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TABULATION OF FOLKTALES.

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(Jason Myth). Castren, SamojediscJie 3Idrchen, p. 164. Hahn, GriccMsche Mdrchen, i. 65. See Introd. Grimm, Ixiii. Cf. also Grimm, Nos. 47, 141. Crane, p. 334. Portuguese Talcs, Nos. 2, 3, 9, 22. JS'orsc Tales, 66, Asb- jornsen. Tales from the Fjeld, No. 25.

For inc. 2 (transformations) see Tabulator's remarks on " The Twelve Brothers," Grimm, No. 9.

For inc. 6 (one-eyed persons), cf. Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, pp. 3, 36. Wide-AroaTie Stories, 12, 295.

For inc. 7 (hot bath) cf. Magyar Talcs, pp. 276, 297. Afanasief, v. 23. Ralston, Russian FolUales, pp. 129, 223, 225.

(Substituted bride), cf. Busk, Follilore of Rome, *' Filagranata," p. 1; " The King who goes out to dinner," p. 40. Callaway, Zulu Talcs, p. 120, " Ukcombekcantsini." Campbell, iv. 294. Chambers, Popular Rhymes of Scotland, pp. 95, 99. Crane, Italian Pojmlar Tales, pp. 58, 338. Dasent, Norse Talcs, " The Lassie and her Godmother," p. 188. Denton, Serhian Folklore, p. 191. " Bushy Bride," p. 322. FolJdore Record, ill. 146; 1884, p. 242; 1885, p. 292. Friis, Lapinslie Eccntyr, " Haccis-aidne." Geldart, Follilore of Modern Greece, p. 63, " The Knife of Slaughter." Gerle, VolTiS- 7iidrc7ien der Bohmen, No. 5, "Die goldne Ente." Grimm, note to No. 21, vol. i. p. 304; No. 89, " The Goose Girl; " No. 135, The White Bride and the Black One;" No. 198, " Maid Maleen." Gubernatis, vol. ii. p. 242. Hylten- Cavallius, Svcnslia Folk Sagor, No. 7. Lang's Perrault, Ixxxv., xcii. Magyar Folktales, pp. 133, 214, 222, Notes and Queries, seventh scries, ii. 104. Pentamerone, " The Three Citrons.'* Portuguese Talcs, Folklore Society, " The Maid and the Negress." Ralston, R. F. T, p. 184, and No. 32. Revue CeUique, 1870, p. 373, " Chat Noir." ^xxik, Eskimo Tales, ^. 310. Satujaja Tarinsita, i. 59, 77. Schreck, ix., " The Wonderful Birch." Steere, Sivahili Tales, p. 398. Stokes, Indian Fairy Talcs, pp. xxiii., xxv., 1, 3, 138, 143, 164, 284, 285. Theal, Kaffir Folklore, pp. 136, 158. Thorpe, Tule-Tide Stories, pp. 47, 54 61, 62.

For inc. 8, cf. Grimm, No. 13. Danske viser, i. 206-208. Altd. Blatter, i. 186. Comp. Melusina. " The Dead Mother," Ralston, Russian Folk- tales, p. 19, and see p. 184. Scott, The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Borders, vol. ii. p. 223. Comp. Theal, Kaffir Folklore, pp. 60-61.

(Signed) Maeian Roalfe Cox.