Scoil: Cnoc an Doire (B.) (uimhir rolla 2418)

Knockaderry, Co. Chiarraí
Domhnall Ó Seaghdha

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Ar an leathanach seo

(ar lean ón leathanach roimhe)

a while somebody drew out the briar, and the following day it was drawn on a stone that was close by. It is called the truelovers' knot.

2. There was a man there long ago named Diarmuideen. He was supposed to be with the good people. At time he used to disappear altogether. One night there was a wedding. The good people meant to carry off the girl if she would sneeze three times without anyone saying "God Bless us". The good people would have her then. They were up on the rafters watching. She sneezed twice. No one said "God bless us". She sneezed the third time. "Wisha, God Bless us", said Diarmuideen "as no other one would say it for you", and he fell down on the floor and Diarmuideen no longer belonged to the good people.

Thomas Sullivan
Dromore, Co. Chiarraí
John Sullivan
Dromore, Co. Chiarraí

3. Two old women lived long ago and one of them said "the help of God is nearer than the door" The other one said that it was not and she got up to walk to the door and before she got there she fell and broke her leg.