Correspondence of Hew Morrison, with papers concerning his edition of ‘Songs and poems in the Gaelic language’ by Rob Donn. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
MS.14955
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 1882-1903, undated. (Creation)

Extents

  • 21 Leaves (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Normal access conditions apply.

  • Conditions Governing Use

    Normal reproduction conditions apply, subject to any copyright restrictions.

  • Arrangement

    21 folios.

  • Scope and Contents

    Material connected with Hew Morrison’s edition of Rob Donn’s ‘Songs and poems in the Gaelic language’ (folios 1-12), and general correspondence (folios 13-21), of which only Alexander MacKay’s letter concerns the poems.

    The contents are as follows.

    (i) Photographs and a map (folio 1);

    (ii) Farther copies of some of the press cuttings in MS.14954 (folio 4);

    (iii) The surname controversy: notes and a survey (folio 6);

    (iv) Letter to Hew Morrison from the Reverend William Grant, Durness, dated 2 March 1882 (folio 13);

    (v) Letter to Hew Morrison from the Reverend Eric Findlater, Lochearnhead, dated 24 May 1883 (folio 14);

    (vi) Letter to Hew Morrison from Alexander MacKay, Edinburgh, dated 15 December 1901 (folio 15);

    (vii) Letter to Hew Morrison from the Duchess of Sutherland, Tongue, December 1903 (folio 17);

    (viii) Letter to Hew Morrison from Andrew Carnegie. With a card in which is printed a poem on Carnegie by R(obert) C(ouston) and a letter in reply from Carnegie to the Dunfermline Press: Florida, 16 February 1906 (folio 19).

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