School: Bailieboro (Model)

Bailieborough, Co. Cavan
A. Ó Dubhda
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1011, Page 091

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 1011, Page 091

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  3. XML “My Home District”
  4. XML “Autobiography of a Horse”
  5. XML “Herbs”

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  1. I remember, when I was young, my master who was very kind to me, kept me in a beautiful field, in which I had a good view of many others ponies my master put other ponies into the field. We were about the same age, and later we had to go and work also.
    My master fed me on hay and oats, and [?]
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. activities
      1. medical practice
        1. folk medicine (~11,815)
  2. There are many harmful weeds to be seen growing about the district.
    Most of these weeds are harmful because they spread rapidly and because they impoverish the soil.
    Rushes or dockens growing in a field is a sign that the soil is poor.
    If mint is boiled and drink the water in which it is boiled it will cure a cold.
    There is a weed called blood weed and it
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    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.