Found in 157 Collections and/or Records:
Poem beginning 'Is ann air luba na h-abhuinn' and concluding 'Bha na laidhe gun eiridh Bodach Nam Brigis' [Briogais].
Poem entitled 'Clann An Lir' [Children of Lir] collected from Hector Maciosaig, Eachann mac Ruarai [Hector MacIsaac], Ceannlangabhat, Iocar, South Uist [Iochdar, Uibhist a Deas] and accompanying story which explains that the verse was said to the gravedigger when he was digging the grave of the Children of Lir in Larne, Ireland and explains the enchantment under which the children were put. Additions have been made to the text in pencil and ink.
Cuttings from various newspapers concerning Peter Baillie's accidental death in India.
Articles in newsletters and similar about Peter Baillie, his missionary work in India and his accidental death there.
Proverb about death beginning 'Nead eir Bhr'it ugh eir innid'. Text has been scored through as if to indicate it has been transcribed elsewhere.
Proverb beginning 'Tha leigheas air gach cas, Ach air a bhas ni bheil' with accompanying English translation. The text is written in ink and has been scored through in ink.
Proverb which reads 'Tha leigheas an gach cas, Ach cha nil/ni bheil leigheas air a bhas'. The text has been scored through in pencil.
Proverb which reads 'La Domhnach Casg, La bas nan uibhean'.
Quotation from a Highlander after he killed a red-coat soldier, which reads ' 'S e Dia duileach a rinn e, fear na h-aibeide big a mharbhadh agus fear a chota ghlais gun aon dad air.'
Photograph of the racehorse, Cylette, lying in the grass with a group of men and policemen standing behind after it fell down dead once finishing the Nimble Plate race at Windsor in 1919. The photograph on the right is of the horse's owner, Madame Varipati.