School: An t-Éadan Mór

Edenmore, Co. Monaghan
S. Mac Philib

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0960, Page 188

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25. The wind blowing from the North.
26. A good draught.
27. Sea-gulls coming from the sea.
28. Rain before seven fair before eleven.
29 The sky a blue colour without many white clouds.
30. A red sunrise.

1. Stars twinkling sharply is a sign of frost.
2. When blackbirds come and eat the meat given to the hens.
3. A bright night with very little wind.
4. When the wrens go into the thatch for the night.
5. A red sky in the Winter time.
6. A red sunrise in Winter.
7. The cat sitting with her back to the fire.
8. A blue flame in the fire.
9. A ring round the moon.
10. When stars fall.
11. Red clouds in the sky.
12. Tame ducks flying.

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