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The Main Manuscript Collection, Volume 0221, Page 0436

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    There was a man wan time in the vicinity of Kilmore...

    There was a man wan time in the vicinity of Kilmore and whenever he would go into a house he would always look in the pot on the fire. If there was a lid on the pot he would take it off and look down in the pot. When he would go in to a strange house the people of the house would ask him why he done that. All he would say is that he had power to do so, and had his own reasons for doing-it.
    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
    Date
    15 August 1936
    Item type
    Lore
    Language
    English
    Writing mode
    Handwritten
    Writing script
    Roman script
    Informant
  2. (no title)

    There was a kind of a fool...

    There was a kind of a fool of a fellow going around wan time and there was a new priest to the parish. This priest would be very angry with anyone who wouldn't salute him when they would meet him on the road. This fool of a fella Tom Doyle was his name was told by his
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    Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.