`M.S. West Highland Tales Vol. VI`, consisting entirely of material, in considerable disorder, for ‘Popular Tales of the West Highlands’, volume 4, which contains John Francis Campbell`s `Postscript` and his articles on the Ossianic controversy, Welsh traditions, the theory of mythology, a `Plea for Gaelic`, and Highland dress, art and music, with letters from his collectors and an essay on Gaelic poetry largely by Hector MacLean. Edit

Summary

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Adv.MS.50.1.6(Part 1-Part 3)
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Sub-Series

Dates

  • 1861. (Creation)

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    3 boxes.

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Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    The original manuscripts of Campbell and his collaborators have been cut up, revised and amended by Campbell in the course of production of his final text.

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