School: Dangan (C.) (roll number 7499)

An Daingean, Co. na Mí
Maighréad Ní Fhógartaigh
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0692, Page 183

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0692, Page 183

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    they did not. They were passed home again and he was standing under a tree with a white dog. The three men went into their homes and the fellow who saw the man fainted and he never went out that road any more in the night.
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  2. Once upon a time there lived a very wealthy family in Brem Hall in Isaacstown, they had a house and enermous sheds which consisted of more horse sheds nor any other kind. These people employed a groom to look after their horses. One morning the gentleman of the house came to the groom and said make ready for my horse for there is to be a hunt today and the meet is to be in Rathmolyon and I shall be acompened by the devil while hunting. Now his horse been ready he set off, just as he went out on the avenue he saw a man with a magnificent white horse. When he came up to him he soluted him
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    1. gníomhairí (~1)
      1. neacha neamhshaolta agus osnádúrtha (~14,864)
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