School: Cúil Mhaoile (Scoil N. Feichín)

Collooney, Co. Sligo
Bean Mhic Eachmharcaigh

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0178, Page 030

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All the money from Dunkirk to Belgrade would not buy the table on which Tom's father ate his dinner and the towel in which he wiped his mouth was thrown away never to be used again".
Needless to say, Mr Wall was over-joyed. He gave his daughter one thousand pounds as a dowry and then Tom and his wife came to Ireland. They built a mansion with Mrs. Tom's "fortune" and lived happy ever afterwards.