School: Clanna Caoilte (B.) (roll number 12286)

Clonakilty, Co. Cork
Ss. Ó Síthe

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0311, Page 137

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gives the names of the chief towns and the principal rivers of Europe. He finally comes to Ireland and calls it a "pleasant and joyous land, wealth abounding....the most fertile land that is under the sun".

From the late J.M. Burke Esq. Skibbereen

The Fall of Rosscarbery Barrack.

Many better and braver men of the Cork 3 Brigade of the I. R. A. could write the account of the capture of the R. I. C. stronghold of Rosscarbery in April 1921.
Before setting down the details of that fight it would be well for readers to have some ides of the situation existing at that time in the west cork area.
The Brigade area extended from Kinsale on the eastern side to the

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