School: Shrule (roll number 7795/7796)

Location:
Shrule, Co. Galway
Teacher:
name not given

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0038C, Page 07_036

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if Seán boy was at home and when the ennvoy was in Castle Hackett he found him asleep. Then they got the race.

1. When a coal falls off the fire it is a sign that somebody is coming into the house.
2. When you see two hens fighting it is a sign that a stranger is coming.
3. When you see a wisp caught on a hens tail it is a sign that there is

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Collector
Paul Bohan
Gender
male
Language
English