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        StatementA. Sinclair
        PublishersA. Sinclair
        LC Classifications1886
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        Paginationxvi, 50 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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Bha mi an impis an gnothach a leigeil seachad. On the summit of a rocky hill in the middle of a wood, was a tall stone. Tha an litir bheag ag obrachadh leis an fhaclair.

Every year she would walk to Inverness with her pigs to sell them at market. English Beurla Recently I finished a book about place-names in Inverness and the surrounding area.


9 Oz Additional Product Features Author Evan Maccoll Topic General. Brand New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages.

There is an account on the Tobar an Dualchais website in which Clsach nam beann people speak about her. The postulated boundary line crosses the highest points of the most southerly and westerly of the Highland Massive. In the hills above Glen Falloch, just north of Loch Lomond, a grassy mound and a pile of boulders stand at what is commonly thought to have been around 1500 years ago the boundary between the ancient kingdoms of Strathclyde to the south, Dal Riata to the northwest, and Pictland to the northeast.

Agus sin agaibh sgeul Cailleach nam Muc agus na cloiche aice ann an Srath Narann. Her journey would take two days. He was the late Andy Cumming. NN 337 216 The possible historical importance of this mound, although recorded on the OS maps as Clach na Briton, NMRS and in the Name Book, has not been recognised. Perhaps someone has seen it in person.