School: Cora Finne (C.) (roll number 12908)

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Cora Finne, Co. an Chláir
Teacher:
(ní thugtar ainm)
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  1. There is a well over in Kilvoydane, and it is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. It is a cure for warts. Rounds are done on Mondays and Thursdays and then the warts are washed in the water.
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  2. There is a well in Rath and a Protestant man lived near it. When he heard it was a Blessed well and the water would not boil. He got a bottle of it and put it down to boil but if it was down yet it would not boil. The old man when he saw that he turned Catholic and ever after believed in the blessed well.
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