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010       65018341 
035    (OCoLC)00275210 
035    (OCoLC)275210 
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050 0  GR141|b.B7 
082    398.20942 
100 1  Briggs, Katharine Mary,|eeditor. 
245 10 Folktales of England /|cedited by Katharine M. Briggs and 
       Ruth L. Tongue. 
264  1 [Chicago] :|bUniversity of Chicago Press|c[1965] 
300    xxxiv, 174 pages ;|c22 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Folktales of the world 
500    Includes unacc. melodies. 
504    Bibliography: pages [153]-158. 
505 0  Wonder tales. The small-tooth dog -- The green lady -- Tom
       Tit Tot -- Mossycoat -- Little Rosy -- The man who 
       wouldn't go out at night. 
505 0  Legends. Encounters with unnatural beings. Fairy 
       merchandise -- Goblin combe -- The fairy follower -- Pixy 
       fair -- The fairy midwife -- The green mist -- The apple-
       tree man -- Tibb's cat and the apple-tree man -- The man 
       in the wilderness -- The old man at the white house -- Why
       the donkey is safe -- The hunted soul -- The sea morgan 
       and the conger eels. 
505 0  Legends. Curses and ghosts -- Tarr Ball and the farmer -- 
       The four-eyed cat -- The witch's purse -- The gipsy's 
       curse -- The open grave -- Annie Luker's ghost -- The son 
       murdered by his parents -- Company on the road -- Room for
       one more. 
505 0  Legends. Giants -- The giant of Grabbist and the "Dorcas 
       Jane" -- The giant of Grabbist and Hawkridge Church -- The
       giant of Grabbist and the whitstones -- The giant of 
       Grabbist and the stones of Battlegore. 
505 0  Legends. Saints. St. Wulfric and the greedy boy -- The 
       devil and St. Dunstan -- St. Adelme -- St. Aloys and the 
       lame nag. 
505 0  Legends. Historical and quasi-historical traditions. St. 
       David's flood -- The legend of gold hill -- The grey goose
       feathers -- Swayne's leaps -- The lost bride -- The 
       thievish sexton -- Mr. Fox's courtship -- Drake's cannon 
       ball -- Marshall's elm -- Jack White's gibbet. 
505 0  Legends. Modern legends. The foreign hotel -- The stolen 
       corpse -- The half-cup of tea -- The five-pound note. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Devils and spirits. The curious cat -- The 
       last man hanged -- Dolly and the duke -- Summat queer on 
       batch -- A cure for a witch. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Heaven, hell, and parsons. A paddock in 
       heaven -- The two chaps who went to heaven -- The three 
       premiers who went to heaven -- The parsons' meeting -- The
       churchyard -- The parson and the parrot -- The man that 
       stole the parson's sheep. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Tales about children. The two little Scotch
       boys -- Father, I think -- King Edward and the salad -- 
       The rich man's two sons -- The first banana. 
505 0  Jocular tales. "Rhozzums" (short humorous tales, often 
       about local characters). The farmer and the "parson" -- 
       The Irishman's hat -- The three foreigners -- The deaf man
       and the pig trough -- The Borrowdale cuckoo -- Growing the
       church. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Husband and wife. The jamming pan -- The 
       contrary wife -- Knife or scissors -- The farmer and his 
       wife and the mirror -- The three obedient husbands -- The 
       lazy wife. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Master and man. The lad who was never 
       hungry -- Take a pinch of salt with it -- Old Charley 
       Creed -- The hungry mowers. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Shaggy dogs. The farmer and his ox -- The 
       two elephants -- The horse who played cricket -- The pious
       lion -- The tortoise's picnic. 
505 0  Jocular tales. Tall tales and absurdities. The dog and the
       hares -- The man who bounced -- Mark Twain in the fens -- 
       The endless tale. 
650  0 Tales|zEngland. 
700 1  Tongue, Ruth L.,|eeditor. 
830  0 Folktales of the world (Chicago, Ill.) 
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 Colchester, Cragin Memorial Library - Adult Department  398.2 BRIGGS, KATHARINE MARY    Check Shelf
 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  398.2 B854F    Check Shelf