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46 TABULATION OF FOLKTALES.

di, "Legends of the Cherokees." Asbjornsen and Moe, Nos. 1, 52. Calla- way, Zulio Tales, notes, p. 158 et seq. Campbell, iii. 297. Dasent, JVorse Tales, pp. 71, 128, 220. Day, Folktales of Bengal, pp. 72, 79, 120, 272. Folldore Record, v. 136. Hahn, Oriechische Mdrchen, Nos. 3, 65, 95 ; ii. 181,283-284, 309. Haltxioh., Deutsche Volksmdrchen aus dem Saclisenlande, etc., No. 37. Haupt and Schmaler, ii. 172-174. Indian Antiquary, i. 171 ; , iv. 56. Kathdsaritsdgara (Tawney, i. 162, 163.) Lang, Perrault, cvii. Magyar Tales, p. 147, and see note, p. 388. Old Deccan Days, pp. 28, 198. Payne, Arabian Mghts, vi. 112, " History of Gherib and bis Brother Agib." Kadloft", i. 31. Ralston, Russian Folktales, pp. 140, 154, 165, 168, 169, 171, 179,182; Songs of the Russian People, p. 169. VLvak, Esltimo Tales, ^. 128, " The Brothers visit their Sister." Riviere, Contcs Pop. Kahylcs, pp. 210, 216, 228, 240. Scottish Celtic Review, i. 70-77, "How the great Tuadsgeul was put to death." Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, pp. 5, 51, 99, 175. Theal, Kaffir Folklore, pp. 81, 108, 119, 122, 134, 136 ff., 164. Vuk Karajich, Volksmdrchen der Serhen, No. 35, pp. 174-5. Wide-Awake Stories, pp. 267, 101, 171.

For inc. 6, cf. Dasent, p. 219. Ralston, Russian Folktales, p. 168. Riviere, Contes Pop, Kahyles, p. 229. Zingerle, p. 138, Tyrolese Story.

For inc. 7, cf. Callaway, Zulu Tales, pp. 16-18, " Uhlakanyana," and p. 20. Campbell, i. 255, 328. Dasent, pp. 128, 220. Hahn, fl^. c^jf., Nos. 3, 95; and ii. pp. 181, 309, note. Haltrich, No. 37. Haupt and Schmaler, ii. 172-174. Magyar Tales, p. 147. Portuguese Folktales, Folklore Society, p. 60. Radloff, i. 31. Ralston, pp. 165, 168. Theal, Kaffir Folklore, p. 99. Wide-Amake Stories, p. 194.

For inc. 9 (helpful animals) cf. Afanasief, iv. 11 ; vi. 54 ; vii. No. 18. American Folklore Journal, ii. 89 ff. Archceological Remew, M^rch, 1889, p. 25. D'Aulnoy, " Chatte Blanche." Bleek, Hottentot FaUes, p. 60. Callaway, Zulu Tales, pp. 97, 230. Campbell, i. 101; ii. 265-275, No. 41. Casalis, Basutos, p. 309. Castren, Samoyedische Mdrchen, p. 164. Crane, Italian Pop. Tales, pp. 29, 327, 348. Dasent, Norse Tales, pp. 155, 266, 272, 291, 302, 357, 382. Day, Lai Behari, Folktales of Bengal, *' The Match-making Jackal." Deulin, Contes de Ma Mere Z'^v/^, pp. 205, 265. 266. Folklore Record, iii. 44, 185, 214. Folklore Journal, vi. 69, 163. Friis, Lappiske Eventyr, p. 52, etc., and pp. 63, 140, 170. Gonzenbach, Sicilianisohe Mdrchen, ii. 243. Grimm, Household Tales, No. 21, " Cin- derella" and variants; No. 63 and notes, vol. i. p. 427; Nos. 127, 130; and see i. Ixxiii. Gubernatis, Zool. Myth. i. 193 ; ii. 134, 136, 157. Hahn, Griechische Mdrchen, Nos. 45, 65. Indian Evangelical Review, Oct,, 1886 (Santal Story by Campbell). 'Jason' Myth, Apollodorus, I. ix. 1. (see Lang's Custom and Myth, " A Far-Travelled Tale). Kalevala, Rune 15, 530. Kletke, Mdrchensaal aller Volker, " Gagliuso." 3Iagyar Folk- tales, Jones and Kropf, p. 1, and notes, p. 303. Mallet, North. Ant., p. 436. Maspero, Contes Egyptiens, p. 4, " The Two Brothers." Naake, Slavonic Tales, p. 133. Old Deccan Days^ " The Brahman," " The Tiger