A woman's waulking song/lament about Hugh, son of Archibald the Clerk, who came from Skye to Uist with his men and murdered all the men on the land there.
Five verses. The song relates to Hugh MacDonald, son of Archibald the Clerk from Skye, and nephew of Dòmhnall Gorm, who murdered the MacVicar brothers of North Uist for their lands. The lament is traditionally believed to have been composed by their sister.
An alternative title for this song (and any others with the title of Ùisdein 'ic Ghilleasbaig Chlèirich), is 'Chaidh Mis' a dh'Eubhal Imprig'.