School: Mullach Dubh

Lisgorman, Co. Leitrim
Pádhraic Ó Blioscáin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0203, Page 195

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  4. XML “Proverbs”

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  1. I rise myself up from this bed of sleep to adore my god and labour for the salvation of my soul. So may I rise on the last day to life everlasting. Clothe my soul with the Nuptial Robe of Charity and grant that I may wear it pure and undefiled before the judgement seat of Christ.
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  2. What is it that you cut a bit off to make it longer. A grave.
    Who may marry a wife and yet live single all his life. A clergyman.
    What is the best way to make a coat last. Make the trousers and vest first.
    What is it that a cat and no other animal has. Kittens.
    Why do you go to bed. Because the bed will not come to you. What is full of flesh and bones in the
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