School: An Gleann (roll number 14113)

Location:
Glen, Co. Sligo
Teacher:
Proinnsias Ó Ciaráin

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0179, Page 245

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left the whistle and the birds in the cave and came home.
The man that found the whistle covered back the hole as quickly as he could, when he knew the birds were gone. It is said that if the man kept digging he would get the crock of gold.

There is a hidden treasure in the townland of Knocknarrow in the Parish of Riverstown. The man who dreamt of the treasure was an old man named Kivleghan. This treasure is said to be hidden on the bank of a river in his own field. It was protected by an eel. It is about two fields from the road. The old man dreamt of this treasure three nights in succession.
He had to dig three stobs before

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Collector
Una Kearns
Gender
female
Address
Rockbrook, Co. Sligo
Informant
Mrs James Conlon
Gender
female
Age
58
Address
Doongelagh, Co. Sligo
Language
English