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St. Clair of the Isles, or, the outlaws of Barra

a Scottish tradition.

by Elizabeth Helme

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Published by Printed for A.K. Newman in London .
Written in English


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The Barra Isles, also known as the Bishop's Isles, are a small archipelago of islands in the Outer Hebrides of lie south of the island of Barra, for which they are group consists of nine islands, and numerous rocks.. In , the Lords of the Isles awarded Lairdship of Barra (and its associated islands) to Clan MacNeil of Barra. Barra (/ ˈ b ær ə /; Scottish Gaelic: Barraigh or Eilean Bharraigh [ˈelan ˈvarˠaj] ()) is an island in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, and the second southernmost inhabited island there, after the adjacent island of Vatersay to which it is connected by a short island is named for Saint Finbarr of Cork.. In , the population was 1, Highest elevation: Heaval, metres (1, ft).

I first became interested in the Lords of the Isles from reading Nigel Tranter's historical novels; then, I visited the Isles myself in Now, after having read this book, I feel energized enough to return to Scotland and become even more informed thanks to this excellent history on /5(11). Elizabeth Polack was an English playwright of the s, notable for having been described by chroniclers of the period as England's first Jewish woman melodramatist.. Few historical records survive which detail Elizabeth Polack's life. Although neither the year nor place of her birth have been noted, documentation of her activity as a playwright active in London between and remains.

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London: Milner & Company, [n.d.]. Prehistoric Barra The name Barra belongs properly to a whole group of islands, of which Barra itself is the chief. The names of these other lesser islands have a musical sound: to the north lie Fiaray, Fuday, Orosay, Gighay, Hellisay, Flodday, Fuiay; to the south are Vatersay, Sandray, Flodday, Pabbay, Mingulay, Berneray.

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