School: Nead an Iolraigh (roll number 11669)

Cloonlooaun, Co. Galway
Bríd Ní Chadhain
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0006, Page 052

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    said to Lady Salmon "that's where I saw the house."
    (Lady) He got paralyzed and Lady Salmon had to bring him home in his cart again. He lived long after but never did any good.
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  2. The Treasure of of Cleggan Beag.
    A certain man lived at Cleggan Beag. When ever this man was seen working in the field there was always a woman seen with him. If any person asked him about her he denied to them. One day she came and told him that there was a treasure hidden in Cleggan Beag in a blessed well. Every seven years it could be got at 12 o' clock in the middle of the night. She told him that the woman who hid it was.
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    1. genre
      1. belief (~391)
        1. folk belief (~2,535)
          1. treasure legends (~7,411)
    2. agents (~1)
      1. supernatural and legendary beings (~14,864)