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- XML School: Bailieboro (Model)
- XML Page 101
- XML “The Care of the Farm Animals”
- XML “Fields”
- XML “Lakes”
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- (continued from previous page)The hens took snuff to make then tough,
And the ducks shouted what was the matter.
If sheep and goats stay in mountains or in fields far away from the house is a sign of good weather and if they come home it is the sign of a storm. If a person meets a herd of sheep when going on a journey it will bring luck.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- The "Folly Field". The "Cawshe Field". Tully -S plink". The Burm". The "Crochan and The "Graveagh".
All these fields are in the townlands of Pottle and Lisball.
The Parish of Bailieboro', and the County of Cavan.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- Miltown Lake in the parish and in the County of Cavan.
Corfehone Lake in the Parish of Laragh, and the County of Cavan.
Cornaveagh Lake, in the parish of Knockbride and the County of Cavan.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.