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TABULATION OF FOLKTALES.

Far East, p. 15L Comp. also Philemon and Bancis (for virtue rewarded and avarice punished).

For inc. 5, cf . Chambers, Popvlar Rhymes of Scotland,^. 105. Dasent, Norse Tales, " Bushey Bride," p. 322. Day, Lai Behari, FolUales of Bengah No. 5, p. 97. Dravidian Nights (Natesa Sastri's), p. 129. Gonzenbach, Sioilianische Mdrchcn. Grimm, No. 24, " Mother Holle." Old Dcccan Bays, p. 239. Perrault, " Les Fees." Portuguese Tales, Folklore Society, No. XVIII. pp. 75-79. Sagas from the Far East, pp. 18, 49. Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, p. 13. Temple, Legends of the Punjab, p. 233.

For inc. 7, cf. Dasent, 113. Portuguese Tales, Nos. 18, 24. Riviere, Contes Pojjulaires Kahyles, p. 53. Etc., etc.

For Substituted Bride, see Tabulator's remarks on Grimm, No. 11, " Brother and Sister; and for Transformations, Grimm, No. 9, " The Twelve Brothers.

For inc. 11, cf. Grimm, No. 11. Ralston, Russian Folldales, p. 19, " The Dead Mother;" comp. also p. 184. See Scott, The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Borders, vol. ii. p. 223.

For inc. 13, cf. Dasent, Norse Tales, p. 59, " The Twelve Wild Ducks." Old Beccan Bays, 65, 93, 238, 249, 269. Stokes, Indian Fairy Talcs, 137, 152. Wide-An-aTtc Stories, 67, 88, 89.

(Signed) Marian Roalfe Cox.