School: Áth an Lín (B.), Baile an Gharrdha (roll number 9632)

Áith Liní, Co. Luimnigh
Michael de Búrca
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0489, Page 216

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  1. The Lore of Certain Days.
    1. It is an old custom of the people never to redden a grave on a Monday.
    2. Dressmakers will never cut a pattern on a Monday.
    3. it is said to be unlucky to throw out ashes on a Monday.
    4. Farmers never set seeds on a Monday as it is counted unlucky.
    5. Shoemakers will never start a new shoe on a Monday.
    6. A farmer or tradesman will never start work on Monday.
    7. Tuesday is supposed to be the luckiest day for removing in this district.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    1. ócáidí
      1. ócáidí (de réir trátha bliana) (~11,476)