School: Teampull Dubhglaise (roll number 6968)

Drumbologe, Co. Donegal
Seán C. Ó Dómhnaill

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1083, Page 243

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Long ago the Irish people used wicker-work coops for potatoes. Now they use wicker-work creels for carrying turf on donkeys, one on each side.

There was an old woman in Tullyhullion out herding cows one day, and a little hare came and ran in under a cow and looked up at her udder. The woman happened to say, "God protect the cow." The hare ran away and did the cow no harm.