A bronze sword - found by Amy O' Leary, Carrigamine Macroom in 1934.


Story collected by a student at Maghcromtha (B.) school (Macroom, Co. Cork) (no informant identified).

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A certain hermit looked out the door of his hut one night.


Story collected by Thomas Falvey, a student at Cill Chaoi school (Kilkee, Co. Clare) from informant Jack Lynch.

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A Chaora Bheag Dhílis


Story collected by Máire B. Ní Chailleóige, a student at Edenfinfreagh school (Edenfinfreagh, Co. Donegal) from informant Máire Ní Chailleóige.

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A cure for warts is to get a snail and rub the juice of the snail to the wart...


Story collected by James Dwyer, a student at Ceapach na bhFaoiteach (B.) Toem school (Cappagh White, Co. Tipperary) from informant John Dwyer.

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A Famous Scornach Athlete - Skilange the Runner


Story collected by a student at Ovens (C.) school (Ovens, Co. Cork) from informant Michael Hegarty.

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A Holy Well


Story collected by a student at Árd Ailinne (Mount Allen) school (Mountallen, Co. Roscommon) from informant Mrs Ellen Fleming.

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A Local Outlaw - Domhnall Ó Cásga O Keeffe


Story collected by Tim Murphy, a student at Faill Ó Thuiadh (B.) Foilogohig, Baile Deasún school (Foilogohig, Co. Cork) from informant Mr Cornelius Murphy.

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A man from Cnoicín a Ghulláin was playing cards in his neighbour's house one night.


Story collected by Denis D. Buckley, a student at Cnoc na Groighe (B.), Ráth Mhór school (Knocknagree, Co. Cork) from informant David Murphy.

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A man named Deely was coming home from one night.


Story collected by Edward Kenny, a student at Liathdruim school (Leitrim Beg, Co. Galway) from informant Edward Kenny.

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A man who lived in Goland was going round his fields in which he had corn growing.


Story collected by Annie Grant, a student at Sessiagh Uí Néill school (Sessiagh (O'Neill), Co. Donegal) from informant Tom Holland.

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A neighbour of a man called Mr Reid bought a horse...


Story collected by a student at Tullyallen, Drogheda school (Tullyallen, Co. Louth) (no informant identified).

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A pensioner named Mr. O' Sullivan lived above Con Shea's; he got blind in war and had an army Pension.


Story collected by a student at Tigh Molaga (C.) school (Timoleague, Co. Cork) (no informant identified).

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A Prayer


Story collected by Mairead Griffin, a student at Eatharlach (Aherlow) school (Aherlow, Co. Tipperary) from 2 informants.

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A Story


Story collected by Mary Killeen, a student at Scropul, Mullach school (Drummin, Co. Clare) from informant Patrick Downes.

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A wet and a windy May...


Story collected by Eibhlín Ní Liathán, a student at Scoil na mBráthar, Calainn school (Callan, Co. Kilkenny) (no informant identified).

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A woman named Mrs. Donovan of Knocknapogue near Ballinadee was coming home from Bandon very late one night, about fifty years ago...


Story collected by a student at Béal Átha Fhinghín (B.) school (Ballineen, Co. Cork) from informant Mrs Coffey.

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Abairtí i dtaobh na hAimsire


Story collected by a student at Seana-Caiseal school (Shanacashel, Co. Kerry) (no informant identified).

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Abfhad sara deineadh bóthar Chealla bhí abha ag rith annsúd.


Story collected by a student at An Clochar, Cathair Saidhbhín school (Cahersiveen, Co. Kerry) (no informant identified).

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An Abha go nGlaonn siad Laoi


Story collected by a student at Baile Mhúirne (C.) school (Ballyvourney, Co. Cork) (no informant identified).

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About a mile north of Clane there is a place called Maingham. This was the burial place of Danish Kings.


Story collected by William Graham, a student at Prosperous (B.), Naas school (Prosperous, Co. Kildare) from informant Patrick Curry.

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About eighty or ninety years ago faction fights used to be carried on at the fairs of Townrahowen and Newtown.


Story collected by James A. P. Gilvarry, a student at Baile Mhic Citheóla school (Ballymackeehola, Co. Mayo) from informant Miss S. Browne.

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About seventy years ago there lived a girl over near Moyvane.


Story collected by Thomas Costello, a student at Cluain Meacan school (Cloonmackon, Co. Kerry) from informant Mrs Costello.

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