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TABULATION OF FOLKTALES.

Special Points noted by the Editor of the above.—See Author's notes, vol. i. p. 351.

Remarks by the Tabulator.—Comp. "The Seven Ravens," "The Six Swans," Grimm, Nos. 25 and 49. Campbell, i. 63. "Tale of the Hoodie." Crane, Italian Popular Tales, p. 54. "The Curse of the Seven Children." Dasent, Norse Tales, "The Twelve Wild Ducks," p. 51. Pentamerone, iv. 8. Pitré, No. 73.

For inc. (4) (8), (star on forehead), cf. Folklore Journal, iii. 303. Crane, pp. 18, 101. "The Dancing Water, etc.," "The Bucket." Day, Folktales of Bengal, p. 236 ff., 242. Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, p. 119, "The Boy who had a Moon on his Forehead and a Star on his Chin;" also pp. 1 and 277, note. Wide-Awake Stories, p. 310.

For inc. (5), cf. "Hymnis-Kvida." Corpus Poeticum Boreale, i. 221. Folklore Journal, iii. 296; vi. 199. South African Folklore Journal, I. vi. 138. Dasent, Norse Tales, "Buttercup," p. 125.

For inc. (6) (transformations), cf. American Folklore Journal, i. 205, 206; ii. 37, 125, 127, 137, 139, 141. Apuleius, "Golden Ass." Arabian Nights, "Story of the Second Calendar." Ausland, No. 43. Bahar-i-Danush, Scott's translation, vol. iii. 288-291. Baring-Gould, Curious Myths, ii. 299-302. Burton, The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night, vii. 304, 305. Busk, Folklore of Rome, pp. 146-154. Callaway, Zulu Tales, pp. 63, 119, 123, 328. Campbell, i. 63 ; ii. 130, 423; iv. 293, 423, 440. Chambers, Popular Rhymes of Scotland, 85, 105. Clouston, Popular Tales and Fictions, i. 182 ff, 431, 432, 433-5, 444, 482 ff. Corpus Poeticum Boreale, i. 398, 425. Cox, Mythology of the Aryan Nations, i. 234, 375; ii. 26, note. Crane, Italian Popular Tales, pp. 2, 13, 22, 32, 33, 34, 76, 86, 341. Dalton Ethnology of Bengal, pp. 165, 166. Daphne. Dasent, Norse Tales, cxiii. pp. 22, 51, 59, 105, 214, 272, 285, 295, 302, 322, 345, 382, 428, 435, 437 (3rd ed.). Dawson, Australian Aborigines (Myth of the Lost Pleiad). Day, Folktales of Bengal, 139 ff., 183, 185-6, 190, 193, 197, 270. De Regib. lib. 20, "Ranulphus and Gulielmus." Dravidian Nights, Natesa Sastri's, pp. 8-18. Facetiæ Cantabrigiensis, 1825, p. 10. Fiske, Myths and Mythmakers, 69-102. Folklore Record, i. 82, 202; ii. 99, 101, 186; iii. 43, 210, 211, 214, 225; iv. 59, 104, 150; v. 99-100, 112, 113, 114, 115, 118, 119, 127, 141. Folklore Journal, iii. 291; vi. 10, 13, 15, 19, 23, 24, 35, 41, 46, 163, 173, 197, 199, 252-262. Grey, Polynesian Mythology, pp. 30, 86. Grimm, Household Tales, Nos. 1, 6, 9, 11, 13, 25, 29, 49, 51, 56, notes to No. 63; i. 427, 68, 76 and notes, 141. Deutsche Sagen, i. 13. Teutonic Mythology, i. 326, 337, 427 ff.; iii. 1094-6; iv. 1630-1. Guest, Mabinogion (1877), pp. 471-73, 477 ff. Hahn, Nos. 15, 21, 100, and "Sun, Moon, and Morning Star." Hesiod, Schol. ad Theog., 885. Indian Antiquary, i. 19, 117, 118, 170, 171. Joe Miller's Complete Jest Book (Bohn), No. 151. Kalevala. Kathasaritsagara, book vii. chap. 39. Keightley, Tales and Popular Fictions, pp. 123, 124. Kohl, Kitchi Gami, p. 105. Lane, Thousand and One

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