The Curse of Kishogue

(From: Legends and Stories of Ireland, London 1831, S.205–216)
  • Samuel Lover


You see there was wanst a mighty dacent boy, called Kishogue — and not a complater chap was in the siven parishes nor himself — and for dhrinkin’// (206) or coortin’ (and by the same token he was a darlint among the girls, he was so bowld), or cudgellin’, or runnin’, or wrastlin’, or the like o’ that, none could come near him; and at patthern, or fair, or the dance, or the wake, Kishogue was the flower o’ the flock.


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