School: An Corr Dubh (roll number 14339)

Corduff, Co. Leitrim
Pádraig Mac Giolla'n Átha
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0227, Page 044

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    able to do the breadth of itself. When he had the road made as far as Aughavas the people asked him not to put the road across a well that was near and he put the road right across the well.
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  2. The names of the tailors who work in this district are as follows - Eugene Charles Legonomer. Patrick Charles Aughale. Michael Mc Kiernan Aughram, Mac Kiernan Carrigallen. Michael Monahan, Tooma. Gaffney Drumreilly. They are all first class tailors, no better in Leitrim. If you ask any of these tailors to send patterns to you they will do so; then you can select the cloth yourself. All of these tailors mentioned work in their homes.
    Cloth is not spun or woven locally at the present time. It is spun and woven in many excellent Mills through
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    Patrick O' Reilly
    Agharann, Co. Leitrim