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Fear a chaidh a-steach a shìthean., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38841

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

A man went into a fairy hillock and was there far longer than he thought. A man went to fetch a horse. He saw a fairy hillock open and went in. He thought he had been there for three days. When he...

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Fionn agus an Deud-fios., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38842

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

Fionn and the Tooth of Knowledge. Fionn was fishing one day when he was a youngster and he saw an Englishman fishing. He wasn't catching anything and the man said to try casting a line on his luck...

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A' leigheas barra-chinn., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38844

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

Curing barra-chinn. Children used to get barra-chinn. One of the contributor's daughters had this while they were living in Tiree. A woman put her finger in the girl's mouth three times a week and...

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A' leigheas tinneas an rìgh., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38846

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

The contributor's grandfather used plants to cure scrofula.

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Fiosrachadh mun Ghruagaich 's mun Bhrùnaidh., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38847

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

Information about the Gruagach and the Brownie. There were place names such as Leac na Gruagaich. The Gruagach was a woman. If one left the band off the spinning-wheel she might be heard using it ...

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Fiosrachadh mun mhaighdinn-mhara., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38849

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

Information about mermaids. Mermaids are only seen during bad weather. They are mostly found abroad. A sailor from Lochboisdale told the contributor how a mermaid appeared on one occasion. A man s...

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Fiosrachadh mun mhaighdinn-bhuana., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38850

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

A piece of the last sheaf harvested was hung on the wall and tied with ribbon. It was kept throughout the winter.

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Fiosrachadh mun àirigh., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38852

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

Information about the sheiling. The contributor's sister went to a sheiling at the back of Hatharsal in Howmore when she was young. Her mother told her about her experiences of going to the sheili...

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Mar a rinneadh na b' fheàrr mart air an do laigh an droch-shùil., 19 September 1958

Track ID : 38853

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

How a cow with the evil eye was cured. A girl from Gairloch told the contributor that there was something wrong with one of their cows. The contributor told her that someone must have put the evil...

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Mar a chuidich Fear Stadhlaigearraidh boireannach gus a pàis..., October 1958

Track ID : 40335

Contributors : MacDonald, Peggy (4884)

How Fear Stadhlaigearraidh helped a woman to get her real baby back from the fairies. The fairies used to steal children. A woman came home to find the baby in the cradle crying incessantly. She t...

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