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Eas Niagara, 1972

Track ID : 107185

A poem which the contributor composed in praise of the Niagara Falls, which he visited when on holiday in Toronto.

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Mo Nighean Donn na Hùg Hù, 23 October 1970

Track ID : 110018

A love song by a Skye sailor who is unhappy at losing a girl he loved from the Portree area. He admits, however, to his affairs with two other girls; one in Glasgow and one in Uig.

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An t-Ollamh Urramach MacIllEathain Mac na Ceàrdaich., 12 February 1953

Track ID : 2678

Reverend Professor MacLean Sinclair and his song collection. The contributor relates the genealogy of the Reverend Professor Alexander MacLean Sinclair. He published a collection of songs, some of...

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Òran do dh'Eas Niagara, March 1953

Track ID : 2633

A poem describing the power and beauty of the Niagara Falls.

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Bàrd Cheann Loch Iùbh ag aoireadh a' bhàillidh., 11 March 1953

Track ID : 8007

The Bard of Kinlochewe satirising the bailiff. The Bard of Kinlochewe and his father were to be put off their land. The bailiff was coming the following day. The bard composed a satire to him that...

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Cleachdadh a bha aig an luchd-siubhail uaireigin., 12 March 1953

Track ID : 8574

Birth custom amongst the Travellers. Travellers washed their newborn babies in a loch, even in winter. The contributor has heard that Native Americans also had this custom.

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Leigheas airson giamh stamaig., 12 March 1953

Track ID : 8600

Cure for a stomach disorder. Water in which worms were boiled was used as a cure for stomach ailments.

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Leigheasan air lot nathrach., 12 March 1953

Track ID : 8619

Cures for a snakebite. Two cures for a snakebite. If the snake was caught and put in a dish of water, the water, when poured on the wound, would heal it. Alternatively, a hen would be killed, open...

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Bhite ag ithe duileasg air a ghoil mar leigheas airson craic..., 12 March 1953

Track ID : 8630

Eating boiled dulse was used as a cure for skin eruption.

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Leigheas air leanabh a bha a' rànaich., 12 February 1953

Track ID : 2659

Cure for a crying child. The contributor explains how to cure a child of 'ràchd', when they cried so much they almost stopped breathing.

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