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TABULATION OF FOLKTALES. 45

Duck carries children home across water (9).

Helpful animal, duck (9).

Pearls, etc., from witch's house taken hy children (8).

Pebbles guide children home again (2).

Witch entices children that she may eat them (5).

Witch pushed by sister into oven and burnt (7).

Where published.— Grimm's Housdwld Talcs. London, 1884. Tale No. 15, vol. i. pp. 62-69.

Nature of Collection, whether : —

1. Original or Translation. Translation by Margaret Hunt.

2. If iy word of month, state narrator's name.

3 . Other particu lars.

Special Points noted hy the Editor of the above.— See Author's notes,

vol. i. pp. 355-356.

Remarks by the Tabulator.— Cf. '* Hop o' my Thumb," Halliwell's Popular Tales. " Le Petit Poucet " (see Lang's Perrault, p. civ. ff.). " The Three Princesses," Magyar Tales, Kropf and Jones, p. 144. " The Two Children and the Witch," Portnguese Tales, No, 14, Folklore Society.

For inc. 1 and 3, cf. D'Aulnoy, No. 11, " Finette Cendron. Denton, Serlian Folklore, " The Wicked Step-mother." Friis, pp. 85, 106. Magyar Folktales, p. 145. Old Beccan Days, " Surya Bai," " Raksha's Palace." Pentamerone, v. 8, " Nennillo e Nennella." Roumanian Fairy Talcs, p. 81, " Handsome is as Handsome does." Theal, Kaffir Follilore, p. 120.

For inc. 2 (log tied to tree makes noise like wood-cutting), cf. Ralston, Russian FolMales, p. 223.

For inc. 4, cf. Ralston, Russian FolMales, pp. 295, 297.

For inc. 5 (smelling human flesh), cf . Bleek, Hottentot Falles, p. 60, and Bushman Follilore. Callaway, Zulu Tales, p. 49, " Uzembeni." Camp- bell, i. 9, 252. Clouston, Pojnilar Tales and Fictions, i. 134 note. Cos- quin, Contes de Lorraine, i. 103. Crane, Italian Popular Tales, pp. 90, 340. Dasent, Norse Tales, pp. 59, 146. Day, Lai Behari, FolMales of Bengal^ pp. 73, 77. Eumenides smelt out Orestes, Funienides, 244. Folk- lore Record, iii. 41, 210 ; iv. 147, 159. Folklore Journal, ii. p. 68, " Mally-Whuppy ;" iii. 296, 300; vi. 199. Grey, Polynesian Mythology, pp. 34, 64. Grimm, Nos. 15, 29, etc. " Jack the Giant Killer." Magyar FolMales, pp. 55, 241 ; and see p. 340. Petitot, Traditions Indiennes du Canada Nord-Ouest, Paris, 1886, p. 171. Portuguese Tales, Folklore Society, p. 105. Ralston, Russian Folktales, pp. 100, 154. Theal, Kaffir Folklore, pp. 124, 138. Thorpe, Yule-Tide Stories, p. 339. Wide-Awake Stories, pp. 58, 172.

For Cannibalism, cf, Afanasirf, i. 121. American Folklore Journal, ii.