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Iasgair à Cinn t-Sàile a' lorg fiodh a dhèanadh druim ùr dhan bhàta aige., November 1957

Track ID : 44584

A fisherman from Kintail was searching for timber to make a new keel for his boat. Whilst searching the woods, he failed to locate a perfect tree and had to spend the night in the house of three ol...

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Fearchar Fiaclach., 1959

Track ID : 32735

Fearchar Fiaclach. A pregnant woman waited for a very long time, and got bigger and bigger, but there was no sign of her child being born. A beggar came to her house one day, and was told about a ...

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Gormail Mhòr 's an geamair., 1959

Track ID : 32736

Gormail the Witch and the gamekeeper. The contributor describes how the Doideag Mhuileach and Gormail Mhòr were involved in the sinking of Iain Garbh's ship. Gormail appeared in the form of a whit...

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An t-uachdaran agus an sagart., 14 June 1958

Track ID : 32848

The landowner and the priest. A landowner was looking for an excuse to kill the priest. He told him that in three days he would ask him three questions. He would be put to death if he couldn't ans...

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An Triùir Ghòrach., 14 June 1958

Track ID : 32288

The story of the three foolish people. A story about a boy who goes to find a wife. He comes to a house where a girl lives alone with her parents. The girl goes off to the peatstack and thinks how...

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Iain mac Alasdair is am fear a leig air gun robh e marbh., 14 June 1958

Track ID : 32353

Iain mac Alasdair and the man who pretended to be dead. Iain mac Alasdair stopped at inn on way to Falkirk with cattle. He stopped for the night, but was pursued by two riders. He went to a cottag...

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An sagart, am ministear, agus na cearcan., 14 June 1958

Track ID : 32359

The priest, the minister, and the chickens. A priest was having a minister round to dinner. The cook boils two chickens and her sweetheart eats them. The minister arrives and the priest comes to s...

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Mar a fhuair am madadh-ruadh làmh-an-uachdair air a' bhrocai..., 1959

Track ID : 30526

How the fox got the better of the foxhunter. There was a foxhunter who used to hang the corpses of every fox he killed in his kitchen. He lived in an old house, in which he kept a cow. One night h...

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Mar a thug biast-dhubh an car à croitear., 1959

Track ID : 30527

How an otter tricked a crofter. There was a crofter from Loch Aoineart who came across an otter in a burn. He hit the otter, which then pretended to be dead. He grabbed its tail and put it over hi...

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Seòras Bochanan agus an Deamhan., 1959

Track ID : 30530

George Buchanan and the Devil. Nobody could ever trick George Buchanan. Once, he was with a group who were practising the black arts. They met in a house, and the last night that they met, the Dev...

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