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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Created For = CW,Use For = Brutality

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A Humane Snare for Rabbits and Hares, 1913

Identifier: Coll-1618/2/4/1/27
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A pamphlet, published by the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, detailing the dangers of using steel trap and wire snares to catch rabbits and hares, and details the harm thes snares can do. They recommend a stop-noose snare made of rope.

Dates: 1913

Handwritten Notes and Publications by James Burnet, 1955 - 1958

Identifier: Coll-1618/2/1/5/21
Scope and Contents A collection of handwritten manuscripts for publication, and published works (published by the SSPV and others) written by James Burnet, Editor of the Medical Review. 1. Handwritten manuscript for "The Scandal of Vivisection", by James Burnet 2. Handwritten manuscript for "Guard Your Pets", by James Burnet 3. Handwritten manuscript for "What is Vivisection", by James Burnet 4. Typed manuscript for "The Scandal of Vivisection", by James Burnet 5. Typed manuscript for "What is...
Dates: 1955 - 1958

Personal note about brutality, c1893

Identifier: Coll-97/CW126g/7
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Personal note about brutality stating that there are 'many brutalitys' the 'most hateful' being the 'brutality of wealth'. The note also describes the strong man as brutal because of his strength and the ignorant man brutal because of his ignorance but these he 'can forgive'.

Dates: c1893

Story about the 'Taoitear Saileach', c1862

Identifier: Coll-97/CW112/13
Scope and Contents Story about the 'Taoitear Saileach' [Taoitear t-Sàileach or Kintail Tutor] probably collected from Kenneth Morrison, Trithean/Trien, An t-Eilean Sgitheanach/Isle of Skye. The story begins by saying that An Taoitear t-Sàileach was a very bad man and quoting part of a saying in which he is described as one of the tree worst things about Scotland, the others being May frost and July fog. A widow told An Taoitear Sàileach that he could take away her cows but he could not take away her [sleep?]...
Dates: c1862

Story under the heading 'Ur-Sgeulan' entitled 'An t-Iarla Og', c1862

Identifier: Coll-97/CW112/10
Scope and Contents Story under the heading 'Ur-Sgeulan' entitled 'An t-Iarla Og' [The Young Earl] collected from Caristiane Nic Cuiean [Christina MacQuien or MacQueen] Fearann-an -letha [Fearann an Leagha/Fernilea, An t-Eilean Sgitheanach/Isle of Skye]. The story tells how a young earl hears a voice calling him in the middle of the night telling him that his wife is giving birth and that he should get up. This happens three times and on the third occasion he some up. As it is dark it is some time until he sees...
Dates: c1862