School: Gníomh go Leith (B.) (roll number 1703)

Location:
Gneevgullia, Co. Kerry
Teacher:
Cormac Ó Laoghaire
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    home time after, Daniel got sick, and had to go to Killarney Hospital. One night he got about a pound of salts from one of the nuns. On the following morning she ([?]) enquired of him how he spent the night. "Very busy indeed, madam." said Daniel.
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  2. Daniel spent only eleven days at school altogether. When the Farmers' were sending their butter to the Cork butter market, and selling it by the cwt. Daniel would tell you the price of it per pound in one minute. On the first time Daniel wore a tweed pants, he went within a short distance of Grieeveguilla Village when he got ashamed of his new pants, and returned home again and took it off.
    Daniel used to be ordering Mick. around. If Mick would not take his orders. Daniel would say "You are gone hire-oneous against me altogether. Mick I never saw the like of you". Once Daniel had
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