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Ar an leathanach seo
- The following is a rhyme made in Land League and Moonlighter days in Castleisland and surrounding district.
A is the army that covered the ground.
B is the buck shot we are getting all round
C is the coward of cruellest fame
D is Davitt that glorious name
E is the English who robbed us of bread
F is the famine they left us instead
G is Gladstone whose life is a lie
H is the harvest we hold till we die
I is the inspector who when drunk is very bold
J is the jarvey who would not drive him for gold
K is Kilmainham where our true men abide
L is the Land League our hope and our pride
M is the magistrate who makes black white
N is the "no rent" that makes wrong right
O is Old Ireland once yet she shall be free
P is the peeler who sold us for greed
Q is the queen whose use is not known
R is the rifle that keeps up her throne
S is the sheriff who sticks to his trade
T is the toil that others may gain
U is the Union where poor men swarm(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.