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Five sayings used to wish people well, 8 March 1895

Identifier: Coll-97/CW1/93

Scope and Contents

Five sayings written down by John Ewen MacRury, Beinn na Faoghla/Benbecula used to wish people well including a saying 'used when giving medicine to man or beast suffering from lingering disease.' The first saying begins 'Cluig slainte, cnaimh t-anochair'; the second 'Seachd sonais nan seachd rath air gach mac 'us nighean'; the third begins 'Uisge craonabhoineach geal'; the fourth 'Grian an cridhe na h' aird' and the final one 'Doinnean air aghaidh a chuain mhoir'.


  • Creation: 8 March 1895

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This material is unrestricted.


From the Series: 114 folios ; 14 x 20 cm

Physical Location


Physical Location

folio 106r, line 12 to folio 106v, line 13

Repository Details

Part of the University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections Repository

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