School: Cnoc Sceach, Clanna Caoilte (roll number 11424)

Knockskagh, Co. Cork
Liam Ó Ruairc

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0311, Page 446

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An animal should never be struck with a broom.

An animal should never be struck with a broom.It brings misfortune.

Black rabbits should not be killed or chased. They are fairies and it may be a human being that exists in that form.
When hens are dying of the "galar" if one is buried in a neighbour's field the disease attacks his fowl and leaves yours safe and sound.
Eggs, fowl, or a pet bonham should never be given away without getting some coin usually a penny. Otherwise the luck leaves the house

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