School: Inis (B.) (roll number 15042)

Ennis, Co. Clare
Seoirse Ó Maoldhomhnaigh
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0609, Page 508

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    hold it any longer, so it broke. He went home dreaming of nothing. A couple of nights from the day in which he found the tug, he dreamt, three nights of the river. He went fishing next day and, as he went to put down his net he pulled up the gold.
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  2. Davoren's field.
    There is a pot of gold hidden in Davoren's field and a man tried to get it. When he dug up the gold he saw a little man sitting on a stone wearing a red jacket. When the man had it up it fell back in again and when the man went home he died.
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  3. There was once a man who had a pot of gold and did not know what to do with it. He got up early one morning. Then he went into the woods and dug a big hole and buried it. When the thieves came to his house the gold was gone and they could not find it. Two days later he went
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    1. genre
      1. belief (~391)
        1. folk belief (~2,535)
          1. treasure legends (~7,411)
    Michael Summerly
    Old Mill Street, Co. Clare
    Remond Healy
    Drumbiggle Road, Co. Clare