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- Weavers from North came to live in Glenedagh and Mullaghafarry. Jacksons, and Shannons were some of them. There was a Free Mason Lodge in the Glen. Miss Pringle had a Protestant School for soupers in the Glen opposite the high rock there. There were one hundred children kept there. When they grew up they practised the Roman Catholic Religion. The narrator saw a steel reed for weaving in Morris's in Glenedagh.
Cane reeds used to be made by james |||||Hearns, a reed maker, in Ballina. He used to get 30/- for one. It resembles a comb with a second back facing the first (drawing)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.