Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = Baillie
Found in 101 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Blessing beginning 'Falb[h] lom is thug molach, S beir am boir[reanach] Bealt[ainn]' [Am Beannachd Lombaidh or The Clipping Blessing]. Text has been scored through.
Scope and Contents Blessing probably collected on Beinn na Faoghla/Benbecula beginning 'Far an toir thu cul do chinn, Agus clar do bhathais'. Text has been scored trhough in pencil as if transcribed elsewhere.
Scope and Contents Blessing entitled 'Beannac[hd] An Eiridh' or 'Am Beannac[hd] Eiridh' collected from Mary MacRae, Caolas Stiadar/Sound of Stiadar, Na Hearadh/Harris on 4 April 1876, beginning 'Dia liom a laidhe! Dia liom ag eiridh!'. The text has been scored through in pencil and additions have been made to it in both pencil and ink.
Scope and Contents Fair copy of a blessing entitled 'Rann Spreidh' [Rann Sprèidh] collected from John Macinns [MacInnes] Iain mac Phadruig, age 74, crofter, Staoligearry [Stadhlaigearraidh/Stilligarry, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist]. Poem begins 'Siubhal beinne siubhal baile'. This text has been scored through perhaps indicating it has been transcribed elsewhere.
Dates: 30 March 1877
Scope and Contents Blessing for cattle entitled 'Rann Spreidh' [Rann Sprèidh] beginning 'Siual beinn siual baile' collected from John Macinnes, Iain mac Phadruig, age 74, Staoligearry, South Uist [Stadhlaigearraidh/Stilligarry, Uibhist a Deas]. The verse is composed of eight lines. This text has been scored through perhaps indicating it has been transcribed elsewhere.
Dates: 30 March 1877
Scope and Contents Blessing for crofters (text unclear) and vocabulary note which reads 'Cosda = two crofters ploughing together'. Text has been scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.
Dates: July 1909
Identifier: BAI 1/6/15
Scope and Contents Broadcast by John Baillie, examining the issue of prayer and problems with it, such as individual self-centredness.
Fonds — Box CLX-A-1592
Content Description Collection of 32 Victorian printed ephemera, in colour: greeting cards, birthday cards, New Year and Christmas cards, religious cards with short prayers, a Valentine card, and two advertisements for Heinz and Ivelcon. Some cards are annotated in the back by the people who sent or received them.
Dates: 19th - early 20th century
Scope and Contents Curse entitled 'Guidhe' [Ulc a Dhèan Mo Lochd or The Wicked Who Would Harm Me] beginning 'Cas an cois gach ursa, Bas am bun gach cailbhe.' The text is in ink and has been scored through in pencil as if transcribed elsewhere.
Scope and Contents Custom about 'La nam Marbh' [2 November] probably collected on Barraigh/Isle of Barra that people would take off their socks and shoes and take alms to the poor' as a propitiation to God for the souls in purgatory.' Carmichael notes that the custom is 'Not now bare footed.' Text has been scored through in ink as if transcribed elsewhere.
Dates: September 1872