Scoil: Paddock, Mountrath (uimhir rolla 13173)

An Paideac, Co. Laoise
A. Ó Dubhlainn

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The local landlord belonged to the Coote family. The last of those were Sir Algernon and his son Sir Ralph (who is still alive) They are supposed to be deceased from the famous Charles Coote of Cromwell fame. Some of these were bad and some good. After the famine evictions were carried out and the people had to go to America. Their houses and small plots have disappeared entirely,they are now portions of large fields.


A bird in the hand is worth two in a bush.
Self praise is no praise.
Praise the fool as you find him.
A light heart lives long.
When wine is in or wine is out.
For both there isn't room.
Keep whisky out another year snout.
Will keep its natural bloom.
Charity begins at home.
What comes by nature costs no money.
Constant dripping wears a stone.
Catch the ball in the hop.
One man's medicine is another man's poison.
The fetcher goes a long time to the well, till it is broken at last.

(leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)