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- Oisin was in Keerlan and his grave known as "Dún Dragon" is to be seen.
One day he was brought threshing and he made a flail of hazel rods twisted and the first blow went half way through the stack.
He got for dinner _ a quarter of beef, a mioscan of butter and a bannog of bread. He was blind at the time. He was asked what he thought of the dinner. He said "Gheobhainn ceathramha loin duibh chomh mór le do cheathramha Máirt
Gheobhainn caora caorthain chomh mór le do mhioscán
Gheobhainn duilleog eidhinn chomh mór le do srubhán
To get the quarter of the blackbird he went out with his fidcóg and an apple in the end of it. He blew it and the birds collected. At last a huge blackbird came over the sea. St. Patrick(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.