School: Beanntraighe (B.) (roll number 15135)

Location:
Bantry, Co. Cork
Teacher:
Dr. Mac Carrthaigh

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him and at last freed him, but the skin clung to the chair.
They then killed a sheep and put the skin on his back, and he grew wool, and he had to be sheared every day, and it is he who kept wool to the Fianna.

Long ago there lived a man near Glengarriff named Diarmuid Ó Laoghaire. He used rob every person he would meet. Every copper he had he hid them in a mountain. One evening he heard there was a man coming from the village with a good share of money. He was on the watch for him to rob the money. As he was going out the door of the hut, he fell that instant on the door step in a weakness. There was an old woman passing by and she picked him up. A few days after the

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Collector
John Mc Carthy
Gender
male
Address
Bantry, Co. Cork
Informant
Mrs O Donovan
Gender
female
Address
Bantry, Co. Cork
Language
English