Scoil: Rochfortbridge (Convent of Mercy) (uimhir rolla 14603)

Droichead Chaisleán Loiste, Co. na hIarmhí
Sr. M. Aquin
Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0730, Leathanach 598

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Bailiúchán na Scol, Imleabhar 0730, Leathanach 598

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  1. XML Scoil: Rochfortbridge (Convent of Mercy)
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  1. Josie Alford Collected the following.
    Question. In a garden was laid a beautiful maid, that ever was seen of a morning. She was made a bride, the first day of her life, and died before she was born.
    Answer. Eve.
    Question. Why is a shoemaker so much like a man going to die.
    Answer. Because he leaves down all thinks of his end, and prepares his sole for the last.
    Question. What man in Parliment wears the largest hat.
    Answer. The man with the largest head.
    Question. Jenny white petticoat with a red nose the longer she lives the shorter it grows.
    Answer. A candle.
    Question. What has a nose and cannot smell.
    Answer. A Plough
    Question. What has eyes and cant see.
    Answer. A potato.
    Question.What is always behind time.
    Answer. Th back of a clock or watch.
    (leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
    Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.
    1. seánra
      1. ealaín bhéil (~1,483)
        1. tomhaiseanna (~7,209)
    Josie Alford
  2. Mary Fagan collected the following in the district.
    Question. There was a shoemaker who made shoes without leather, and all his utensils mixed up together, he needed fire, water, earth and an and everyone got two pair.
    Answer. A set of house shoes.
    Question. Patches and patches without any stitches riddle me that and I'll give you a £1.
    Answer. A head of cabbage.
    Question. Headed like a thimble, tail like a cat, you may guess for ever but you cant guess that.
    Answer. A thimble.
    Question. What's full and holds more.
    Answer. A pot full of (water) potatoes when you pour in water.
    Question. One half dead and the other half alive and a tail wagging.
    Answer. A dog with its
    (leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
    Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.
  3. Phyllis O' Hara collected the following
    Question. A certain woman was never born yet was made a wife the first day of her life.
    Answer. Eve
    Question. Said the child to its father
    how does it come, that you are my father and I am not your son?
    Answer. the child was his daughter.
    Question. As round as an apple as flat as a pan, on one side a woman on the other a man?
    Answer. A penny.
    Question. As I was going to St. Ives
    I met a man with seven wives
    Each wife had seven sacks
    Each sack had seven cats
    Each cat had seven kits
    Kits, cats, sacks and wives
    How many were going to St. Ives?
    Answer. One
    Question. Round the house and round the house but never touches the house?
    Answer. A lazy woman.
    Question. What walks with it's head downwards?
    Answer. A nail in a persons boot.
    Question. Why does a cow look over a hill?
    Answer. Because he cant look under it.
    Question. What part of a cow goes through a gap first.
    Answer. His breath.
    Question. What is the difference between a stationmaster and a school master.
    Answer. One trains minds and the other (trains minds) minds trains.
    Question. What is black and white and red all over.
    Answer. A newspaper.
    Question. Why does a hen pick a pot.
    Answer. Because she cant lick it.
    Question. What can has an eye and cannot see.
    Answer. A needle.
    (leanann ar an chéad leathanach eile)
    Tras-scríofa ag duine dár meitheal tras-scríbhneoirí deonacha.