cursing St Ciaran, he fell dead. You see it is a bad thing to refuse a poor person a morsel of food.
Scag na scéalta
Ar an leathanach seo
Thomas Claffey who was born in (1853) told me the following story.
I was born and reared in Corrigeen two miles from Shannon Bridge, and when I was seven years of age I went to school in a barn at Clonmacnois belonging to a man named Peter Connor. The teacher Mr Page walked to Conmacnois every moring from Clonfanlough and walked back every evening. He taught in his school, reading spelling and arithmetic on slates.
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