School: Leitre (roll number 16164)

Lettera, Co. Galway
Seán Ó Reachtaire
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0012, Page 079

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0012, Page 079

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  2. XML Page 079
  3. XML “Scéalta Crábhaidh”
  4. XML “Gnása Crábhaidh”
  5. XML “Filí an Bhaile”

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  1. Deireann na daoine nuair a bhfeiceann siad réaltóg ag tuitim a paidir seo a rádh trí huaire "M'aigam do dia is do Mhuire"
    When they see a new moon they bless themselves. When they hear thunder they say three Hail Marys and sometimes they say the Rosery.
    When the people see a person falling they say God bless us.
    It is said that if you would say these prayers you would go to Heaven.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
  2. There was a man living in this district once. His name was Michael Corly. He was a great Irish speaker and a poet and he could play a bag-pipe. He used to go about the country playing on his bag-pipe.
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    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. genre
      1. poetry
        1. folk poetry (~9,504)