Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
Article about the Island of Barra written by William Arbuckle. It would appear that the article was sent to John Murdoch at the Highlander Office in Inverness.
Also included is a newspaper cutting which contains an article concerning the Clan origin of Lord Clyde.
Copy of a manuscript about the family of Mac Iain vic Hemish [Donald MacDonald, Mac Iain Mhic Sheumais] and accompanying note, 9 April 1866
Fragment of a song beginning 'Is cai[r]d[each] mi don chinne chleutach, S treubh na h-Apin mi' [Apainn/Appin, Earra Ghàidheal/Argyllshire].
Fragment of a song beginning 'La dhuinn aig [Seriffmuir], S ioma fuil ard ga dioladh'.
Fragment of a piobaireachd song beginning 'Thainig cait thainig cait, ris an droch uair thainig iad' [Thàinig Na Cait Oirnn or The Cat Are Come On Us]. The song is composed of eight lines.
Fragment of a story about hidden treasure on Am Muile/Isle of Mull. The story relates to the betrayal by MacLeod of Dunvegan and Maclean of Lochbuie of Hector Odhar Maclean at the Battle of Bloody Bay. When Maclean realised he was betrayed he 'car[r]ied the treasure up & threw it in the well where it is buried. closed up now simply a hollow.'
Historical notes relating to the marriages and offspring of Clan Donald and accompanying archaeological notes about chapels, 1894
Historical notes relating to the marriages and offspring of Clan Donald Godfrey of Siol Gorrie [Sìol Goraidh] and Donald first Earl of Ross, John Earl of Antrim and Alexander of Lochaber. Accompanying archaeological notes relate to chapels built close to each other.