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TABULATION OP FOLKTALES. 57

104. Schreck, ix., " The Wonderful Birch." Sicilian Story, " The Beautiful Cardia." Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, 160 ff. Straparola, Fable 2. Temple, Legends of the Punjab, 42, 143, 240. Thorpe, Yule-Tide Stories, " Svend's Exploits." Turner, Samoa, p. 102.

For inc. 7, 8, 9, (grateful beasts) cf. American Folhlore Journal, ii. 132- 134. Arabian Nights, " The Prince of Sind and Fatima." Asbjornsen, No. 63. "Beauty and the Beast" and variants. Campbell, i. 265-275. Cham- bers, Pojmlar Rhymes of Scotland, p. 103. Clouston, Pojndar Tales and Fictions, i. 223 ff.; also p. 320 ff. Crane, Italian Popular Tales, pp. 7, 61, 127, 324, 335, 343. Dasent, Norse Tales, pp. 59, 113, 296, 311 ; Tales from the Fjeld, " Father Bruin in a Corner," " Golden Bird." Day, Folldales of Bengal, pp. 209 ff., 281, 135, 219. Denton, Serbian Folldore, pp. 51, 296. Dozon, Contes Albanais, Nos. 5, 9, 12. Dravidian Nights, Nat'esa Sastri's, pp. 109, 115-117. Folklore Record, i. 80 ; iii. 47, 146, 184. Folhlore Journal, iii. 56, 60, 67, 214, 348-353; vi. 252, ff. Gaal, Marchen des Ma- gyaren, " Die dankbaren Thiere." Gesta Romanornm, 119th (Swan). Gonzenbach, 65, " Conte Piro." Gower, Confessio Amantis, Bk. 5. Grimm, Nos. 17, 57, 60, 62; see Ixxiii. Hahn, Gr. Mar., i. 109, The Three Grateful Beasts," and No. 25. Indian Antiqnao'y, i. 116, 118 ; ii. 358; iv. 261. Kalila wa Z>i?;i/i« (Fables of Bidpai). Katha-sarit-sagara, bk. X. ch. 65. Krausz, Sagen und Mdrchen der Sudslaven, No. 88, p. 97. Leger, Contes Populaires Slaves, Nos. 15, 19, 25. Madana Kdmardja Kadai, 2nd Story (translated by Natesa Sastri). Magyar Folktales, pp. 1, 149; and notes pp, 303, 322, 374. Mahabhdrata, Manu and the Fish, in "Legend of the Deluge." Mitford, Tales of Old Japan, " Little Peachling," and " The Grateful Foxes." Nineteenth Century, Dec. 1878, (Ralston). Old Deccan Days, pp. 13, 17-22, 55-56, 121, 220. Panchatantra (Benfey), i. 194, 208, etc. Persian Romance of " Hatim Tai." Pitre, No. 188. Portuguese Tales, Folklore Society, No. 30. Ralston, Russian Folldales, pp. 85, 100, 120, 140, 169, 264. Riviere, Contes Populaires Kabyles, p. 243. Sagas from the Far East, p. 136 ff. Satvja ja Tarinoita, i. 151. Schiefner, Tibetan Tales, xxvi,, xxxvii. Sicilian Story of the Beautiful Cardia. Sparks, Decisions of Princess Thoodhamma Tsari, Burmese " Aladdin " story. Stokes, Indian Fairy Tales, pp. 17, 63 ff., 153, 156, 161, 162, 165, 173, 180, 182. Temple, Legends of the Punjab, 11, 12, 29, 41 ff., 48 ff., 218, 219, 233 ff. Thorpe, Yule-Tide Stories, " Svend's Exploits." Wide-Awahe Stories, " Sir Bumble," pp. 5ff., 198, 205, 271, 276.

For inc. 10 (magic apples), cf. Campbell, I. Ixxxii ff. Corpus Poeticuin Boreale, i. 114, "Lay of Skirni." Dasent, Norse Tales, pp. 22, 71, 92, 155, 363. Folhlore Record, ii. 180, " Conn-Eda; or the Golden Apple of Lough Erne." Folhlore Journal, vi. 252 ff. Grimm, Nos. 17, 29, 53, 57, 121, 130, 136; (Apple from the Tree of Life, No. 121). Gy^jsy Lore Journal, i. 29. Ralston, Russian Folhtales. pp. 172, 176, 285. Wolf, "The Wonderful Hares."

(Signed) Makian Roalfe Cox.