School: Lisselton (C.) (roll number 10536)

Location:
Lios Eiltín, Co. Chiarraí
Teacher:
Máire, Bean Uí Bheoláin
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0401, Page 193

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    two of them got up. When they came into the kitchen they saw their white candle and two more blue ones growing out of each of it. They never touched it because they were too much afraid. They went to bed no more, but they watched the priest going to first mass in the morning. When he was coming near they put up their hands and stopped him. The priest was frightened because he did not know what was wrong. They told him what had happened and he went in. He said nothing but took away the three candles.
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    A woman was taking turkeys to the market one day and she knew no English.

    A woman was taking turkeys to the market one day and she knew no English. She asked one of the neighbours to tell her what to say, and so she did. She said "When you will go into the market the first person that will come to you say turkeys sir and whatever he will say, you answer and say
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    Language
    English
    Collector
    Chrissie Boland
    Gender
    Female
    Address
    Fearann an Stacaigh, Co. Chiarraí
    Informant
    Jack Boland
    Gender
    Male
    Address
    Fearann an Stacaigh, Co. Chiarraí