School: Aodh Rua, Dún na nGall (roll number 13382)

Location:
Donegal, Co. Donegal
Teacher:
Séamus Mag Shamhráin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1034, Page 164

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(A) Paddy the Irishman was on a boat one day and there were Englishmen and Scotchmen on the same boat. The Englishmen were calling “up England”, the Scotchmen were calling “up Scotland” and a darkie called “up hell” and Paddy called “that's right every man for his own country”

(B) Once upon a time a man died and he was the brother in law of this other man's wife. He was a ery rich man and after he died the wife asked her husband “what did he leave us” and the husband replied “he left us” and that is all.
(C)Paddy the Irishman, Paddy the Englishman and Paddy the Scotchman were coming along the road one

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Collector
James Weir
Gender
male
Address
Drumbar, Co. Donegal
Language
English