School: Baile na Mín (roll number 14925)

Ballinameen, Co. Roscommon
Tomás Ó Conchobhair
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0238, Page 348

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    attending to the work you were sent here to do," said Pat's employer, on observing the latter's apparently erratic antics.
    "Killing Rats," answered Pat, laconically: "And might I ask how many you have now killed," said the farmer.
    "Certainly sir," called Pat, who happened just then to be making a mighty kick with his heavy hob-nailed right foot working boot at an imaginary escaping rodent. "Of course, sir," said he, "why shouldn't you ask. If," said he, "I had this wan I'm after now and another wan killed I'd have accounted for two."
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    it is beetled and all the useless stuff is taken away, next it is scutched then spun into fine yarn and woven into linen.
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