The King of the Cats

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Versions of
The King of the Cats
Versions of The King of the Cats include:
  • "Letter XXXIX", William Combe, Letters of the Late Lord Lyttleton (1807).
  • "The King of the Cats", John Dunlop, Poems on Several Occasions from 1793 to 1816 (ed. John Colin Dunlop, 1836).
  • "Ghost Story No. IV", M. G. Lewis, recorded by P. B. Shelley in Journal at Geneva (including Ghost Stories) and on Return to England, 1816. (ed. Mary Shelley, 1840).
  • "Dildrum, King of the Cats", D. C., Notes and Queries. Series 2, Volume 10, December 15, 1860.
    • Reprinted as "Dildrum, King of the Cats" in Lancashire Legends, Traditions, Pageants, Sports, &c. (ed. John Harland & T. T. Wilkinson, 1873).
  • "Doldrum, King of the Cats", Pusseyite & K., Notes and Queries. Series 2, Volume 11, January 12, 1861.
  • "The King of the Cats", C. S. Burne, "Two Folk-Tales from Herefordshire" in The Folk-Lore Journal. Volume 2, 1884.
  • "The King o' the Cats", Joseph Jacobs, More English Fairy Tales. 1894.



Similar stories include:

  • "Northumberland Tradition", P. P., Notes and Queries. Series 1, Volume 6, July 24, 1852.
  • "Colman Grey", Thomas Q. Couch, "The Folk Lore of a Cornish Village" in Notes and Queries. Series 1, Volume 11, May 26, 1855.