Appendices XXV to XXXI relate to the grievances of the Catholics in Barra and South Uist that their children are educated by non-Catholic teachers. 

A. XXV - Statement by Rev Archibald Macdonald, Barra
A. XXVI - Statement by Rev James Chisholm, Barra
A. XXVII - Statement by Right Rev Angus Macdonald, Bishop of Argyll & the Isles, Oban
A. XXVIII - Statement by Rev Roderick Macdonald, South Uist
A. XXIX - Statement by Rev Alexander Macintosh, Dalibrog
A. XXX - Statement by Rev Alexander Campbell, Bornish
A. XXXI - Statement by Rev Donald Macintosh, Benbecula

A. XXXII - Letters home by emigrants from Benbecula

A. XXXIII - Statement by Rev John A. Macrae, North Uist
A. XXXIV - Statement by Rev Angus Maciver, Uig (Lewis)
A. XXXV - Statement by Rev Angus Macritchie, Knock (Point)
A. XXXVI - Statement by Rev Roderick Macrae, Carloway
A. XXXVII - Statement by Rev James Strachan, Barvas
A. XXXVIII - Statement by Rev James Strachan, Barvas (on sheriff Macdonald)
A. XXXIX - Statement on behalf of Lady Matheson of the Lews
A. XL - Report by John Duthie on fisheries to J. Munro Mackenzie
A. XLI - Statement by William Mackay, chamberlain to the Lews Estate (includes letters from emigrants)
A. XLII - Statement by Sheriff William Black, sheriff depute (re fishery)
A. XLIII - Statement by Rev J. Martin, Stornoway
A. XLIV - Statement by Napier Campbell, solicitor
A. XLV - Statement by Rev Ewan Campbell, Lochs
A. XLVI - Statement by John Scobie, former factor of the Lews
A. XLVII - Statement by Roderick Campbell, North Dell
A. XLVIII - Statement by Alexander Carmichael; part of Appendix A. XCIX, below
A. XCIII - Further statement William Mackay, chamberlain to the Lews Estate
A. XCIX - Grazing customs in the Outer Hebrides, Alexander Carmichael

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