School: Achadh an Easa (roll number 9814)

Aghavas, Co. Leitrim
Laoise, Bean Uí Chuag

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0228, Page 244

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living who has this cure the name and address of such a person and also prayers used will appear later in this book.

Jesus was born in Bethlehem, baptised in the River Jordan. The water was clear, the water was good. When Jesus came the water stood. By his words and by his means I command the blood to do the same.

As Peter sat on a marble stone, Jesus came to him alone "Peter" Says He "Why dost thou shake" "O My Lord Jesus" my tooth doth ache" Rise up Peter and be healed not thou alone but all that says those words for my sake shall never be troubled with the toothache.

Take a piece of string make o worm knot over patients body three times in the name of Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
The warm knot is made thus- Take end of string that is in right and pass it over end that is in left-hand, the make another loop by passing end in left hand over right pass that end through first loop made and again through second loop

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