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- (continued from previous page)turann is mó.
29) (30) Ní fhacha mé gárdha ná madhadh an áit a raibh siad ag teastháil ariamh
30) (31) Bíonn na lochoíge ag imirt núair a bíonn an cath in-a codhladh
31) (32) Déanann cácha cam bolgh díreach32) (33) Baísteann an sagart a pháisde fhéin idtosach33) (34) Bhíonn do bolgh in-do lamh igchómhnuidhe
34) (35) Stop do clabh nó cuirfhidh mé mo bróg isteach ann
35) (36) Inis dom do compánach agus d-innseóchaidh mé cé tú fhéin
36) (37) Muna a shábaílteann tú an pighinn ní beidh an punt agath
37) (38) Bíonn an pighinn ag dóigheadh in-do pócha go gcaitheann tú é
38) (39) Droidh súas lorg a dóithe (?)
(Fúair mé na sean fhoicala seó ó:- Bean í Reachtagáín, Cill na Leach, Baile Liam)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.
- There was once a man from Kilmore and he saw a horse near the loc. So he took the horse and was working him for two years. One day he was ploughing with the horse and he went to the loc to give the horse a drink and he looked into the loc. Then the man wondered and he looked into the loc. He saw alot of horses and men rideing on them. Then the horse jumped into the loc. In a few days after the horse was seen and the man rideing on him running around the loc.
2. The place name of Lisrivesh (Lisrivis). There is a forth and a river around it. The place name of Windyhill. The time Cromwell was in(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.