School: Dún Amhlaidh (roll number 14614)

Dunowla, Co. Sligo
Gleadhra Ní Fhiachraigh
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    in Ballyglass and she could walk from Templeboy to Sligo and get all the things she wanted and be back home again before night.
    There is an old man named James McGowan who lives in Ballyglass and he could mow an acre of meadow in one day.
    One day, Tom McAndrew, who lived in Dunowla, went to Dromore for a bag of flour and a bag of meal and the wheels came off his cart and he took a bag in each hand and carried them home.
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