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Scope and Contents Story about a herd who when he went to collect some cattle and when he whistled for them they came down to the beach and three cows and their three calves started swimming towards Ceilegary [Ceileagraigh/Killegray]. He managed to stop the last cow and her limping calf by throwing 'lan a chroighl[e]' [possibly creel] into the pool in which they were standing.
Dates: March 1874
Scope and Contents Vocabulary probably picked up on Carmichael's trip to Siolaigh [Shillay, Caolas na Hearadh/Sound of Harris] including words for a shallow creek, moss and fish gills.
Dates: 31 May 1877