Leprechaun colonies of Gothic Fairies early established themselves in the Highlands of Ireland and almost every Lowland. Fairy or Dwarf-tale will there find its fellow Clurichaun. Gaelic Fairies dance and sing, lend and borrow, and they make cloth and shoes. They make their raids upon the low country, and carry off women and children; they fetch midwives to assist at the birth of their children, and mortals have spent a night at the fairy revels, and next morning found that the night had extended a hundred years. The Gael call the Fairies Daoine Shi', and Men of Peace, perhaps the Stille-folk, Still-people. The Irish or Erse marvellously slender, Daoine Shi' is perhaps merely Fairy-people. Their habitations Shians, or Tomhans. These are a sort of turrets, resembling masses of rock or hillocks. By day they are indistinguishable, but at night they are frequently lit up with great splendour. These Daoine Shi' are very handsome in their persons, and usually attired in green. Brownie, too, shows his honest face in the Highlands and the mischievous water Kelpie also appears in his equine form, and seeks to decoy unwary persons to mount him, that he may plunge with his rider into the neighbouring loch or river. The Highlanders have the same fairy Shetland neighbours have. The leprechaun fairy fairies or Saint Ppatrick faire, wee one, wee folk, faery, faerie, fay, fae. Leprechaun's, pot of gold and three wishes are remembered on St. Patrick's. St, Patricks day Irish of Ireland is celtic Fairy Shoemaker or elf shoemaker may show you their pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Clurichaun or girl leprechaun ride small animals and drink all night.