School: Cuan an Bhainigh (Bannow)

Carrick, Co. Wexford
Tomás Breatnach
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0876, Page 071

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  3. XML “The Quay of Bannow”
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    four lofts on the store and forty windows.
    The ruins are still to be seen. The building has no roof and all the timber work of the floors and doors and windows has rotted away.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
  2. Once upon a time there was a man and he was coming the Green Road over across a field, he saw a priest. He was not going to say anything but when he came nearer to him he said good-night. Then the priest said to him.
    "The night is made for me to roam and you to rest.
    Ever since the man met the priest he did not come out as late any other night.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. agents (~1)
      1. supernatural and legendary beings (~14,864)
    Mary Ann Davy
    Haggard, Co. Wexford