School: Corr an Droma

Corrandrum, Co. Galway
Breandán Ó Míodhcháin
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0024, Page 0405

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    day's wages then" said Tom. He struck the blacksmith a blow on the shoulder and put him over a cock of hay. " That's one half of my wages paid" said Tom. "Shall I take the other half" " Don't strike me again", said the smith. I'll give you anything you ask if you leave me alone" said the smith. "All right", said Tom Thumb. "Give me my fathers farm and a purse of gold." Tom got the gold and build a big house for his father and mother. They lived comfortably again as long as they lived.
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