School: Bawnboy

Bawnboy, Co. Cavan
T. Ó Grady

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0963, Page 161

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in. Connor and Fergus consulted and agreed to take them if they swore allegiance to their leader Fergus and his wife Luvena. Now '' There is freedom in the wood and no more spilling of blood.
The murdering tyrant fell and the new folks are doing well. ''

Once there lived a king and queen named Garret and Nora. They had three sons named Roddy, Richie and Ronald. Roddy was a great sportsman and could ride his horse and shoot with his bow and arrow and his horse at full gallop and hardly ever miss his mark.
Richie tended his fathers flocks and herds and cured all diseases by his knowledge of herbs and that was his hobby. Ronald was the

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