School: Oileán Faoide

Location:
Whiddy Island, Co. Cork
Teacher:
Conchobhar Ó Ruairc
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  1. One day a man went cutting furze in another man's field. The owner of the
    field was dead.
    When the man had his beart of furze filled, The owner of the field appeared, the other man let down his furze and ran.
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  2. One day a boy stole a pencil at school, and when he went home his mother praised him, for having stole the pencil. A few days later he stole a book and again his mother praised him.
    When he left school he had to go working. Where he was working he stole money and it was found out by the guards that he had stole the money. So he was tried in Court, and sentenced to be hanged. When
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