2.5 News Review
J. Spencer MUIRHEAD , D.S.O., M.C.,
3.0 Scottish History
David I and New Ways
DORIS M. KETELBEY
An t-Urr Coinneach MacLeoid, D.D.
Chan 'eil Gaidheal eile air am motha meas na an t-Urr. Coinneach MacLeoid, Giogha. Is mdr an chair a rinn e, agus a tha e fhathast a' deanamh as leth na Gaidhlig. Tha e ag Cleachdadh na canain mar fhear-ceaird ealanta, agus is e fior bheag, ma tha iad idir ann, a bheir birr air mar fhear-sgriobhaidh. Tha cuirm-chiuil na h-oidhche nochd a chum a bhi a' foillseachadh beagan de na h-orain ris a bheit ainm an ceangal.
(Bards and Song-makers of the Present day-The Rev. Kenneth MacLeod ,
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