School: Ughtyneill (roll number 12897)

Ughtyneill, Co. na Mí
Maighréad, Bean Uí Chinnéide
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0705, Page 166

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0705, Page 166

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  1. Jaundice
    There are two men in the locality who have the cure of the Jaundice viz Thomas Pringle, Tierworker, Baileborough, Cavan, and Dan Dunne, Marlstown, Kilbeg. Co. Meath. The former has a charm which he tells to no one. The latter makes medicine which he gives to the person to drink in small quantities. This medicine consists of Foxes tongue, the three sisters, some herbs and a pint of Porter.
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