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Fr. Allan McDonald of Eriskay, 1859-1905
J. L. Campbell
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Title and statement of responsibility area. Title proper. Fr Allan MacDonald of Eriskay, - Priest, Poet and Folklorist. General material designation. Textual record; Parallel title. FR ALLAN McDONALD, ERISKAY R.I.P.
Lone is the Isle where our hero priest slumbers, Wild are the waves that encompass its shore Broken the hearts of the faithful it numbers - Peace to his ashes, Loved Allan's no more." Cold now the Autumn blasts come from the ocean, Black now the land that the Reaper hath mown.
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Everyday low Author: J. L Campbell. 4John Lorne Campbell, Fr Allan McDonald of Eriskay, – Priest, Poet and Folklorist (Edinburgh, ). Campbell collated Gaelic and folklore items from notebooks divided between the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow and campaigned against the inappropriate use of Fr Allan's by: 2.
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Allan McDonald of Eriskay (–). Maighstir Ailein, as he was affectionately known, originally hailed from Lochaber but will be for ever associated with Eriskay, an island lying at the southern tip of South Uist. Within the manuscript collections held in Special Collections are a number of letters and note-books relating to Father Allan McDonald of Eriskay (), described by his biographer John Lorne Campbell () as “priest, poet and folklorist”.
As a lifelong devotee of Gaelic language and culture, it seems fitting to remember him on Gaelic Language. Bardachd Mhgr Ailein: The Gaelic Poems of Fr Allan McDonald of Eriskay (), transcribed by Campbell from his manuscript and edited with some translations. Privately. Privately. [CH2/1/1/13]. Fr Allan McDonald (), priest, poet and folklorist, is one of the best-loved pastors the Scottish Catholic church has ever known.
His name is evergreen in the Gaelic-speaking islands of South Uist, Barra and Eriskay, where he is remembered simply as Maighstir Ailein - 5/5(2). Buy Gaelic Words and Expressions from South Uist and Eriskay, Collected by MacDonald of Eriskay () (Irish language - Lexicography) 2nd Revised edition by Campbell, J.L.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. On 13 FebruaryAlexander Carmichael wrote a short letter to Fr Allan McDonald (–), styled Maighstir Ailein, who has recently been the subject of a biography (Father Allan) written by Roger Hutchinson.
The compiler of this text was none other than Maighstir Ailein or Fr Allan McDonald (–) and, in all likelihood he should also be credited for composing some of the material to be found within this book's covers. Both men had been friends for a number of years for Carmichael and McDonald shared many common interests, especially their.
Campbell John Lorne - Fr. Allan McDonald of Eriskay, Priest, Poet and Folklorist Softback. A near very good copy in light blue covers lettered in black on front cover.
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Campbell, J L, 'Fr Allan Mcdonald of Eriskay, -Priest, Poet, and Folklorist', Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd, Campbell, JL, 'The Late Fr Allan Mcdonald, Miss Goodrich Freer and Hebridean Folklore', Scottish Studies 2, pt 2,pgs - Buy Gaelic Words and Expressions from South Uist and Eriskay, Collected by MacDonald of Eriskay () by J.L.
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Father Allan MacDonald (Scottish Gaelic Maighstir Ailein) (25 OctoberFort William, Scotland – 8 OctoberEriskay) was a Roman Catholic priest, poet, folklore collector, and activist from the Scottish Gàidhealtachd.
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Religion - Catholic. Taxonomy. Subjects. Code. Scope note(s) Source note(s) Display note(s) Fr Allan MacDonald of Eriskay, - Priest, Poet and Folklorist. Scotland The hymns are all compositions of Fr. Allan MacDonald, Eriskay. Last Will and Testament of Eric F. MacKenzie.
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This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and. Sly Cooking revives 42 weird and wonderful Gaelic words collected by 19th century priest, poet and folklorist, Fr Allan, in South Uist and Eriskay.
The words were originally published by John Lorne Campbell inamong thousands of others gleaned from Fr Allan’s notes, in Gaelic Words and Expressions from South Uist and Eriskay.
Gaelic Words and Expressions from South Uist and Eriskay Collected by Rev. Allan McDonald of Eriskay () ed. by J. Campbell, 2nd ed. (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies,reprinted [first ed. Eilein na h'Oige: The Poems of Fr Allan McDonald (English and Scots Gaelic Edition) (Scots Gaelic) Paperback – Novem by Ronald Black (Author), John Lorne Campbell (Author), Allan McDonald (Author) › Visit Amazon's Allan McDonald Page.
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Also, You Can Read Online Eriskay Where I Was Born Full Book.The poetry of Allan MacDonald (–) is mainly religious in nature. He composed hymns and verse in honour of the Blessed Virgin, the Christ Child, and the Eucharist.
However, several secular poems and songs were also composed by him. In some of these, MacDonald praises the beauty of Eriskay and its people.Eriskay (Scottish Gaelic: Èirisgeigh), from the Old Norse for "Eric's Isle", is an island and community council area of the Outer Hebrides in northern Scotland with a population ofas of the lies between South Uist and Barra and is connected to South Uist by a causeway which was opened in In the same year Ceann a' Ghàraidh in Eriskay OS grid reference: NF