School: Adamstown (roll number 3755)

Adamstown, Co. Wexford
D. Curtis

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0900, Page 051

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sold, and the rest of them are kept for sheep.
The sheep is the hardiest of all animals, because she is able to be out in the fields winter and summer.

When the summer comes the wool is taken off her back, and it is sold for a good price.
The sheep are called by " Jin, Jin, Jin."

Pigs are kept to fatten.
The house in which they are kept is called a pig-sty.
This house is cleaned out every week.
They are fed on potatoes, cabbage
turnips, and meal.

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