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Examples of dreams as omens., September 1964

Track ID : 1534

Examples of dreams as omens. Ella Walker doesn't like dreaming about babies, because it is a bad omen. Her aunt dreamt about horses before sad events. Ella has heard of people not liking to dream ...

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An owl is the only bird the contributor has heard to be unlu..., September 1964

Track ID : 1535

An owl is the only bird the contributor has heard to be unlucky.

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A verse about hidden treasure at Craigard. Gold is supposed..., September 1964

Track ID : 1536

A verse about hidden treasure at Craigard. Gold is supposed to be buried on an island in Glenlyon.

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The place name 'Sloc an Eich Dhuibh'., September 1964

Track ID : 1537

The place name 'Sloc an Eich Dhuibh'. The contributor does not know the story attached to the place name 'Sloc an Eich Dhuibh', but thinks it is connected with a water-horse.

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A man who was left money by a relative in America hid it in..., September 1964

Track ID : 1538

A man who was left money by a relative in America hid it in a hill. A man was left money by a relative in America. He buried it in a hill near his house, wrapped in a foal's skin. It later occurre...

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Place names and saints in Perthshire., September 1964

Track ID : 1539

Place names and saints in Perthshire. Creag Eunaidh is supposed to be one of the Fingalian's places of judgement. There were a number of these in Glenlyon. Cas Lorg Pheallaidh is said to be the fo...

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A feud between MacDougall of Lorne and Chisholm of Strathgla..., September 1964

Track ID : 1540

A feud between MacDougall of Lorne and Chisholm of Strathglass. There was a feud between MacDougall of Lorne (Iain Dubh) and Chisholm of Strathglass. The Chisholms raided, but MacDougall had a fin...

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Mention of a MacIver-Stewart battle circa 1400., September 1964

Track ID : 1541

Mention of a MacIver-Stewart battle circa 1400. The contributors discuss the site of a battle between MacIvers and Stewarts of Garth circa 1400. The burn nearby is called Allt nan Cuaran where the...

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The last sheaf of harvest., September 1964

Track ID : 1542

The last sheaf of harvest. The contributor's uncle called the last sheaf of harvest the cailleach in Gaelic, but the maiden in English. The contributor called it the maighdeann. Cailleach was also...

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Retting pits and flax., September 1964

Track ID : 1543

Retting pits and flax. Flax was grown in a number of places in the Perthshire area. Each probably had its own retting pit. Mention of old villages in the area.

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