Found in 204 Collections and/or Records:
Story entitled 'Niean an Ri' [Nighean an Rìgh / The King's Daughter]. At the end of the story Carmichael notes 'As a parallelt (sic) to this see Gleann a Chait Chao'aich in Book No [-]'.
Story entitled 'Starsach Meall Vat[ersay]', which tells how a father [presumably at Am Meall, Bhatarsaigh/Vatersay] sent his son to Maoldonaich [Maol Dòmhnaich] for leagan [leacan or large, flat stones] to put under a slab that was going to be made into a doorstep [starsach] and when he saw that the son's stone was larger than his he killed his son.
Story entitled 'Turas' about a man who sends his three sons on a journey with a bag, which they are not allowed to look into until they arrive at their destination. The eldest one decides he will look into it and in doing so falls. The other two brothers mock him and keep on going. On the eldest's return he tells his father who tells him he will need to keep his secret. The story has been scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.