Number of records in editorial history: 3
senior member (history)
2021-11-12 10:38
approved
rejected
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Daniel O'Connell was coming from Cork to his home in Cahirchiveen in his carriage. He met a boy driving a flock of geese.
Dan thought he would like a goose for the Christmas. He asked the boy if he would sell him the geese - The boy said "yes" and they agreed on a price & he paid him there & then - the boy to take him the geese the next day.
Next morning the boy got up & picked out the ganders which he kept for himself & drove the geese to Dan's home.
Dan was told the geese had arrived &he at once noticed that the flock was smaller than it was the day before. He counted them & then he was certain that they were not all in it. He asked the boy where were the rest of the flock - Did he not buy so may from him on the previous day -
"Oh no, Mister, you bought only
senior member (history)
2021-11-12 10:38
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
Daniel O'Connell was coming from Cork to his home in Cahirchiveen] in his carriage. He met a boy driving a flock of geese.
Dan thought he would like a goose for the Christmas. He asked the boy if he would sell him the geese - The boy said "yes" and they agreed on a price & he paid him there & then - the boy to take him the geese the next day.
Next morning the boy got up & picked out the ganders which he kept for himself & drove the geese to Dan's home.
Dan was told the geese had arrived &he at once noticed that the flock was smaller than it was the day before. He counted them & then he was certain that they were not all in it. He asked the boy where were the rest of the flock - Did he not buy so may from him on the previous day -
"Oh no, Mister, you bought only
senior member (history)
2021-03-19 12:57
approved
rejected
awaiting decision
Daniel O'Connell was coming from Cork to his home in Cahirchivean [?] in his carriage. He met a boy driving a flock of geese. Dan thought he would like a goose for the Christmas. He asked the boy if he would sell him the geese. The boy said "yes" and they agreed on a price and he paid him there and then - the boy to take him the geese the next day.
Next morning the boy got up and picked out ganders which he kept for himself and drove the geese to Dan's home. Dan was told the geese had arrived and he at once noticed that the flock was smaller than it was the day before. He counted them and then he was certain that they were not all in it. He asked the boy where were the rest of the flock. Did he not buy so may from him on the previous day. Oh no, Mister, you bought only