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'Chi mi sin is fuaighidh mi so', 20th century

 Item
Identifier: Coll-98/3/1/9

Scope and Contents

'Chì mi seo is fuaighidh mi so', which translates to English as, 'I see this and I sew that', is a folk tale from Argyll about a tailor who does not believe in apparitions or supersticions. This may be a script for a lecture or a text for students of Celtic at the University of Edinburgh.

Dates

  • 20th century

Language of Materials

Scottish Gaelic

Physical Description

The pages are in good condition. The binding is well-preserved. The ink is unfaded. The handwriting is relatively clear.

Conditions Governing Access

Open. Please contact the repository in advance.

Extent

1 notebook

Previous reference

Mackinnon B.21

Physical Description

The pages are in good condition. The binding is well-preserved. The ink is unfaded. The handwriting is relatively clear.

Physical Facet

Material: Paper

Binding: Pages folded and inserted into one another; and held together by contemporary string

Dimensions

19 cm x 23.4 cm

Repository Details

Part of the University of Edinburgh Library Heritage Collections Repository

Contact:
Centre for Research Collections
University of Edinburgh Main Library
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Edinburgh EH8 9LJ Scotland
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