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Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

'Laoidh nan Ceann', c.1867-1872

Identifier: Coll-97/CW436
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Fragmentary text of 'Laoidh nan Ceann', recorded from Donald Macintyre on 22 March 1867. Remarks later added by J.F. Campbell on 15 July 1872.

Dates: c.1867-1872

'Luideag Bheag an Challtuinn' [The little rag from the hazel] and other tales, c 1861-1862

Identifier: Coll-97/CW446
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Tale 'Luideag Bheag an Challtuinn', recorded from Manus MacNeacail [Magnus Nicolson], Carbost on 7 December 1861. Page 6 is different version by Calum Mac an Linnein or Mac an Leallain [Malcolm MacLellan or MacLennan] at Carbost, 12 Feb 186[2], a boy of 7 years old who heard it from another little boy. Page 6v is the story the fox and the crow, recorded from Calum MacLean, 11 years old, on 12 February 1862. Pages 3v and 4 are notes by Carmichael on an old Ossianic reciter from Tote.

Dates: c 1861-1862

'Luideag Bheag o'n Challtainn' [The little rag from the hazel], 'Caol Reathain' [Kylerhea], and 'Sgeul na Luraich [The story of the breastplate], c 1860-1865

Identifier: Coll-97/CW475
Scope and Contents 'Luideag Bheag o'n Challtainn' (pages 1-4) was recorded from Donnacha Mac Dhiarmaid [Duncan MacDiarmaid], 'Fearnn-an-leaithe' [Fernilea], Isle of Skye on 7 February 1861. 'Caol Reathain' (pages 5-8) was recorded from 'Padraig Buidhe' [whose real name was Peter Anderson, Coultorsay, Islay], at Port Charlotte, Islay in May 1860, which includes further notes on Fenian place-names in Gleneleg and Skye by Carmichael from 1865. 'Sgeul na Luraich' (pages 9-16) was told by...
Dates: c 1860-1865

'Mac a Ghothain' [The smith's son] and 'Mac Shir Eothain Lochiall agus Mac Iarl Anntruim an Eirinn' [The son of Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel and the son of the Earl of Antrim in Ireland], c 1861-1866

Identifier: Coll-97/CW424
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Two tales. 'Mac a Ghobhain' (pp. 1-9) recorded from Uilleam MacCoinnich [William MacKenzie], Carbost, Isle of Skye on 6 February 1861. 'Mac Shir Eothain Lochiall agus Mac Iarl Anntruim an Eirinn' (pages 10-16) recorded from Aonghas Beaton [Angus Beaton], Bernisdale, Isle of Skye on 31 January 1861. Includes additional notes by Carmichael from 1866.

Dates: c 1861-1866

'Mar a mharbh Cu-chullainn a mhac Connlaoch' [How Cu-chullainn killed his son Connlaoch], c 1860-1872

Identifier: Coll-97/CW462
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Tale 'Mar a mharbh Cu-chullainn a mhac Connlaoch' recorded at Port Charlotte, Islay in July 1860 from 'Padraig Buidhe' [whose real name was Peter Anderson, Coultorsay, Islay]. A note from 1866 discusses the reciter and the tale, and another note from 1872 states that the tale was intended for 'Mr. Campbell of Islay' [John Francis Campbell], but perhaps 'Mr. Murdoch' [John Murdoch] would like it in writing for the Gaelic Society of Inverness.

Dates: c 1860-1872

Miscellaneous Notes by Rev Charles Robertson, late 19th-early 20th century

Identifier: Coll-97/CW13
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Notebook containing miscellaneous notes by the Reverend Charles Robertson. Contents include a list of Gaelic loan-words, notes on aspiration, eclipsis and phonetics, sources of information concerning old Gaelic beliefs and lists of grammatical stems.

Dates: late 19th-early 20th century

Miscellaneous Papers by Alexander MacBain, c.1880

Identifier: Coll-97/CW29
Scope and Contents Series of loose leaf papers by Alexander MacBain, mostly connected with his student days at Aberdeen University. Contents include: an essay entitled, 'Study and Books', a Presidential Address by Alexander MacBain to the Celtic Society, 7 November 1879, debates on Universal Suffrage and Irish Land Agitation, an essay entitled, 'Separate Legislation for the Highlands', a Gaelic debate on the theme, 'Co aca bu choir an t-Seann Nollaig agus Callain', a number of poems, an essay on Relativity and...
Dates: c.1880

'Na Coin Uaine' and 'Caol Readhain' [The Green Dogs and Kylerhea], c 1860-1861

Identifier: Coll-97/CW474
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Tale 'Na Coin Uaine' recorded from Duncan MacDhiarmaid at Fearann-an-la [Fernilea], Isle of Skye, on 8 February 1861; and tale 'Caol Readhain' recorded from Dughall (ban) Mac a Chombaich, Port na h-Apann, September 1860.

Dates: c 1860-1861

'Nead an Dreadhan Duinn ann an cean (sic) Eich' [The nest of the wren in the horse's head], c late 19th century

Identifier: Coll-97/CW456
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Tale 'Nead an Dreadhan Duinn ann an cean (sic) Eich'.

Dates: c late 19th century

'Nighean Righ Eirinn' [The King of Ireland's daughter], c 1870

Identifier: Coll-97/CW476
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The tale 'Nighean Righ Eirinn' recorded from Alasdair MacNeil, Barra, on 13 February 1866. Begins 'Bha righ ann an Eirinn uair agus bha e . ..' 'Needs correcting A.C.C.' is written at the top of the first page, and 'For Mr Campbell of Islay's acceptance' is written in the margin.

Dates: c 1870