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FAILL a' GLÓIR(The cliff of the echo) It is so called because there is an echo in the rocks. There is a subterranean passage through the rocks, but its opening is now closed up with briars and brambles.
CORRACH LIATHIs the name of the bog about fifty yards from this school. It was so called because many years ago there was flax growing in the same place.
LISSACAHA(The fort of the battle) It is a town-land about two and a half miles from here. It was the scene of a battle in the olden times between the Irish and the Danes.
POLL-MUSLAÍIs a small deep strand very near us, it is always filled with mussels hence its name.
SGÍN (?) a' LEANBH is a field belonging to James Johnson. The old people say that children used be buried there long ago.
CÚAS - GORMis so called because the water looks blue at all times. It is a little inlet of the sea.
OILEÁN GABHAIRis an island opposite the Altar Church. In the olden times poor people used(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.