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Story about a trip made by mother and child, which would appear to have been copied from another source, in which the mother 'burst a blood vessel of the stomach' while in London and although her condition was precarious at first she recovered, returned home and travelled with her adult child 'a good deal in Glencoe and various other places enjoying ourselves very much' returning home 'greatly refreshed' [Gleann Comhann, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire].
Story about an uncle and his mean nephew incorporating two poems. The story tells how, while they were at a market the uncle asked his nephew, whom he had brought up, for a dram but the nephew refused. The uncles's response was the first poem beginning 'Mo chomains agus comain Iain, Mar chomain dist gun cheill'. The uncle asked for a dram again and once more the nephew refused and the reply was the second poem beginning 'Cha b'e comman an da Ghoill, Bu mhath liomsa/leinn dhiana riut'.
Story about Cailean Rua Ghlinn-uire [Cailean Ghlinn Iubhair or Colin Campbell of Glenure], who asked a woman who was mourning her sister where her sister's sons were, to which the reply came, 'Rascal. If they came none would so soon betray them as you.'