School: Cill na Móna (C.) (roll number 13626)

Kilnamona, Co. Clare
Síle Céitinn
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0610, Page 298

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    Two men from the parish of Kilnamona went on their holidays one time...

    Two men from the parish of Kilnamona went on their holidays one time ,they both slept in the same room .When one of them was getting up in the morning he put on the other man's trousers.The other man had a trousers the same as the one he had and he thought he had his own trousers on him.When he was dressed he went for a walk before breakfast .he met a lot of beggars looking for alms ,he told them several times that he hadnt a penny ,he put his hand in his pocket and to his surprise found money in it and he gave some of it to the beggars .When he came back he told the other man about the miracle that was worked and the other man said "Wisha" there would not be any miracle at all if you had put on your own trousers.
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