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Where T^Viblished— Folklore of Home, by R. H. Busk. London, 1874. Tale No. 2, pp. 15-18.

Nature of Collection, whether:—

1. Original or translation. — Told in Italian to Miss Busk.

2. Jf by word of Tnouth, state narrator's name.

3. Other ;p articular s.

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

pp. 18-21, and Appendix B, 427-428.

Miss Busk points out that black Saracen woman's words, as she goes to fountain for water (inc. 6), would have no sense if the incidents were not fully developed in other stories. See Campbell's Tales of the West High- lands, pp. 56-57, and below.

Remarks by the Tabulator.— The incident referred to by Miss Busk is fully described in a variant published in the Folklore Journal, vol. 6, No. 3, called " The Three Lemons," contributed by Rev. A. H. Wratislaw, from Slovenish of North Hungary, J. Rimarski's Slovenskje Povcsti, 1, 37.

(Signed) Isabella Barclay.