the";line and says to the last player of it, "Am bocan beag tha air dheireadh, 's an air a tha mo mhiann. Bi maragan air mo rahias an nochd." (The little buck that is last, it is on him my desire is. There will be puddings on my plate to-night.) To this the Fiadh replies : " Ma bhios, cha'n fhaigh thun 'n so iad." (If they will be, you will not get them here.) The ' wolf then tries to separate the last of the row. This is the way the game is played in Coll.
R. C. Maclagan. ( To be continued.)