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Muireadhach was well established in the service to this patron - hence his elevated expectations of cattle, horses and choice land.
In-text: (Bateman, 2007)
Your Bibliography: Bateman, M., 2007. Duanaire na sracaire = Songbook of the pillagers : anthology of Scotland's Gaelic verse to 1600. pp.69-75.
In-text: (Black, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Black, R., 2019. An lasair. Edinburgh: Birlinn limited.
In-text: (Ó Baoill and Bateman, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Ó Baoill, C. and Bateman, M., 1994. Gàir nan clàrsach =.
In-text: (Thomson, 1993)
Your Bibliography: Thomson, D., 1993. An introduction to Gaelic poetry. Edinburgh: Edinburgh Univ. Pr.
In-text: (WPISW - Cumha Ni Mhic Raonuill, (Murt Na Ceapaich), 2021)
Your Bibliography: Womenspoetry.aber.ac.uk. 2021. WPISW - Cumha Ni Mhic Raonuill, (Murt Na Ceapaich). [online] Available at: <https://womenspoetry.aber.ac.uk/en/scottishgaelicpoems/murt-na-ceapaich/> [Accessed 6 October 2021].
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