School: Carnadough (B.), Newtowncashel

Location:
Cornadowagh, Co. Longford
Teacher:
P. Eustace

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0753, Page 334

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Eve. Before cups came into use, the people used noggins which were made of wood.

Sky:-
We can judje by the sky the different kinds of weather we are going to have?
It is said that when the sky is reddish it is a sign of wind. We usually see this sky in March. When the sky is greyish with spots of blue here and there it is a sign of good weather and the farmers like to see this sky in Summer, The say the weather is taking up. After a spell of good weather when it is very close and black it a sign of thunderstorms?
Sun:- When the sun rises very red in Winter it is a sign of frost. When the sun goes down red it is a sign of good

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Collector
Padraig Ó Seaghdha
Gender
male
Age
11
Address
Cloonmee, Co. Longford
Language
English