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It is considered unlucky in this district to begin ploughing on a Monday or to change from one house to another on Monday or Wednesday.
The markets were held in the same place as they are today that is in the towns and villages.
The market days in Tipperary are Thursday and Saturday and the market day in Cahir is Friday.
The names of the pedlars who visited this district were Jack the Pedlar, Neddy Franklin and Martin Lambert. Those pedlars don't come to the district now.
Local names are sometimes given to coins. A shilling is called a "bob", sixpence a "tanner", the crown a "horseman", a pound a(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.