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- (continued from previous page)can bend for a tongue. Then you get a Goblóg and a Baitín Bréagach. You would put the Goblóg against the crib. Then the Baitín is put in through the Goblog and the other end is put lightly on the tongue. Then the crib is set. Then there is bread or corn or holly berries put into it. The crib is sometimes called a cradle bird.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- A snare is made of very thin wire. They make the wire round and they leave a running loop in it. Then they drive a stick down through the ground. And they tie the(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.