The Forbidden Doors of the Thousand and One Nights,'* iJ.. V. 112-124.) For inc. 4 cf. " Iron John," Grimm, No. 136, ii. 195. For inc. 6, see " Briar Rose/' Grimm, No. 50, i. 199. For inc. 7, 8, 9, 10, cf Portuguese tale, "The Three Little Blue Stones," Folklore Society, p. 116. For inc. 8, 9, 10, cf. Campbell, i. p. 69, " Tale of the Hoodie." French story, " Princess Fair Star." Gaelic story. No. 12, Campbell, (see also Campbell, iv. pp. 292, 294). " The Twelve Wild Ducks," " The Lassie and her Godmother," and Nancy Fairy," Dasent, pp. 66,192,442 (.3rd ed.) Also cf. " How the Great Tuairisgeul was put to death," Scottish Celtic Review, Glasgow, 1881. Mabinogi of Pwyll, St. George.