The Schools’ Collection

This is a collection of folklore compiled by schoolchildren in Ireland in the 1930s. More information

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  1. The Cure of the Mote

    CBÉS 0202

    Alice Dolan, John Kilkenny

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  2. The Cure of the Mote

    CBÉS 0202

    Mary Brigid Clinton, Mrs Annie Keavney

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  3. A Cure for a Mote in the Eye

    CBÉS 0202

    Bernard Kelly

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  4. A Cure for a Mote in the Eye

    CBÉS 0211

    James Leddy

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  5. A Cure for a Mote in the Eye

    CBÉS 0211

    Pat Byrne

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  6. Cures - Sore Eyes

    CBÉS 0212

    Mai Doherty

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  7. Local Cures - Sore Eyes

    CBÉS 0229

    Louisa Lowry

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  8. Sore Eyes

    CBÉS 0238

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  9. The Eye Well

    CBÉS 0244

    M. Lavin

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    The March snow water is kept as a cure for sore eyes.

    CBÉS 0260

    Annie Marnell

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    If a person had sore eyes it is very good to bless them with your spit every morning before breakfast.

    CBÉS 0276

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  12. The Sore Eye Well

    CBÉS 0314

    Michael Walsh, Mr Stephen Griffin

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  13. Leigheas an Dúradáin

    CBÉS 0329

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  14. Dá mBeadh Dúradán id Shúil

    CBÉS 0337

    Diarmuid Ó Céilleachair

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  15. Cures for Certain Diseases - Sore Eyes

    CBÉS 0350

    Mrs John P. Browne

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  16. (no title)

    Black-tea if rubbed to sore eyes, would cure them.

    CBÉS 0405

    Eileen Shine, John C. Shine

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  17. The Well of the Eyes

    CBÉS 0417C

    Micheal Gaynor, Tomas Gaynor

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  18. The Well of the Eyes

    CBÉS 0417C

    John Higgins, Nicholas Higgins

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  19. The Well of the Eyes

    CBÉS 0417C

    Pat Godley, Richard Godley

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  20. The Well of the Eyes

    CBÉS 0417C

    John Corridon, Joseph Lucid

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