Found in 1040 Collections and/or Records:
Two stories about Ruary an tartair [Roderick MacNeil] and accompanying notes about Barraigh/Isle of Barra], 1867
Two stories about shooting birds including that [-] Ross, gamekeeper, shot a forked tailed gled [kite] in 1884 and that in Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist he tried to shot at a greylag goose and on going to retrieve it, it was taken by a peregrine falcon and eaten before he got to it. He shot at the falcon but failed and eventually got it by setting a trap. The falcon went into the possession of Captain John [Maccalum]. Text has been scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.
Two stories of sparrows caught by merlins in Edinburgh which relates how one was caught in front of a cab driving along Princes Street and another at Portobello in 1887. Also notes that a white-winged sparrow had been seen in Princes Street. Text has been scored through as if transcribed elsewhere.
Two stories relating to the hangings in Uibhist a Tuath/North Uist and accompanying etymological note, 5 August 1870
Two stories under the title 'Do'ull Gearr no Cearr' about Niall Mòr MacMhuirich and accompanying note, 1865 and 1875
Series of articles, tales, and verse, written mainly by the hand of Alexander Carmichael. Includes various writings concerning seals and the MacCodrums. Also articles/tales headed ' Na Uisegaran', 'An Cochal' and 'Bodach Sgeir Róis.