School: An Tulach Mór (roll number 11047)

Tullamore, Co. Kerry
Gearóid Mac Piarais

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0399, Page 115

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the water. The giant rushed out at him but Regan hit him with his sword and broke it in two. Then he jumped into the water and swam across to the other side. The giant caught a piece of a rock but he slipped and fell and he broke his back and was killed. All the people were very thankful to Regan because they were never again troubled by the candle.

Once upon a time there lived a man who possessed a pot of gold. He did not know what to do, because he had no son or daughter after him to take it. One day a very small little man came to

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