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An Caisleán Nua, Co. Luimnigh
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Pr. Ó Fionnmhacháin

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Feast Days

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There are many important stories about feast days of the year. Namely: Shrove Tuesday, Saint John's night and Novembers night.

Shrove Tuesday is the last day for marriage. Long ago boys went around the town with a rope and if they caught any young person out after dusk they would tie them up with the large rope and take them to a place where they would not come out of. They had a noted placed in this district for to take the prisoners. A disused kiln, which is situated at Churchstown. The kiln is about sixteen feet deep. The kiln is about two miles from the town. They would

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