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- There were no schools in olden times. The kind of schools in olden times they had were hedge schools. The teachers used to teach out under a hedge or in a barn, they teach the children one by one.
The children had no ink they used to write with slate pencils and slates. They were taught Arithmetic Euclid and algebra and I have heard that the lads in Ireland used to go school masters every night(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.